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Daniel Sturridge scores a brace as Liverpool edge Tottenham in EFL Cup

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Daniel Sturridge struck twice in Liverpool's 2-1 victory over Tottenham in the EFL Cup on Tuesday.

LIVERPOOL, England -- Three points from Liverpool's 2-1 win over Tottenham in the EFL Cup.

1. Sturridge stars to knock out Spurs

His Premier League goal drought spans six months and 615 minutes of top-flight football, but Daniel Sturridge remains prolific in the EFL Cup, especially against weakened opposition. His tally for Liverpool now stands at eight goals in six appearances in this competition after he struck in either half against Tottenham, deciding the meeting of its last two beaten finalists....

Depleted Dortmund's depth to be tested once again vs. Union Berlin

Dortmund fought back to earn a point against Ingolstadt, but Thomas Tuchel says his side are lucky it wasn't worse.
Thomas Tuchel has confirmed that Borussia Dortmund forward Marco Reus has returned to training following his groin injury.
Christian Pulisic's goal in stoppage time salvaged a point for Dortmund against a persistent Ingolstadt side.

Wednesday night Borussia Dortmund host 2. Bundesliga side Union Berlin in the second round of the DFB Pokal. Although the German cup is the most realistic chance for the Black and Yellows to win a trophy this season, the focus going into the match will be somewhat diverted to Saturday's big Revierderby against Schalke.  

On paper, a home match against any side from Germany's second division should be a routine win. However, the most recent 3-3 draw against Ingolstadt gave proof that routine...

 By Michael Cox

Why do stars like Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo take the penalties?

Lionel Messi converted a crucial penalty at the weekend but hasn't had the best spot-kick record.

On Saturday afternoon, Lionel Messi buried a 94th-minute penalty past Valencia goalkeeper Diego Alves at the Mestalla. It was a hugely significant goal that meant Barcelona travelled back up the coast with three points after a 3-2 victory. In a wider context, though, it might have a significant impact upon Messi's overall goalscoring record at the end of his career.

For all Messi's superhuman talents -- and there's an argument that the Argentine is, or has been, the world's best dribbler, creator...

Gerard Pique in the form of his career, merits a Ballon d'Or nomination

A look at some of the players who could challenge Messi and Ronaldo for the 2016 Ballon d'Or.

With what has since turned out to be exquisite timing, Gerard Pique announced earlier this month that he is rated higher when he keeps quiet. He made those comments after what, by his standards, had been a silent few months. Since then, though, he's done plenty of talking.

The Barcelona centre-back was the centre of the Spanish media's attention just days later when he was wrongly accused of cutting the country's colours off the national team shirt. He had to talk after that. And when he did, he...

Qatar-owned La Cultural's Real Madrid clash could lead to better things

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno assesses how Cristiano Ronaldo can turn around his slowest ever La Liga start.

A staple of each Spanish season is when a small lower division club "wins the lottery" and draws one of the La Liga giants in the Copa del Rey.

This year the TV cameras were at the ground of Segunda B side La Cultural y Deportiva Leonesa to capture the screams and cheers as the part-timers learned they would face Real Madrid in the round of 32.

Madrid's opponents this year are no ordinary minnows however, even though their 93 years of history includes just one season in the Primera Division. La...

 By Tim Vickery

Brazil legend and 1970 World Cup hero Carlos Alberto has died at 72

Steve Nicol and Stewart Robson reflect back on the memorable career of the late Carlos Alberto.

The man who scored the perfect goal has died.

Carlos Alberto Torres, captain of Brazil's 1970 World Cup winning team, passed away in his native Rio de Janeiro on Tuesday at the age of 72. And if Saint Peter is a football fan, then Carlos Alberto will not have the slightest problem getting through the pearly gates. Because in magnificent style he rounded off one of the game's most iconic, most joyful moments.

Encapsulated in a few seconds towards the end of the 1970 World Cup final are all the elements...