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Bayern earning draw amid Anfield atmosphere hardly a nightmare for Liverpool

Jurgen Klopp failed to get one over on former foe Bayern Munich as Liverpool were held to a 0-0 draw in the first leg of their second round Champions League tie at Anfield.

LIVERPOOL, England -- There are times when people get carried away with the emotion of a European night at Anfield. The noise, the colour, the fear that makes world-class opposition players freeze in their tracks; all those elements helped drive Liverpool to the Champions League final last season, but Bayern Munich debunked some myths as they secured a 0-0 round-of-16 first-leg draw on Tuesday.

Bayern, five-time European champions just like Liverpool, turned up, shrugged their shoulders...

Sarri's Chelsea future depends on mercy of Abramovich after FA Cup exit

Paul Pogba and Ander Herrera secured Man United's place in the FA Cup quarterfinals as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side knocked out 2018 winners Chelsea.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley says Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri looks over matched in the Premier League, after yet another lackluster performance from the club.

LONDON -- It is a long way back now for Maurizio Sarri as Chelsea manager. The players appear to have stopped listening a while ago, but now that the supporters have lost patience with him, this chastening FA Cup defeat against Manchester United could be the final straw.

A manager can limp on for only so long when the players aren't winning games for him, especially at a club like Chelsea.

But when the supporters vent their fury -- the Chelsea fans chanted "F--- Sarri-ball" and "You don't...

Man City keep 'quadruple' pursuit alive as everybody wins in throwback FA Cup tie at Newport County

Phil Foden and Manchester City put an end to Newport County's FA Cup run, beating the League Two side at Rodney Parade to reach the quarterfinals.

NEWPORT, South Wales -- As Newport's players soaked in the applause at full-time, Pep Guardiola circulated the Rodney Parade pitch until he had shaken hands with each and every one. He had an extra word or two for Padraig Amond -- the striker who had, for a tantalising minute or so, given the League Two side a vision of the impossible. In the end Guardiola could afford to be generous with his sentiments and Manchester City, with the most fiendish of banana skins avoided, retain their dream of a...

Millwall living FA Cup dream amid harsh reality of impending Championship relegation fight

Millwall's FA Cup dream remained on track with a headed goal from Murray Wallace securing a place in the sixth round.

LONDON -- For two clubs who have caught the attention of Hollywood scriptwriters, this Fifth Round FA Cup tie was a rather low-key affair.

The story of AFC Wimbledon, the phoenix club formed by fans after the original Wimbledon FC relocated from South London to Milton Keynes, is being turned into a film by American studio Fox 2000.

Millwall's reputation for fan violence earned the club's fans the dubious honour of a depiction in the much-mocked 2005 hooligan hagiography Green Street Hooligans.


Pochettino shows why he's ready for the big time in Spurs' dismantling of Dortmund

Craig Burley and the ESPN FC crew credit Tottenham for taking the game to Dortmund in the second half of their 3-0 win at Wembley.
ESPN FC's Bundesliga correspondent Raf Honigstein explains where it all went wrong for Dortmund in the second half against Tottenham.

LONDON -- By now, we should probably know better than to doubt Mauricio Pochettino.

Tottenham's dismantling of Borussia Dortmund was a reminder that it's no wonder that if/when he chooses to leave Spurs, he will be able to pick exactly where he wants to go next. The Manchester United hierarchy are obviously already fully aware of Pochettino's talents -- and Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain have also been credited with interest -- but after watching Ole Gunnar Solskjaer demonstrate his limitations...

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer outsmarted by Thomas Tuchel as Man United slump vs. classy PSG

Craig Burley calls Manchester United's 2-0 loss to PSG a lesson in football as the FC crew react to United's first loss under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The FC crew assess Paul Pogba's performance before his red card against PSG and why he didn't play to the level he has demonstrated in recent weeks.

MANCHESTER -- There is no hiding place in the Champions League, but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer probably wanted one as he and his Manchester United team were outclassed and outsmarted by Thomas Tuchel and Paris Saint-Germain in the first leg of this round-of-16 tie at Old Trafford.

As if being beaten 2-0 by a rampant PSG was not bad enough, Solskjaer also had to watch two of his in-form forwards -- Jesse Lingard and Anthony Martial -- limp off with injuries, while the red card Paul Pogba received in the...