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Gareth Bale a microcosm of Real Madrid success after downing City

Gareth Bale is not bothered by Real Madrid's goal not being credited to him after his side made it through to the final.

What's in the water in Madrid? From the European Cup's first edition in 1955-56 until 2014, no final was contested by two teams from the same city.

For 58 long years that appeared to be an impossible feat but now, for the second time in two years, Atletico and Real Madrid will do battle for a trophy which is, otherwise, so elusive that no club has retained it in its current form.

Real Madrid began the competition with a period of dominance, but how do we explain this latest episode? The 2015 Milan...

ESPN FC  By Dale Johnson

The Premier League's battle for Champions League, Europa League

The ESPN FC crew give their thoughts on Leicester finally being crowned champions of the Premier League.

Dale Johnson has been an editor and journalist at ESPN for 17 years. You can follow him on Twitter @dalejohnsonESPN.

The Premier League gets four places in the Champions League, with the top three going direct to the group stage and fourth entering in the final qualifying round.

There are also three places available in the Europa League -- going to fifth in the league plus the winners of the FA Cup and the Capital One Cup. As Manchester City won the latter and are all but certain of finishing no lower than sixth, that place will transfer to the league.

So, fifth in the league (and the FA Cup winners) will go direct...

 By Rory Smith

Tottenham must recover from their Chelsea ordeal, come back stronger

Mauricio Pochettino spoke after Tottenham's 2-2 draw with Chelsea, ending their title hopes, and its effect on his squad.

As the light died on Monday night, Tottenham raged. Perhaps it was the taunts of Eden Hazard and Cesc Fabregas that triggered it, or the provocation of Diego Costa. Maybe it was simply the pain and frustration at knowing their Premier League dream was beyond them. Regardless, at Stamford Bridge, Spurs did not just go down in flames. They went down burning.

Those 90 minutes in west London were instructive, not least because they proved -- conclusively -- that Mauricio Pochettino is no liar. Even...

Shakhtar and Dynamo Kiev rivalry could hurt Ukraine at Euro 2016

Andriy Yarmolenko (left) and Taras Stepanenko have history.

Few expected the big Ukrainian Clasico between Shakhtar Donetsk and Dynamo Kiev to make huge headlines Sunday. After all, it was a rather meaningless fixture, given the fact that Dynamo had secured their second championship title in a row before the game.

The two giants dominate the league (only twice in the last 19 seasons have they failed to finish first or second together) and Shakhtar's failure to stop their rivals from defending the crown would have been a major blow for the club. However,...

Brian Clough's Nottingham Forest stun English football - Rewind to 1978

Leicester City fans express their love for the club, for Claudio Ranieri, and for their remarkable fairy tale campaign.
The ESPN FC crew assess Leicester's match up with Man United and how this compares to their other results this season.
Brian Clough, left, and assistant Peter Taylor celebrate Nottingham Forest's title victory at the City Ground.

Leicester City have become England's most surprising champions since newly promoted Nottingham Forest's 1977-78 triumph. Brian Clough had taken charge of a drifting, aimless club in the second tier in January 1975 and within six years won the First Division, two League Cups and two European Cups.

Editors' note: A version of this article was published on March 22, 2012.

Little over three years after arriving at Nottingham Forest's City Ground, Brian Clough surpassed his greatest trick. A previous...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Hat-trick hero Sadio Mane tops Power Rankings after tormenting Man City

Sadio Mane and Andre Ayew claimed the top spots in this week's player power rankings.

ESPN FC's worldwide editorial desks nominate their top performers from the weekend's action and the results are collated into a top 10.

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

1. Sadio Mane (Southampton)

The Senegalese reminded us why England's biggest clubs have been positioning themselves to poach Southampton's talisman. In a 4-2 thrashing of Manchester City on Sunday, Mane used his pace to great effect in netting a hat trick at...