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 By John Duerden

China record historic win vs. South Korea; Australia might not qualify

Australia's late surge was not enough as a resilient Iraq held the Aussies to a 1-1 draw in Group B of AFC WCQ.

On a busy night of World Cup qualification in Asia, China made history by defeating South Korea for only the second time and in doing so blew Group A wide open.

Yu Dabao's first half header sent fans in Changsha and the country in general wild with delight and try as Korea might, they struggled to turn possession and pressure into chances in the absence of the suspended Son Heung-min as the match ended 1-0 in favour of the hosts.

Marcello Lippi has now done what no other coach of China has done:...

Squad withdrawals make Arena's selection choices more straightfoward

Alejandro Moreno says the USMNT have no option but to view their World Cup qualifier against Honduras as a must-win.
With Bobby Wood pulling out of the US squad, the FC panel agree it's in Bruce Arena's best interest to start Clint Dempsey.
Michael Bradley stresses the importance of starting off on a positive foot to put things right after poor results.

SAN JOSE, Calif. -- If there's any silver lining to having a shorthanded roster for Friday's critical World Cup qualifier against Honduras, it's that some of U.S. coach Bruce Arena's toughest decisions have become a whole lot easier.

For example, Tim Howard is a lock to start in goal after Brad Guzan withdrew from the squad to be with his wife and newborn daughter. Meanwhile, Premier League handyman Geoff Cameron is penciled in at right-back after three other candidates were ruled out either by...

 By Sid Lowe

Julen Lopetegui trusting his young stars as new Spain generation begins

Andres Iniesta describes why the Spain national team has such a strong bond despite their many club differences.
Lopetegui is leaning on players he knows and trusts from his days coaching Spain's junior sides to glory.

LAS ROZAS DE MADRID, Spain -- There were a lot of familiar faces at Las Rozas this week as the Spanish national team's headquarters welcomed back men who have spent an enormous amount of time there over the years. Not just Andres Iniesta or Sergio Ramos, either, but pretty much all of them. If some of the Spain squad that gathered a short distance north-west of Madrid are a little less recognisable to football fans around the world, everyone here knows them very well indeed, from the groundsmen...

 By Andy Mitten

For U.S.-bound Man United, preseason tours serve multiple purposes

Nemanja Vidic chats with Alexis Nunes about this summer's ICC matches, and why it's important for Man United's global reach.
Sir Alex Ferguson talks to Sebastian Salazar in the Heineken Boot Room about Man United, Major League Soccer and his illustrious career.
Paul Mariner compares and contrasts the styles of Sir Alex Ferguson and Jose Mourinho, highlighting their defensive differences.

Earlier this week, Manchester United announced a five-game, five-city preseason tour of the United States. From July 15-26, they will play in Los Angeles vs. LA Galaxy, Salt Lake City vs. Real Salt Lake, a yet-to-be-determined venue vs. Manchester City, Santa Clara vs. Real Madrid and Washington, D.C. vs. Barcelona.

For the club's many U.S.-based fans, it's another chance to see their heroes in the flesh. After not playing in the country at all between 1982 and 2003, this summer's visit will be...

 By Phil Lythell

Chelsea remain undeterred vs. wide-ranging strategies in Prem title chase

Chelsea's Gary Cahill says he's back to his best after an underwhelming campaign last year.

Over the course of Chelsea's past 27 matches in all competitions, in which they have been defeated just twice, there has been much debate on how to stop Antonio Conte's juggernaut. Many tactics have been put into practice to differing degrees of success without conclusive solutions being found.

The first theory was mirroring the Blues' formation and deploying a three-man defence in order to directly match up against them. Such thinking was blurred, given that almost every team that tried it was...

Why Luis Robles might have been happy to see MLS streak end vs. RSL

A comprehensive look back at all the action from Week 3 of the 2017 season, including Atlanta's show-stopping performance.

Luis Robles is set to start for the New York Red Bulls against Real Salt Lake on Saturday and continue his MLS-record "Iron Man" streak. Robles holds the record for consecutive games started, after surpassing Chris Klein's mark of 141 when he took the field against the Colorado Rapids on March 11.

But as he looks across the field at the RSL goal, he might reflect that this is actually the last place he wants to be.

Robles got a call into the United States national team camp in January, and with...