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Carlos Bacca and Keisuke Honda fire in Milan win over Genoa

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Carlos Bacca celebrates his opening goal.

Goals from Carlos Bacca and Keisuke Honda fired AC Milan to a 2-1 win over Genoa.

Strikes in each half ensured the hosts kept the pressure on Serie A's top five and left Genoa looking over their shoulders at the relegation zone. Alessio Cerci hit a consolation for Genoa but it was too late to deny Milan the victory.

Ciro Immobile scored his first brace for Torino as they beat Palermo 3-1 to move away from the relegation zone.

Alberto Gilardino took just two minutes to put Palermo ahead when...

Obafemi Martins closing on Shanghai Shenhua move - source

Obafemi Martins looks set to be the latest to move to China.

Nigeria forward Obafemi Martins is on the verge of sealing a move to Chinese Super League side Shanghai Shenhua from the Seattle Sounders for a transfer fee of around $3 million, a source confirmed to ESPN FC.

The BBC was the first to report that Martins is headed to Shanghai, and that the deal is done, but multiple sources have told ESPN FC that the deal has not yet been finalized.

"With Oba, it's not done until it's done," said one source.

Interest from China first surfaced on Friday, with sources...

Liverpool good in every area against Aston Villa - Jurgen Klopp

Liverpool scored four goals in 13 minutes in the second half to complete a rout of Aston Villa at Villa Park.
James Milner
James Milner is mobbed after scoring.

Jurgen Klopp paid tribute to a relentless Liverpool performance after their 6-0 demolition of the Premier League's bottom side Aston Villa.

Sunday's victory at Villa Park marked a spectacular return to form for Klopp's team. It was only their second league win of 2016 and the first time they had won a league match by more than a one-goal margin since the 4-1 win at Manchester City on Nov. 21.

Daniel Sturridge -- who started a league game for the first time since Oct. 4 -- headed a 16th-minute opener...

Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri 'very sad' after late defeat to Arsenal

ESPN FC's Craig Burley rates Arsenal and Leicester City after their thrilling Sunday encounter.

Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri said he and his players were left "very sad'' by the 2-1 defeat to Arsenal and was unhappy with referee Martin Atkinson.

Jamie Vardy had put the Foxes ahead with a penalty on the stroke of half-time having been tripped by Nacho Monreal but, after Danny Simpson was sent off after picking up two yellow cards in five minutes, Theo Walcott levelled after coming off the bench.

With Arsenal laying siege to Kasper Schmeichel's goal, Arsene Wenger threw on Danny Welbeck, who...

Manchester United need to be in the Champions League - David Moyes

Louis Van Gaal admits it will be very difficult to finish in the top four this season and secure Champions League football.

Former Manchester United boss David Moyes has warned successor Louis van Gaal he has to qualify for the Champions league if he is to stand any chance of keeping his job.

The Dutchman, whose future has been under intense scrutiny in recent weeks amid speculation that Jose Mourinho is being lined up to replace him, suffered a further blow on Saturday when his side were beaten 2-1 by lowly Sunderland.

As the final whistle sounded at the Stadium of Light, fifth-placed United were six points adrift of...

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger: Leicester win a 'pivotal moment' for title

ESPN FC's Craig Burley rates Arsenal and Leicester City after their thrilling Sunday encounter.

Arsene Wenger hailed Arsenal's dramatic win over Leicester as a "pivotal moment" that will strengthen the Gunners' belief that they can go on to win the Premier League title.

Arsenal trailed 1-0 at half-time but Danny Simpson was sent off and, after Theo Walcott had equalised Jamie Vardy's penalty, Danny Welbeck's header in injury time gave Wenger's men a crucial victory that cut the gap to leader Leicester to two points.

"It was a pivotal moment today because the mathematics meant it could be eight...