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Sunderland's scrap at Stoke


Ozil invisible and Giroud toothless

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Jermain Defoe reiterates he can be Sunderland's saviour with pen at Stoke

Jermain Defoe's 14th goal of the season gave Sunderland a crucial draw with Stoke in their quest to remain in the Premier League.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop feels Sunderland were quite lucky to come away with a point after their slow start.
Sunderland manager Sam Allardyce says the game was theirs to win, but is pleased they still earned a point.
Stoke manager Mark Hughes expresses his displeasure with the hand the ref had in his team's 1-1 draw with Sunderland.
Jermain Defoe's 14th goal of the season gave Sunderland a crucial draw with Stoke in their quest to remain in the Premier League.

Jermain Defoe claimed a crucial point for Sunderland in their 1-1 draw at Stoke City's Britannia Stadium on Saturday but it was not enough to stop the Wearsiders from slipping back into the relegation zone with three games to go.

Former Spurs and Toronto player Defoe was the coolest man in the stadium as he stepped up in the third minute of added time to calmly stroke home a penalty in front of 3,000 anxious Sunderland fans, a penalty he had won when he was brought down by U.S. international Geoff...

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Leicester to win the Premier League or will Man United keep top four alive?

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti has paid tribute to Leicester for their remarkable season.
ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti has paid tribute to Leicester for their remarkable season.

It has come down to this. In one of the greatest stories in sport, let alone football history, Leicester will be Premier League champions if they beat Manchester United on Sunday.

Just 12 months on from looking doomed to relegation to the Championship, the Foxes are on the brink of winning English football's biggest prize. It's absolutely extraordinary -- but will Manchester United spoil the party?

Louis van Gaal's men need a win to keep their faint top four hopes alive, while it's tense at the...

Sunderland's survival scrap takes Sam Allardyce's men to Stoke

Sam Allardyce says Sunderland's draw with Arsenal could be a psychological boost to their survival bid.

If there can be no real comfort in managing one of three Premier League clubs fighting for a single place of safety, Sunderland boss Sam Allardyce at least knows what is needed from the final four games, starting at Stoke on Saturday.

Having eased out of the bottom three on goal difference with last Sunday's 0-0 draw at home to Arsenal, Sunderland can now ensure survival by matching the results of the other threatened teams, Norwich City and Newcastle United.

Sunderland and Norwich each have four...

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What's trending: Riyad Mahrez wins PFA award, Juventus clinch Serie A

In the latest edition of the Sweeper, Mark Donaldson talks La Liga title race and Leicester City's weekend exploits.
The FC panel take a look at Riyad Mahrez's outstanding season after he was named the PFA Player of the Year.
The ESPN FC crew name their collective Team of the Weekend for Week 35 of the Premier League.

Here are the latest stories from Monday.

LEICESTER: Riyad Mahrez won the PFA Player of the Year award and then dedicated the prize to all his Leicester teammates.

- Claudio Ranieri's Leicester lead the Premier League by eight points after beating hapless Swansea 4-0writes Miguel Delaney.

- Mahrez, Leonardo Ulloa and Danny Drinkwater all scored highly in Ben Jacobs' player ratings.

- Ranieri has said reports linking Roma talisman Francesco Totti with a move to the...

Mesut Ozil invisible and Oliver Giroud toothless as Arsenal blow title hopes

Arsene Wenger admits he's fearful over Arsenal's place in the Premier League's top four.

A couple of classic Arsenal scenarios arose in the goalless draw at Sunderland on Sunday -- and not in a good way. The Gunners slipped to that familiar fourth position after a lacklustre display in which Mesut Ozil went missing and Olivier Giroud again failed to score.

Sunderland stayed solid to record a third clean sheet in fifth games, repelling the visitors with a defensive 4-3-3 in which the game plan centred on optimistic passes towards Jermain Defoe. Certainly in the first half, Sunderland's...

DeAndre Yedlin, Lee Cattermole excel in Sunderland's draw vs. Arsenal

ESPN FC's Craig Burley breaks down Arsenal and Sunderland's draw, in which Sam Allardyce's Sunderland move out of the bottom three.
Jan Kirchhoff and Jermain Defoe discuss Sunderland's draw with Arsenal, which sees the Black Cats move out of the relegation zone.

An impressive team performance, marked by strong displays from skipper Lee Cattermole and U.S. full-back DeAndre Yedlin, brought Sunderland the point needed against Arsenal on Sunday to edge themselves out of the Premier League bottom three.

Cattermole was once again at the heart of significant moments all over the pitch as manager Sam Allardyce saw his team begin the final run-in, with its desperate fight against relegation, with a precious draw.

Cattermole made important tackles and blocks...