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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

ICC: Messi starts in Barca win; Real top Chelsea; Green leads Bayern rout

Arda Turan and Munir were on the score sheet as they eased past Celtic 3-1 at the Aviva Stadium.

Celtic were out-gunned but not out-classed as they fell to a 3-1 defeat to Barcelona in Dublin.

The Spanish giants named a strong starting XI that included superstar frontmen Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez.

And while the Parkhead outfit were undone by strikes from Arda Turan and Munir El Haddadi either side of Efe Ambrose's own goal, there was no humiliation for Brendan Rodgers' team.

Braces from Marcelo and Eden Hazard stole the show at the Big House as Real Madrid beat Chelsea 3-2.

Real Madrid rode a dominating first half performance to defeat Premier League side Chelsea 3-2 in an International...

Erik Lamela never considered transfer away from Tottenham

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino discusses his team's performance in the International Champions Cup and their future.

MELBOURNE, Australia -- Erik Lamela has said he has never thought about leaving Tottenham Hotspur, adding that he feels a "big connection" with the club's fans.

Lamela endured a tough debut campaign in England after joining Spurs from Roma in a £30 million deal in summer 2013, making just three Premier League starts before suffering a season-ending back injury.

Despite impressive performances since Mauricio Pochettino's appointment in May 2014, Lamela is still often linked with an exit but...

Wayne Rooney expects more magic from Zlatan Ibrahimovic after goal

ESPN FC's Layla Anna-Lee presents the latest from social media in The Sweeper, including Gary Neville's jealousy.

Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney is expecting "many more" moments of magic from Zlatan Ibrahimovic after the Swedish striker scored an acrobatic effort in the fourth minute of his debut for the club during a 5-2 win against Galatasaray in Gothenburg.

Rooney, who scored two second-half goals for United to overturn a 2-1 half-time deficit, also said that Ibrahimovic has been getting on with his teammates and brings an "aura" with him.

The England player said: "It was a great goal from him. It...

Sturridge, Wijnaldum to start for Liverpool in ICC friendly vs. AC Milan

Georginio Wijnaldum is excited to be making his first Liverpool appearance after missing out on their recent match.

SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Liverpool's Daniel Sturridge and Georginio Wijnaldum are set to start Saturday's game with AC Milan, a club source told ESPN FC.

Sturridge missed Wednesday's 1-0 loss to Chelsea at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena as a precaution and stayed behind at the club's training base in Palo Alto, California to complete extra training sessions.

And there will also be a Liverpool debut for Wijnaldum following his £25 million move from Newcastle earlier this month.

The Dutch international...

Everton assistant manager praises 'professional' John Stones

Pep Guardiola addresses Samir Nasri's weight concerns and City's chase for John Stones.
The ESPN FC crew discuss whether or not John Stones will live up to his potential in the upcoming season.

Everton assistant manager Erwin Koeman has praised the attitude of John Stones in the face of Manchester City's pursuit.

City boss Pep Guardiola on Thursday confirmed his club were "going to try'' to sign the 22-year-old England centre-back.

There has been increased speculation about a reported £50 million move but Stones, who played the last 11 minutes of the Toffees' penalty shootout defeat to Real Betis in Germany on Saturday and 69 minutes against Dynamo Dresden on Friday, has remained...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Ex-United States international Charlie Davies diagnosed with cancer

Charlie Davies knows the Revs can't go into the playoffs without a victory in more than a month.
The New England Revolution say forward Charlie Davies is in remission.

Former United States international forward Charlie Davies has been diagnosed with cancer.

The 30-year-old New England Revolution player told FOX Sports on Saturday he was diagnosed "a few months ago."

The Revolution confirmed the diagnosis in an issued statement on the club's website, adding that Davies is now in remission.

"Today, New England Revolution forward Charlie Davies shared that earlier this spring he was diagnosed and treated for liposarcoma and that he is now in remission," the statement...