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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Trending: Chapecoense awarded title, Cesc Fabregas escapes punishment

The FC crew evaluate Gianni Infantino's proposal to expand the Club World Cup to 32 teams played in the summer.

Here are the latest stories for Monday.

CHAPECOENSE: CONMEBOL officially awarded the Brazilian club with the 2016 Copa Sudamericana title on Monday following the plane crash en route to the final that killed 19 players.

The president of Chapecoense was buried on Sunday as fans paid their final tributes, trying to put behind them the worst moment in the club's history.

CHELSEA: Manchester City and Chelsea have been charged with failing to control their players last Saturday -- but Cesc...

 By Nick Miller

Loris Karius, Claudio Bravo gaffes highlight goalkeeping concern in Prem

The ESPN FC crew discuss a weekend of dodgy goalkeeping in the Premier League.

For many fans, the weekend just gone was a highly entertaining and enjoyable one in the Premier League.

There were 36 goals in nine games; an exhilarating comeback by Bournemouth; a brutally clinical performance by Chelsea; Spurs found something close to their rhythm; Alexis Sanchez scored one of the best hat tricks you'll see; Crystal Palace won their first game in eons and there was a smattering of those "disgraceful incidents" we shouldn't enjoy, but we...

 By Steven Kelly

Karius abysmal in first big test as Liverpool suffer in Joel Matip absence

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop says he is not convinced about Loris Karius at Liverpool.

Liverpool fans had expected their team's long unbeaten run to end some time, but hands up anyone who expected to lose 4-3 to Bournemouth on Sunday when the Reds led 3-1 with 15 minutes to go?

Having gone more than 100 days since losing any match, this was a jarring, worrying result that threatens to destabilise a good season if Jurgen Klopp doesn't get to the root of the problems quickly.

Looking at the league table, there doesn't seem too much to be concerned about. Before the season began,...

 By Nick Miller

Liverpool, Spurs, Man United and Arsenal all among Top 10 comebacks

Jurgen Klopp acknowledges that his Liverpool club were on the wrong side of a special feat completed by Bournemouth.
ESPN FC's Janusz Michallik attempts to put into context Liverpool's shocking loss to Bournemouth.

This article first appeared on ESPN FC on  May 9, 2014.

Football doesn't often divert from the predictable, but when it does, it's utterly glorious. Crystal Palace's remarkable comeback against Liverpool in May 2014 was something to behold, but Bournemouth also upset the Reds this weekend. Here are 10 other comebacks from down the years.

10. Internazionale 3-2 Sampdoria, 2005

Football can inspire so many emotions, from an appreciation of aesthetics as someone like Thierry Henry glides...

Bournemouth and Chelsea joy, Liverpool woe lead Heroes & Villains

ESPN FC's Janusz Michallik attempts to put into context Liverpool's shocking loss to Bournemouth.

Iain Macintosh casts his eye over the best and worst of the action from the Premier League this weekend.

HEROES

Once upon a time, it was Liverpool who had a nice line in dramatic 4-3 victories. And didn't Newcastle United know it. But the boot was on the other foot Sunday, and that other foot was kicking Liverpool repeatedly in the bottom. Quite where Bournemouth pulled this result from is anyone's guess. They looked dead and buried at halftime, but Eddie Howe has inculcated his players with...

 By Dave Usher

No positives in Liverpool's capitulation at Bournemouth

Liverpool controlled the entire first half, but the Cherries completed an astonishing come-from-behind victory.
Jurgen Klopp acknowledges that his Liverpool club were on the wrong side of a special feat completed by Bournemouth.
ESPN FC's Janusz Michallik attempts to put into context Liverpool's shocking loss to Bournemouth.
Jurgen Klopp says Liverpool 'opened the door' to Bournemouth in a decisive moment and they ran away with the comeback.

Liverpool went from the sublime to the ridiculous, as they somehow found a way to lose a game it looked like they were going to win handsomely. After leading 2-0 and 3-1 at Bournemouth, they capitulated in embarrassing fashion, conceding four second-half goals to a team that struggles to find the net.

Positives

There's nothing positive to take from this game. As good as the first half was, it counts for nothing in the end. This was a terrible, humbling defeat that could prove costly in May.

Negatives

Liverpool...