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Summary

  1. Liverpool top of the Premier League heading into the international break
  2. Man City come from 2-0 down at Swansea to reach FA Cup semi-finals
  3. Wolves knock Man Utd out to reach FA Cup last four
  4. Chelsea suffer shock 2-0 Premier League defeat at Everton
  5. Get Involved: Tweet #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

Live Reporting

By Laura Savvas

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    Right, you're all up to date!

    Thanks for keeping me company this morning - until next time.

    Jurgen Klopp
  2. 'Ozil is the king of assists, and now he came through to assist the boy'

    Our time together is almost over, so let's lift your spirits and end on a positive note.

    What a wonderful story this is...

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  3. Things you may have missed in the EFL's weekend action

    The race for the Premier League took another twist, a referee was at the centre of a key incident almost too bizarre to explain in a crucial relegation clash, and a team scored with basically every attack for about 10 minutes.

    The theme of Saturday's EFL action was goals - keeping them out, not scoring them, breaking a record, going goal-crazy and scoring a pretty crazy goal.

    Here are some of the things you might have missed.

    Crewe tweet
  4. Premier League, EFL & FA accused of 'double standards' for not holding mosque attack tribute

    The Premier League, English Football League and Football Association have been accused of "double standards" for not holding tributes for 50 people killed in New Zealand's mosque attacks.

    Six Nations and rugby league games held silences at the weekend but English top flight and FA Cup games did not.

    Premier League clubs wore black bands and France's national anthem was played after November 2015's Paris attacks.

    Yunus Lunat, former FA race equality board chair, called it "hypocrisy".

    Read more of Shamoon Hafez's article here.

    Watford and Manchester United players line up in the centre circle for a minute's silence in November 2015
  5. Record crowd watches Barcelona Women beat Atletico Madrid 2-0

    Atletico Madrid 0-2 Barcelona

    Imagine the feeling of scoring in front of 60,000 fans in the Champions League.

    That's exactly what England's Toni Duggan did on Sunday night, as a record crowd watched Barcelona Women beat Atletico Madrid 2-0 at the Wanda Metropolitano.

    The attendance was a record for a top-flight domestic women's game in Europe.

    Toni Duggan
  6. Get Involved - The best goal you've seen or scored

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    SMS Message: Best goal has to be Terry McDermott v Spurs in 7-0 win I think 1978. Perfection. from Anon
    Anon
    SMS Message: Mario Gotze's goal against Argentina in the world cup final - the improvisation in that moment to get the ball in the net was just the best thing I've ever seen! from Mark Holst
    Mark Holst
    SMS Message: Best goal I've seen. Kinkladze v Southampton. Best I've scored from inside my own half straight over the keeper. Pull my shorts down and got sent off... from Gary Buxton
    Gary Buxton
  7. James Maddison dedicates Burnley goal to Norwich girl

    Leicester City midfielder James Maddison paid a touching tribute to his friend and supporter Sophie Taylor, five, from Norwich, who died early in January a year after being diagnosed with bone cancer.

    Maddison, who met Sophie when he played for Norwich City, scored from a free-kick in Saturday's 2-1 win at Burnley.

    The 22-year-old revealed he was wearing a top saying "RIP Sophie I Love You", but was shown a yellow card.

    Fans criticised the booking on social media, with one saying the officials "should have shown a little compassion".

    However, the Leicester player defended match referee Michael Oliver's decision, saying: "Regarding tweets about Michael Oliver, he's just doing his job and didn't have a choice.

    "He didn't enjoy showing me a yellow and shared his condolences about the passing of Sophie which I thought was very respectful."

    Read more here.

    Leicester City midfielder James Maddison and Sophie Taylor
  8. BreakingSuarez out for 10-15 days

    "Tests carried out on Monday morning have confirmed that first team player Luis Suarez has a sprained right ankle," the La Liga champions said in a statement on their website.

    "He will be out for 10-15 days and now undertake his recovery with the FC Barcelona medical team, having been withdrawn from the Uruguayan national team squad."

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  9. Garth's Team of the Week

    Garth's team of the week

    "The FA are making a total mockery of the FA Cup".

    Garth Crooks hasn't held back in his latest team of the week.

    So, who features in this week's line-up?

    Head here to find out.

  10. Get Involved - The best goal you've seen or scored

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

    SMS Message: Always had a shocking left foot but in last second against arch rivals, ball headed out and I acrobatically volley it into top left corner- once in a lifetime. from Adam from London
    Adam from London
    SMS Message: Best goal? Could be my first goal of the season, went all game with out a sniff towards goal, chased an horrendous back pass to slot it in under the keeper.. reducing the scoreline from 12-0 to 12-1. from Adam from Cornwall
    Adam from Cornwall
  11. Ronaldo charged by Uefa

    More on the news that Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo has been charged with improper conduct by Uefa for his celebration after beating Atletico Madrid to reach the quarter-finals of the Champions League.

    The 34-year-old appeared to mimic Atletico boss Diego Simeone, who turned to fans and grabbed his crotch during his side's 2-0 first-leg victory.

    Ronaldo scored a hat-trick in the return leg as Juventus won 3-0.

    Simeone was fined 20,000 euros (£17,000) for his celebration.

    Juventus have been drawn to drawn to play Dutch side Ajax in the quarter-finals.

    Cristiano Ronaldo
  12. 'This was the poorest we've played' - Solskjaer

    Wolves 2-1 Man Utd

    Manchester United

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer described the defeat by Wolves as "big step backwards".

    "This was the poorest we've played," Solskjaer told BBC Sport.

    "We started too slowly and played into their hands. Our possession wasn't bright enough and quick enough, so it's disappointing."

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
  13. Wolves stun Man Utd

    Wolves 2-1 Man Utd

    Wolverhampton Wanderers

    Wolverhampton Wanderers produced an outstanding second-half performance to overpower Manchester United and reach their first FA Cup semi-final for 21 years on an atmospheric night at Molineux.

    Nuno Espirito Santo's side, in their first quarter-final since 2003, stunned Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side on Saturday with goals from Raul Jimenez and Diogo Jota.

    Read Phil McNulty's match report here, and watch the highlights below.

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    Video caption: FA Cup: Wolves 2-1 Man Utd highlights
  14. White Hart Lane railway station to be renamed

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Here's something I bet you didn't think you'd see today...

    White Hart Lane railway station is set to be renamed Tottenham Hotspur, subject to a public consultation, according to The Guardian.

    Tottenham Hotspur
  15. Get Involved - The best goal you've seen or scored

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

    Rachel Armitage: Best goal I’ve ever seen has to be Neves vs Derby last season. Absolutely indescribable talent and he’s only 22!

    Nelly: Eifion Williams for Hartlepool against Darlington (at their place) on my birthday, 25/03/2007. Long ball upfield, 1 touch to control (Bergkamp stylee), 2nd touch volley over the keeper from 25 yards. YouTube it. You won't be disappointed.