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By Sonia RANDEV

Football:

FA Cup Fourth Round

Liverpool 2 West Brom 3

A first half full of plenty of action which most won’t forget in a hurry. Roberto Firmino missed a penalty for the reds and due to VAR there was a delay in awarding the Baggies a third goal. Concerns were raised with the new technology splitting the opinions of football fans across the country.

West Brom Manager Alan Pardew spoke to BBC Sport regarding the issue:

“In the stadium, it was bizarre, because we got no evidence of what happened.”

Liverpool crashed out of the FA Cup and West Brom is through to the fifth round.

Chelsea 3 Newcastle 0

The Blues ease through to the fifth round after defeating Newcastle at Stamford Bridge earlier today

Cardiff City 0 Man city 2

Man City has now booked a place in the fifth round.

Women’s Football:

Reading Women hold Arsenal Women to a goalless draw in their FA WSL 1 clash today at Adams Park.

Man City Women maintained their two point lead at the top of the table by beating Sunderland away.

Chelsea Ladies beat Everton Ladies to keep the pressure on Man City Women.

Birmingham City Ladies moved into the top half of the league by seeing of Yeovil Town at home, scoring three goals.

Liverpool Ladies get two pass Bristol City with newly appointed England Women’s head coach Phil Neville watching from the stands.

Cricket:

Delhi Senior Women’s Cricket team win T20 elite super league

Delhi emerged as winners of the tournament with a nine wicket win over Goa who failed to win a single game in the four team super league.

India Cricket Team retain ICC Test Mace

Captain Virat Kohli will be presented with the the mace, which is a symbol of excellence and a recognition of a side’s outstanding performance in the Test format. Source and photo credit: BCCI

Boxing:

Saturday 3rd October will see the highly anticipated domestic bout between Lawrence Okolie and Isaac Chamberlain. North London and South London will collide as the two cruiserweights will battle it out in a sold out O2 arena. The fight is co promoted by Matchroom boxing and Anthony Joshua who manages the former Olympian Okolie.

Frank warren made an announcement last week stating that the 10th February boxing event at the Copper Box arena has been cancelled due to injuries.
The show was to feature up and coming talent from across the UK with British Asian welterweight boxer Hamzah Sheeraz set to fight in his second professional bout since turning pro last year.
The show has now been moved to the 24th February at the iconic York Hall where Sheeraz is likely to feature on the card.

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