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 By Ben Jacobs

Demarai Gray and Ahmed Musa struggle in Leicester loss to Millwall

Has the FA Cup lost its magic? Shaka Hislop certainly feels that could be the case with how it's played out this season.

Leicester City wasted the chance to reach the FA Cup quarterfinals, fielding a second-string side in their late 1-0 loss at 10-man Millwall. The Foxes lacked confidence and fight, and if they don't now see off Sevilla in the Champions League round of 16, the board's "unwavering" support for Claudio Ranieri will be severely tested.

Positives

Polish winger Bartosz Kapustka again impressed and Yohan Benalouane was promising in patches, too. Leicester may also privately prefer an FA Cup exit to a replay,...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Leicester have lost direction under Ranieri, as Millwall defeat shows

Claudio Ranieri believes Leicester can learn from Millwall's fighting mentality after their surprise FA Cup exit.
Has the FA Cup lost its magic? Shaka Hislop certainly feels that could be the case with how it's played out this season.

LONDON -- The worst thing for Leicester City and Claudio Ranieri was that losing 1-0 to League One side Millwall in the FA Cup on Saturday was no surprise. That said, even allowing for the Premier League champions' fall -- they are just a point above the bottom three and without an away win all season -- the manner of their fifth-round defeat was a mortifying embarrassment. Another one.

Even if the FA Cup was a low priority given Leicester are fighting on the rarely paired fronts of relegation battle...

 By Chris Wright

Nice guy Claudio Ranieri's handshakes for press before FA Cup clash

Even with his Leicester City side currently fighting relegation after winning the title last season, it's nice to know that Claudio Ranieri remains a resolutely affable gentleman.

As always, Ranieri held a news conference ahead of the Foxes' FA Cup tie against Millwall and, as always, the Italian did his best to make...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

ESPN FC writers' Champions League round-of-16 predictions

The FC crew have their say about which sides will survive the round of 16 in the UEFA Champions League.
Mark Donaldson and Craig Burley make their predictions for the first-leg matches of this week's UCL ties.

Which eight clubs will make it through to the Champions League quarterfinals? Here are our writers' predictions.

Gab Marcotti

Barcelona, Borussia Dortmund, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Atletico Madrid, Manchester City, Leicester, Juventus.

Mark Ogden

Barcelona, Borussia Dortmund, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Atletico Madrid, Manchester City, Sevilla, Juventus.

Graham Hunter

Barcelona, Borussia Dortmund, Napoli, Bayern Munich, Atletico Madrid, Manchester City, Sevilla, Juventus.

Iain Macintosh

Barcelona,...

 By Tony Evans

How did Leicester go from fairy-tale champions to relegation threat?

Jamie Vardy says Leicester have no choice but to forge ahead and continue fighting to salvage this disappointing season.

Leicester City's achievement in winning the Premier League last season was remarkable. Their slide to 17th in the table, while defending their title, has been equally spectacular. There is a very real danger that Claudio Ranieri's side will be relegated.

How did the reigning champions find themselves in this predicament?

Familiarity breeds contempt

Last season, Leicester surprised opponents. In the first half of the 2015-16 campaign, rival teams were expecting Ranieri's side to be solid...

Will the Premier League empire strike back in Champions League knockouts?

The FC crew have their say about which sides will survive the round of 16 in the UEFA Champions League.

The only downside with a so-called "golden era" is that you don't know what you've got until it is gone, but as the Champions League returns this week, the Premier League has discovered the hard way that its period of European dominance has become a fading memory.

For English clubs, reclaiming their place at the top of Europe appears to be becoming an increasingly frustrating task, despite the riches and talent of the league. So when will the Premier League empire begin to strike back?

With Chelsea...