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After Federico Valverde's red card for Real Madrid, here are the most cynical players of all time

Real Madrid outlasted Atletico Madrid in penalties to win the Supercopa after extra time finished 0-0.

Real Madrid's Federico Valverde produced one of the all-time classic red cards to prevent a certain goal for Atletico Madrid, so it's only right we pay homage to some of the greatest examples of, er, gamesmanship. 

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Sokratis, Luiz both 4/10 as Arsenal's winless run extends to nine

Steve Nicol is skeptical the Gunners would pay a premium for Atletico manager Diego Simeone.
Stewart Robson explains why Rafa Benitez may be the most practical option to manage Arsenal.

Although Freddie Ljungberg would have been pleased with his side's reaction following a torrid first half under the lights against Brighton & Hove Albion, the visitors were good value for their 2-1 win at Arsenal, their first victory at the Emirates.

Adam Webster gave the visitors the lead, and despite Alexandre Lacazette's header leveling the score earlier in the second half, Neal Maupay answered with the match winner, which heaped more misery on Ljungberg's men.

To make matters worse, the Gunners...

Soccer's Bizarro All-Stars: The players who are brilliant at the skills they shouldn't have

Keepers make saves. Defenders prevent shots. Midfielders pass the ball, and attackers score it.

BORING.

Sure, soccer is slowly moving toward the positional flexibility we're seeing in other professional sports -- or perhaps back toward the fluidity that was required to play Total Football. However, there's still a general expectation that comes with every position on the field, and we laud players for meeting those expectations. Just look at the Ballon d'Or nominees: It's yet another list...

Arsenal have David Luiz and Chambers to thank for Bournemouth win

Arsenal are up to third, and Craig Burley says Unai Emery's side can still go to another level.

Arsenal made it eight games unbeaten in all competitions as they edged past Bournemouth with a 1-0 win at the Emirates. David Luiz headed in the early winner from a nice Nicolas Pepe corner and, while they came under pressure, the result never seemed to be in much doubt.

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The hosts had a high-pressing stance from the word go and didn't allow Bournemouth to breathe on the ball for large portions of the game. They weren't bullied off the ball so easily from a defensive standpoint and they...

Arsenal slump to draw at Watford thanks to 5/10 David Luiz, Matteo Guendouzi

Shaka Hislop slams Unai Emery for his lack of leadership and Arsenal for their calamitous play out of the back in their draw against Watford.

Arsenal failed to get back to winning ways in the Premier League as they surrendered a two-goal advantage to draw 2-2 with Watford at Vicarage Road. target="_blank">Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored twice in the first 45 minutes to heap the pressure onto the Hornets, but a Tom Cleverley strike and Roberto Pereyra penalty ensured the two sides shared the spoils.

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Arsenal were often able to carve Watford out at the back and whenever they made their way down the wings, there was an ever-present...

David Luiz's shocker proves it's the same old calamitous Arsenal

LIVERPOOL, England  -- It was as if David Luiz felt so embarrassed by the damaging recklessness of what he had just done that he felt some kind of knee-jerk moral compulsion to acknowledge his mistake.

The second half was two minutes old at a warm, summery Anfield and Arsenal, though 1-0 down, were just about holding their own. That's when Mohamed Salah made a move to latch onto a prodded pass by Roberto Firmino and Luiz instinctively yanked at the Liverpool No. 11's shirt. The Brazilian...