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Barca Players celebrating Neymar Goal against Real Sociedad
FC Barcelona took a huge step towards qualification to next step in Copa Del Rey with and efficient 1-0 victory away against Real Sociedad. This was our first win at the Anoeta for ages; I don't remember when we win there last and may need the help of history books to trace that.
Celtic eased into the fifth round of the Scottish Cup on Sunday, courtesy of a 3-1 win against Scottish League One side Albion Rovers. The goal of the game undoubtedly came courtesy of Scott Sinclair, with the former Chelsea, Man City and Swansea attacker produced an exquisite curling finish.
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Sinclair's stunner was the opening goal of the game at theExcelsior Stadium, with the 27-year-old curling a magnificent effort into the top corner of the Wee Rovers' net.
The ground staff at theEstadio Gran Canaria scored a bit of an own-goal on Firday night, during Las Palmas' La Liga clash with Deportivo La Coruna. With the game in full flow, the sprinkler system suddenly turned on, with the ref (spoilsport!) temporarily halting the game.
The incident happened early in the second-half, with the hosts leading 1-0.
Move over 'United Passions', because it looks like there's a new worst football movie ever in town.
What you're about to witness is the trailor for a new movie that looks so ineffably awful that Guardian reviewer Stuart Heritage assumed it must be a deliberate hoaxof some sort.
Dangerous Game stars Callum Best (reality 'star' son of George) as a Premiership footballer who dabbles in robbing shoe shops while dressed as Gary Lineker on behalf of the Russian mafia or something like that.
Like a wily old cat toying with amauled, half-dead mouse, Arsene Wenger used his midweek press conference to trifle with a journalist inquiring intoAlexis Sanchez, Mesut Ozil, and the respectivecontractual negotiationsthereof.
Having previously flat-out refused to comment, it appeared fleetingly that the Arsenal managerwas about to open and offer an update on the situation, much to the surprise of everybody in the room.
In what was a fair old coup, the Scottish FA managed to get Rod Stewartto help perform the live televised draw for the fifth round of the Scottish Cup.
Unfortunately for them, it quickly became apparent that Sir Roderick may have taken rather liberal advantage of thehospitality on offer, as the 72-year-old rocklegend dive-bombed, swooshed, giggled and mugged his way through the entire thing!
Many a tear was shed as Chapecoense returned to the pitch to play their first game since the tragic plane crash that pretty much decimated their entire team in November.
With almost everybody in the sold-out tadium already in floods, three of the six survivors Neto, Alan Ruschel and goalkeeper Jackson Follmann, who had his leg amputated were presented with the Copa Sudamerica trophy before kick-off against Palmeiras.
While he's not the flashiest of signings, Marten de Roon has already become something of a minor fan favourite at Middlesbrough since joining in the summer principally for his tireless work-rate and by generally being as honest as the day is long.
Well, the Dutch midfielder may well have just gone and cemented his reputation with a lovely little gesture after recently receiving a hand-written letter from a young Boro' fan.
There was an outpouring of emotion at Sincil Bank last night as Lincoln City mustered a famous victory over Ipswich Town to reach the fourth round of the FA Cup for the first time in over 40 years.
Of course, the night was tinged with sadness due to the death of Graham Taylor, who was in charge of Lincoln the last time they made it into the fourth round way back in 1976 the same year he led them to the Fourth Division title.