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Pilkington delighted as Norwich claim another scalp

Former Manchester United youngster Anthony Pilkington talks to ESPN's Rebecca Lowe.

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Van Gaal praises 'complete' United

Premier League: Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal says his team will be judged results from their direct competitors and clubs like Leicester City.

(01:05) | Jan 31, 2015

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Blind shines in United win

Premier League: ESPN FC's Craig Burley breaks down Manchester United's comfortable win over Leicester City.

(01:11) | Jan 31, 2015

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Luis Enrique defends Neymar

La Liga: Barcelona head coach Luis Enrique has defended star player Neymar, who was criticised for his provocative behaviour during the Copa del Rey win over Atletico Madrid.

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2014 January transfer window look-back

Football Video: As the 2015 January transfer promises to provide a few more meaningful transfers, take a look back at the best transfers of last year's winter transfer window, including Arsenal bust Kim Kallstrom.

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Australia capture first AFC Asian Cup title

International Football: ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and Gary Phillips weigh in on Australia's thrilling 2-1 victory over South Korea.

(03:04) | Jan 31, 2015

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Highlights: South Korea 1-2 Australia

International Football: Tim Cahill's Australia won their first ever AFC Asian Cup with a dramatic 2-1 victory over two-time champions South Korea.

(01:51) | Jan 31, 2015

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Hecking proud of thumping win

Bundesliga: Dieter Hecking couldn't hide his delight after his Wolfsburg side inflicted a 4-1 hammering of Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga.

(00:57) | Jan 31, 2015

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Figo: FIFA needs change

Football Video: Former Portuguese international Luis Figo explained he feels it is time to give back to the world of football as he's recently decided to run for president of FIFA.

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