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TSN.ca presents its latest weekly power rankings for the 2013-14 Barclays Premier League staff. Rankings were weighted evenly between separate lists made by TSN Radio host and soccer analyst Gareth Wheeler as well as TSN.cas soccer editors. 1. Chelsea (Last Week- 2) Chelsea was not in action this week in the Barclays Premier League. 2. Liverpool (LW- 4) For the third time this season Daniel Sturridge scored the only goal in a 1-0 Liverpool victory, this time over longtime rival Manchester United. Simon Mignolet picked up his third clean sheet for Liverpool and once again looked brilliant in net for the Reds. Liverpool are now the only team with a 100% record in the league. 3. Manchester United (LW- 1) On the back foot for the majority of the first half, United were not able to find the breakthrough in the second and fell 1-0 to Liverpool. Robin van Persie, last season`s top scorer, failed to find the net for the second consecutive game. The late introduction of Javier Hernandez was not enough to spark United to a goal. 4. Manchester City (LW- 5) While it could have been more dominant, an impressive bounce-back 2-0 victory for City over Hull as they attempted to erase last weeks upset loss to Cardiff. Alvaro Negredo scored the opener and winner, while Yaya Toure scored his second quality free-kick goal of the season. 5. Arsenal (LW- 7) The North London derby is always a big occasion and this one was no different as the Gunners were able to steal the headlines from Spurs with a 1-0 victory. Olivier Giroud scored the only goal in the game for a team whose biggest moment of the week was yet to come. Arsenal would go on to make a big money transfer for Mesut Ozil from Real Madrid. 6. Tottenham (LW- 3) After splashing all of that money in the transfer window, Spurs still had to watch Arsenal celebrate a 1-0 victory in the first North London derby of the season. On the bright side, they were finally able to complete the transfer of Gareth Bale so they should be able to move on and move forward from those questions. 7. Stoke City (LW- 12) Jermaine Pennant fired home a free-kick to give Mark Hughes charges the victory they deserved in a game they mostly dominated. Kenwyne Jones was strong in the victory for Stoke City. 8. Norwich City (LW- 14) In front of their home fans, Norwich was able to earn their first victory of the season over Southampton on the strength of Nathan Redmonds 68th minute marker. It was the only goal in an end to end battle that saw chances wasted by both sides. 9. Southampton (LW- 6) Captain Adam Lallana smashed a ball off the post and the Saints had two major penalty shouts waved away, as they fell 1-0 to Norwich City. They were punished on the wings throughout the contest and it eventually led to their demise. 10. West Ham United (LW- 8) It was only after Stoke City took a 1-0 lead that West Ham came to life and tried to inject themselves into the match to find a goal. They were unfortunately not able to find the net and have now not scored since their opening contest. 11. Aston Villa (LW- 9) Aston Villa was not in action this week in the Barclays Premier League. 12. Everton (LW- 10) Prior to moving Marouane Fellaini to Manchester United, Everton earned their third draw from three games, scoreless against Cardiff City. They controlled the play and had a few good chances on goal but in the end were not able to breakthrough for the goal to earn their first victory of the season. 13. Cardiff City (LW- 13) Both the team and two goal man Fraizer Campbell were not able to duplicate the success they found in their victory over Manchester City, but they did earn a point in a scoreless draw against Everton. Keeper David Marshall was strong in goal for the Welsh side picking up the clean sheet. 14. Swansea City (LW- 17) After opening with two defeats, the Swans finally earned their first victory of the season, 2-0 over West Bromwich Albion. Ben Davies scored in the first half and Pablo in the second to secure the three points. 15. Newcastle United (LW- 19) 411 minutes from the start of the season until Hatem Ben Arfa fired home for Newcastle to hand them a 1-0 victory over Fulham. Tim Krul only had to face two shots to earn the clean sheet for his side who have suffered through a rough start to the season. Alan Pardews side looked good for the first time. 16. Fulham (LW- 11) Both Dimitar Berbatov and Darren Bent were both largely kept in check by Newcastle in Fulhams 1-0 defeat. They were intent to defend and try to pinch a winner on the counter attack but eventually their defence broke in the 86th minute sending them to their second defeat of the season. 17. Crystal Palace (LW- 20) After opening the season with two defeats, Palace finally got on the right side of a result with a 3-1 victory over Sunderland. Dwight Gayle scored the winner from the penalty spot in the 79th minute after their opponents were reduced to 10-men for a foul in the box. Jason Puncheon, who drew that foul, was a standout for the newly promoted side. 18. Hull City (LW- 16) Danny Graham had the chance, six minutes into the game, to put Hull ahead and perhaps cast doubt on a Manchester City team that already was carrying a shadow from their previous contest. He scuffed a clear chance on goal and eventually the Manchester City bullied their way to a 2-0 victory. What could have been if he had converted that opening chance. 19. West Bromwich Albion (LW- 15) The only team in the Barclays Premier League that has yet to score, West Brom fell 2-0 to Swansea and slipped to the bottom of the table. They were not badly out played in the contest, or really out played at all, but were not able to convert chances when they created them. 20. Sunderland (LW- 18) Still searching for their first win of the season, Sunderland found it very hard dealing with Crystal Palace who beat them 3-1. John OShea was sent off for tripping Jason Puncheon in the area leading to the deciding penalty goal. Prior to the sending off they were already chasing the game and the man disadvantage sealed the deal. Brandon Jennings Knicks Jersey . Three pitches later, he was hugging Mike Napoli at home plate after his teammates winning home run. Napoli and Ortiz hit consecutive homers with one out in the 10th inning and the Boston Red Sox rallied past Minnesota 2-1 Wednesday, sending the Twins to their fifth straight loss. Patrick Ewing Knicks Jersey . 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Trailing 2-1 from the first leg, Fiorentina levelled on aggregate in the 14th minute when Joaquin Sanchez Rodriguez headed back a long ball from David Pizarro and Pasqual smashed home an angled volley.LAS VEGAS -- He was the Golden Boy, a fighter who brought in fans for decades after winning a gold medal at the 1992 Olympics. Oscar De La Hoya fought 45 times in 16 years as a pro, winning 39 of them along his way to titles in six different weight classes. He made millions, and his huge fan base made other fighters who beat him stars in their own right. But success came at a price, including two stints in rehab for alcohol abuse, which De La Hoya says plagued him since his youth in East Los Angeles. Some details about De La Hoya: DRINKING: De La Hoya says he was drinking throughout much of his career, including at the Olympics and in the weeks before his final fight, a loss to Manny Pacquiao in December 2008. RETIREMENT IS TOUGH: De La Hoya fought past his prime. Most boxers do fight too long, he said, mostly because they miss the attention. "I would always ask, Now what?" De La Hoya said. "Whats going to fill the void of the adrenaline, the excitement, and the cheers in the ring? It shows you can get lost when you stop doing something you love. Youre not prepared to handle it and you can make some wrong choices." At least he kept and invested much of the $300 million he earned. De La Hoya says that was a lesson he learned from retired boxers. PAY ATTENTION TO THE BAD STUFF: De La Hoya has some advice for any athlete, not just fighters. Take a look at the bad things that happen, learn from them, and try to avoid the mistakes others have made.dddddddddddd. "Take a look at my career and look at all the negatives and just dont do what I did," he said. "Its easier said than done but its true. Dont look at the good things we did because thats too easy. Take the bad and what happens in our lives and learn from it." MAYWEATHER ISNT UNBEATABLE: De La Hoya might have won his 2007 fight against Floyd Mayweather Jr. if he would have kept using his jab late in the fight. Age and a bad rotator cuff prevented that, but De La Hoya says Mayweather can be had if fighters keep calm and follow a good game plan. "What happens now is they lose before they step into the ring," he said. "Mayweather outsmarts them." BOXING ISNT DEAD: The problems with boxing are simple and easily solved, De La Hoya says. Top boxers like Mayweather need to fight more often, and different promoters have to match their best fighters against boxers with other promoters to make more big fights. De La Hoya says he is all in now on his promotional company, Golden Boy Promotions, and believes the seemingly insatiable demand by sports programmers for live content will keep boxing popular for years to come. "We havent even scratched the surface," he said. 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