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La Masia key to replacing Pedro

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 By Lee Roden

Barcelona's stars will get little rest over the international break

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe explains Barcelona's transfer ban and their lack of depth because of that.

The all-important wins may be on the table but with only two goals scored in two games, FC Barcelona have produced their lowest-scoring opening to the La Liga season since 2008. The sharpness of mind that influences such things isn't quite there for the Catalans, and just when Luis Enrique would have ideally liked to tailor some training sessions toward improving that deficiency, the international break has hit.

Only seven first-team members will work at the club's Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo endure another scoreless weekend

Looking back at how Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo fared at the weekend.

Well, this wasn't in the script...

Barcelona and Real Madrid both won at the weekend, but neither Lionel Messi nor Cristiano Ronaldo was able to get his name on the scoresheet.

Messi hit the target with five of the seven shots he took in Barca's 1-0 win vs. Malaga but was repeatedly denied by goalkeeper Carlos Kameni, who made a total of 12 saves.

Meanwhile, Real Madrid thrashed Real Betis 5-0, but Ronaldo, who also had five shots on target -- from six attempts -- could not find a way...

Real Madrid tension eased by Bale, James; Vermaelen big for Barcelona

Real Madrid manager Rafa Benitez says that his side's performance spoke for itself in their 5-0 rout of Real Betis.

Five things from week two of La Liga action as Real and Barcelona hold serve at home, while Atletico send a message in Sevilla.

1. Bale and James ease tension at Bernabeu

Real Madrid's 5-0 hammering of Real Betis on Saturday evening, which was even easier than the scoreline suggests, has eased the pressure considerably on under-pressure new coach Rafael Benitez and under-fire galactico Gareth Bale.

The two-ex Premier League figures had been targeted by local pundits and fans following the...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

FC Talking Points: UCL chances, league favorites, transfer best, Jozy Altidore

The ESPN FC team debate which of the major european clubs are most in danger of missing out on the knockout round. A certain UCL finalist is leading the conversation.

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.

Manchester United qualified for the Champions League group stage on Wednesday beating Club Brugge 4-0 in the second leg, and the groups were drawn on Thursday with four Premier League clubs making the final 32.

Which Premier League club has the best chance to advance?

With just hours to go in the summer transfer window, here's a look at how Premier League...

Thomas Vermaelen leads Barcelona with surprising winner vs. Malaga

ESPN FC's Janusz Michallik breaks down how Luis Suarez's movement on and off the ball makes him such a threat for Barcelona.

In Week 2 of La Liga, Barcelona achieved a narrow yet deserved victory against Malaga at the Camp Nou. Defender Thomas Vermaelen scored the only goal for the Blaugrana, who enjoyed 73 percent of possession, created a whopping 22 goal-scoring chances and attempted 19 shots, 13 of them on target.

Manager Luis Enrique fielded his strongest possible XI against a team that has been traditionally tough to crack at the Camp Nou, due to their unashamed defensive focus. That approach is helped by having...

Lionel Messi and Usain Bolt 'a good comparison,' Luis Enrique says

Bolt showing off his Olympic gold medals at Old Trafford
Usain Bolt is a well-known Man Utd fan.

Barcelona coach Luis Enrique thinks Lionel Messi can be compared to Jamaica's sprinting superstar Usain Bolt, after watching his latest race on Twitter.

Messi, who picked up UEFA's 2014-15 Best Player in Europe award at Thursday's draw in Monaco, is considered by many to be the world's best football player with Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo close behind.

Meanwhile, Bolt has destroyed all before him as he wins gold medal after gold medal in the 100-meter and 200-meter races.

His latest win...