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Barcelona have no excuses if they miss Copa del Rey finals

Barcelona manager Luis Enrique says his side will play to win their Copa del Rey semi-final second leg against Villarreal, despite holding a 3-1 lead.

Despite Villarreal having traditionally been a tough nut for Barcelona to crack, Luis Enrique has in fact led his team to three victories in as many matches against them this season. Sure, past results count for very little in modern football, but having won both league matches will surely give the Blaugranas a slight mental edge which could prove crucial in decisive moments.

Fortunately, Barca are back on track, having recovered some of the momentum they lost when they were shockingly defeated by...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Lionel Messi voted ESPN FC Player of the Month for February

The ESPN FC crew believe Lionel Messi is the front-runner for February's Player of the Month, but question the omission of in-form Wolfsburg striker, Bas Dost.

Europe's top performers for February were whittled down to a three-man shortlist in consultation with WhoScored.com and ESPN FC's writers.

Lionel Messi, Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery were those in contention, despite the vociferous protestations from Craig Burley that Bas Dost should've been included for the February award. And, for the second time this season, Barcelona's No. 10 has been named ESPN FC's Player of the Month.

Messi's second victory comes just as his first did: in a landslide. The...

Marcos Rojo celebrates Estudiantes goal wildly in Barcelona shirt

After enduring a tricky start to his Manchester United career, perhaps it is fair that Marcos Rojo celebrated so boisterously as he watched his first professional club, Estudiantes, beat fierce rivals Gimnasia. Quite why he did so while flaunting an FC Barcelona vest is another question ...

The Argentina defender clearly had some pent-up frustration to relieve as he celebrated Ezequiel Cerutti's late penalty in a 3-1 victory for Estudiantes on Sunday. But is his heart really set on a move to Camp...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

ESPN FC Player of the Month -- Messi, Robben or Ribery?

The ESPN FC crew compare Arjen Robben's remarkable season to the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.

Diego Costa, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi. These were the only three to win the ESPN FC Player of the Month award prior to the month of January, when our poll was overrun by Newcastle supporters and Remy Cabella's name was added to the list. Newcastle's French attacker won't have the chance to repeat, but Messi does have the opportunity to keep the list of recipients a short one.

Europe's top performers in February have been whittled to a three-man short list in consultation with WhoScored.com...

Ancelotti defends Isco in Madrid draw with Villarreal; Barca back in business

ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti breaks down Real Madrid's draw to Villarreal, and what that means for the La Liga title race.

Five thoughts gleaned from La Liga's weekend fixtures, as Real Madrid were held by Villarreal at the Bernabeu, while Barcelona continued to bounce back with a win over Granada, and Atletico were held by European-chasing Sevilla.

1. Isco not an untouchable galactico just yet

Real Madrid remain La Liga leaders after their 1-1 draw at home to Villarreal on Sunday night, but the game again showed how Isco has a ways to go before being confirmed as first choice for coach Carlo Ancelotti.

Pregame praise...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Chelsea's new trophy, Real Madrid's slip, World Cup timing, MLS strike

ESPN FC's Craig Burley recaps Chelsea's dominant performance against Tottenham on their way to claiming the Capital One Cup trophy.

Football always inspires debate, and this weekend was no exception. Here are five burning questions on the ESPN FC radar.

Vote and comment below or on Twitter using the hashtag #FCtalkingpoints.

Chelsea knocked off Tottenham 2-0 at Wembley Stadium to win the Capital One Cup, Jose Mourinho's first piece of silverware since returning to Stamford Bridge. Blues' captain John Terry called the win massive and hinted it could spur them on to more success this season.

Will win propel Chelsea to Prem and Champs Lge trophies?


In one of the most entertaining games...