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Liverpool fans' ridicule shows how Mourinho has fallen

"Don't sack Mourinho!" sang jubilant home supporters at Anfield, but despite Manchester United's latest woeful display, do not expect a swift change to come at Old Trafford.

After loss to Liverpool, Man Utd have a Mourinho problem

After Sunday's loss to Liverpool, it begs the question: What's the point of Manchester United keeping Jose Mourinho anyway?

Marcotti: Issue with Pogba all Mourinho's creation

Gab Marcotti believes the personality issue between Paul Pogba and Jose Mourinho is merely the Man United manager's attempt to create a scapegoat.

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Premier League team of the weekend: Week 17

Are too many Liverpool stars excluded from Gab Marcotti's Premier League team of the weekend after their win over Manchester United?

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Extra Time: Liverpool's best chance? Mourinho's next job?

The FC crew answer your tweets on Liverpool's chances of winning the Premier League, Jose Mourinho's ability to manage a top side again and more.

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highlights

Prem: Cardiff's Etheridge shines in top saves from Week 17

Relive the top stops from Week 17 of the 2018-19 Premier League season, including a pair of magnificent saves from Neil Etheridge.

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Prem: Watford-Cardiff dominate top goals of Week 17

Relive the top goals from Week 17 of the 2018-19 Premier League season, as Watford and Cardiff steal the spotlight with some stunning strikes.

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Liverpool 3-1 Man United: Klopp finally beats United

Liverpool beat Manchester United for the first time since 2013-14 as they reclaim the top spot in the Premier League from Manchester City.

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Southampton 3-2 Arsenal: Saints end Gunners' run

A Danny Ings brace and a late Charlie Austin winner helped Southampton triumph over Arsenal, ending the Gunner's four-month unbeaten run.

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Brighton 1-2 Chelsea: Eden Hazard stars

Eden Hazard assisted the first and scored the second goal for Chelsea as the Blues escape Brighton with all three points.

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Daley Blind scores unlikely hat trick in Ajax rout

Daley Blind and Hakim Ziyech both scored hat tricks for Ajax in an eight-goal rout of Eredivisie basement dwellers De Graafschap.

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Roma 3-2 Genoa: Giallorossi survive a scare

Genoa twice took the lead at the Stadio Olimpico, but Roma and under-fire manager Eusebio Di Francesco found a way to end a five-match winless run.

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Cagliari 0-1 Napoli: Milik to the rescue

Napoli missed an array of chances in Sardinia before Arkadiusz Milik buried a stoppage-time free kick to seal all three points against Cagliari.

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Man City 3 - 1 Everton: Jesus at the double as City sink Everton

Gabriel Jesus scored twice as Man City produced a convincing win over a battling Everton side in Manchester.

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Tottenham 1-0 Burnley: Eriksen rescues Spurs

Substitute Christian Eriksen's 91st minute strike gave Tottenham an undeserved win over a gutsy Burnley, at Wembley.

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Torino 0-1 Juventus: Ronaldo wins Turin derby

A second-half penalty by Cristiano Ronaldo proved decisive as Juventus held on to win an uneventful Turin derby.

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Inter 1-0 Udinese: Cheeky Icardi wins it

Mauro Icardi scored with a Panenka, 10 minutes after missing a point-blank header, to help Inter cap a tough week with a win over Udinese.

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LIVE Transfer Talk: Anfield snub last straw for Pogba

Paul Pogba has had enough after he was an unused sub in Manchester United's 3-1 loss at Liverpool. Transfer Talk is LIVE with the latest.

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Exploding Heads: Anyone want Danny Welbeck?

With the January transfer window fast approaching the Exploding Heads reach out to a few managers and players to sort out their future.

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Super-sub Shaqiri stars, Liverpool add to Man United's woe

Liverpool deservedly beat Man United to recapture top spot in the Premier League, Xherdan Shaqiri's brace helping spare a glaring Alisson mistake.

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Liverpool 3-1 Manchester United: Klopp finally beats United

Liverpool beat Manchester United for the first time since 2013-14 as they reclaim the top spot in the Premier League from Manchester City.

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Mourinho doesn't regret not playing Pogba

Jose Mourinho was happy with his team selection and has no regrets about not playing Paul Pogba

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Klopp hails 'perfect' Liverpool after Man United win

Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp rated the 3-1 win over Manchester United as one of the best performances he has seen since he has been at the club as he reflected on what he called a perfect night.

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Mourinho: Man United can still catch top four

Manchester United's Jose Mourinho believes he can still reach the top four in the second half of the season despite trailing fourth-placed Chelsea by 11 points.

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Marcotti: Issue with Pogba all Mourinho's creation

Gab Marcotti believes the personality issue between Paul Pogba and Jose Mourinho is merely the Man United manager's attempt to create a scapegoat.

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Burley: Man United a team with no leadership

Following Manchester United's resounding defeat at Liverpool, Craig Burley slams the club's lack of leadership, from the boardroom to the pitch.

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Mourinho insists he has players' backing in testy exchange

Jose Mourinho did not appreciate getting asked if he has the backing of the dressing room following Manchester United's loss to Liverpool.

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Liverpool exorcises demons against Manchester United

With Liverpool getting their first league win over Manchester United since 2014, FC's Shaka Hislop examines the gulf in class between the two sides.

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Shaqiri's 2nd moves Liverpool further ahead

English Premier League: Xherdan Shaqiri (80') Liverpool 3-1 Manchester United

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America's historic title comes on unlucky back of Cruz Azul

Edson Alvarez ensured that Club America achieved a record 13th Liga MX title -- and that Cruz Azul's 21-year drought continued another season.

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Club America and U.S. national team midfielder Joe Corona describes lifting the Liga MX title in Estadio Azteca as a "dream come true."

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Alvarez, Lainez among top peformers of Liga MX final

Despite finishing runners-up to Club America, several Cruz Azul players were also among ESPN FC's best XI of the Liga MX final.

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Extra Time: Liverpool's best chance? Mourinho's next job?

The FC crew answer your tweets on Liverpool's chances of winning the Premier League, Jose Mourinho's ability to manage a top side again and more.

11:22

Burley: Man United a team with no leadership

Following Manchester United's resounding defeat at Liverpool, Craig Burley slams the club's lack of leadership, from the boardroom to the pitch.

2:06

Marcotti: Issue with Pogba all Mourinho's creation

Gab Marcotti believes the personality issue between Paul Pogba and Jose Mourinho is merely the Man United manager's attempt to create a scapegoat.

1:57

Premier League team of the weekend: Week 17

Are too many Liverpool stars excluded from Gab Marcotti's Premier League team of the weekend after their win over Manchester United?

2:22

Extra Time: Children on set and Venezuelan football snacks

Dan Thomas' son makes a brief appearance on Extra Time before he and Alejandro discuss football delicacies from around the world and more.

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Real Madrid earn narrow win

Alejandro Moreno and Dan Thomas reflect on Real Madrid's nervy 1-0 over Rayo Vallecano in La Liga.

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Spurs scrape win, City back on top

Alejandro Moreno and Dan Thomas recap all the action from Saturday's array of fixtures in the Premier League.

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ESPN FC Best of the Week

Check out the best of ESPN FC from the past week, including the crew's coffee orders, and worst training punishments.

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Which Milan side had a worse week in Europe?

Inter fell from the Champions League to the Europa League, while Milan bowed out of Europe altogether. Gab Marcotti reveals which side is worse off.

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Social media a 'vehicle for good' during Hegerberg twerk comment

ESPN's Alexis Nunes and Kate Markgraf provide their thoughts concerning the twerk comment made by the DJ at the Ballon d'Or ceremony.

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Hislop: Dembele's problems stem from childhood

Shaka Hislop's take on Ousmane Dembele is that his reliance on and preference for his childhood friends is part of the culture growing up in a disadvantaged neighborhood.

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