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FIFA World Cup

Luis Suarez: FIFA treated me worse than a hooligan after World Cup bite

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe believes there is a high probability that Barcelona will drop points before season's end and afford Real Madrid an opportunity to win La Liga.

Barcelona forward Luis Suarez has said he was treated "worse than if I were a hooligan" when FIFA banned him for biting Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini at the World Cup.

Uruguay striker Suarez was initially suspended from all football activity by FIFA for what was his third bite of an opposition player during a game, and had to leave the team hotel the day after the incident took place.

His punishment was later reduced by the Court of Arbitration for Sport, meaning he was able to train with his...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Barbados advance in CONCACAF World Cup qualifying

Barbados turned around a first-leg deficit to defeat U.S. Virgin Islands 4-0 and advance in CONCACAF World Cup qualifying on Thursday.

Raheim Sargeant scored just four minutes in as Barbados, ranked 131st in FIFA's rankings, erased the deficit from the 1-0 home defeat in the first leg to a team ranked 197th.

Jamal Chandler gave Barbados the edge in the 25th minute and goals in the second half from Mario Harte and Chandler helped Barbados into the second round in June against Aruba.

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 By Simon Kuper

How Lionel Messi and Wayne Rooney think on the field

Great players such as Wayne Rooney and Lionel Messi reveal a truth we often miss in the frenzy of top-class football: It's much less spontaneous than it looks.

One freezing night this January, I was sitting in the Camp Nou with a Barcelona official, watching Barca-Atletico Madrid in the Spanish Cup. When the game kicked off, the official said, "Watch Messi."

It was a puzzling sight. The little man was wandering around, apparently ignoring the ball. The official explained: "In the first few minutes he just walks across the field. He is looking at each opponent, where the guy positions himself, and how their defense fits together. Only after doing that does...