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Manchester City v Crystal Palace, Arsenal v Sheffield United and more – live!

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Manchester City v Crystal Palace, Arsenal v Sheffield United and more – live!

I think this kid can do this …

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A Scottish update from Simon McMahon: “No big shock in the Scottish Cup today, being the closest in Pittodrie, where Dumbarton, sixth in Scottish League One, held Aberdeen until the 86th minute before a Sam Cosgrove penalty won the Dons. So the prize for giant killers of the day goes to Ayr, third in the Scottish Championship, who beat SPL Ross County 1-0, and there were comfortable wins for Hamilton, Hearts, Kilmarnock, St. Johnstone and St. Mirren. "

Full time: Norwich 1-0 Bournemouth

A great victory for Norwich, as both sides end up with 10 men.

Full time: Brighton 1-1 Aston Villa

Maupay and (I think) Konsa have a fight at the end after something has been said.

Full time: Manchester City 2-2 Crystal Palace

Aguero thought he had won, but Fernandinho turned the ball into his own net at the end.

11.52am EST11: 52

Full time: West Ham 1-1 Everton

The points are shared, which seems right.

Full time: Arsenal 1-1 Sheffield United

A point well deserved for Blades that exhibit a crack display.

A VAR check at West Ham looks set to result in Ajeti being kicked out just minutes after arriving. The striker seemed to hit Holgate on the head, but the officers don't seem to think it deserves a red.

GOAL! Manchester City 2-2 Crystal Palace (Fernandinho, 90 years old)

Zaha goes through the Stones, hits the goal and all Fernandinho can do is divert him to that net!

GOAL! Manchester City 2-1 Crystal Palace (Aguero, 87)

WHAT A PLAYER! WHAT MAN! When City need something special, they can always count on Aguero, who moves superbly to reach a cross from Mendy's left.

Manchester City's Sergio Aguero scores the team's second goal. Photo: Oli Scarff / AFP via Getty Images

Sergio Aguero celebrates after scoring his second goal to put Manchester City ahead.

Aguero celebrates after putting Manchester City ahead. Photograph: Laurence Griffiths / Getty Images

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GOAL! Arsenal 1-1 Sheffield United (Fleck, 83)

Robinson shoots at a cross, which Sharp wins and then Fleck throws the ball at home to level up and she deserved it.

Sheffield United's John Fleck shoots the tie.

Sheffield United's John Fleck shoots the tie. Photo: Daniel Leal-Olivas / AFP via Getty Images

Sheffield United's John Fleck (center) celebrates after scoring a draw.

Fleck (center) celebrates. Photo: Daniel Leal-Olivas / AFP via Getty Images

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GOAL! Manchester City 1-1 Crystal Palace (Aguero, 82)

Jesus crosses from the left and Aguero does the rest with a beautiful finish. Eight minutes left on the clock.

Manchester City's Sergio Aguero marks the team's draw.

Manchester City's Sergio Aguero marks the team's draw. Photograph: Phil Oldham / BPI / Shutterstock

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Barry Bryan is just as confused as the rest of us, he writes: "I don't like it, but I thought I at least understood the new handball rule. Now I'm totally lost."

GOAL! Southampton 2-3 Wolves (Jimenez, 76)

What a turnaround at St. Mary & # 39; s as Jimenez completes a counterattack.

Raul Jimenez of Wolverhampton Wanderers scores to put the visitors ahead.

Raul Jimenez of Wolverhampton Wanderers scores to put the visitors ahead. Photograph: Kieran McManus / BPI / Shutterstock

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GOAL! Brighton 1-1 Aston Villa (Grealish, 75)

WHAT A Biscuit! Douglas Luiz sends the ball to Grealish, who controls it, enters the area and kicks into the net in the goal.

Aston Villa's Jack Grealish scores the equalizer on his side.

Aston Villa's Jack Grealish records … Photo: Gareth Fuller / PA

Aston Villa's Jack Grealish scores the equalizer on his side.

And scores. Photo: John Sibley / Action images via Reuters

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11.33am EST11: 33

RED CARD! Norwich 1-0 Bournemouth (Godfrey, 75)

Godfrey steps over Callum Wilson. He goes to the VAR and then the referee wanders over to the monitor on the side of the field. It is a reckless challenge and Paul Tierney belatedly produces the red card.

Casemiro receives the second of the match and makes Real Madrid 2-1 Sevilla.

Real Madrid's Casemiro scores his second goal.

Real Madrid's Casemiro scores his second goal. Photo: Juan Medina / Reuters

Updated
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We all know that VAR needs work. Will it succeed?

Nathan Eyland
(@NathanEyland)

@will_unwin What was the difference between the penalty in the ManCity game and that of Southampton? There is not much in my opinion. The VAR needs work.


January 18, 2020

11.29am EST11: 29

CITY MAN'S FEATHER ?! Riedewald sees the ball bounce on his arm in the box. The referee gives, but goes to VAR and is NOT GIVEN.

Cheikhou Kouyate of Crystal Palace (second on the right), Cenk Tosun (center) and teammates protest with referee Graham Scott.

Cheikhou Kouyate of Crystal Palace (second on the right), Cenk Tosun (center) and teammates protest with referee Graham Scott. Photo: Phil Noble / Reuters

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Pukki deceives his lines after passing the Bournemouth defense, coming face to face with the goalkeeper and placing him very close to Ramsdale, who goes down to save.

Redmond dodges a pair of Wolves players and launches a shot, but he cuts the post and goes over.

“Jesus coming to the city of man. Well, they certainly need a miracle to win the league this season, ”says Simon McMahon. They certainly do.

GOAL! Southampton 2-2 Wolves (Jimenez, pen, 65 years old)

After the long delay at the VAR, Jimenez approaches and converts from the spot, sending McCarthy the wrong way.

Raul Jimenez of Wolverhampton Wanderers scores his equalizer on penalty.

Raul Jimenez of Wolverhampton Wanderers scores his equalizer on penalty. Photo: Paul Childs / Action images via Reuters

Raul Jimenez of Wolves turns to celebrate after scoring the penalty.

What he and the visiting fans are very satisfied with. Photograph: Sean Ryan / IPS / Shutterstock

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The wolves are asking for a penalty where Jonny is crushed by Soares and Stephens, the latter catching the defender. VAR is checking … it must be … certainly … they are looking … it's a pen!

The Etihad is not surprising, where Jesus is stripped and preparing to move on.

Fleck hits a corner, McBurnie goes towards the net just to see his effort diverted from the line. So close to a tie.

Oliver McBurnie of Sheffield United reacts after his header is removed from the line.

Oliver McBurnie (center) of Sheffield United reacts after the header is removed from the line. Photo: Peter Cziborra / Action images via Reuters

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11.16am EST11: 16

Casemiro put Real Madrid ahead of Sevilla.

Real Madrid's Casemiro opens the scoring.

Real Madrid's Casemiro opens the scoring. Photo: Juan Medina / Reuters

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GOAL! Southampton 2-1 Wolves (Neto, 53)

Traore passes his man on the right, crosses the box for Neto to hit his chest and shoot past McCarthy. The VAR checks for handball, but everything is fine.

Pedro Neto, from Wolves, fires home to take the visitors back to the game.

Pedro Neto, from Wolves, fires home to take the visitors back to the game. Photograph: Bryn Lennon / Getty Images

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WHAT TO SAVE! Aguero has a blocked shot and Guaita quickly leaves to repel Silva's follow-up. The city really needs to improve things on Etihad.

11.08am EST11: 08

Sheffield Wednesday is now 4-0 away from home against Blackburn. Lewis Holtby scored two of them.

Lewis Holtby of Blackburn Rovers opens the scoring in Hillsborough.

Lewis Holtby of Blackburn Rovers opens the scoring in Hillsborough. Photography: Rachel Holborn – BRFC / Getty Images

Updated
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Ancelotti removed Bernard and replaced him with teenager Anthony Gordon at West Ham. A bold substitution.

It is not a bad debut for Haaland, scoring twice within 15 minutes of arrival. I think it can be very good.

Haaland put Dortmund 4-3 in Augsburg!

Updated
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Charles Antaki writes: "I'm sure this has been observed before, but when the TV stays with Chris Wilder in the Sheffield Utd shelter, it immediately resembles an older, darker and tougher version of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. It's also better – successful and accomplished, but it doesn't seem, to his credit. "

I've never seen that mentioned before …

10.59am EST10: 59

Tony Barr at VAR: “At first glance, I thought Stones had taken him off the ball. Without fail.

"The replay shows that he clearly did not catch the ball and tripped over Zaha – how the hell did the VAR judge review it and not see it?

"Unless, of course, they didn't review it … or I'm more inclined than I thought."

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