• Planet Sport

    Manchester City sneak past Arsenal into fifth round of FA Cup

    The Netherlands defender steered home a low shot in the 64th minute as City landed the first blow in their trilogy of clashes with the Gunners over the coming months. Arsenal, the Premier League leaders, had enjoyed the better of the first half, with Takehiro Tomiyasu and Leandro Trossard both forcing good saves from Stefan Ortega. Guardiola, perhaps aware that a victory could also have a psychological impact heading into next month's league encounter between the sides, went with a strong side and made just two changes to Arteta's six.

  • The Canadian Press

    Almeria beats Espanyol 3-1 to stay unbeaten after World Cup

    BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Almeria eased to a 3-1 win over Espanyol at home on Friday and remained unbeaten since the Spanish league restarted following the World Cup. Colombian striker Luis Súarez scored in the 21st minute for his first goal since joining Almeria on loan from Marseille at the start of the month. Former Espanyol forward Leo Baptistao doubled the lead in the 61st, and Gonzalo Melero set up Francisco Portillo to make it a rout in the 77th. Espanyol striker Joselu Mato got the visitor

  • The Canadian Press

    Man City knocks out Arsenal 1-0 in the FA Cup

    MANCHESTER, England (AP) — Nathan Ake scored the winner as Manchester City beat Arsenal 1-0 to progress to the fifth round of the FA Cup on Friday. City not only knocked out Arsenal from the cup but also earned a psychological advantage in the race for the English Premier League title. Arsenal has a five-point lead but its seven-game unbeaten run was ended by City, which has three straight wins in all competitions. England's two best clubs meet again in a top-of-the-table clash at Emirates Stadi