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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Neymar limps off pitch during Brazil training - reports

Kaka trained with Brazil in ahead of their friendly fixtures against Costa Rica and the United States.

Brazil star Neymar left national team training on Wednesday night after speaking with a team doctor, according to multiple reports.

The Barcelona forward grabbed his right knee after shooting 20 minutes into training before limping off the training pitch in New Jersey, reports said.

According to TV3, Brazil manager Dunga decided not to risk the player for the rest of training and told him to rest.

Neymar just returned from two weeks on the sideline after contracting mumps. He made his season debut...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Lionel Messi always a target for Argentina, says Pablo Zabaleta

Lionel Messi edged out Luis Suarez and Cristiano Ronaldo to be named the UEFA Best Player in Europe for the 2014-15 season.
ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno and Alexis Nunes share their thoughts on Lionel Messi winning the UEFA Best Player in Europe award over Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo and Barcelona teammate Luis Suarez.
The ESPN FC team discuss Lionel Messi's role at Barcelona and speculate as to whether or not he is being overworked by the Spanish side.

Lionel Messi is always going to be criticised when Argentina lose, says Manchester City right-back Pablo Zabaleta.

Four-time Ballon d'Or winner Messi said last month that he has no plans to let harsh media criticism from back home in Argentina affect him following the tough Copa America final loss to Chile over the summer.

The Barcelona star is training with the team in Houston in preparation for two friendlies in the United States. Argentina play Bolivia on Friday in Houston and meet Mexico four...

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Singapore, Malaysia drop places in latest FIFA rankings

Bernd Stange's Singapore fell two places to 157 in the latest FIFA rankings.

Malaysia and Singapore are among the Asian nations who have fallen in the latest FIFA rankings.

Bernd Stange's side -- who held four-time Asian champions Japan to a draw in June -- have fallen two places and are ranked 157th.

The Lions lost 4-0 to Qatar in a friendly on Friday night, shipping in four second half goals after yet another super Izwan Mahbud show in goal in the first half.

Malaysia dropped one place to 169th.

Dollah Salleh's side have only a point in their Group A qualifiers and were...