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Juventus win battle of the exes as Higuain loses plot

Gonzalo Higuain's frustration got the better of him as Milan lost to Juventus but Massimiliano Allegri kept Leonardo Bonucci out of the spotlight.

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Premier League in 90 Seconds: Manchester's lopsided derby

The Exploding Heads explore the many reactions to the Manchester derby and Sol Bamba's extraterrestrial celebration over the Premier League weekend.

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Marcotti: Boca, River deliver 'absolutely rocking' first leg

Gab Marcotti breaks down the first leg of the Copa Libertadores final, a 2-2 thriller between eternal rivals Boca Juniors and River Plate.

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Quick Questions with Axel Witsel

Axel Witsel sits down with Raphael Honigstein to answer some quick questions outside of football.

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Top of the Premier League taking shape

Craig Burley reveals his biggest takeaways from week 12 in the Premier League, including Liverpool's quest to keep up with leaders Man City.

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Major League Soccer

Portland, Seattle epitomize unpredictable conference semis

Portland's penalty-shootout win over Seattle will go down in MLS lore, and it perfectly encapsulated the wildly entertaining conference semifinals.

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MLS Best XI: Which star would Paul Mariner build around?

Paul Mariner breaks down the MLS Best XI for the 2018 season and reveals which superstar in the XI he would build his team around.

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Atlanta 3-1 NYCFC: Five Stripes surge into last 4

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Sporting KC 4-2 RSL: Sporting survive wild second leg

Sporting KC held on for dear life in the second leg of the Western Conference semifinals against RSL, fending off their rivals in a dramatic win.

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New York Red Bulls 3-0 Columbus: Royer provides the spark

Daniel Royer's pair of second-half goals saw the New York Red Bulls overturn a first-leg deficit and advance into the Eastern Conference finals.

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Rooney: DC need to build on playoff disappointment

DC United's Wayne Rooney insists the side will take confidence from reaching the playoffs after he felt they exceeded their expectations.

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Almiron, Martinez explain how Atlanta prevailed vs. NYCFC

Sebastian Salazar catches up with Josef Martinez and Miguel Almiron, after the star duo powered Atlanta United to the Eastern Conference finals.

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Seattle 3-2 Portland: Timbers advance on penalties

A crazy night in Seattle saw Dairon Asprilla and the Portland Timbers defeat the Sounders on penalties to advance to the Western Conference final.

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Gomez: Leg 2 of Seattle-Portland 'had all the works'

Herculez Gomez and the FC crew break down a wild night in Seattle that saw the Sounders knocked out of the MLS Cup Playoffs by arch rivals Portland.

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Moreno: Galaxy need Ibrahimovic more than he needs them

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno gives his thoughts on Zlatan Ibrahimovic's precarious situation at LA Galaxy.

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TOP HEADLINES

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Prem: Top goals from Week 12

Relive the top strikes from Week 12 of the 2018-19 Premier League season, which include a side-footed volley from Liverpool's Xherdan Shaqiri.

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Manchester City 3-1 Manchester United: Aguero powers City

David Silva, Sergio Aguero and Ilkay Gundogan all scored for Manchester City as they dominated Manchester United in a 3-1 victory.

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Milan 0-2 Juventus: Juve's dream, Higuain's nightmare

Gonzalo Higuain lived out a nightmare at the San Siro, missing a penalty and seeing red in Milan's loss to his former side, Juventus.

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Arsenal 1-1 Wolves: Mkhitaryan rescues point for the Gunners

Henrikh Mkhitaryan netted a late equaliser to salvage a point for Arsenal in a 1-1 draw with Wolverhampton.

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Top 5 Serie A goals of the week

Stephan El Shaarawy scored with a brilliant chip in Roma's rout of Sampdoria, but was it the top goal in Serie A on Matchday 12?

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Prem: Top saves from Week 12

Relive the top stops from Week 12 of the 2018-19 Premier League season, including a diving save from Everton's Jordan Pickford against Chelsea.

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AS Monaco 0-4 PSG: Cavani scores 3

Edinson Cavani scored a hat-trick, while Neymar converted a penalty to help Paris Saint-Germain come away victorious against a hapless Monaco.

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Liverpool 2-0 Fulham: Salah, Shaqiri star for Liverpool

Mohamed Salah scored seconds after a Fulham goal was disallowed, and Xherdan Shaqiri doubled the lead in the 2nd-half as Liverpool beat Fulham 2-0.

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Roma 4-1 Sampdoria: El Shaarawy dazzles for Roma

Stephan El Shaarawy scored twice, including a spectacular chip, as Roma dominated Sapdoria with a 4-1 victory.

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Atalanta 4-1 Inter: Set pieces lift Atalanta

Josip Ilicic provided two assists from set pieces, and Alejandro Gómez netted a dazzling goal as Atalanta defeat Inter 4-1.

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Crystal Palace 0-1 Tottenham: Foyth wins it for Spurs

Juan Foyth's first-ever goal for Tottenham gave his side a deserved 1-0 at Selhurst Park against a listless Crystal Palace

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Leicester 0-0 Burnley: Foxes held on poignant day

In Leicester's first home game since the passing of Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, they were unable to get the win against a stout Burnley.

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SUNDAY'S BIG GAMES

Transfers

Transfer Talk: Sarri persuading Fekir to join Chelsea

Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri wants Lyon playmaker Nabil Fekir at Stamford Bridge and has spoken to him about a move. Transfer Talk has the latest.

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Transfer Rater: Sanchez to PSG? Lewandowski to leave Bayern?

Paul Mariner assesses the latest transfer rumours, including the chances Alexis Sanchez, Robert Lewandowski and Patrik Schick make moves in January.

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Extra Time: Is Serie A over? Should Henry be sacked?

The guys respond to your tweets about Craig Burley working on a Sunday, the Scudetto race, Thierry Henry at Monaco and Arsene Wenger to Bayern Munich.

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Nicol: Man United never posed a question to Man City

Steve Nicol and Craig Burley examine Manchester City's dominance of rivals Man United in a 3-1 derby win that showed the gulf between the two sides.

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Has Solari earned an extended run as Real Madrid boss?

As Real Madrid prepare to take the next step in replacing Julen Lopetegui, the FC crew discuss whether Santi Solari has earned a shot at the job.

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Betis loss shows Barca's defensive woes, preparation issues

After Barcelona's home defeat to Real Betis, the FC crew examine the club's issues in the back, and Gab Marcotti questions their preparation.

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Milan no match for Juve as Higuain sent off

Juventus asserted their dominance at the San Siro, but the FC crew give credit to Milan for keeping the match close in an adverse situation.

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Marcotti: Boca, River deliver 'absolutely rocking' first leg

Gab Marcotti breaks down the first leg of the Copa Libertadores final, a 2-2 thriller between eternal rivals Boca Juniors and River Plate.

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ESPN FC Best of the Week

Check out the best moments from ESPN FC over the past week, including Stevie miming a clown, Shaka's vast Europa League knowledge and more.

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Extra Time: Super League, Mourhino and more

The FC crew answer your questions about the potential European Super League, Jose Mourinho and much more!

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Dortmund twice come from behind to beat Bayern

Shaka Hislop recaps Borussia Dortmund's thrilling 3-2 win over rivals Bayern Munich in Der Klassiker.

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Burley: England shouldn't be celebrating any player

Craig Burley believes England hosting a 'farewell' game for Wayne Rooney makes a mockery of their friendly match against the United States.

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Extra Time: Firmino declining? Arsenal to win the Europa League?

The FC crew respond to your tweets about Liverpool, Arsenal and much more on today's edition of Extra Time.

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Lowe: Solari has reached Real Madrid's dressing room

Sid Lowe breaks down what Santiago Solari has done to get the best out of Real Madrid, with the club winning his first three matches in charge.

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English Premier League

Manchester is blue; Leicester honour chairman

Man City earned Manchester bragging rights with a win over city rivals Man United while Charlie Austin sounded off in a wild Premier League weekend.

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Unbeaten Chelsea show there is still work to do under Sarri

Chelsea are yet to lose an official match under Maurizio Sarri, but a 0-0 draw with Everton showed this is a team that still has a ways to go.

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