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 By Tom Marshall

Chivas Guadalajara look like Liga MX best in win vs. Monterrey

Carlos Salcedo celebrates after scoring in Chivas Guadalajara's 3-0 win vs. Liga MX.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico - If any mental cobwebs were still hanging around Chivas after the club's recent struggles, they were swept away in style on Sunday, with the Guadalajara team defeating Monterrey 3-0 in Estadio Omnlife in by far their best display of 2015.

Last Saturday's 2-1 comeback win over Cruz Azul had been marked down as a potential turning point for a team that entered the Clausura 2015 with avoiding relegation as the number one priority. Sunday's demolition of Monterrey was confirmation...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Raphael Varane wants Man United move; Mario Balotelli to MLS?

After PSG defender Marquinhos was linked with a move to Manchester United, manager Laurent Blanc has issued a hands-off warning to the Red Devils over the Brazilian.

All the latest and greatest rumours and tidbits on the transfer moves teams around the world will be making this summer.

United could lead race for Varane

The race is on for Real Madrid centre-back Raphael Varane, with the Express reporting that the young defender has set his sights on a summer switch to Manchester United.

Varane, 21, joined los Blancos from Lens in 2011 but has struggled to command a starting role in Carlo Ancelotti's side this season. The France international is apparently...

 By Paul Murphy

Common ground in cultures attracts Brazilians to Thai Premier League

Sergio Farias has led Suphanburi FC to the top of the Thai Premier League standings with Jakkaphan Pornsai proving to be the difference in their opening matches.

Samba style lit up the Thai Premier League (TPL) at the weekend as no fewer than nine goals were scored by Brazilian players.

The TPL has its share of South Koreans, Japanese and Australians. But it is players and coaches from the five-time World Cup winning nation who are making the biggest impact so far this season.

Brazil's former AFC Champions League winning coach, Sergio Farias -- now in charge at Suphanburi -- watched as his side beat Saraburi 3-1 away from home to go top of the league on...

 By John Culea

Fantasy follow-up: Week 27

Wayne Rooney, left, broke out of his recent slump with two goals vs. Sunderland.

An eight-game Premier League schedule featured six clean sheets and some eye-popping goals.

Outstanding performances

Wayne Rooney, Manchester United (9.1)

Rooney broke an eight-game scoring drought with a penalty goal against Sunderland and then added a second score.

Raheem Sterling, Liverpool (8.3)

The speedy midfielder assisted on both goals in the Reds' 2-1 victory over Manchester City. Sterling has a goal and the two assists in his last two games.

Mesut Ozil, Arsenal (7.9)

Since returning...

Stubborn Martinez not making best use of Everton's strengths

Everton manager Roberto Martinez praises his side for their efforts in their 2-nil defeat by Arsenal.

Winless on their last 20 trips to Arsenal, this sequence of misery never looked like ending for Everton during Sunday's 2-0 defeat at the Emirates.

Two poor, entirely avoidable goals extend this alarming league form to one win in the last 11 league games. Just six points separate the Toffees and the dreaded relegation zone.

As it is has been throughout the season, there is a sense many of Everton's problems are self-inflicted. Yet another goal conceded from a set piece underlined this area of...

Casillas keeps Real from suffering Villarreal surprise at the Bernabeu

ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth breaks down Real Madrid's 1-1 draw with Villarreal.

Real Madrid's lead at the top of La Liga has been cut to two points after Carlo Ancelotti's men were forced to accept their first league draw of the season, 1-1, against a much-changed but equally-impressive Villarreal side at the Santiago Bernabeu on Sunday night.

Gerardo Moreno's second-half leveller secured the Yellow Submarine a point and ensured Madrid were no longer than only side in La Liga without a draw to their name. Cristiano Ronaldo had fired the hosts ahead in the 52nd minute from...