FA Cup

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

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The Arsenal midfielder says that his side were given little chance before their FA Cup quarter-final but is pleased to have beaten history with a committed performance

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The Manchester United academy graduate was sold to the Gunners late last summer and says that coming back in an opposition shirt in the FA Cup on Monday was tough

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Check out behind-the-scenes footage as England star Danny Welbeck strikes to send his former club crashing out of the FA Cup in a thrilling encounter on Monday evening

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The Old Trafford club spent £150 million on six players last summer but five of them flopped in their 2-1 loss to Arsenal in the FA Cup, with Falcao again left on the bench

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The former Arsenal centre-back says that the Red Devils do not strike fear into opponents as they once did under Sir Alex Ferguson after their ninth home defeat in two seasons

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The Manchester United manager has criticised the Argentine winger after he was dismissed in the FA Cup quarter-final defeat to Arsenal for diving and pushing the referee

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The Gunners boss is hoping the win at Old Trafford can help inspire his side to turn around their Champions League tie against Monaco

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The United academy graduate was deemed surplus to requirements but his runs and overall energy would have benefited Van Gaal's side, even if the Dutchamn thinks otherwise

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The Gunners triumphed 2-1 at Old Trafford on Monday evening and will face either Bradford City or Reading, who played out a goalless draw on Saturday, at Wembley in April

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The England striker's second-half strike was enough to send the FA Cup holders through to the last four, as the Red Devils winger was sent off for diving and pushing the referee

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The Gunners dumped Louis van Gaal's side out of the FA Cup with Danny Welbeck scoring the winner after Wayne Rooney had equalised Nacho Monreal's opener

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The Argentine started the game well as he provided an excellent assist for Wayne Rooney, but his night soon turned sour after he was sent off for simulation and dissent

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The FA Cup draw will look very open for the winner of the Old Trafford tie, though the Gunners' record at the venue is poor - follow the action LIVE!

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The former Red Devils striker is handed a start against his former club by Arsene Wenger, while there is no place in Louis van Gaal's line-up for his misfiring Colombian forward

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The Baggies vice-captain is alleged to have directed abusive and/or insulting language at referee Anthony Taylor after the final whistle at Villa Park

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From 5pm the online bookmaker are enhancing the prices on either Louis van Gaal or Arsene Wenger's side winning a high-scoring match FA Cup quarter-final at Old Trafford

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The 29-year-old has fallen short of expectations since arriving at Old Trafford last summer but his Colombia team-mate has no doubts about his enduring quality

Monday, March 9, 2015

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Aston Villa's 2-0 triumph in their FA Cup quarter-final on Saturday ended in several pitch invasions and reports of trouble among Baggies faithful in the North Stand at Villa Park

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The Gunners boss eyes a strengthening of belief for the final weeks of the season by ending a poor run at Old Trafford with victory in the FA Cup quarter-finals