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Live Reporting

Darryl Hammond and Steve Sutcliffe

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye

    That's all from us for now, on a morning where Manchester City fans must have woken up grinning from ear to ear.

    Bye for now!

    Pep Guardiola
  2. Antonio Conte's awful 'possibility'

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    He may well leave anyway but it is hard to envisage Antonio Conte still being at Chelsea next season if they fail to secure a place in next season's Champions League.

    Last season was the first Chelsea had spent outside the competition in 13 seasons and yesterday's defeat at Manchester United dropped the Blues down to fifth and outside the automatic qualification places for next term's.

    After the match I asked Conte whether Chelsea might miss out again.

    "It is a possibility for sure," he answered. "This country is the only one where you have six teams who can fight for a place in the Champions League.

    "We must understand this and be ready to fight but it will not be easy."

  3. Garth's XI

    One or two of Guardiola's players will certainly feature in Garth Crook’s Team of the Week. See who else joins them?

    Sergio Aguero and Vincen Kompany
  4. Principled Pep?

    The Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola does not just espouse beautiful football apparently.

    He says he will continue to wear the yellow ribbon that has led to him being charged by the Football Association for breaching its kit and advertising regulations.

    Guardiola has previously outlined that he wears the ribbon - which is deemed to be 'a political message' - to support imprisoned politicians in his native Catalonia.

    Read more here.

    Pep Guardiola
  5. West Brom's Pardew conundrum


    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    West Brom are stuck between a rock and a hard place when it comes to the future of manager Alan Pardew.

    Do they stick with him, knowing relegation is virtually certain but also in the knowledge they can address the club's future outside the top flight with a clear head in the summer?

    Or do they go for one last desperate gamble knowing it is unlikely to succeed and condemning the new manager to rebuild a club he has been responsible for taking down.

    It is not an envious situation that's for sure.

  6. Milan march on

    Milan full back Davide Calabria

    One of the few things that might have further soured Arsene Wenger's mood yesterday is the news of AC Milan grabbing a 2-0 away win at Roma.

    Milan, who grabbed their fifth win in a row thanks to goals Patrick Cutrone and Davide Calabria, face the Gunners in the next round of the Europa League next month.

  7. Griezmann bubbling

    Antoine Griezmann's form is bubbling up just as transfer speculation starts to gain traction ahead of the summer.

    Manchester United may have struggled to find the target in Seville but the French forward had no such problems. His hat-trick helped Atletico Madrid sweep to a 5-2 win as they moved back within seven points of La Liga leaders Barcelona.

    It's eight goals from as many games for Griezmann, whose future whereabouts is likely to receive further column inches in the English press.

    Antoine Griezmann
  8. Neymar injury scare

    PSG forward Neymar Jr

    Looking at action across the continent, PSG claimed a comfortable 3-0 win over Marseille in Le Classique, with Neymar setting up goals for Kylian Mbappe and Edinson Cavani.

    The one sour note for Unai Emrey's side is that the Brazilian was stretchered off with an ankle injury and is a serious doubt for the visit of Real Madrid in the Champions League next Tuesday.

  9. Celtic 10 up on Aberdeen

    Celtic made it 10 straight wins over Aberdeen with their 2-0 win away at Derek McInnes' side in the Scottish Premiership.

    Moussa Dembele and Kieran Tierney were among the goals. as both sides finished the match with 10 men. Watch the highlights below:

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  10. Get Involved - Captain Fantastic

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    Ope: The opening match of AFCON 1992, Stephen 'Big Boss' Keshi was culpable for the equaliser by the Senegalese captain Jules Bocande. He however made up with a rocket in the 89th mins to snatch victory from the jaws of a seemingly draw for the umpteenth time. RIP Keshi

    Nigeria's Stephen Keshi
  11. 'Pardew on the brink'

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    Alan Pardew will remain in charge of West Brom for Saturday's Premier League trip to Watford.

    Owner Guochuan Lai and chief executive Mark Jenkins agree they should continue to support Pardew despite Saturday's 2-1 home defeat by Huddersfield.

    Nevertheless, there is serious concern at The Hawthorns over the Baggies' perilous position in the table.

    Read more here.

  12. 'West Brom need a win'

    Another game another defeat, oh how delightful it must be to occupy Alan Pardew's office at West Bromwich Albion at the moment.

    If four successive defeats weren't bad enough, the Baggies are rooted to the foot of the Premier League, seven points adrift of safety. Please don't mention job security.

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    Video caption: West Brom 1-2 Huddersfield: Alan Pardew disappointed with 'ugly' performance
  13. Grant gone

    League One side Peterborough sacked manager Grant McCann last night following their 1-1 draw at home to AFC Wimbledon.

    The Posh are on a run of seven matches without a win, including four draws in their last four matches.

    Former Peterborough manager Grant McCann
  14. 'Very frustrating'

    Crystal Palace were so close. So close to hanging on for - in what is a tough relegation battle - a crucial point.

    With a catalogue of injuries to first team players, Hodgson handed a debut to academy winger Aaron Wan-Bissaka - at right back.

    Roy was understandably despondent after the final whistle, saying he "felt sorry" for the players.

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    Video caption: Late goal was cruel on Palace - Hodgson
  15. Faith in Kane

    Despite having to wait 88 minutes to see his striker score, Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino maintains he always believed Harry Kane and his side would grab a winner, adding "We had great players on the pitch and when you have them it's always possible to score"

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    Video caption: Crystal Palace 0-1 Spurs: I had faith in Harry Kane to score - Pochettino
  16. Get Involved - Captain Fantastic

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    John: Roy Keane v Holland in the World Cup qualifier in Lansdowne Rd. Upending Overmars in the first minute to set out his stall. If you think he was brilliant v Juventus in the Champions League in '99 you should’ve seen him this day better in my opinion. The epitome of Captain Fantastic!

    Roy Keane
  17. Valuable goals

    Kane is like a statistician's dream. With every goal he seems to achieve some kind of record.

    His late strike against Crystal palace was his 35th goal of the campaign, equaling his total for last season and scoring the 150th goal of his club career.

    There is little need to preach of his importance to Spurs' fans, but even so, his goals are worth 14 points to Tottenham, more than any other player in the Premier League this season.

    Harry Kane
  18. Kane Again

    Harry Kane

    Who else but Harry Kane to save Spurs’ skin?

    Just as it looked like Roy Hodgson’s injury-ravaged Crystal Palace side had held on for a critical point, the Tottenham striker pops up with a header in the 88th minute to break Eagles' hearts.

  19. Fifty thousand kick off FA People's Cup


    Manchester City's win at Wembley was not the only football cup event taking place over the weekend.

    The 2018 FA People's Cup - the biggest five-a-side tournament in the country - kicked off with more than 50,000 players taking part across 278 venues.

    Here's just a flavour of the action.

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    Video caption: FA People's Cup 2018: First-round highlights

    Read more about the first-round action here - and you can catch up with more of the action and stories from the matches around the country from our live text commentaries on Saturday and Sunday.

    You'll also be able to watch a highlights programme of the FA People's Cup on the Red Button and Online on Saturday, 3 March (12:55-14:00 and 22:00-23:00)

  20. Get Involved - Should Lingard start?

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    Should Jessie Lingard be a regular starter for Manchester United?

    Only Romelu Lukaku (22) has more goals than Lingard's tally of 13 this season but unlike the Belgium forward who has been a mainstay, 10 of Lingard's 24 Premier League appearances for United have been as a substitute.

    Does he deserve better? And if so where and who would he play instead of? Let us know your views.

    Jessie Lingard