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LIVE: Ronaldo sees red for Juve; Man City trail 2-1

Cristiano Ronaldo has been sent off after clashing with Valencia's Jeison Murillo. Elsewhere, holders Real Madrid, as well as both Manchester clubs, are in Champions League action.

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Ronaldo could miss Man United return

Juventus striker Cristiano Ronaldo was sent off in his side's opening Champions League match at Valencia on Wednesday.

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PSG must come together to have any UCL hope

Paris Saint-Germain are made up of dozens of world-class players, but in the Champions League, it takes those talents playing together as a team.

Project Football: Experiencing Liverpool's PSG win

ESPN FC chronicles Liverpool's Champions League matchweek against PSG, from the buildup around the city to the celebrations following Firmino's winner.

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Wednesday Champions League predictor

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno and Ross Dyer make their picks for Wednesday's Champions League fixtures.

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Courage beat Red Stars, advance to championship game

Jessica McDonald and Sam Mewis score as North Carolina tops Chicago 2-0 in the NWSL semifinals.

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Transfer Talk: United join PSG in race for Brazilian Paqueta

PSG could use help in midfield, but Manchester United will challenge them for Flamengo 21-year-old Lucas Paqueta. Transfer Talk has the latest.

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Transfer Rater: Kante to Juventus? Ramsey to Milan?

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop explains the likelihood of N'Golo Kante or Isco going to Juventus, Manchester United landing Nicolas Pepe and more.

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Domestic struggles make for interesting Campeones Cup

Toronto and Tigres are representing MLS and Liga MX as champions in the Campeones Cup, but their domestic forms have been anything but title worthy.

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Altidore: Liga MX better, but MLS future brighter

The U.S. international said Tuesday he likes what MLS is doing to catch up to the quality of Liga MX.

Ferretti: Toronto FC would fight for Liga MX title

Ahead of Wednesday's inaugural Campeones Cup, Tigres coach Ricardo Ferretti said that Toronto FC would be among the best in Liga MX.

Bored Neymar is short-changing PSG

Neymar is a talent, there is no question about that, but he is finding it tough. He looks bored and disinterested; PSG are being short-changed.

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PSG must play as a team to have any hope in Europe

Paris Saint-Germain are made up of dozens of world-class players, but in the Champions League, it takes those talents playing together as a team.

Project Football: Experiencing Liverpool's PSG win

ESPN FC chronicles Liverpool's Champions League matchweek against PSG, from the buildup around the city to the celebrations following Firmino's winner.

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Burley: PSG easy to play against

Craig Burley asserts PSG's inability to close down and apply pressure in midfield was what cost them against Liverpool's potent attack.

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Extra Time: PSG's Europe woes & struggling Salah

The guys respond to your tweets about Liverpool's win over PSG, including Salah's struggles, assigning blame for PSG and comparing the two No. 9s.

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Neymar goes missing as Liverpool dominate PSG

ESPN FC's Craig Burley & Paul Mariner break down Liverpool's deserved win over PSG and highlight Neymar's disappearance during the match.

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Being a flexible fantasy manager is key to success

Balancing risk and reward is a delicate art in ESPN Fantasy Soccer. Kieran Darcy explains why being flexible as the week's action unfolds is key to victory.

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How Arsenal and Chelsea should approach Europa League

Shaka Hislop and Alexis Nunes talk Europa League and if it's in the best interest of Arsenal and Chelsea to take the competition seriously.

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Extra Time: PSG's Europe woes & struggling Salah

The guys respond to your tweets about Liverpool's win over PSG, including Salah's struggles, assigning blame for PSG and comparing the two No. 9s.

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Neymar goes missing as Liverpool dominate PSG

ESPN FC's Craig Burley & Paul Mariner break down Liverpool's deserved win over PSG and highlight Neymar's disappearance during the match.

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Pochettino needs to change Spurs less

Craig Burley believes Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino should practice the team-continuity that is helping Liverpool succeed this season.

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Burley: PSG easy to play against

Craig Burley asserts PSG's inability to close down and apply pressure in midfield was what cost them against Liverpool's potent attack.

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Extra Time: PSG's vs. Liverpool's front 3; Hazard or Salah?

The FC guys answer your tweets on whether PSG or Liverpool have the superior front three, if Eden Hazard will outshine Mohamed Salah this season and more.

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Ask the Ref: Tottenham-Liverpool controversies

Former Prem referee Peter Walton weighs in on the biggest decisions from Tottenham-Liverpool, including a late penalty shout that was waved off for Spurs.

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Extra Time: Costa's spit, Zlatan's goal, Chelsea's chances

The guys respond to your tweets about Douglas Costa, Chelsea as Premier League contenders, hyping Mauricio Pochettino and Ibrahimovic's 500th goal.

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Where Hazard ranks among Europe's elite

Alexis Nunes and Shaka Hislop delve into Maurizio Sarri's comment that Eden Hazard is the best European footballer.

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