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Tottenham vs. Chelsea shows differing fortunes of Harry Kane, Diego Costa

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and Alexis Nunes debate who will finish higher this season - Tottenham or Chelsea?

They represented the odd couple in an imaginary team. When the PFA polled its members to determine who figured in their team of last season, two strikers secured the most votes: Harry Kane and Diego Costa. They can be portrayed as opposites in almost every respect, bringing the smile and the snarl respectively. It is just as well they are rivals when Tottenham host Chelsea on Sunday; it is hard to imagine two such diametrically different characters in harness.

They are also players whose fortunes...

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Gary Cahill's Chelsea future in doubt, Man United renew Hummels interest

Gary Cahill is facing a race against time to agree a new long-term contract at Chelsea.

The winter window draws closer with each passing day, and the transfer rumour mill is starting to pick up steam. As always, Transfer Talk has the latest and greatest. See all the summer deals here.

TOP STORY: Cahill's Chelsea future in doubt?

Gary Cahill's future at Chelsea could be in doubt, according to The Times and The Sun.

Cahill will celebrate his 30th birthday next month, and Chelsea have what The Sun calls a "strict over-30s rule" that means the England international effectively has...

 By Tom Marshall

Tigres stand tall in first leg of quarterfinals against Chiapas

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Andre-Pierre Gignac is airborne en route to scoring a spectacular goal for Tigres in Liguilla match against Chiapas.

It wasn't always convincing, but Tigres managed to overcome Chiapas 2-1 Wednesday in Estadio Universitario to grab the advantage ahead of Saturday's Apertura 2015 quarterfinal return leg.

Here are three takes from the match:

1. Gignac steals the headlines with golazo

France international Andre-Pierre Gignac is becoming to Tigres the opposite of what Ronaldinho was to Queretaro before he left last summer.

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Off the field, Gignac is maybe not garnering as much attention as the Brazilian did,...

 By Nayib Moran

Good fortune and solid defending carry Club America past Leon

Club America lead the league table of first division championships with 12 titles as they begin their quest for No. 13.

MEXICO CITY, Mexico -- Club America inaugurated the 2015 Apertura's Liguilla in style at the Estadio Azteca by defeating Leon 4-1.

For America, it was their fourth home win of the season, while head coach Ignacio "Nacho" Ambriz won his first ever postseason game as a manager thanks to Dario Benedetto, Paolo Goltz, Michael Arroyo and Paul Aguilar's goals. The lone goal for Leon was scored by Ignacio Gonzalez.

Here are three takeaways from the first leg of the two teams' Liga MX quarterfinal...

 By Rob Brooks

Sydney feel the need for speed; Melbourne City chase consistency

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts preview all the action ahead in Week 8 of the Australian A-League.

As focus returns to on-field matters after a fiery week off the pitch in Australia, ESPN FC examines the five things to keep an eye on in round eight of the A-League:

1. Fans must stand together to have voices heard

After some unsavoury comments were made in the Australian media regarding fan behaviour and Football Federation Australia's response to it, supporter groups have reportedly been organising boycotts and mid-game protests this week. That, it would seem, plays right into the hands of any...

Angel Di Maria shines for PSG in Zlatan Ibrahimovic's Malmo homecoming

Relive the most memorable moments from Wednesday's Champions League group stage matches.

Paris Saint-Germain are into the last 16 of the UEFA Champions League after thrashing Malmo FF 5-0 at Swedbank Stadion on Wednesday to secure their safe passage from Group A.

It was Zlatan Ibrahimovic's big night, as he returned to his hometown to face his formative club for the first time in competitive circumstances since he left Malmo in 2001. However, the Swede had to share the limelight as Angel Di Maria scored twice and both Adrien Rabiot and Lucas Moura also found the back of the net.