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Dyche angered by Mirallas challenge

Burnley manager Sean Dyche is angry his players appear to be being punished for playing the game the right way.

Burnley manager Sean Dyche claims his side are being punished for playing the game the right way and not haranguing referees in order to win decisions.

Federici gifts Gunners winner

Alexis Sanchez celebrates the winner

A fumble from Reading goalkeeper Adam Federici in extra time handed Arsenal a 2-1 victory and a place in the FA Cup final.

Smith wins gold at last

Louis Smith won gold in Montpellier

Louis Smith ended his wait to win an elusive gold in a major competition with victory in the pommel horse final at the European Gymnastics Championships in Montpellier.

Hazard puts Blues on brink of title

Eden Hazard, right, scored in Chelsea's win

Chelsea have one hand on the Barclays Premier League title after Eden Hazard knocked Manchester United out of the reckoning in the leaders' 1-0 win at Stamford Bridge.

No rest for record-breaker Anderson

Record-breaker James Anderson will play for England in the second Test against the West Indies

England's leading Test wicket-taker will be back on duty in the second Test against West Indies after coach Peter Moores brushed aside talk of a rest for James Anderson.

Saracens bow out of Europe

Charlie Hodgson kicked a penalty and a drop goal

Saracens bowed out of the European Champions Cup after a brave and battling display at Stade Geoffroy-Guichard as English representation in this season's competition came to an agonising end.

Ulloa helps Leicester off foot

Leonardo Ulloa scored in Leicester's win

Leonardo Ulloa grabbed his first Barclays Premier League goal since Boxing Day as Leicester climbed off the bottom of the table with a vital 2-0 win over Swansea.

Barnes see red as Burnley stumble

Kevin Mirallas celebrates scoring the winner

Midfielder Ashley Barnes' recklessness cost Burnley the chance of salvaging a point at Everton as the struggling Clarets dropped to the bottom of the Premier League.

Saints hopes hit by Stoke defeat

Stoke City's Charlie Adam celebrates scoring his side's second goal of the game

Southampton's Champions League hopes suffered a big blow as they were condemned to defeat by a late strike from Stoke goal hero Charlie Adam.

Pulis enjoys Palace return

Craig Gardner celebrates after hitting West Brom's second

West Brom eased any lingering relegation doubts as boss Tony Pulis enjoyed victory over his former club Crystal Palace on Saturday.

Salford suffer cup upset at Leigh

Gareth Hock featured for Leigh but played little part in Salford's downfall

Unbeaten Championship leaders Leigh delivered a stunning knockout blow as Super League club Salford crashed out of the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup.

Rodgers reveals his biggest game

Liverpool's FA Cup semi-final against Aston Villa will not be Brendan Rodgers' biggest game

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers knows his reign will be judged on trophies but even if he reached the FA Cup final he claims it will not be the biggest game of his career.

Pellegrini demands quick response

Manuel Pellegrini continues to defend his tactics

Manuel Pellegrini needs a response from his Manchester City team as they prepare to return to action after last week's derby mauling by Manchester United.

Selby through after major scare

Mark Selby, pictured, was given a big scare by first-round opponent Kurt Maflin

The survival instincts of Mark Selby rescued the defending world champion and left Kurt Maflin heartbroken as the Crucible witnessed an opening-day classic.

McDermott: More to come from Rhinos

Brian McDermott feels Leeds can still improve following victory at St Helens

Leeds coach Brian McDermott watched his team go six points clear at the top of Super League thanks to a clinical 41-16 destruction of champions St Helens and insisted there is more to come from them.

Botham leads Anderson tributes

James Anderson, pictured, has moved ahead of Sir Ian Botham as England's all-time leading Test wicket-taker

Sir Ian Botham gave James Anderson his seal of approval after seeing the seamer move past his record to become England's all-time leading wicket-taker.

Hamilton on pole and feeling great

Lewis Hamilton will be on pole for the Bahrain Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton feels "a nice, calm approach" and a "beast" of a car has helped him become master of qualifying so far this Formula One season.