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 By Tim Vickery

Copa Lib struggling for breakout stars as it hits the halfway stage

The Copa Lib has been a slog so far as the halfway point of the group stage comes and goes. Where are the stars?

The weekend's clasico headlines naturally went to Lionel Messi, given his goals, which makes it easy to overlook the fact that four of the five goals in the Real Madrid-Barcelona game were scored by South Americans (Casemiro and James Rodriguez were on target for Real). Earlier in the day, Sergio Aguero and Alexis Sanchez both scored in the Arsenal-Manchester City FA Cup semifinal, with Willian scoring twice for Chelsea against Tottenham in Saturday's other semifinal.

The South American contribution...

 By Chris Wright

Goal scoring Brazilian fish branded 'new Neymar' after tail flip tricks

A fish -- yes, a fish -- in Brazil has been likened to Neymar thanks to its uncanny prowess in front of goal.

Details are a little thin on the ground, but the aquatic goal-poacher has become something of a local celebrity in Brazil after being filmed using its tail to whip a tiny football into a tiny net over and over again.

Of course, critics have suggested that Neymarfish has simply benefited from being a big fish in a small pond and that now is the time to really test his/her mettle with a...

Neymar makes Time Magazine's 100 most influential people list

Barcelona manager Luis Enrique is backing Barcelona to bounce back at the Bernabeu.
The ESPN FC panel debate if their quarterfinal loss to Juventus signals the end of Barcelona's reign over Europe and Spain.
BT Sport highlight: Barcelona's front three produced very little against a resolute Juventus defense and bow out quietly from the UEFA Champions League.
Barcelona's front three produced very little against a resolute Juventus defense and bow out quietly from the UEFA Champions League.
The crew answer your tweets on refereeing decisions at the Bernabeu and whether or not Juventus could beat Real Madrid.

Barcelona and Brazil forward Neymar is the only football player who has been named in Time Magazine's 100 most influential people on the planet.

Neymar is included in the "Icon" section of a list which also includes fellow sports stars LeBron James and Tom Brady.

Having joined Barcelona from Santos in 2013, Neymar's reputation has grown steadily alongside five-time world player of the year Lionel Messi.

Now 25, he is widely viewed as the player most likely to take over from Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Barcelona's Neymar: Gabriel Jesus, Griezmann among 'new Neymars'

Man City's Gabriel Jesus discusses playing in the International Champions Cup, adapting to the Prem and playing for Pep Guardiola.
Barcelona star Neymar reveals what chance he gives his side to overturn their 3-goal UCL deficit against Juventus.

Barcelona and Brazil forward Neymar has professed his "love" of countryman Gabriel Jesus' play, and counts him along with Antoine Griezmann as the next generation of superstars. 

At just 19, Gabriel has already taken over striker duties for five-time world champions Brazil, and his sensational opening spell with Manchester City, in which he briefly relegated Sergio Aguero to the bench, validated the lofty expectations upon moving to City from Palmeiras in the winter window.

His rise at City...

 By Tim Vickery

Brazil recall for in-form Fred would be bizarre for long-term World Cup plans

Atletico Mineiro kept their Copa Libertadores hopes alive with a 2-0 win over Santa Fe.
Camilo and Guilherme scored as Botafogo defeated Colombia's Atletico Nacional in the Copa Libertadores.
Fred is in fine form, but a recall would surely make little sense. Brazil, after all, have no short-term needs.

Almost three years have passed since that surreal afternoon in Belo Horizonte when Brazil collapsed in the semifinals of the 2014 World Cup. Germany were five goals up at the interval. The home crowd had plenty of time to try to deal with the extraordinary event and as the second half painfully unfolded, they chose their scapegoat.

The crowd in the Mineirao stadium turned on striker Fred, playing in his home state. He was taken off in the second half. As the camera picked out his image on the...