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FA Cup: Chelsea and United win thanks to late goals

<p>Carney Chukwuemeka and Noni Madueke, two Chelsea substitutes, scored goals in stoppage time to lead their team to an exciting 4-2 win at home against second-tier Leicester City and a spot in the FA Cup quarterfinals.</p>
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<p>After Marcus Rashford made up for a poor mistake, Amad Diallo scored late into extra time to propel Manchester United to an exhilarating 4-3 triumph against rival Liverpool in the Northwest and into the semifinals.</p>
<p>The United victory at Old Trafford dashed Liverpool’s hopes of winning four trophies in manager Juergen Klopp’s last season with the club and preserved their one chance of winning silverware this season.</p>
<p>Marcus Rashford said, “Listen to the noise, you can tell what a big game it is, a huge occasion.” “Though this season hasn’t been what I’ve wanted, Old Trafford evenings like these are what it’s all about.” It’s a huge game in Manchester United’s history, therefore, we need to make something of this season.</p>
<p>Bernardo Silva’s two deflected strikes in the first half helped Manchester City defeat Newcastle 2-0 on Saturday. In the 153-year history of the FA Cup, Pep Guardiola’s squad has now made it to the semifinals six times in a row, an unparalleled accomplishment.</p>
<p>The drama of the day occurred a few hours earlier in Molineux, when Coventry, a second-tier club, defeated Wolverhampton 3-2 and advanced to the semifinals for the first time since 1987, the year the team won the cup. Coventry scored two goals late into stoppage time. — Organizations</p>
<p><strong>Vinicius scores two goals as Madrid wins.</strong></p>
<p>Barcelona: Vinicius Junior (in picture) scored twice to lead Spanish league leaders Real Madrid to a commanding 4-2 victory against Osasuna, only days after he was the victim of racist comments before games that didn’t even include his side. During road games, Vinicius has been subjected to racial taunts, particularly in the previous two seasons. This week, before Atletico Madrid and Barcelona’s Champions League matches, he was the target of racist taunts from crowds of supporters assembled outside their stadiums.</p>
<p>Vinicius pleaded on social media for punishment for the deeds. Before the games of the day began, players donned T-shirts endorsing an anti-racism campaign run by the Spanish League. According to local media accounts, as El Sadar Stadium’s player celebrated his second goal by facing the crowd and raising his palm to his ear, some supporters screamed “Die Vinicius.” There was no mention of any fan-related incidents in the referee’s report. With nine games remaining, Madrid has a 10-point advantage over Girona.</p>
<p><strong>Coach beams in the ball boy’s direction.</strong></p>
<p>The manager of Coventry came under fire for his celebration in front of the 13-year-old ball boy. Following his team’s late victory, Mark Robins rushed to the ball boy, kneeled down, and then gave him a fist pump. Later, Robins apologized, stating that the ball boy’s action of dropping the ball in front of him and turning to leave with a grin on his face had irritated him. Gary O’Neill, the manager of the Wolves, called Robins’ behavior “disgusting.”</p>

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