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Ronaldo interrupted by invaders

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 By Ben Jacobs
12 minutes ago

Leicester must take points off QPR with bigger tests looming

Leicester City boss Nigel Pearson still has plenty of belief in his squad, despite their poor form of late.

An away trip to Queens Park Rangers is arguably Leicester's biggest game of the season so far. If they lose to the Premier League's bottom side they could find themselves plummeting to the foot of the table.

City are winless since September's 5-3 victory over Manchester United and haven't scored in their last five games. Nigel Pearson should be given time, and yet he is partly to blame for the current goal and points draught. The Foxes boss just doesn't know his best XI and the constant tinkering...

58 minutes ago

Sunderland prepare for daunting tests with Chelsea and Manchester City

The ESPN FC crew discuss Jozy Altidore's situation at Sunderland and who should be considered the MLS MVP.

For Sunderland manager Gus Poyet, the goalless draw at Leicester was a third Premier League game without defeat -- not ideal but encouraging evidence that since crumbling to that 8-0 humiliation at Southampton and then losing 2-0 at home to an ordinary Arsenal, his team had become harder to play.

The fans made their own calculations, though. Visits to all three promoted sides had yielded no goals and just two points. And Tuesday's proceedings in the Champions League brought little comfort; Chelsea...

 By Chris Wright
about an hour ago

You'll never guess who Zlatan Ibrahimovic picks up front in Dream XI

Just as Hercules was handed his 12 mighty labours in days of yore, Paris St-Germain's in-house YouTube channel recently handed their very own mythical being, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, the task of selecting a Dream XI from the vast array of players he's ever played with.

TOE POKE: FOOTBALL FUNNIES

- Dream Team: Guess who Zlatan chooses in his XI
- Invasion! Ronaldo and co. interrupted by ramblers
- Today's homework: Play Football Manager
- Buy this for Christmas: Dion Dublin's album
- Top 5: Lionel Messi fails
- Beckham vs. Beckham: Which was better?
- Watch: Greatest nutmeg ever?

Perhaps unsurprising given the stellar list of employers he's racked up over the years, the Swedish goliath picks a formidable starting line-up including the likes of Gigi Buffon, Xavi, Pavel Nedved, Patrick Vieira and Lionel Messi --...

 By Chris Wright
about an hour ago

World's most oblivious pitch invaders disrupt Ronaldo and company

Plucky fans coming on to the pitch in a desperate bid to snag a selfie with their footballing idols is swiftly becoming a commonplace phenomenon, especially when star-studded teams like Real Madrid are concerned.

However, this pair of pitch-invading fans who disrupted Real's 1-0 victory over Basel on Wednesday evening were hardly what you'd call stereotypical, with the dynamic duo slowly sauntering into the middle of the game like they'd inadvertently rambled off a public footpath and on to a farmer's...

about an hour ago

Betting Blog: Red hot Wayne Rooney could bag a hat-trick for United

Manchester United will be hoping to continue their decent form with a home fixture against Hull City this weekend.

After a good week for English sides in the Champions League, attention turns back to the Premier League this weekend where Chelsea will be looking to either maintain or extend their six-point lead at the top. However, they are an incredibly short price at 2/5 to win at Sunderland so there is better value elsewhere.

Rooney to continue scoring streak

Manchester United still can't be trusted and their injury list is horrendous, but they are beginning to find some sort of form and their win at Arsenal...

3 hours ago

Diego Simeone and the Atletico Madrid train roll on in Champions League

Mario Mandzukic's hat-trick propels his Atletico side past Olympiakos to earn their way into the next round of Champions League.

MADRID, Spain -- If familiarity breeds contempt, then nobody told Atletico Madrid. The Estadio Vicente Calderon saw it all and then some last season, and it bounced and boiled again as their side tore apart Olympiakos to secure safe passage to the last 16 of the Champions League, the competition which they came within a heartbeat of winning last May in Lisbon.

While performances since the start of the season have shown the spirit instilled by Diego Simeone is alive and well in a considerably tweaked...