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Football | FA Cup

Pie-eating Shaw quits Sutton in tears
The Sutton United goalkeeper filmed eating a pie while on the substitutes bench during his side's 2-0 FA Cup defeat by Arsenal quit the club in tears on Tuesday after admitting a "costly error of judgment" Read full article
Leicester complain over Millwall crowd
Leicester City have complained to the Football Association (FA) about "abuse, provocation and intimidation" aimed at their players, staff and fans during Saturday's FA Cup defeat by third-tier Millwall. Read full article
Wenger relieved to beat Sutton
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said his team would have faced FA Cup humiliation against non-league Sutton United had they shown less application in their fifth-round victory. Read full article
Walcott ends Sutton's FA Cup dream
Theo Walcott scored his 100th Arsenal goal as Arsene Wenger's side ended non-league minnows Sutton United's FA Cup fairytale with a 2-0 victory in the FA Cup on Monday. Read full article
Rashford targets Blues revenge mission
Marcus Rashford insists Manchester United will be on a revenge mission when they face Chelsea in the FA Cup quarterfinals at Stamford Bridge. Read full article
Sutton's plastic pitch worries Wenger
Arsene Wenger has expressed fears about Sutton United's synthetic 3G pitch ahead of Arsenal's perilous FA Cup fifth-round match against the non-league minnows on Monday. Read full article
Saints not Chelsea on Mou's mind
Jose Mourinho refused to dwell on the prospect of facing his former club Chelsea in the FA Cup quarterfinals after Manchester United negotiated a difficult fifth-round visit to Blackburn Rovers. Read full article
Spurs, United restore order to FA Cup
Lincoln City boss Danny Cowley hailed his giantkillers for bringing the "magic" back to the FA Cup on Saturday but, 24 hours later, Tottenham and Manchester United restored order to the competition. Read full article
Mou faces Chelsea return in Cup
Jose Mourinho will have to get past former club Chelsea if FA Cup holders Manchester United are to keep their hopes of retaining the trophy alive following the quarterfinal draw on Sunday. Read full article
Ibra fires Man Utd into quarters
Paul Pogba and Zlatan Ibrahimovic combined to score the winning goal that carried Manchester United through to the FA Cup quarterfinals in a 2-1 win at Blackburn Rovers. Read full article
Kane hat-trick as Spurs beat Fulham
Harry Kane's fifth hat-trick for Tottenham and second this year eased the Premier League club past second-tier Championship side Fulham 3-0 and into the FA Cup quarterfinals on Sunday. Read full article
Sutton seek scalp of Wenger
A plastic pitch, a vulnerable heavyweight and minnows with giant-killing pedigree could conspire to produce one of the great FA Cup shocks when Arsenal visit non-league Sutton United on Monday. Read full article
Lincoln boss hails 'life-changing' Cup run
The manager of non-league Lincoln City said his club had been on a "life-changing" run in the FA Cup after they knocked Premier League Burnley out of the competition in one of the all-time great upsets. Read full article
Conte wary of 'Double' talk
Antonio Conte has warned his players to avoid complacency as they seek to become just the third club in the history of English football to win the Premier League and FA Cup 'Double' on two separate occasions. Read full article
Kompany report buoys Guardiola
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola insisted Vincent Kompany had not suffered a serious injury setback after the captain missed Saturday’s goalless FA Cup draw at Huddersfield Town. Read full article
Chelsea muzzle Wolves in FA Cup
Second-half goals from Pedro and Diego Costa earned Premier League leaders Chelsea a 2-0 win in a difficult FA Cup fifth-round tie at second-tier Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday. Read full article
Lincoln, Millwall claim famous upsets
Non-league Lincoln City and third-tier Millwall struck late, late winners as Burnley and Premier League champions Leicester City were humbled on a historic day in the FA Cup on Saturday. Read full article
Five great FA Cup upsets
Non-league Lincoln City claimed a piece of FA Cup history on Saturday when they stunned Premier League side Burnley 1-0 in the fifth round at Turf Moor. Read full article
Lacklustre City held by Huddersfield
Manchester City face an unwanted replay in the last 16 of the FA Cup after labouring to a 0-0 draw at second tier Championship side Huddersfield on Saturday. Read full article
'It's mad' says Lincoln hero Raggett
Goalscorer Sean Raggett summed up as "mad and crazy" his side Lincoln becoming the first non league team in over a century to reach the FA Cup quarterfinals after ousting Premier League side Burnley Read full article
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