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Transfer Rater: Juan Mata to Inter Milan

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Man City chasing Bayern for longest winning run in Europe's top 5 leagues

Manchester City easily dispatch of Swansea City to win their 15th consecutive Premier League game.
Manchester City easily dispatch of Swansea City to win their 15th consecutive Premier League game.
The FC panel discuss the positive impact Pep Guardiola has had on English football and whether or not his City side can finish the season unbeaten.

Manchester City sealed a Premier League record run of 15 consecutive victories on Wednesday with a 4-0 win at Swansea City, but they still have a way to go before they can claim the record across Europe's top five leagues.

Pep Guardiola's side have the longest winning streak in the English top flight, and perhaps it's no surprise -- the Catalan coach is now looking to break his own continental record that he set at one of his former clubs.

ESPN FC's correspondents look at the best runs in La...

Samir Handanovic flawless in Inter's 0-0 draw with Juventus

Inter manager Luciano Spalletti reveals his disbelief at his side's performance after their 0-0 draw against Juventus.

Inter managed to come away from the J Stadium with a precious point after a hard-fought 0-0 draw. Juventus had most of the chances, Mario Mandzukic forcing a fine save off Samir Handanovic and seeing his follow-up be cleared off the line by Joao Miranda. The first half ended with the Croatian seeing a header hit the bar. A more subdued second period saw possession football rule the roost, Inter's only chance being sent just wide by Marcelo Brozovic.

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Juventus were better, but they hardly...

 By Mina Rzouki

Juve have conquered big challenges before but now must adjust to Inter

Max Allegri plays down the significance of Juventus' meeting with Inter, saying at least four clubs can still win Serie A.

It must be said, for a club that many have said is experiencing a crisis and is not at the level it was in previous years, Juventus have navigated through their tricky ties well. Not only did the Italian champions defeat Napoli to keep themselves in the hunt for the seventh consecutive Scudetto, they defeated Olympiakos in Greece to progress in the Champions League.

All that's left is the Derby d'Italia to round off the week, and if Juve succeed and defeat their most "hated" rival, they will have...

Inter have chance to show they are truly back in Derby d'Italia

It was a tad odd to see Inter fans mock Milan last week. Four-nil up against Chievo, the entire San Siro began to jump, yelling: "If you don't jump, you're a Rossonero." Why didn't they choose this weekend's opponent Juventus? Perhaps it was because the hated Diavolo had just sunk further into ridicule, or because certain habits die hard.

Still, it felt weird, because since the match-fixing scandal Calciopoli, most Inter faithful have it in more for Juventus than they do for their crosstown foes....

 By Chris Wright

Mauro Icardi, Ivan Perisic and Inter Milan stars sing Jingle Bells

With the big day just around the corner, Inter Milan have taken it upon themselves to spread a little festive cheer to their fans.

The Serie A side have produced their very own Christmas song with the whole Nerazzurri squad getting involved, reluctantly or otherwise.

As such, the likes of Mauro Icardi, Ivan Perisic and even club legend Javier Zanetti have lent their dulcet tones to "Inter Bells" -- a subtle reworking of the season classic "Jingle Bells".

We think you'll agree it's both joyful and...

Inter Milan riding high on confidence as they travel to free-scoring Juventus

A week after putting on a tactical masterclass in Naples, Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri has gone back to the drawing board. Ahead of Saturday's Derby d'Italia, another mouthwatering top of the table clash in Serie A, he made a simple but significant observation: "Inter are a different team. It'll be a different game."

Allegri was clever to pack the middle and leave the flanks to Napoli in the 1-0 win last week. By congesting the centre, Napoli's front three got bogged down and couldn't play...