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 Posted by Gabriele Marcotti
11 hours ago

Real Madrid's self-inflicted issues, Man Utd's evolution, Barca's bright start

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno gives his take on which Madrid team is the best, Atletico Madrid or Real Madrid.

Saturday night at the Bernabeu was a study in contrast. Atletico manager Diego Simeone -- who was banned from the sideline -- paced around a skybox like some kind of caged, yet ecstatic, wild animal.

Meanwhile, Real Madrid's Carlo Ancelotti stood on the sideline with his usual hangdog expression and looked like those cartoon characters with a cloud above their head, following him around everywhere, liberally dispensing lightning and rain.

Atletico's 2-1 win marked the first time ever that they had...

15 hours ago

Nothing to prove? City must back up Kompany's bullish words in Europe

Gabriele Marcotti joins the ESPN FC crew to discuss the most exciting matchups of matchday one of the Champions League, with Bayern Munich and Manchester City kick-starting Group E.

"We have nothing to prove in Europe," said Vincent Kompany ahead of Manchester City's resumption of Champions League duty this week. But these days, their progress against the elite can be measured without the need for the chest thumping or empty promises that sometimes proved an embarrassing feature of the club's early forays into continental combat.

- Nasri: Time for City to make Euro impact
- Demichelis: I want a new deal

It is often said that if you want to measure your progress in football...

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1 day ago

Jack Wilshere finds his best position; Jesus Navas' width helps Man City

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini criticised referee Mark Clattenburg after their 2-2 draw with Arsenal.

Arsenal showed promise as they came from behind to lead 2-1 against Manchester City, but then the old problems surfaced as City struck a late leveller. Here are some of the tactical breakdowns from the game:

Wilshere is central for Arsenal

Jack Wilshere is starting to find his feet in midfield.
Jack Wilshere is starting to find his feet in midfield.

Jack Wilshere was used as a holding player in a midfield diamond by England against Switzerland. He spent parts of last season operating, often uneasily, on the wings for Arsenal. Now he is benefiting from a change in thinking from Arsene Wenger.

The Gunners manager...

 Posted by Michael Cox
2 days ago

Manchester City display direct, rugged edge at Arsenal

Sergio Aguero's 28th-minute goal for Manchester City put Arsenal on their heels.

LONDON -- In strategic terms, Manchester City's Manuel Pellegrini is a subtle manager, more likely to change the balance of his team with a minor alteration rather than a sweeping, dramatic shift in formation.

His starting XI for the 2-2 draw against Arsenal, however, was a surprise. Without Yaya Toure in midfield, he was forced to select Fernandinho and Frank Lampard, both starting their first game of the campaign. The Brazilian looked rusty, and Lampard struggled to cope with the speed of the...

2 days ago

Player Ratings: Manchester City depth on display

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop breaks down what each team can take away from Saturday morning's 2-2 thriller.

It's always disappointing to have led in a match and not won. Manchester City will be feeling aggrieved not to have won the game, especially having hit both posts in the closing stages -- but equally, there were a number of times when the Blues were on the rocks defensively.

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Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini will bemoan some of the refereeing. In his eyes, fouls were turned away by the referee in the build-up to both of the home side's goals, as Sergio Aguero and Vincent Kompany were...

 Posted by Kevin Palmer
2 days ago

Three Points: Arsenal vs. Man City

A trio of thoughts on the 2-2 draw between Arsenal and Manchester City in the Premier League.

1. Inferiority complex remains?

Arsenal's woeful record against their Premier League title rivals last season meant the pressure was on Arsene Wenger's side to confirm they can mix it up with the big guns ... and they so nearly answered the call with a win against the Premier League champions.

"This is a vital game," said Wenger prior to kickoff. "It could give us credibility and confidence, and we appreciate...