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Neymar falls while trying a trick

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Transfer Rater: Bernardo Silva to Man United


Manchester derby by the numbers

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 By Shaka Hislop

Power Rankings: Juventus retake top spot after Real Madrid's mixed week

FC's Gab Marcotti debates if Juve can be called the best team in the world given their UCL and Serie A exploits this season.
Juventus head coach Max Allegri says victory against Genoa all but guarantees his team the Serie A title.

We have a new leader! Meanwhile, re-entering the countdown are a pair of Europe's biggest clubs, while a German giant drops out.

1. Juventus (+1)

With a Champions League semifinal against Monaco on the horizon, Juventus continued to tick over in Serie A. A 4-0 win over Genoa means that Max Allegri's side have an eight-point lead with five games to go; that sixth straight title is just a matter of time away.

2. Real Madrid (-1)

After battling back with 10 men to equalise vs. Barcelona,...

 By Tom Marshall

Pachuca's Omar Gonzalez laying down a model for Americans in Mexico

Omar Gonzalez has now won five major trophies in his club career, three with the L.A. Galaxy and now two with Pachuca.

U.S. center-back Omar Gonzalez lifted the MLS Cup three times with L.A. Galaxy and his time with Pachuca since signing in Dec. 2015 is proving just as productive in the trophy department. 

On Wednesday, the 28-year-old Texan defender became the first player to win the MLS Cup, Liga MX and the CONCACAF Champions League, after the Tuzos overcame Tigres 2-1 on aggregate in Estadio Hidalgo in the CCL final. 

Leg 2Aggregate: 2 - 1
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"Two championships in one year," Gonzalez told reporters after the game in...

 By Ben Jacobs

Leicester undone by piece of bad luck at Arsenal as relegation still looms

Arsenal and Leicester looked destined for a 0-0 draw until Robert Huth's unfortunate deflection put the ball in his own net.
The guys answer your tweets on club overhauls, Arsenal as a coaching destination and where top talent would want to play.
Arsenal and Leicester looked destined for a 0-0 draw until Robert Huth's unfortunate deflection put the ball in his own net.

Leicester City's cruel luck at Arsenal continued with another late defeat. The 1-0 loss cost the Foxes the point they needed to probably (if not mathematically) secure safety.


Leicester deserved to keep a clean sheet, which is no mean feat at the Emirates Stadium. Yohan Benalouane is getting better by the game, making Wes Morgan's fitness less of a concern. Surprise inclusion Leonardo Ulloa also proved a valuable asset and could see more playing time down the stretch.



 By Chris Wright

Neymar falls on his backside while trying a football trick

As one of the most skillful footballers in the world, the internet is positively overflowing with snippets and videos of Neymar bamboozling opposition defenders with his lightning pace and flashy footwork.

However, it's perhaps refreshing to know that the Barcelona superstar isn't always 100 percent successful when it comes to his freestyle trickery.

Filmed by one of his cronies and posted on Instagram, here's one of the rare examples of Neymar attempting to demonstrate his technique and coming...

 By Phil Lythell

Chelsea have massive chance to take title advantage vs. Everton

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte says he never had any doubts that Diego Costa would break his scoring drought.

As the battle for the Premier League title enters the home straight, every passing fixture seems to carry more weight and bear greater significance. As damaging as Chelsea's 2-0 defeat at Manchester United felt, the 4-2 win over Southampton on Tuesday night, coupled with the FA Cup semifinal victory against Spurs by the same scoreline, restored belief and confidence in their ability to stay the distance.

Tottenham, to their credit, responded with a 1-0 win at Crystal Palace on Wednesday after a...

Dortmund's character-building win exposes Bayern's need for a rebuild

A back-and-forth affair between Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund was highlighted by Ousmane Dembele's superb game-winner.
The FC panel address Bayern's aging stars, and if they need to revamp their squad to progress further in the future.

Borussia Dortmund's second trip to the Allianz Arena in the space of a month was billed as a rite of passage by coach Thomas Tuchel.

"Familiarity reduces stress levels, your vision widens, you're able to deal better [with the pressure]," the 43-year-old said ahead of his side's thrilling 3-2 DFB Cup semifinal win. "It was important for the players to experience that [the first time]. It's like skiing: once you get down a black run, the probability is higher that you'll do better the second time."