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It's all about Mourinho... again

Chelsea and Man United's wild 2-2 draw had plenty of talking points, but when the dust settled -- surprise, surprise! -- Jose Mourinho was the centre of attention.

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Messi fractures bone in arm, will miss El Clasico

The Barcelona captain will miss a Champions League game against Inter Milan and the Clasico against Real Madrid with a fracture in his arm.

Scenes at Stamford Bridge, Man City rampant

Dan Thomas and Steve Nicol recap Saturday's Premier League action, including Jose Mourinho's touchline scuffle and Man City's 5-0 thrashing of Burnley.

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Zlatan reminds SVP of his God-like status

Zlatan Ibrahimovic joined Scott Van Pelt to look ahead to Sunday's crucial game vs. Minnesota and how he's adapted to life in LA.

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Nicol: I'd have reacted the same as Mourinho

Steve Nicol believes Jose Mourinho was well within his rights to react the way he did after he was taunted by Chelsea assistant coach Mauro Ianni.

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Football Exposed: The truth about pitch invaders

The Exploding Heads go undercover to reveal staggering revelations about fans -- of all ages -- on the field.

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Honigstein: Bayern press conference embarrassing

Raf Honigstein breaks down how Bayern Munich's press conference to confront media criticism turned into a disaster for the club.

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Burley chooses Real Madrid's next Galactico signings

ESPN FC's Craig Burley has his say as to who should become Real Madrid's next Galactico signings.

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Chelsea dig deep, grab dramatic draw vs. Man United

Ross Barkley struck a 96th-minute equaliser for Chelsea against Manchester United to spark a chaotic ending to this 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge.

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Chelsea 2-2 Man United: Mourinho bust-up in ugly end

Jose Mourinho was involved in an unsavoury clash with Chelsea coach Marco Ianni following Ross Barkley's 96th minute equaliser.

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Should Mourinho change his tactical approach?

Stewart Robson explains why Jose Mourinho's cautious approach to games doesn't help Manchester United based on their 2-2 draw against Chelsea.

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Nicol: I'd have reacted the same as Mourinho

Steve Nicol believes Jose Mourinho was well within his rights to react the way he did after he was taunted by Chelsea assistant coach Mauro Ianni.

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Sarri upset to see Chelsea resort to 'long ball'

Maurizio Sarri criticizes his Chelsea team for drifting away from his preferred tactics after Manchester United's equalizer.

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Man United were 'in the ascendency' & invited pressure late

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner understands the emotions late on at Stamford Bridge, but feels Man United should've kept their foot on the pedal in the late stages.

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Mourinho: Sarri's assistant apologized to me

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho speaks about his side's 2-2 draw against Chelsea and the sideline scuffle in stoppage time.

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Mourinho involved in scuffle after Chelsea taunts

There was an ugly end at Stamford Bridge after Jose Mourinho was taunted by Chelsea's second assistant coach Marco Ianni following Ross Barkley's late equaliser.

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Chelsea equaliser sparks Mourinho melee

English Premier League: Ross Barkley (90 + 6') Chelsea 2-2 Manchester United

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Martial curler puts Man United ahead

English Premier League: Anthony Martial (73') Chelsea 1-2 Manchester United

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Transfers

Transfer Talk: Man City join chase for Ake

Ex-Chelsea man Nathan Ake is receiving plaudits aplenty for his displays for Bournemouth. Now, Man City are circling. Transfer Talk has the latest.

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Pochettino wants January signings at Spurs

After not adding a single player to their squad during the summer, Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino says he hopes to make additions in January.

Transfer Rater: Neymar to Barca, Rashford to Juve

Neymar returning to Barcelona and Marcus Rashford joining Juventus are some of today's hot rumours, according to Football Whispers.

Milan derby a chance for both clubs to show progress

Sunday's Milan derby might feel different because, for the first time in years, both sides are actually on their way up instead of at rock bottom.

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Suso, thriving at Milan, sets sights on derby win

Last summer, Suso could have swapped Milan for Inter. He declined. Now in the form of his life, he's ready to lead the Rossoneri to a derby victory.

Inter 1-0 Milan: Icardi the derby hero again

Mauro Icardi put a fitting end on another tense, back-and-forth Milan derby, scoring in stoppage time to once again play hero for Inter over Milan.

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Icardi, Donnarumma in spotlight after thrilling Milan derby

Mauro Icardi's heroics and Gianluigi Donnarumma's positioning are the focus of the FC crew's attention after Inter bested Milan in the Milan derby.

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Inter hero Icardi scores late Milan derby winner

Italian Serie A: Mauro Icardi (90'+2) Inter 1-0 Milan

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Sunday's Milan Derby: Who has the edge?

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti and Stewart Robson share their predictions for the next chapter of Milan's storied rivalry.

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Man United were 'in the ascendency' & invited pressure late

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner understands the emotions late on at Stamford Bridge, but feels Man United should've kept their foot on the pedal in the late stages.

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Nicol: Real Madrid players don't have structure under Lopetegui

Steve Nicol sees Antonio Conte as a good short-term solution for Real Madrid should the club decide to part ways with Julen Lopetegui.

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Extra Time: Chelsea's title pursuit, dream UCL fixture

The guys respond to your tweets about the Bundesliga's relevance, Chelsea's title bid, Jose Mourinho's job, UCL fixtures and Liverpool's injuries.

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Mariner: Real Madrid's players are still playing for Lopetegui

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner and Ross Dyer look at how Real Madrid manager Julen Lopetegui can turn things around after a fifth-straight game without a win.

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Honigstein: Bayern press conference embarrassing

Raf Honigstein breaks down how Bayern Munich's press conference to confront media criticism turned into a disaster for the club.

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ESPN FC Best of the Week

Check out the best moments from ESPN FC over the past week, including Craig's critiquing of Seb's attire and Mark Donaldson as an American Outlaw.

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Stewart Robson gives his Man United best XI

ESPN FC's Stewart Robson reveals his best XI for Manchester United ahead of their encounter against Chelsea on Saturday.

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Salah 7/10 as Liverpool edge Huddersfield

Liverpool were nowhere near their best but a first-half goal from Mohamed Salah was enough for the Reds to grab victory and keep pace with Man City.

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Huddersfield 0-1 Liverpool: Salah goal enough

Mohamed Salah's neat finish in the first-half proved decisive as Liverpool stumbled past a valiant Huddersfield.

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Salah puts Liverpool ahead

English Premier League: Mohamed Salah (24') Huddersfield Town 0-1 Liverpool

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Varane 3/10, Ramos 4/10 as Real lose again

Real Madrid looked short on ideas, inspiration and energy during a game in which Levante were tactically and physically far superior.

Nicol: Real Madrid players don't have structure under Lopetegui

Steve Nicol sees Antonio Conte as a good short-term solution for Real Madrid should the club decide to part ways with Julen Lopetegui.

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Lopetegui not thinking about Madrid sacking

Julen Lopetegui insists he doesn't fear being sacked as Real Madrid manager after they suffered another loss to Levante.

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Mariner: Real Madrid's players are still playing for Lopetegui

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner and Ross Dyer look at how Real Madrid manager Julen Lopetegui can turn things around after a fifth-straight game without a win.

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