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Chelsea win at Leicester in extra time in tight FA Cup tie

Chelsea win at Leicester in extra time in tight FA Cup tie

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Media playback is not supported on this device Pedro's extra-time winner gave Chelsea victory at Leicester City to set up an FA Cup semi-final date with Southampton at Wembley. Antonio Conte's side dug deep after the midweek Champions League defeat in Barcelona to keep their hopes of silverware alive as they survived an attacking assault from The Foxes.Alvaro Morata took Willian's pass in his stride to beat Leicester keeper Kasper Schmeichel in composed fashion to give Chelsea the advantage just before half-time.But Jamie Vardy made amends for a poor headed miss when he pounced in a goalmouth scramble for a 76th minute equaliser. Media playback is not supported on this device The decisi...
Winter Paralympics: Britons Menna Fitzpatrick & Jen Kehoe win slalom gold

Winter Paralympics: Britons Menna Fitzpatrick & Jen Kehoe win slalom gold

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Winter Paralympics on the BBCVenue: Pyeongchang, South Korea Dates: 9-18 March Time in Pyeongchang: GMT +9Coverage: Follow on Radio 5 live and via the BBC Sport website. Television coverage on Channel 4.Britain's Menna Fitzpatrick and guide Jen Kehoe won gold in the women's visually-impaired slalom at the Winter Paralympics in Pyeongchang.The pair, who had already won two silvers and a bronze in South Korea, beat Slovakia's Henrieta Farkasova and Natalia Subrtova by 0.66 seconds.It is GB's first gold of these Games and only their second Winter Paralympic gold."We wanted to show what we are capable of," Fitzpatrick told BBC Sport."I am so proud of what we did out there."Millie Knight and Brett Wild won bronze for GB to add to their two silvers in the downhill and super-G.Kelly Gallagher, wh...
Manchester United 2-0 Brighton: Alexis Sanchez and Paul Pogba not missed as United head to FA Cup semi-finals

Manchester United 2-0 Brighton: Alexis Sanchez and Paul Pogba not missed as United head to FA Cup semi-finals

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Jesse Lingard celebrates Lukaku's openerSaturday, March 17, 2018Romelu Lukaku and Nemanja Matic scored in each half as Manchester United reached the semi-finals of the FA Cup thanks to a 2-0 victory over Brighton at Old Trafford.Lukaku picked up Matic's precise pass from outside the box and headed home the opener after 37 minutesMatic doubled United's lead seven minutes from time with another header, this time from an Ashley Young free-kick to seal their passage to the last fourAlexis Sanchez started a Manchester United match on the bench for the first time since his January arrival, with Paul Pogba another among the substitutes for the FA Cup quarter-final against Brighton.The 29-year-old acquisition from Arsenal has flattered to deceive since his high-profile arrival and was part of a st...
What is on talkSPORT this weekend – live coverage of FA Cup quarter-finals, Liverpool v Watford and LaLiga

What is on talkSPORT this weekend – live coverage of FA Cup quarter-finals, Liverpool v Watford and LaLiga

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It's set to be another huge weekend in the world of football - and talkSPORT will be right across it.We have 11 live commentaries over the next two days, starting with the FA Cup quarter-final clash with Swansea and Tottenham on Saturday lunchtime.We will also bring you live coverage of the other three FA Cup quarter-finals as well as Liverpool's Premier League meeting with Watford and some of the standout games in LaLiga and the Championship.Here's what is on talkSPORT and talkSPORT 2 this weekend...SATURDAY 17TH MARCH12:15 Swansea v Spurs - FA Cup – talkSPORT (Click on the link to listen)12:30 Fulham v QPR – Championship – talkSPORT 215:00 Bournemouth v West Brom – Premier League - talkSPORT 217:30 Liverpool v Watford – Premier League – t
Cheltenham Festival: Native River romps to Gold Cup success

Cheltenham Festival: Native River romps to Gold Cup success

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Native River won a thrilling Cheltenham Gold Cup after an epic duel with Might Bite.The 5-1 chance gave Dorset trainer Colin Tizzard his first victory in the race after some spectacular jumping under champion jockey Richard Johnson.Favourite Might Bite (4-1), seeking a historic Cheltenham Festival treble for trainer Nicky Henderson, was a gallant runner-up, beaten by four and a half lengths.Anibale Fly (33-1) finished third ahead of Road To Respect and Djakadam.Read more: 'Tizzard gives Cheltenham a gold top'Podcast: 'A Gold Cup that lived up to the hype'Read more: Jockey wins despite dislocated shoulderBut the race was all about the memorable battle between last year's third-placed horse Native River and King George VI Chase winner Might Bite.The pair led from the front, roared on by a se...