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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Alexis Sanchez tops Player Power Rankings for second straight week

Shaka Hislop breaks down this week's player power rankings, led by Alexis Sanchez following his hat-trick performance.

Also receiving votes: Piotr Zielinski (Napoli), Radja Nainggolan (AS Roma), Sandro Wagner (Hoffenheim), Iago Aspas (Celta Vigo).

Let us know what you think of the countdown by commenting below or on Twitter using #ESPNFCrankings.

Follow @ESPNFC on Twitter to keep up with the latest football updates.

 By Nick Miller

Liverpool, Spurs, Man United and Arsenal all among Top 10 comebacks

Jurgen Klopp acknowledges that his Liverpool club were on the wrong side of a special feat completed by Bournemouth.
ESPN FC's Janusz Michallik attempts to put into context Liverpool's shocking loss to Bournemouth.

This article first appeared on ESPN FC on  May 9, 2014.

Football doesn't often divert from the predictable, but when it does, it's utterly glorious. Crystal Palace's remarkable comeback against Liverpool in May 2014 was something to behold, but Bournemouth also upset the Reds this weekend. Here are 10 other comebacks from down the years.

10. Internazionale 3-2 Sampdoria, 2005

Football can inspire so many emotions, from an appreciation of aesthetics as someone like Thierry Henry glides...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Vote Now: Who should win Best FIFA Football Awards?

With the 233rd edition of El Clasico looming in the balance, take an in-depth look of a few notable statistics.

Friday marked the release of FIFA's short lists for their inaugural Best FIFA Football Awards, with several surprising nominees for the six prizes that will be handed out in Zurich on Jan. 9.

With that in mind, here are the trios vying for top honors. Who do you think should win? Vote and have your say below!

Who should win Best FIFA Men's player?

First up, the big kahuna: the best men's player in the world. Of course, the big two are nominated as Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo resume their annual battle for individual glory....

 By Eren Sarigul

Fans return for Fenerbahce vs. Besiktas as derby takes centre stage

Besiktas fans will be out in force again.

Fenerbahce beat rivals Galatasaray to get their season back on track; now a victory over Besiktas in the second Istanbul derby will see the Yellow Canaries leapfrog their rivals and move into second place in the Turkish Super League.

Fenerbahce have been in a rich vein of form following their 2-1 victory over Manchester United in the Europa League and have won their last five consecutive domestic games to move third.

Meanwhile, the Black Eagles have been flying both domestically and in the UEFA...

Arsenal target RB Leipzig coach Ralph Hasenhuttl - Five things to know

Janusz Michallik applauds Leipzig's impressive Bundesliga campaign but feels they won't be able to turn it into a title.

RB Leipzig coach Ralph Hasenhuttl has been linked with the Arsenal job and the manager of the current Bundesliga leaders even went so far as to confirm reports that he could become Arsene Wenger's successor at the Emirates. Here are five things to know about him.

He only had one chance to make an impression

After his semi-successful football career as an attacker for clubs in Austria, Belgium and Germany, Hasenhuttl turned to coaching immediately. When entering the final stretch of his playing days,...

 By Nick Miller

Invested, cerebral Gareth Southgate could be just what England need

Gareth Southgate discussed Wayne Rooney's future as England captain and admitted that others within the squad could lead.

If only the Football Association had left it just a little bit longer. After 65 days as England caretaker manager, Gareth Southgate was confirmed as the country's third permanent boss of the year, succeeding Sam Allardyce, who was there for 67 days. The idea of someone being in temporary charge for longer than his permanent predecessor would have rather nicely encapsulated the chaos that leading the national team can bring.

The FA likes to give the impression there is a through-line of thinking...