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Sergio Aguero: Man City striker in altercation with fan after Wigan FA Cup defeat


Aguero in altercation with fan on pitch



Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero was involved in an altercation with a supporter after Wigan's shock FA Cup fifth-round victory over his side.

City players were escorted off the field as Wigan fans ran onto the pitch at full-time to celebrate the 1-0 win.

Read more: Sergio Aguero: Man City striker in altercation with fan after Wigan FA Cup defeat

West Brom players look set to avoid legal action after taxi was stolen

Jonny Evans, Jake Livermore, Boaz Myhill and Gareth Barry have 1,236 Premier League appearances between them



Four West Brom players who were accused of stealing a taxi in Barcelona look set to avoid legal action because of a lack of evidence.

Gareth Barry, Jonny Evans, Jake Livermore and Boaz Myhill were questioned but not arrested by police, who passed the case to a local judge.

Read more: West Brom players look set to avoid legal action after taxi was stolen

FA Cup (2017-2018) Report: Wigan Athletic 1 Manchester City 0 - Grigg ends Guardiola's quadruple dream


Manchester City had Fabian Delph sent off and crashed to a shock FA Cup fifth-round defeat, with Will Grigg League One Wigan's hero



Will Grigg ended 10-man Manchester City's bid for an unprecedented quadruple as League One Wigan Athletic stunned the Premier League leaders with a 1-0 win in the fifth round of the FA Cup.

Wigan famously beat City by the same scoreline in the 2013 FA Cup final before dumping them out of the same competition the following season.

Read more: FA Cup (2017-2018) Report: Wigan Athletic 1 Manchester City 0 - Grigg ends Guardiola's quadruple...

Matic calls for quicker VAR decisions: 'It needs to take 30 seconds'


After more controversy surrounding the use of replay, the Manchester United midfielder called for the system to pick up the pace



Manchester United midfielder Nemanja Matic insisted he was happy to see the video assistant referee (VAR) system used, but he wants it to be quicker.

A Juan Mata strike was ruled out by VAR during United's 2-0 win over Huddersfield Town in the FA Cup on Saturday, but only after a substantial delay and a technical issue.

Read more: Matic calls for quicker VAR decisions: 'It needs to take 30 seconds'

FA Cup: Hawk-Eye apologises over wrong VAR image for Juan Mata 'goal'


FA Cup: Mata's goal ruled out by VAR at Huddersfield in the FA Cup fifth round



The 'squiggly line' image shown by broadcasters was not used to disallow Juan Mata's goal in Manchester United's FA Cup fifth-round win at Huddersfield, says the provider of VAR pictures.

Hawk-Eye says a "technical error led to an incorrect graphic being provided".

Read more: FA Cup: Hawk-Eye apologises over wrong VAR image for Juan Mata 'goal'


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