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PSG draw 1-1 late in Lyon, second in Nice 3-0 win

French league leaders Paris Saint-Germain needed a late equalizer from substitute Thilo Kehrer to draw a 1-1 draw at an enthusiastic Lyon in the French league. (Author: Gardener)

LyonThe French league leaders Paris Saint-Germain needed a late equalizer on Sunday from substitute Thilo Kehrer for the 1-1 draw in enthusiastic Lyon. The French league leaders Paris Saint-Germain needed a late equalizer on Sunday from substitute Thilo Kehrer for the 1-1 draw in enthusiastic Lyon. Brazil midfielder Lucas Paqueta scored in the eighth minute as Lyon took control, but after Kylian Mbappe hit the post for PSG, Kehrer hit a chipped shot from the edge of the box in the 76th minute that ricocheted off goalkeeper Anthony Lopes. PSG are 11 points ahead of second-placed Nice and Marseille. But PSG have only won two of their last six games and needed the final equalizer against Lens and Lorient, who are going into winter break. PSG struggled to keep the slick and strong Paqueta in check in Paris in September when he opened the gate just for PSG to take advantage of a soft penalty and a goal to win the 2-1 win in the final seconds of stoppage time . Lyon started strong again and Houssem Aouar had just been close when Paqueta led a fine low drive from the right edge of the box to the first goal. Bruno Guimaraes opened PSG's weak defense with a great rolling pass from midfield into Paqueta's path and ended confidently - just like in Paris. Lopes then parried PSG defender Marquinhos's jack and Mbappe hit the post as the visitors struggled. But PSG's ailing midfield was easily bypassed in the 59th minute when striker Moussa Dembele was clear, only goalkeeper Keylor Navas parried his low shot from the right. Mbappe slashed a shot in the 71st from the left as his teammates waited for a pass in the box and hit the crossbar in the 82nd. Previously, Nice overcame an early dismissal to score two more goals in the 3-0 win at Brest. After Denmark's striker Kasper Dolberg scored the goal in the 13th minute, Nice midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin saw the red card in the 20th minute. Nice withstood the pressure before substitute striker Andy Delort at 79. Gouiri scored his ninth goal with an effort deep in stoppage time. Nice are above third placed Marseille in goal difference, although Marseille have played one game less. The beautiful coach Christophe Galtier paired Gouiri with Dolberg in a 4-4-2 formation. Philippe Clement's first game against Monaco ended in Nantes in a 0-0 draw. Clement earned a reputation for being an aggressive coach, but this was a frustrating game with few chances as Monaco defenders Djibril Sidibe and Benoit Badiashile hobbled off with hamstring injuries in the first half. Monaco are seventh and Nantes have dropped to ninth, behind Strasbourg, who won 2-0 at relegation-threatened Metz thanks to goals from striker Ludovic Ajorque and substitute Jean-Eudes Ahoulou. PSG had to do without Lionel Messi and several other players who had the virus. But winger Angel Di Maria, midfielder Julian Draxler, center-back Danilo Pereira, left-back Layvin Kurzawa and goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma remain isolated.

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3/10 Wijnaldum again gloomy; ...

Marquinhos showed a determined defensive performance when Lyon beat Paris Saint-Germain in a 1-1 draw on Sunday night. (Author: Gardener)

3/10The disappointing result should give Marseille the opportunity to close the gap to eight points. PSG went into that game after just one win in their last four league games and once again looked clueless in their offensive efforts. As the guests lacked some important offensive players in the competition, including Neymar, Angel Di Maria and Lionel Messi, the visitors in the final third were unsurprisingly lacking in creativity and they often seemed too dependent on Kylian Mbappe. On the other hand, their opponent Lyon controlled the game extremely well, especially in the first half hour of the game. They terrorized the PSG defense with the counterattack and used an early start by Lucas Paqueta. Les Gones could easily have scored at least two more goals had it not been for a heroic defense from the PSG center-backs. In the second half, PSG had the lion's share of possession as Mauricio Pochettino's men began to push the men forward in search of equalization. Their constant pressure paid off when Thilo Kehrer deceived Anthony Lopes in goal to equalize with his driving performance. Les Parisiens may have won the game late, but Mbappe's breathtaking performance from a free kick hit the outside of the post. Here at The Hard Tackle we will be running the rule over PSG players after the disappointing draw with Lyon last weekend. With Lyon thriving on the counterattack, the PSG goalkeeper had to remain vigilant during the ninety minutes. He should have done better to keep Paqueta's early striker out but made it up for it by making an excellent stop against Moussa Dembele in the second half. The right-back just couldn't keep up with the marauding central midfielder who terrorized Les Parisiens on the counterattack. Dagba's performance improved after the break when Lyon began signing more men in defense. He even made a crucial block to deny Les Gones a scoring opportunity in the second half. Despite all the pressure from Lyon on the counterattack, Marquinhos remained determinedly at the heart of the PSG defense. His leadership, experience and ability to read the game proved to be of benefit to the visiting team. Kimpembe makes marquinhos work so much harder. After a slow start, Presnel Kimpembe Marquinhos offered excellent defense coverage. He remained rock solid as he held off the threat from Paqueta or other Lyon attackers, especially after the break. Nuno Mendes was a constant threat to the Lyon defense due to the pace of his work on the left wing. He moved up and down the field, offering his teammates offensive support and driving dangerous crosses into the box. The youngster might have been more effective if PSG had proactive attackers in the box. Ander Herrera showed immense commitment throughout the game, trying his best to get things going in the final third. He looked frustrated at times as Lyon's rigid defense made life difficult for the visiting team. The former Manchester United midfielder just needs a little more creativity in his game. Leandro Paredes had a poor game for PSG in the middle of the park. Originally started as a defensive midfielder, the Argentine lacked creativity and the will to influence the game. He was also found to be aiming for pace and conceding several ball losses before being substituted off in the middle of the second half. Marco Verratti was the most active of the four PSG midfielders on the pitch. The Italian international proved his technical ability to catch up with the offensive players in the final third while showing an excellent mentality. For Georginio Wijnaldum it was a game to forget. The Dutchman started off as an offensive through and through, but didn't let any creativity go forward. Wijnaldum later played the role of a central midfielder but also couldn't make a big difference which pretty much sums up his career at PSG so far. Give me a good reason why Wijnaldum & Herrera start before Michut & Simons. He even failed most PSG crosses in the end and the one he did was superbly blocked by the Lyon defense. The striker has only scored four league goals in 15 games this season. Kylian Mbappe was the only real spark in the PSG attack. The attacker caused a lot of problems for Lyon with speed, tricks and smooth movements in and around the box. He also defeated opposing defenders in various one-on-one situations while developing some scoring opportunities. On the other hand, Mbappe lacked precision in front of goal again. The Frenchman had the bad luck to hit the crossbar twice, but also missed some good scoring opportunities. Thilo Kehrer added more solidity to the PSG setup after replacing Dagba in the 69th minute. But it wasn't his defensive performance, but his precise shot on goal that caught the eye when the German equalized to save a point for his team. He offered an offensive mentality in midfield at PSG that helped the club push for the equalizer. Edouard Michut was heavily involved in attacking in the closing stages of the game. It was a promising cameo by the youngster who is becoming a fixture on the PSG bench of late.

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Broadcast news LIVE! PSG want Romelu Lukaku; Exits Ndombele, Bergwijn Spurs; Ronaldo, Digne, Haaland update

Broadcast news LIVE! PSG want Romelu Lukaku; Exits Ndombele, Bergwijn Spurs; Ronaldo, Digne, Haaland Update - (Author: Gardener)

Romelu LukakuYou are using an older browser version. Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience. Elsewhere, the situation at Manchester United is said to be so dire that Cristiano Ronaldo is thinking about his future and holding crisis talks with super agent Jorge Mendes. Lazio coach Maurizio Sarri is reportedly eager to meet Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa despite his controversial history and Arsenal have been linked with a move from Aston Villa star Ollie Watkins in case Dusan Vlahovic is not signed. Paris Saint-Germain thinks Romelu Lukaku is another big rumor as a possible replacement for Kylian Mbappe. Lucas Digne has been linked with a move to Chelsea but Aston Villa are currently leading the race for the left-back. After the club was booed by parts of the Tottenham crowd on Saturday, the club reportedly plans to sell Tanguy Ndombele. Antonio Conte commented on the situation while Steven Bergwijn is also rumored to be on his way out of the club. Follow Standard Sport for the latest news, rumors and rumors with LIVE blog! Borussia Dortmund believe Haaland is ready for Manchester City. No agreement between Mbappe and Real Madrid Tottenham could try to sell Ndombele 21:42 to the starting XI. The 24-year-old started as a right-back for Roma and played the full 90 minutes. It was certainly a memorable debut. 9:14 pm, Matt Verri Antonio Rudiger's contract with Chelsea expires at the end of the season and it seems like he's no closer to reaching an agreement with the Blues on new terms. A move to Real Madrid seemed inevitable at the end of the season but talks about it have cooled off in recent weeks. Foot Mercato report that PSG are interested in Rüdiger while Real are still interested but unable to keep up with the French club's offer. 20:43, Matt Verri We have already spoken about the rumors of Tanguy Ndombele's future but he may not be the only Spurs player to find a new club in this window. Fabrizio Romano reports that Tottenham have decided to bring Steven Bergwijn with a number of Dutch clubs interested in the winger. Bergwijn hasn't made a significant impression under Conte and it looks like he might just be one of several players the Italian will sack in the coming weeks. Mateta on his way out 8:03 pm, Matt Verri Crystal Palace striker Jean-Philippe Mateta is about to leave the club this month He is under-challenged in the Premier League and has only scored two goals in 13 games. Ligue 1 club Saint-Etienne are now interested in loaning Mateta. The loan deal between Mainz, which ruled out a return to their parent club for the French striker, and Crystal Palace comes to an end this summer - click here for the full story while Palace keep an eye on other options. 7:41 p.m., Matt Verri Adama Traore has continued to be linked with a move to Tottenham this month but Wolves boss Bruno Lage insisted he knew nothing of the rumors when asked about it. "They're giving me something new," said Lage. I don't know about it, but what I said before, I'll say again. 7.15pm, Matt Verri Antonio Conte says Tanguy Ndombele needs to "be better" to change the minds of Tottenham fans who whistled the midfielder in Sunday's 3-1 win over Morecambe after the incident, with it already being checked It seemed that the Tottenham coach was not entirely convinced of the midfielder. Ndombele, the much maligned club record, trudged right through the tunnel after the whistle was blown, but Conte refused to criticize the French afterwards. Read the full story about what Conte had to say about Ndombele right here 18:56, Aston Villa's Matt Verri travels to England tonight before receiving medical treatment at the club and completing the move. Coutinho will be on loan from Barcelona until the end of the season, but Villa has the option to make it permanent in the summer, five months before the Brazilian can impress and earn an extended period in the Premier League. 6:27 p.m., Matt Verri Lucas Digne has been heavily linked with a Chelsea move and there have been rumors of a possible West Ham fall as well. But it is Aston Villa who have taken the lead in the race to sign the Frenchman, according to Sky Sports, with Chelsea instead focusing on recalling Emerson Palmieri, and that has given Steven Gerrard and Villa the opportunity to join Digne. The left-back has made it clear that he would like to leave Goodison Park this month and it looks like he will be leaving to grant his wish. 17:07, Jonathan Gorrie Fabrizio Romano has announced that Tottenham are now trying to sell or loan Tanguy Ndombele as soon as possible. The Frenchman was whistled in Spurs' FA Cup win against Morecambe on Sunday and his time at the club appears to be over. Arsenal Ready To Go All In At Dusan Vlahovic 16:44, Jonathan Gorrie The Daily Mirror claims Arsenal are ready to break the bank for the Fiorentina forward THIS MONTH. 2:59 p.m., Jonathan Gorrie ESPN claims that despite the intense ties between Kylian Mbappe and Real Madrid, nothing has been agreed upon. He is widely expected to make a free transfer this summer, with the possibility that another team might take a look ... 14:57, Jonathan Gorrie Sky of Italy claim AC Milan want Eric Bailly a way out of Manchester United offer. Although the Ivorian has recently signed a new deal, he can't imagine much at Old Trafford and could join former team-mate Zlatan Ibrahimovic at the San Siro. 1:33 pm, Jonathan Gorrie The Athletic suggests Brighton could ask for up to £ 50million for midfielder Yves Bissouma this month after signing Philippe Coutinho. 1:21 PM, Jonathan Gorrie Reports surfacing suggesting Spurs may make an offer for Adama Traore soon. Antonio Conte is believed to be ready to offer £ 18m to make the Spain international his first signing at Spurs to usher in their new era. 1:12 p.m., Jonathan Gorrie Newcastle United are considering a shock for Burnley striker Chris Wood this month, according to The Daily Telegraph. 12:26, ​​Jonathan Gorrie Renowned transfer insider Fabrizio Romano has revealed that Chelsea are still pushing their attempts to recall Emerson from Lyon. After a string of defensive injuries, the club are looking to bring the Italian back to provide further cover. OL turned down the first approach, but Chelsea are pushing again - ready to offer compensation 🔵 The deal with #CFC Lucas Digne now looks very unlikely. pic.twitter.com/BFi2AhhXJX - Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) Jan 9, 2022 11:45 am, Jonathan Gorrie Reports from France suggest Paris Saint-Germain could sign Romelu Lukaku this summer. The forward, who has admitted that things have not gone according to plan at Stamford Bridge since his mega-cash return, could be a replacement for Kylian Mbappe. 11.07am, Jonathan Gorrie Borussia Dortmund believes Erling Haaland is on the road for Manchester City after Manchester United went out of the race. City are believed to be ready to pay the huge fees required to sign the striker this summer. 10:21 am, Jonathan Gorrie reports in Spain suggest Manchester United star Bruno Fernandes could now be a target for Barcelona in case they miss Erling Haaland. Ronaldo and Fernandes are playing together mid-season, things aren't going well for United ... 09:29, Jonathan Gorrie The Athletic suggests Maurizio Sarri is interested in bringing Kepa to Lazio. 09:03, Jonathan Gorrie The Express claim Arsenal could turn to Aston Villa striker Ollie Watkins as a possible alternative to Dusan Vlahovic. While the connection may be less exciting, striker could replace Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang in the long run and strengthen Mikel Arteta's side. 08:39, Jonathan Gorrie United is fighting for persuasiveness, super agent Jorge Mendes is due to fly to England shortly to hold crisis talks with Cristiano Ronaldo. There have been suggestions that the superstar striker is already thinking about his future at Old Trafford. 8:38 AM, Jonathan Gorrie Good morning and welcome to Standard Sport LIVE coverage of the latest transfer news across Europe while the window heats up.

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How Messi became the newest superstar to join PSG's Player Power franchise

Lionel Messi was pictured at numerous parties at home in Argentina over Christmas and eventually contracted a Covid 19 infection, the effects of which could rule him out of the Ligue 1 game with Lyon on Sunday (Author: Gardener)

MessiThe quality of the Paris Saint-Germain squad cannot be questioned, but at times the attitude has been that way. The invisible work that the best teams and individual players do off the field is not always evident at the French capital city club, where some players have earned a reputation for living in the fast lane and acting when things don't go well. On the pitch, the problems have manifested themselves as outbursts of anger in the face of adversity, typically typical of Idrissa Gueye's red card in the second leg of last season's Champions League semi-final defeat against Manchester City. In the meantime, star players have come under regular fire for their off-field lifestyle. During the Christmas break, the seven-time Ballon d'Or winner could be seen at numerous parties in his home country Argentina and eventually contracted a Covid 19 infection, the effects of which could exclude him from the Ligue 1 game against Lyon on Sunday . After the Coupe de France's victory over Vannes on Monday, coach Mauricio Pochettino openly admitted that he had no update on Messi's condition as he had "heard nothing from the player". "The coach is above everyone, whether you are a star or not," raged former PSG player Jerome Rothen against RMC. “Through his words, he admits that he doesn't know where Messi is. It just means Messi didn't answer the phone to speak to Pochettino. The coach has to do what he wants. ”A number of long-term injury issues have not helped the Brazilian while his deplorable form this season has left him vulnerable to such attacks. While an ultra professional like Cristiano Ronaldo, who is known to only drink water, may have used the time to relax, Neymar took to Instagram to show the world how well he was doing. The problem with PSG is that such an attitude is endemic in their squad. This ongoing undermining of Pochettino, Rothen believes, extends to all gaming staff. "If you don't respect your coach, you won't get where you want to go," he complained. Messi as a newcomer is not the cause of these problems seen by the above, but ignored the parade of coaches who tried to win the Champions League for the Parc des Princes team remained immune to criticism. He's helped bring some of the game's greatest players to the club, but these players weren't always kept under control while he underestimated the role of coach. Thomas Tuchel, for example, left a year ago The dispute with Leonardo promptly led Chelsea to the Champions League title. Analyst Rothen is one of the few willing to question the work of the 1994 world champion from a gamer? not normal, because the image of PSG is still suffering from the cops of Neymar on social networks ... poker, parties, New Years. “You say you are the sporting director of one of the biggest clubs in Europe and you want to win the Champions League. The odds are growing against Pochettino, whose ability to lead the squad seems to be thinning with each arrival of a superstar. Messi's summer signing should have been a blessing for Pochettino, but it hasn't always been easy. Like Neymar, he has too big a profile and too much support from above to drop it, despite the fact that there has only been one Ligue 1 goal since arriving. PSG may appear like a big team in the transfer market, but until these internal problems are resolved, the dream of winning the Champions League may well remain.

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Arsenal legend Ian Wright says PSG star would help them challenge again

Georginio Wijnaldum has been linked with a move from PSG to the Premier League and Ian Wright thinks he would be the perfect signing for Arsenal (Author: Gardener)

Ian WrightIan Wright believes Arsenal are not far from "seriously competing" again and has named a Paris Saint-Germain player to sign. Arsenal are currently on an upward trajectory after years of the opposite and turned things around after losing their first three games of the season without goals. The Gunners currently occupy fourth place and are fighting to qualify for next season's Champions League, something they haven't done since the 2016/17 season. Wright believes they are on the verge of becoming a serious player in the league again and thinks they should try to sign PSG midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum. "I saw Wijnaldum's name [linked to Arsenal]. On loan from PSG," he said on the Kelly and Wrighty Show. He's a Premier League winner. "Then they can expand the squad and suddenly Arsenal can seriously challenge and challenge." Wijnaldum only moved to Ligue 1 leaders last summer after his contract with Liverpool expired in the summer after initially being linked with a move to Barcelona. The Dutch midfielder has only played nine league games and three more in the Champions League this season and is reportedly dissatisfied with life in Paris. He has been linked to a possible Premier League return, with Everton and former club Newcastle United also reportedly interested. Arsenal have Mohamed Elneny and Thomas Partey in the African Cup of Nations, which started brilliantly on Sunday, and Ainsley Maitland-Niles has just moved to Roma on loan which means Wijnaldum would likely get a good playing time. On Friday, before they were kicked out of the FA Cup by Nottingham Forest, Arteta admitted he was looking at the signings during this month's transfer window. "So of course we're going to move and look for options because we're very small." In addition to a midfielder, the north Londoners have been linked with a move from Fiorentina striker Dusan Vlahovic, one of the most wanted strikers in Europe.

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PSG makes an expensive offer for Rüdiger

The January 2022 transfer window is open (find out when it closes here) and there is a lot of talk about who is moving where. Transfer Talk brings you the latest rumors, comings and goings and of course closed deals! TOP STORY: PSG makes an expensive ... (Author: Gardener)

PSGThe January 2022 transfer window is open (find out when it closes here) and there is a lot of talk about who is moving where. Paris Saint-Germain have made an official offer to sign Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger, according to Foot Mercato. The Ligue 1 club want to dissuade him from a possible move to Real Madrid and have therefore proposed a more lucrative salary package: a contract worth 7 million euros per season, according to the report. The move would be official when his contract with Chelsea expires in the summer. It seemed the 28-year-old center-back's preferred destination would be the Santiago Bernabeu. PSG sports director Leonardo is doing everything possible to convince Rüdiger to choose Paris as his next home. The German international has been a priority for Thomas Tuchel's side this season and the club are hoping he will extend his current tenure at Stamford Bridge. But the arrival of another top European club on the negotiating table could mean that the Blues will have to look for alternatives before next season. With Antonio Rudiger's contract expiring this summer, Madrid seem like a likely target but PSG have made a high-priced official offer to poach him. - Lucas Digne's next club is expected to be Aston Villa, according to Sky Sports. The Everton left-back was on the radar of a number of Premier League sides during the winter transfer window but now it looks like a £ 25m transfer deal has been agreed with Steven Gerrard's side. The 28-year-old was also shortlisted by Napoli, despite the fact that the Serie A club stepped down with reports that his salary claims are in the range of £ 8.5m per season. - According to Ekrem Konur, Jürgen Klopp has no plans to leave Divock Origi during the current transfer window. The 26-year-old forward has recently been linked with moves to West Ham United and Fenerbahce, but his performances have made him a common tool outside the bench, scoring the winning goal against Wolves in December. - Philippe Coutinho could sign a permanent deal with Aston Villa. According to Fabrizio Romano, Barcelona have included a € 40million option clause to make the summer move permanent. The 29-year-old attacking midfielder is expected to have announced his loan deal with the Premier League club shortly after negotiations began on a deal last week. - Sevilla are ready to take another approach for Manchester United striker Anthony Martial, said Ekrem Konur. The La Liga club have maintained interest in a loan deal for the 26-year-old despite struggles with the salary the Red Devils would contribute and are now reportedly ready to try again to add firepower to the attack. Martial has fought for minutes this season and only started two games in the Premier League. It is reported that they have already made an official request to the Clarets regarding a possible deal. The 30-year-old presented himself in mixed form this season and scored three goals in 17 league games.

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Under PSG's Lukaku transfer plan, Mbappe would leave after the star upset Chelsea

Romelu Lukaku admitted he was "not happy" at Chelsea and PSG are reportedly ready to take advantage of the situation this summer as they look to replace Kylian Mbappe (Author: Gardener)

ChelseaRomelu Lukaku admitted he was "not happy" at Chelsea and PSG are reportedly ready to take advantage of the situation this summer as they look to replace Kylian Mbappe. Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly interested in signing Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku. The 28-year-old Belgian international recently told Italian reporters he was "not happy" at Stamford Bridge and questioned coach Thomas Tuchel's tactics. Lukaku was dropped for his comments but has since apologized and is now back on the team, scoring a goal against Chesterfield in the FA Cup on Saturday. But according to Catalan outlet El Nacional, Tuchel and blues owner Roman Abramovich are still considering selling Lukaku. That has reportedly put PSG on alert as the French giants are in danger of losing star striker Kylian Mbappe. Should Chelsea sell Romelu Lukaku after his controversial interview? Romelu Lukaku could be on his way from Chelsea at the end of the season The 22-year-old Frenchman is out of contract at the end of the season and is expected to join Real Madrid on a free transfer. PSG will identify Mbappe's replacement in the coming months and Lukaku could be the perfect option. The club's owner, Nasser Al-Khelaifi, is considered a fan of the former Manchester United ace and it would be a solid investment given his age and track record. Lukaku has scored 198 goals in 410 league games since his debut for Belgian club Anderlecht in May 2009. PSG are believed to be ready to spend € 90m - around £ 75.5m - on Lukaku despite the fact that Chelsea paid Inter Milan £ 97.5m for their services last summer. Cristiano Ronaldo is said to be another candidate to replace Mbappe - who is teaming up with rival Lionel Messi - but would only be a short-term option. PSG won't make a move to the next striker until the summer, which gives Lukaku a chance to rebuild trust with the blues supporters. Mbappe has already confirmed that he will not leave Ligue 1 hopefuls in January as he tries to win his first Champions League crown. "I will give everything to win the Champions League, the league and the cup," the world champion told CNN. "I was honest [when I said I wanted to leave]. I want to win everything this season. Kylian Mbappe will likely leave PSG in the summer." Paris is my city, this is where I was born, this is where I grew up. "For Playing PSG is an amazing feeling to be playing next to you with your family and friends. " Speaking to Chelsea fans earlier this month, Lukaku said: "I'm sorry for the excitement I've caused. You know the connection I've had with this club since I was young. I'll do my best every day Show commitment on the training ground and in the games so that we can win. " Commenting on his future, Lukaku added, "I came when I was 18, it didn't go so well, now I am. I'm back here at 28, I think the best years of my career." I've worked really hard for the last 10 years, to get this chance. I am really happy to be here. I have to show my dedication to the fans to make sure we win games and lots of trophies at the end of the season. "

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Broadcast news LIVE! PSG want Romelu Lukaku; Exits Ndombele, Bergwijn Spurs; Ronaldo, Digne, Haaland update

Broadcast news LIVE! PSG want Romelu Lukaku; Exits Ndombele, Bergwijn Spurs; Ronaldo, Digne, Haaland Update - (Author: Gardener)

Romelu LukakuYou are using an older browser version. Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience. Elsewhere, the situation at Manchester United is said to be so dire that Cristiano Ronaldo is thinking about his future and holding crisis talks with super agent Jorge Mendes. Lazio coach Maurizio Sarri is reportedly eager to meet Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa despite his controversial history and Arsenal have been linked with a move from Aston Villa star Ollie Watkins in case Dusan Vlahovic is not signed. Paris Saint-Germain thinks Romelu Lukaku is another big rumor as a possible replacement for Kylian Mbappe. Lucas Digne has been linked with a move to Chelsea but Aston Villa are currently leading the race for the left-back. After the club was booed by parts of the Tottenham crowd on Saturday, the club reportedly plans to sell Tanguy Ndombele. Antonio Conte commented on the situation while Steven Bergwijn is also rumored to be on his way out of the club. Follow Standard Sport for the latest news, rumors and rumors with LIVE blog! Borussia Dortmund believe Haaland is ready for Manchester City. No agreement between Mbappe and Real Madrid Tottenham could try to sell Ndombele 21:42 to the starting XI. The 24-year-old started as a right-back for Roma and played the full 90 minutes. It was certainly a memorable debut. 9:14 pm, Matt Verri Antonio Rudiger's contract with Chelsea expires at the end of the season and it seems like he's no closer to reaching an agreement with the Blues on new terms. A move to Real Madrid seemed inevitable at the end of the season but talks about it have cooled off in recent weeks. Foot Mercato report that PSG are interested in Rüdiger while Real are still interested but unable to keep up with the French club's offer. 20:43, Matt Verri We have already spoken about the rumors of Tanguy Ndombele's future but he may not be the only Spurs player to find a new club in this window. Fabrizio Romano reports that Tottenham have decided to bring Steven Bergwijn with a number of Dutch clubs interested in the winger. Bergwijn hasn't made a significant impression under Conte and it looks like he might just be one of several players the Italian will sack in the coming weeks. Mateta on his way out 8:03 pm, Matt Verri Crystal Palace striker Jean-Philippe Mateta is about to leave the club this month He is under-challenged in the Premier League and has only scored two goals in 13 games. Ligue 1 club Saint-Etienne are now interested in loaning Mateta. The loan deal between Mainz, which ruled out a return to their parent club for the French striker, and Crystal Palace comes to an end this summer - click here for the full story while Palace keep an eye on other options. 7:41 p.m., Matt Verri Adama Traore has continued to be linked with a move to Tottenham this month but Wolves boss Bruno Lage insisted he knew nothing of the rumors when asked about it. "They're giving me something new," said Lage. I don't know about it, but what I said before, I'll say again. 7.15pm, Matt Verri Antonio Conte says Tanguy Ndombele needs to "be better" to change the minds of Tottenham fans who whistled the midfielder in Sunday's 3-1 win over Morecambe after the incident, with it already being checked It seemed that the Tottenham coach was not entirely convinced of the midfielder. Ndombele, the much maligned club record, trudged right through the tunnel after the whistle was blown, but Conte refused to criticize the French afterwards. Read the full story about what Conte had to say about Ndombele right here 18:56, Aston Villa's Matt Verri travels to England tonight before receiving medical treatment at the club and completing the move. Coutinho will be on loan from Barcelona until the end of the season, but Villa has the option to make it permanent in the summer, five months before the Brazilian can impress and earn an extended period in the Premier League. 6:27 p.m., Matt Verri Lucas Digne has been heavily linked with a Chelsea move and there have been rumors of a possible West Ham fall as well. But it is Aston Villa who have taken the lead in the race to sign the Frenchman, according to Sky Sports, with Chelsea instead focusing on recalling Emerson Palmieri, and that has given Steven Gerrard and Villa the opportunity to join Digne. The left-back has made it clear that he would like to leave Goodison Park this month and it looks like he will be leaving to grant his wish. 17:07, Jonathan Gorrie Fabrizio Romano has announced that Tottenham are now trying to sell or loan Tanguy Ndombele as soon as possible. The Frenchman was whistled in Spurs' FA Cup win against Morecambe on Sunday and his time at the club appears to be over. Arsenal Ready To Go All In At Dusan Vlahovic 16:44, Jonathan Gorrie The Daily Mirror claims Arsenal are ready to break the bank for the Fiorentina forward THIS MONTH. 2:59 p.m., Jonathan Gorrie ESPN claims that despite the intense ties between Kylian Mbappe and Real Madrid, nothing has been agreed upon. He is widely expected to make a free transfer this summer, with the possibility that another team might take a look ... 14:57, Jonathan Gorrie Sky of Italy claim AC Milan want Eric Bailly a way out of Manchester United offer. Although the Ivorian has recently signed a new deal, he can't imagine much at Old Trafford and could join former team-mate Zlatan Ibrahimovic at the San Siro. 1:33 pm, Jonathan Gorrie The Athletic suggests Brighton could ask for up to £ 50million for midfielder Yves Bissouma this month after signing Philippe Coutinho. 1:21 PM, Jonathan Gorrie Reports surfacing suggesting Spurs may make an offer for Adama Traore soon. Antonio Conte is believed to be ready to offer £ 18m to make the Spain international his first signing at Spurs to usher in their new era. 1:12 p.m., Jonathan Gorrie Newcastle United are considering a shock for Burnley striker Chris Wood this month, according to The Daily Telegraph. 12:26, ​​Jonathan Gorrie Renowned transfer insider Fabrizio Romano has revealed that Chelsea are still pushing their attempts to recall Emerson from Lyon. After a string of defensive injuries, the club are looking to bring the Italian back to provide further cover. OL turned down the first approach, but Chelsea are pushing again - ready to offer compensation 🔵 The deal with #CFC Lucas Digne now looks very unlikely. pic.twitter.com/BFi2AhhXJX - Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) Jan 9, 2022 11:45 am, Jonathan Gorrie Reports from France suggest Paris Saint-Germain could sign Romelu Lukaku this summer. The forward, who has admitted that things have not gone according to plan at Stamford Bridge since his mega-cash return, could be a replacement for Kylian Mbappe. 11.07am, Jonathan Gorrie Borussia Dortmund believes Erling Haaland is on the road for Manchester City after Manchester United went out of the race. City are believed to be ready to pay the huge fees required to sign the striker this summer. 10:21 am, Jonathan Gorrie reports in Spain suggest Manchester United star Bruno Fernandes could now be a target for Barcelona in case they miss Erling Haaland. Ronaldo and Fernandes are playing together mid-season, things aren't going well for United ... 09:29, Jonathan Gorrie The Athletic suggests Maurizio Sarri is interested in bringing Kepa to Lazio. 09:03, Jonathan Gorrie The Express claim Arsenal could turn to Aston Villa striker Ollie Watkins as a possible alternative to Dusan Vlahovic. While the connection may be less exciting, striker could replace Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang in the long run and strengthen Mikel Arteta's side. 08:39, Jonathan Gorrie United is fighting for persuasiveness, super agent Jorge Mendes is due to fly to England shortly to hold crisis talks with Cristiano Ronaldo. There have been suggestions that the superstar striker is already thinking about his future at Old Trafford. 8:38 AM, Jonathan Gorrie Good morning and welcome to Standard Sport LIVE coverage of the latest transfer news across Europe while the window heats up.

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FA Cup result, final score and reaction as well as Tottenham and Liverpool results

West Ham vs Leeds LIVE: FA Cup Result, Full Time & Reaction & Tottenham & Liverpool results - Follow the overall reaction of the Premier League match at the London Stadium, as well as the results of the rest of the third round matches (Author: Gardener)

FA CupWest Ham vs Leeds LIVE: FA Cup result, final score and reaction, plus Tottenham and Liverpool results Manuel Lanzini and Jarrod Bowen added even more misery to Leeds in the FA Cup as West Ham marched into the fourth round. Lanzini's goal in the first half and Bowen's later goal secured David Moyes' side a 2-0 win and condemned Leeds to a ninth third-round loss in their last 12 seasons. It's now been five years since the Whites won an FA Cup game and they rarely looked like they'd buck this sad trend in a one-sided encounter at the London stadium. 7:25 pm, Michael Jones Lewis Grabban's late hit stunned Arsenal when Nottingham Forest ousted the Gunners from the FA Cup, 14-time winners, delivered a disjointed performance that got what it deserved, with Forest more than equaling the visitors and continued its upward curve under Steve Cooper. 7:23 pm, Michael Jones An avid Steve Cooper spoke to ITV and gave his reaction to Forest's victory over Arsenal by saying, I think so [we deserve it]. Then we came on and he scored. "After the game against Leicester City in round four:" We're looking forward to that. This is a big club. ”7.15pm, Michael Jones Nottingham Forests captain and match winner Lewis Grabban spoke to ITV after the game and talked about his winning goal, Keinan Davis started ahead of him and pulled Leicester into the next round. I think we deserved it, we didn't have many chances and we were able to oust them at the last moment. It's always tough against Arsenal so we just did our best. “Keinans [Davis] comes in, he hasn't played for many minutes so he has to go back and be one of the older players I can take with a break every now and then. Every time you step to the point you have to prove a point so I tried to do what I had to do and it went well today. When the ball goes in the box, you try to get to the end, and that's what we did. "[Against Leciester in the next round] We have to be at our best again and hopefully we can make it through the round." 19:09, Michael Jones Lewis Grabban scored his first FA Cup goal since December 2011 for Rotherham against Shrewsbury a little over 10 years ago. 7:05 p.m., Michael Jones Nottingham Forest knocked Arsenal out of the FA Cup for the second time in five years in the third round: 2 - Arsenal only eliminated for the second time in the final round in the third round of the FA Cup 26 seasons, with the other instance also coming to Nottingham Forest (2017-18). #EmiratesFACup - OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) January 9, 2022 7:02 p.m., Michael Jones 90 + 3 min .: Annoyed! The Championship's Nottingham Forest knocked Arsenal out of the FA Cup! His goal is the difference between the teams as Forest moves into the fourth round to set up a meeting with Leicester City. It's a deserved win for Steve Cooper's men! Saed Kolasinac joined Arsenal but the Gunners are running out of time. Nottingham Forest is controlling this game well. Substitute Ribeiro Dias got the ball on the left wing as Grabban ran in front of Cedric Soares. He has fed the ball and moves to the right for a more central shot on goal. 18:54, Michael Jones 85 min .: The home fans are now in full voice, it took a long time, but the game has finally started. Nottingham Forest are only five minutes plus stoppage time from an FA Cup surprise. 18:51, Michael Jones 83 min .: Forest is in the lead! What a Johnson wins the ball in midfield and drives the home side forward on the counterattack. He shoves the ball towards Yates on the right wing while Grabban makes a run through the center of the box. Yates' flank is added and Grabban gets out nicely. He gets to the ball and pushes it past Leno to break the deadlock! 18:48, Michael Jones 78 min .: The ball comes to Tierney on the left wing. He encounters a late Spence tackle who takes more of the man than the ball and goes into the book. A long ball comes to Saka on the right. He takes the ball into the box and puts it across to Lacazette. 18:44, Michael Jones 75 min .: Fores floats the resulting free kick into the box and McKenna heads it into the center of the box. Lacazette are back to push the ball away and set up a possible counterattack that will lead to nowhere for Arsenal. 18:43, Michael Jones 73 mins: Arsenal win a free kick right in Forest's half. It is sent to the pits but is easily deleted by the home team. The fight between Martinelli and Spence continues as Forest right-back drives the ball onto the field. 18:39, Michael Jones 70 min .: Charlie Patino is deposed by Mikel Arteta and replaced by Alexandre Lacazette. Both coaches are substituted on quite offensive, but who will prevail? 18:36, Michael Jones 68 min .: Keinan Davis' debut for Nottingham Forest ends shortly after an hour and club captain Lewis Grabban replaces him. Nketiah gets the ball in the box and would do well to turn away from Steve Cook before rolling it onto his left foot and shooting a shot over the crossbar! 18:34, Michael Jones 65 min .: Nice interception of Jack Colback to kindle Forest to a counterattack. Davis brings the ball into the box on the left before hurling it back at Garner, who rolls a cross into the box and sends it straight into Leno's hands. 18:31, Michael Jones 62 mins: This is an opportunity for Nottingham Forest. You win a free kick about 25-30 yards from goal and James Garner stands over it. He smokes it perfectly and the ball looks like it's sneaking into the top left corner. Saka brings the ball in from the right and lifts a pass to the back post. The ball only hits his head and bounces past the rear post. 18:26, Michael Jones 57 mins: Perhaps this Zinckernagel shot will bring Arsenal to life. The Gunners come forward with Saka on the ball and win a corner. It is lashed towards the near post where Keinan Davis first reaches it and directs it clear for Forest. Odegaard brings the ball to Tierney on the left, his cross into the box is easily cleared by Forest. You break off the right wing, Johnson carries the ball past Holding. He drives into the box and pulls him back to Zinckernagel, who hits a first shot on goal and forces Leno to make a sharp save on his left! 18:20, Michael Jones 51 minutes: Arsenal wasn't pervasive at all tonight. Her attacks come from wide areas - mostly from Martinelli - and then the final ball lets her down. There is no intensity or urgency for the Gunners who are seemingly happy to just toss the ball through midfield. 18:18, Michael Jones 48 min .: It was a brilliant start to the second half from Nottingham Forest. Djed Spence was a force of nature on the home side's right wing and Arsenal were unable to cope with him. The ball goes inside to James Garner, who chooses not to shoot and sends it back onto the wing instead. A cross goes into the box, but Rob Holding heads it away. 18:14, Michael Jones kick-off: A reminder that there has to be a result today. So if this game ends in a draw, we'll go into overtime and maybe even on penalties. Arsenal start the game with a pass back to Bernd Leno. He sends it long and picks Saka, but his first touch is bad and Scott Mckenna clears the Nottingham Forest lines. Sign up for The Independent's free weekly sports newsletter 6:09 PM, Michael Jones To sign up for our free sports newsletter for regular updates right to your inbox. News | The Independent | Today's headlines and breaking news | The Independent 6:04 p.m., Michael Jones Nothing to separate the teams at halftime. 18:01, Michael Jones, the non-league Kidderminster Harriers got a dream game at home in the FA Cup fourth round draw against West Ham United from the Premier League. Kidderminster, the lowest remaining team in the competition, defeated Reading third round on Saturday while West Ham defeated Leeds. 17:57, Michael Jones 45 + 1 min .: A rather slow 45 minutes of football comes to an end. Arsenal weren't great but Nottingham Forest had moments of delight on the counterattack. The game needs a goal to bring it to life. 17:54, Michael Jones 43 min: Forest plays the ball back to Samba and Samba sends it to the right wing. Nketiah chases the ball down and slips just before it hits the goalkeeper, slipping in samba, knocking it down and booing from home fans. 17:53, Michael Jones 41 min: Arsenal are not at the height of power. By far, their game seems to be slowing down, leading to idiosyncratic passes and not many players getting into the box. Most of their crosses from the vast areas have sailed over the heads of everyone in the box. 17:49, Michael Jones 38 mins: Martinelli did some good runs into space on the left and this time he played in the back. He collects the ball and passes into the penalty area for Tierney, who is quickly displaced. The left-back manages to dump the ball to hold, but his shot is lowered at the edge of the box. 17:46, Michael Jones 35 min .: Mikel Arteta is not at all satisfied with Nuno Taveres' performance. 17:44, Michael Jones 32 minutes: Oh, that's a nice take of Brice Samba as Arsenal swings another corner deep into the box. The Nottingham Forest goalkeeper comes off his line and controls the ball with an outstretched right hand before sending his team forward for break. 17:40, Michael Jones 29th min .: A corner for Forest does not hit the man at the near post and the gap for Zinckernagel decreases. He tries to reposition himself in a shooting area but takes too long on the ball and closes, but Arsenal's defense is pressing forward. The Gunners come forward on the right and work their way towards Nketiah. He cuts in and shoots, rattles a deflected shot into the outside netting and wins a corner. 17:38, Michael Jones 26 min .: White steps into midfield and passes the ball to Martinelli. He sends it to Tavares on the left and does an overlapping run. Tavares rolls the ball back onto his right foot and lifts it into the box towards Nketiah, but Steve Cook is there to head the ball clear. 17:35, Michael Jones 23 min: Arsenal's best attacks came from long balls over the top. Hold clicks the Forest Defense this time and sends Martinelli, who runs Spence to chase him. Both players are fast, Martinelli comes first, but quickly pushes the ball away and the Forest defender carries it away from his own penalty area. 17:31, Michael Jones 20 min .: Martinelli tries to break off the left wing, but rolls over the ball and kicks it out of play. Nottingham Forest have been good, they are strong on the ball and they are not afraid to carry the game into Arsenal's defense. Spence wins a free kick deep in the half of Arsenal. Garner tries to curve the ball into the penalty area, but smokes it directly into Martinelli, which forms a one-man wall. 17:27, Michael Jones 17 min .: Lokonga pulls Zinckernagel for a foul in the middle of the Arsenal half. The Gunners send the ball to the right wing before passing it back to Holding. He threads him into the penalty area, Martinelli hits a cross in the middle and wins a corner. Eddie Nketiah comes by for a quick corner and passes it on to Odegaard. He rolls a cross into the box and Samba confidently comes off his line to take the ball. 17:24, Michael Jones 14 min .: Tavares sends a powerful back pass to Leno, who would do well to leave the ball for the corner only with his chest behind him. James Garner swings the standard in the middle, but Rob Holding stands tallest to head the ball clear for the Gunners. 17:21, Michael Jones 11 mins: This is a nice flowing forward pass from Ben White to play Bukayo Saka behind the lines on the right. He carries the ball into the penalty area and tries to place Gabriel Martinelli on the edge of the penalty area, but Spence pinches forward in front of the Arsenal and wins the ball. 17:18, Michael Jones 8 min .: Ryan Yates catches Tavares with a trailing arm in the face and Arsenal win a free kick in Forests half. Martin Odegaard rolls the ball into the penalty area, but it goes over everyone's heads and hits the other side of the pitch. Tavares picks up the loose ball and puts it in the box next to Ben White. He switches to the left and shoots a shot past the near post. 17:15, Michael Jones 6 minutes: Almost! Nice work by Forest attacking and singing over the left side. Brennan Johnson brings the ball inside and passes to Keinan Davis, who sinks the ball into the penalty area to match Philip Zinckernagel’s run. The pass is a bit difficult, however, and Bernd Leno comes flying off his line to smother the loose ball. 17:13, Michael Jones 3 mins: Arsenal tries to play from behind, but Nuno Tavares controls the ball incorrectly and lets it roll for a Forest throw-in. The home side send the ball back to goalkeeper Brice Samba, who changes the game to the left wing. Forest wins another throw and quickly fires the ball at Djed Spence on the right. He drives to Tavares, but leaves the ball out of play. 5.10 p.m., Michael Jones kick-off: Both teams kneel in applause before Nottingham Forest opens the game. It's been a long boot, but Albert Sambi Lokonga heads the ball clear for the Gunners. 17:06, Michael Jones Here come the teams. Arsenal have been in pretty good shape lately, winning five at a trot before losing to Man City for the last time. This is going to be a rough night for Nottingham Forest but we have already seen some FA Cup annoyance this weekend. Can you deliver another one tonight? 5:02 p.m., Michael Jones 10 minutes until kick-off on the City Ground. The winners of this game have just learned that they will face FA Cup champions Leicester City in the next round. The lowest-ranking team Kidderminster Harriers welcomes the Premier League team West Ham United. 16:59, Michael Jones 16:57, Michael Jones 16:56, Michael Jones 16:55, Michael Jones 16:54, Michael Jones Next up: 16:52, Michael Jones It's time for the draw. 4:51 pm, Michael Jones It's almost time for the FA Cup fourth round draw. There are only two spots left in the next round, one of which will go to either Nottingham Forest or Arsenal, which will start after the draw, and the other to Manchester United or Aston Villa, which will face each other tomorrow. Nottingham Forest vs Arsenal: Arsenal wear special all white shirt for FA Cup tie in youth violence Gunners wear special all white shirts for game that night. Arsenal wears a special all-white jersey for the FA Cup tie in the fight against juvenile violence 16:37, Michael Jones The draw for the fourth round of the FA Cup will take place at 4:50 pm. Here are all of the teams involved in the draw: 4:35 pm, Michael Jones Late drama in the FA Cup game between Masterclubs Cardiff and Preston. Mark Harris showed up in the 116th minute to win if a penalty shoot-out looked certain for the Bluebirds after the game. 4:29 p.m., Michael Jones Mark Harris scored a huge goal for Cardiff City! They take the lead with just a few minutes of extra time against Preston. 4:28 pm, Michael Jones Arsenal midfielder Ainsley Maitland-Niles is on loan to Serie A club Roma overall until the end of the season and the club announced its move on their official website. 16:23, Michael Jones The game between Cardiff and Preston has 10 minutes of extra time. 4:20 pm, Michael Jones Manuel Lanzini and Jarrod Bowen added to Leeds' misery in the FA Cup as West Ham marched into the fourth round to a ninth third-round loss in the past 12 seasons, it has been five years now that the Whites won an FA Cup game and they rarely looked like they were going to buck this sad trend in a one-sided London Stadium. 16:17, Michael Jones Forest makes three changes to the team that lost 1-0 to Huddersfield in the championship. Mikel Arteta makes seven changes to Arsenal's line-up, who lost 2-1 to Manchester City last weekend. Only Ben White, Martin Odegaard, Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Martinelli keep their places in the team. 16:14, Michael Jones 🔢 Forest makes debut for Keinan Davis and Steve Cook while Ryan Yates returns 👌 - Nottingham Forest FC (@NFFC) January 9, 2022📝 Here's how we position ourselves in @EmiratesFACup ...— Arsenal (@Arsenal ) January 9, 2022 Nottingham Forest vs Arsenal: Arsenal wears a special all-white jersey for the FA Cup in the fight against juvenile violence 16:08, Michael Jones Today, Arsenal host another FA Cup game as the host in Nottingham Forest. The Gunners will wear special all white jerseys today while the Premier League club in London takes a stand against youth violence. The stabbing of a 16-year-old boy late last year was 30 when Arsenal was preparing to roll out its “No More Red” campaign. Arsenal wear special all white jersey for FA Cup against juvenile violence 16:01, Michael Jones The Cardiff-Preston game ended 1-1 and went into extra time, but results are reported elsewhere. Here are the full time results of all today's games. The teams in bold are the ones that advance to the next round: next is the fourth round draw before Arsenal travel to Nottingham Forest. 15:58, Michael Jones 90 + 4 min .: The final whistle sounds and West Ham completes a 2-0 win over Leeds. Marcelo Bielsa's men are eliminated again in the third round of the FA Cup. 15:55, Michael Jones 90 + 3 min .: West Ham won! Leeds are pushing high in search of an equalizer and a simple clearance sends Antonio free to counterattack. He gets some help from Bowen and hits him with the ball. Meslier storms off his line, but Bowen takes the ball around him and pushes it home! 15:55, Michael Jones 90 + 2 min .: Summerville hits Johnson on the right side and brings the ball into the penalty area. He sends it to the center, but Bowen is there to lead it out. Leeds take the ball back and work it to Drameh who wins a corner for Leeds. Meslier is now up and the ball is swung into the box but Areola gets there and knocks him out of the box. 15:53, Michael Jones 90 min .: four minutes of stoppage time. 15:53, Michael Jones 90 min .: four minutes of stoppage time. Four minutes before West Ham secured a place in the fourth round. 15:51, Michael Jones 88 min .: Summerville has been good since it came. He finds a gap and takes the ball into the box before attempting to bring Harrison in at the bottom right. Harrison, however, does not get the memo and stops running when the pass is played and the ball rolls out for a goal kick. 15:48, Michael Jones 85 mins: Fornals and Vlasic join forces on the left wing to work the ball into the last third of Leeds. This is a dangerous position for West Ham to have the ball. Rice tries to catch Meslier by surprise and turns a shot on goal, but he shoots him high and far. 15:46, Michael Jones After a shock when Morecambe took the lead early on, Tottenham have come back well to secure their place in the fourth round. Late goals by substitute Lucas Moura and Harry Kane have given them a sovereign lead over League One. 3:43 p.m., Michael Jones Milot Rashica broke the impasse in the Charlton-Norwich game when the Premier League team took a 1-0 lead less than 10 minutes before the start of the game. 3:41 p.m., Michael Jones Roberto Firmino has brought Liverpool to the next round. 15:40, Michael Jones 77 min .: West Ham's goal scorer Manuel Lanzini is substituted with almost 15 of the 90 minutes remaining. Pablo Fornals replaces Himmas, who is trying to build his match fitness after missing a few games for the Hammers. Leo Hjelde is going to Leeds and Crysencio Summerville is coming. If Leeds can score, play will go into overtime. Raphinha propelled Leeds forward in attack before Harrison hurled the ball against the back post. Johnson wins the header against Forshaw, but only knocks the ball too Klich. He hits the falling ball on goal, but hurls it into the center of the penalty area, where James extends a leg to guide it towards the goal but spins it past the near post! 3:35 pm, Michael Jones You'd think the Wolves' second goal would be enough to get them into the fourth round at Sheffield United's expense. Nelson Semedo with the goal for the home side and it looks like a mountain for the blades to climb. 3:34 p.m., Michael Jones Harry Winks equalized for Spurs after a direct free kick. It is a nice goal to bring Tottenham back to eye level. 15:32, Michael Jones 69 min .: For Marcelo Bielsa in the injury department, things keep getting worse. 3:30 pm, Michael Jones There was no change to the results in the other six FA Cup games. 15:27, Michael Jones 66 mins: Good defense from West Ham to defeat Dan James as he sprints into the area with the ball. It comes loose, but Areola hits Raphinha for the ball and picks it up safely. West Ham wins a corner which Lanzini rolls into the box. Meslier detaches himself from his line and vigorously knocks it away. 15:25, Michael Jones 64 min: Antonio puts the ball down to Lanzini, who carries it towards the penalty area before letting the ball go to Vlasic. Johnson takes a run down the left side and Vlasic works the ball over to him. Soucek hits the back post as Johnson pounds the ball into the box, but he gets his cross all wrong and scrapes it right out of play. 15:24, Michael Jones 62 min .: Adam Forshaw appears for Leeds, replacing Luke Ayling. The visitors now have a number of attacking players on the field, can they bring Leeds to level? 15:21, Michael Jones 59 min .: Chance! 15:21, Michael Jones 59 min .: Chance! 15:21, Michael Jones 59 min .: Chance! 15:21, Michael Jones 59 min .: Chance! West Ham are the ones pushing for one more goal. Vlasic makes a nice run to carry the ball into the left side of the box. He checks to the right before hitting the ball back at Rice. He runs towards the ball but leans back when he tries his right foot and the shot continues to climb over the bar. 15:19, Michael Jones 56 min .: Hjelde comes a little too close to Vlasic, who falls to the ground right in front of Leeds' penalty area. Contact is minimal at best, but West Ham is awarded a free kick. Raphinha crouches behind the wall to stop the low shot when Lanzini takes over the set piece. The ball comes up to Antonio, who holds it up and Llorente picks it up before slipping off the defender's shoulder and heading towards the penalty area. He threads the ball to Bowen on the right side of the box and he takes a touch to sit down before firing a low shot at goal that Meslier leaves behind with his leg outstretched! 3:14 pm, Sean Morrison of Michael Jones Cardiff fouls in the penalty area for Cardiff Preston's Sean Maguire and the guests receive a penalty. Daniel Johnson takes and pushes the ball home calmly. 15:12, Michael Jones 48 min .: Nah! Michail Antonio gets the ball on the left wing and meets Diego Llorente. The defender forces Antonio to move the ball onto the sideline but leaves too much space to pull it back into the box. Bowen waits, but the ball just barely escapes him and Leeds makes it clear. 15:08, Michael Jones kick-off: Raphinha and Stuart Dallas are on duty for Leeds and replace Sam Greenwood and Lewis Bate at halftime. West Ham gets the game going again. 3:01 p.m., Michael Jones Manuel Lanzini's controversial goal, the only difference between the two teams at halftime, after VAR had not assessed any offside violations in the setup. Can Leeds find their way back into the game in the second half? 2:57 pm, Michael Jones The draw for the fourth round of the FA Cup will take place tonight after a day of surprises and drama in the competition. The draw is expected to take place around 4:50 p.m. after West Ham's clash with Leeds and before Arsenal's trip to Nottingham Forest. It will be broadcast live on ITV. Here's everything you need to know, including the remaining teams and when the fourth round games (February 5-6) are going to take place: When is the FA Cup 4th round draw taking place and how can I see it? 2:54 pm, Michael Jones West Ham v Leeds was the last of the two o'clock whistle to go into halftime and there are some interesting results out there. Here is the latest from the current seven games: 14:52, Michael Jones 45 + 6 min .: West Ham goes into halftime with one goal. They were slightly the better team this half as they created the best scoring opportunities but Leeds are not out yet. 14:50, Michael Jones 45 + 4 min .: Save! 14:50, Michael Jones 45 + 4 min .: Save! 14:50, Michael Jones 45 + 4 min .: Save! Fredericks drives the ball up the field and gives it to Bowen before running inside and into the penalty area. Bowen brings the ball to the right of the box and pushes it across the defender, who takes a first shot and forces Meslier into a low save on his right! 14:49, Michael Jones 45 + 2 min .: There are three additional minutes in the London Stadium. Meslier and Firpo both have had treatment, so there will be a little more time before the break. 2:48 pm, Michael Jones Fabinho scored the penalty for Liverpool, who came from behind to take the lead against Shrewsbury. 14:46, Michael Jones In a championship battle, Isaak Davies gives Cardiff the lead over Preston! Sheffield United were also denied a goal against Wolves and Liverpool were awarded a penalty in the Shrewsbury game. 14:43, Michael Jones 42 min .: Worrying signs for David Moyes and West Ham, since Michail Antonio has gone down and needs help from the physios. The game stops for a minute or two while he receives treatment. 2:41 p.m., Michael Jones Liverpool could be on par again but Tottenham are behind against League One's Morecambe. 2:40 p.m. Michael Jones Kaide Gordon has withdrawn one for Liverpool. The Reds are at eye level again as we approach halftime! 14:38, Michael Jones 36 min .: It stands! Then whether he took the ball away from Meslier in the second phase. There was a good chance the goal would be booked but VAR say it's okay and West Ham will take the lead.

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Nottingham Forest vs Arsenal LIVE! FA Cup game stream, latest team news, lineups, TV, prediction today

Nottingham Forest vs Arsenal LIVE! FA Cup game stream, latest team news, lineups, TV, forecast today - (Author: Gardener)

Nottingham ForestYou are using an older browser version. Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience. The Gunners have won this famous old competition twice more than nearest rivals Manchester United, with Mikel Arteta gaining fame at Wembley in his first season in 2020. Arsenal - currently fourth in the Premier League - were down from Southampton in the fourth round last year and will be targeting another deep run this season after also reaching the Carabao Cup semi-finals. A team from Nottingham Forest looking to seal a surprise in the East Midlands started the season off badly under Chris Hughton but got back on track under former Swansea boss Steve Cooper. However, the hosts have suffered consecutive defeats to Middlesbrough and Huddersfield, leaving them six points from the championship play-off spots. Two-time winner Forest is hoping for a repeat of the last FA Cup meeting between these two teams when they won 4-2 here in the third round in 2018. Follow Nottingham Forest vs Arsenal LIVE using Standard Sport's blog below. including expert analysis by Simon Collings in the City Ground! The No More Red campaign builds on Arsenal's current work in the community and aims to provide safe spaces for people to play football with, starting with the pitch on the Harvist Estate just minutes from the Emirates Stadium program People like Ian Wright and Idris Elba on board the project. Today's jersey will never be available in stores and is only given to individuals who make a positive difference in the community. After the game, the ten jerseys worn by outfield players will be donated to organizations that work in the community to tackle some of the leading causes of knife crime and youth violence, such as the Stephen Lawrence Day Foundation and the Ben Kinsella Trust. You can read more about this initiative here 3:06 PM, George Flood Mikel Arteta admitted at his pre-game press conference on Friday that Arsenal are "really, really" short on numbers ahead of a trip to the City Ground. Nicolas Pepe, Thomas Partey, Mohamed Elneny and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang are all on the way to the Africa Cup of Nations. Gabriel is suspended after being sent off at the last minute against Manchester City on New Years Day while Sead Kolasinac is injured and Calum Chambers could be absent after Covid. Arsenal's travel squad includes youngsters Charlie Patino, Omari Hutchinson and Salah Oulad M'Hand. How to watch Nottingham Forest vs Arsenal 2:56 p.m., George Flood TV channel: In the UK, the match will be broadcast live on ITV tonight, with coverage starting at 4:20 p.m. Live Stream: Fans can also catch the action online via the ITV hub. Welcome to the live coverage of Nottingham Forest v Arsenal! 2:50 PM, George Flood Hello and welcome to Standard Sport LIVE coverage of an intriguing FA Cup bout between Nottingham Forest and Arsenal, we've had no shortage of shocks so far over the third round weekend ... could we increase that number? in the East Midlands? Kick-off is at the slightly odd time today at 5:10 p.m. GMT for Standard Sport tonight.

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