Man U enter FA Cup last-8

Manchester, February 10

Manchester United are into the FA Cup quarterfinals for a seventh straight season. Bournemouth got there for only the second time in its 122-year history.

Scott McTominay’s 97th-minute strike earned United a 1-0 win over West Ham.

Juventus in Italian Cup final

Turin: Juventus progressed to their sixth Italian Cup final in seven years after a 0-0 draw against Inter Milan to win 2-1 on aggregate. Juventus coach Andrea Pirlo has faced criticism in the first season in his managerial career but his team won the Italian Super Cup last year and is still firmly in the hunt for what would be a record-extending 10th successive Serie A title.

Depleted Madrid win

Madrid: It was an assist by a left-back on a goal by another left-back that sealed Real Madrid’s win in the Spanish league.

Zinedine Zidane’s team needed an unusual starting lineup to keep their momentum and cut Atletico Madrid’s lead to five points, with Marcelo setting up Ferland Mendy for the team’s second goal in a 2-0 win over Getafe. Karim Benzema had already scored in the second half and Madrid went on to win for the third time in four games in a match that was postponed from the first round as European competitions finished later than scheduled last season because of the coronavirus pandemic. — Agencies

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