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Karim Benzema delivers dominant display, Alvaro Odriozola shines as Real Madrid win again

Karim Benzema scored a goal and forced an own-goal in Real Madrid's win over Celta Vigo, marking a fourth successive victory for Los Blancos.
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.

Santi Solari's fourth and final game as "interim" Real Madrid coach saw his side again nowhere near their fluid best, but battle through to a fourth consecutive win, with the 4-2 result mostly down to a tremendous centre-forward performance from Karim Benzema.

Positives

Benzema was just unstoppable tonight and easily the most decisive player on the pitch. Sergio Ramos showed he is becoming, somewhat surprisingly, a reliable penalty taker. Dani Ceballos filled in admirably in holding midfield and...

Paul Pogba future far from sure at Manchester United but where could he go?

Stewart Robson takes a look at the tactics that Jose Mourinho could deploy against City in the Manchester derby.
ESPN FC's Mark Ogden sits down with Man City's David Silva to discuss how the Manchester derby has evolved and his favourite moments in the rivalry.

Paul Pogba's performances in his past two games, which ended in late, late wins for Manchester United over Bournemouth and Juventus, are a microcosm of his time at the club. Over the course of those matches, he was pivotal yet peripheral, inspirational yet underwhelming.

When United looked to him against Bournemouth, he was often sublime, floating past the challenges of desperate opponents and conjuring an assist for Marcus Rashford's winning goal. Yet against Juventus, whose supporters raucously...

Transfer Talk: Keylor Navas to follow Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus?

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno assesses the latest transfer rumours around Anthony Martial, Eric Bailly, Jadon Sancho and many more.

The transfer window for all of Europe's big five leagues is closed, but that doesn't stop Transfer Talk from rummaging around to find out who will be moving where come January.

TOP STORY: Navas to follow Ronaldo to Juventus?

With Thibaut Courtois signed to replace him, three-time Champions League winning goalkeeper Keylor Navas could choose to leave the Bernabeu in January, according to reports.

Calciomercato suggests that Navas is upset with losing his starting place and is already searching...

Karim Benzema 8/10, Toni Kroos 7/10 in Real Madrid rout over Viktoria Plzen

Real Madrid could easily have been a goal and a man down in Wednesday's Champions League Group A game at Viktoria Plzen, before two goals in 143 seconds from Karim Benzema and Casemiro put them on the way to a comfortable victory. Benzema and Gareth Bale made it 0-4 by half-time, and Toni Kroos' neat chip was the cherry on top in the second half.

Positives

Benzema's first goal and Kroos' strike were both pieces of solo magic which Madrid's big players have not been providing enough of lately....

Manchester United not in top 10 of European fan club Power Rankings

Manchester United took on Liverpool in the 2018 International Champions Cup at the Michigan Stadium
Manchester United took on Liverpool in the 2018 International Champions Cup at the Michigan Stadium.

With global fan bases more important to big clubs than ever before -- as well as the revenue streams in lucrative foreign markets they bring, of course -- Europe's superpowers are all striving to rule the world.

Liverpool recently announced the welcome addition of 18 new official supporters' clubs dotted around the globe and there are now pockets of assembled Reds fans located in countries as diverse as the United States, Montenegro, Canada, Tanzania, China, Malaysia, Costa Rica and the Maldives...

Real Madrid's players must get club back on track. PLUS: Man United's midfield woe

Just about everybody who sticks around long enough at some point gets booed at the Bernabeu. Well, maybe Alfredo Di Stefano never got booed by his home support, but then, he's Di Stefano. So the fact that the likes of Gareth Bale and Sergio Ramos got a barracking from their own fans during the 2-0 win over Valladolid isn't surprising, particularly when you consider that until seven minutes from time, it was scoreless, and the visitors had hit the woodwork twice.

It's not a function of Real Madrid...