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What's trending: Liverpool lose at Villarreal, Daniel Sturridge benched

Jurgen Klopp says Liverpool will try everything they can to overcome Villarreal.
Villarreal struck in stoppage time against Liverpool and now take a one goal advantage in the tie.

Here are the latest stories from Friday.

LIVERPOOL: Jurgen Klopp has explained his decision not to use Daniel Sturridge in Liverpool's 1-0 defeat at Villarreal on Thursday, stressing that his focus was on maintaining stability.

- A fortnight after Liverpool scored an injury-time winner to reach the last four of the Europa League, they conceded one to lose the semifinal first leg 1-0 at Villarreal.

- Wolfsburg forward Andre Schurrle has refused to be drawn on speculation he could join...

Roberto Martinez on the brink at Everton as board leave him exposed

The ESPN FC crew look at whether Roberto Martinez deserves the blame for Everton's failings.

It was a defining week and a chance for Everton to show how good they can be, according to manager Roberto Martinez.

Two matches in less than 72 hours ended with a 4-0 humiliation at Liverpool and a heartbreaking FA Cup semifinal exit against Manchester United. An opportunity to claw back some dignity and end the season on a high at Wembley summoned a mostly lacklustre performance. In this week of high stakes and possible season-defining moments, the best Martinez and his players could muster was...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Leicester to win the Premier League or will Man United keep top four alive?

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti has paid tribute to Leicester for their remarkable season.

It has come down to this. In one of the greatest stories in sport, let alone football history, Leicester will be Premier League champions if they beat Manchester United on Sunday.

Just 12 months on from looking doomed to relegation to the Championship, the Foxes are on the brink of winning English football's biggest prize. It's absolutely extraordinary -- but will Manchester United spoil the party?

Louis van Gaal's men need a win to keep their faint top four hopes alive, while it's tense at the...

Van Gaal's system works, Mahrez a worthy winner, Barca bounce back

The FC crew break down Manchester United's FA Cup semifinal win against Everton and discuss Roberto Martinez's future.

Manchester United and Everton's FA Cup semifinal was billed as a clash between two embattled managers who needed to win the trophy to be sure to hang on to their jobs.

In fact, it's probably not quite like that. Louis van Gaal's future likely depends on a number of factors beyond winning the cup. Like finishing in the top four, or whether the United-owning Glazer family resolve their issues with appointing Jose Mourinho.

As for Roberto Martinez, such has been the vitriol heaped on him this season...

John Stones, Phil Jagielka stellar in Everton's late loss to Man United

Everton manager Roberto Martinez defended his position at the club after their exit in the Semi Final of the FA Cup to Manchester United.

A cruel, heartbreaking but entirely familiar 2-1 FA Cup semifinal defeat to Manchester United on Saturday saw another late goal spoil the day for Everton. These late concessions are the hallmark of this team. This latest came at the end of a semifinal in which more than 30,000 Evertonians spent much of the first hour wondering when exactly Everton were going to start performing.

United had the freedom of Wembley during the first half. Meanwhile, it took Romelu Lukaku's missed penalty to finally...

 By Tony Evans

Everton's crushing FA Cup semi loss to Man United could be end for Martinez

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol delves deeper into Man United and Everton's quite entertaining FA Cup semifinal.

LONDON -- Roberto Martinez looked glum. The Everton manager had just seen his team concede a stoppage-time goal to Anthony Martial that gave Manchester United a 2-1 victory at Wembley and earned Louis van Gaal's team a place in next month's FA Cup final. It was a crushing blow.

Martinez was booed at half-time, but Everton bounced back to dominate the second half. They showed the sort of battling commitment that their fans demanded at the interval, but that fighting instinct may have arrived too...