Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Hooligan's Daily: Arsenal end Sutton's FA Cup run in a snoozer

YEsterday's Scores
FA Cup- Fifth Round
Sutton United 0-2 Arsenal
(Perez 26', Walcott 55')

Sutton United's FA Cup run comes to an end after this more or less boring game. Arsenal's first goal could be best described as an accident and their second wasn't all that impressive either. Neither of them were really celebrated. Both sides were more or less going through the motions as if the result were predetermined. It will still be a night to remember for Sutton. They played a rare match agaisnt a top level club on their tiny home pitch. It's not something they have seen before and probably won't see again for quite some time. Arsenal will host non-league Lincoln City in the next round in what is proving to be one of the easiest FA Cup runs we have ever seen for a Premier League club.

La Liga
Málaga 2-1 Las Palmas
(Fornals 27', Charles 35')-(Lemos 19')

European League Tables

Headlines
Premier League referee Mark Clattenburg was originally thought to be heading to his new gig in Saudi Arabia right away, but it turns out he will stay until the end of the year. After the conclusion of the year, he will become Saudi Arabia's new head referee.

Today's Matches
UEFA Champions League- Round of 16 First Leg
Bayer Leverkusen v. Atletico Madrid- 2:45pm- FS2
Manchester City v. AS Monaco- 2:45pm- FS1

Ligue 1
Caen v. AS Nancy Lorraine- 12:30pm

CONCACAF Champions League- Quarterfinals First Leg
Saprissa v. Pachuca- 9pm- Univision Deportes

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