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Manchester United 2-2 Southampton: Late equaliser sets back hosts’ top-four hopes

Manchester United 2-2 Southampton: Late equaliser sets back hosts’ top-four hopes

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Southampton substitute Michael Obafemi's 96th-minute equaliser prevented Manchester United from jumping up to third place and leaves their Champions League qualification still in the balance.United led 2-1 for 73 minutes after Marcus Rashford had slotted home an equaliser and Anthony Martial fired a superb second three minutes later.They were on course to leapfrog top-four rivals Chelsea and Leicester but Obafemi bundled in a set-piece at the back post deep in stoppage time after it had been flicked on by Jan Bednarek. The Saints had initially taken the lead through Stuart Armstrong's 12th-minute strike, following Paul Pogba's mistake, and after fighting back to draw, they now sit five point...
Burnley vs Sheffield United LIVE talkSPORT commentary: Full coverage from Turf Moor and confirmed teams

Burnley vs Sheffield United LIVE talkSPORT commentary: Full coverage from Turf Moor and confirmed teams

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Burnley take on Sheffield United this lunchtime as both teams look to continue their unlikely European push.Burnley have won two on the bounce and are now just two points behind Sheffield United in seventh. A win for either side would keep them well in the hunt for Europe heading into the final few fixtures this season. The Blades thrashed the Clarets 3-0 in November with John Fleck bagging a double. Getty Burnley take on Sheffield United today goss Arsenal news live: Gunners ace compared to legned, Arteta quiet on Ozil and Guendouzi info Newcastle vs West Ham live today: Team news, kick-off time, live stream, TV channel ...
Newcastle United 0-2 Manchester City: Raheem Sterling helps earn his side a semi-final with Arsenal

Newcastle United 0-2 Manchester City: Raheem Sterling helps earn his side a semi-final with Arsenal

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Media playback is not supported on this device Holders Manchester City will face Arsenal in a strong FA Cup semi-final line-up after showing class and patience to beat Newcastle at an eerily quiet St James' Park. Shorn of a fervent home support, Newcastle struggled in the first half against their opponents who are aiming to complete a cup treble after conceding the Premier League title to Liverpool this week. After wasting several good chances, City opened the scoring from the penalty spot when Kevin de Bruyne slotted past Karl Darlow following Fabian Schar's needless push on Gabriel Jes...