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Vintage Klopp as Liverpool press Spurs

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Chelsea's masterclass of counter-attacking

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 By Michael Cox

Sevilla vs. Leicester offers an unusual, intriguing Champions League tie

Leicester has dropped dramatically in the Prem this season, the FC crew discuss if that form will carry over to the UCL.
Mark Donaldson and Craig Burley try to predict this week's UCL fixtures, as Leicester look to curb their struggling form.
Amid struggles in the Premier League, Leicester City face a Sevilla side trying to take the next step in Europe.

The tie between Sevilla and Leicester isn't the most glamorous in Champions League history -- pre-round-of-16 odds had neither club among top nine favoured to win the trophy -- but that is precisely what makes this meeting so fascinating: Sevilla and Leicester are two of European football's overachievers, albeit in completely different ways.

The Champions League has become depressingly repetitive in recent years -- this round has seen Bayern Munich and Arsenal and Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona...

 By Michael Cox

How Arsenal can beat Bayern: counter-attack, drop Giroud, target Xabi Alonso

Alison Bender and Don Hutchison get in the Bavarian spirit ahead Bayern Munich vs Arsenal.

Arsenal haven't reached the Champions League quarterfinal stage since 2009-10, and this week, their old foes Bayern Munich stand in the way of their progress. How might they defeat the German champions? Here's a five-point guide.

1. Play on the counter-attack

Only once under Arsene Wenger have Arsenal reached the European Cup final, back in 2006. And while Arsenal are renowned for their commitment to possession and dominating matches, that campaign was characterised by Arsenal playing in an...

Vintage Jurgen Klopp as Liverpool press Tottenham into submission

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol discusses Liverpool's win over Tottenham.
ESPN FC's Steve Nicol discusses Liverpool's win over Tottenham.
ESPN FC's Steve Nicol discusses Liverpool's win over Tottenham.
ESPN FC's Steve Nicol discusses Liverpool's win over Tottenham.

Liverpool produced a high-octane display that overwhelmed Tottenham in a 2-0 win at Anfield on Saturday. The Reds' performance was vintage Jurgen Klopp, their intensive pressing forcing Spurs into errors and turnovers that led to chances and, eventually, a first league win since December.

Their tactics could hardly be described as surprising, yet Spurs seemed unequipped to cope. They miscommunicated at the back and misplaced passes in midfield, inviting the hosts to run at their backline or, even...

Chelsea's counter-attacking masterclass too much for Arsenal

The Exploding Heads explain the latest protests by Groundhogs against Arsenal FC over the use of the term 'groundhog day'.
Craig Burley says enough is enough for leniency surrounding Wenger and has a go at Dan Thomas in this week's Takeaway.
Craig Burley says Chelsea's dominant performance versus Arsenal was an indication of why they're title favourites.
Antonio Conte thinks his experience means he's perfectly suited to guiding Chelsea to the Premier League title.
ESPN FC's Mark Ogden picks out Mesut Ozil and Theo Walcott for a lack of energy in Arsenal's loss at Chelsea.
Antonio Conte has nothing but good things to say about Chelsea's complete performance against Arsenal.

Antonio Conte pulled off another tactical triumph as Chelsea sealed their ninth straight home Premier League win on Saturday.

Many of their traits were on show to great effect: the deep defending, the lethal counter-attacks and the advantages offered by their 3-4-3.

As so often, the wing-backs played a crucial role. Chelsea went ahead when Victor Moses and Pedro attacked Arsenal down the right and enabled Diego Costa to beat Hector Bellerin to a cross, before Marcos Alonso converted the rebound....

Jurgen Klopp's far-post plan pays off in Liverpool draw vs. Chelsea

The ESPN FC crew discuss their takeaways from Liverpool's 1-1 draw against Chelsea at Anfield.

Chelsea earned a point at Anfield on Tuesday to go nine points clear at the top, having produced a robust defensive display that kept Liverpool at bay for large spells.

Antonio Conte tweaked the shape of his 3-4-3 system so that Eden Hazard did not have to track back too often, freeing him up to roam and link up with Diego Costa. With the visitors keeping a compact shape, Liverpool had possession but few chances in the opening stages.

It did not help Jurgen Klopp that Sadio Mane was deemed ready...

Manchester City vs. Tottenham: Pep's men press but wasteful in attack

The ESPN FC crew looks back at the key points from Manchester City's draw with Tottenham.

Tottenham snatched a point in a thrilling 2-2 draw at the Etihad on Saturday, where Manchester City were dominant but wasteful. Pep Guardiola long appeared to have outmanoeuvred Mauricio Pochettino, only to see Spurs come from 2-0 down to draw following a remarkable second half spell.

As ever, the two managers came out fighting, using adventurous game plans that featured fervent pressing and high defensive lines. Pochettino's system looked perilous, the wing-backs closing down City's and putting...