Sunday's football photos

Manchester United's Paul Scholes (second right) heads the ball to score against Norwich at Carrow Road
Norwich City 1-2 Manchester United: Veteran Paul Scholes heads Manchester United into the lead at Carrow Road in Ryan Giggs's 900th appearance for the club. Scholes meets Luis Nani's superb cross from the right to put the visitors in control
Norwich City's Grant Holt (right) celebrates with team-mates after scoring against Manchester United
The Canaries stun the Red Devils when Adam Drury's long ball into the box is nodded on by Zak Whitbread to Grant Holt (right) and he fires a left-foot shot into the top corner. This could be a big blow to United's title chances as they aim to close the gap on rivals Manchester City at the top of the league table
Ryan Giggs of Manchester United celebrates his last-minute goal against Norwich at Carrow Road
However, Welsh Wizard Ryan Giggs makes it a memorable day on his 900th appearance after scoring in injury time from an Ashley Young cross which he finishes through John Ruddy's legs to keep his side in the hunt for the Premier League title
Tottenham Hotspur's Louis Saha (right) scores their first goal against Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium
Arsenal 5-2 Tottenham: Harry Redknapp's Tottenham, unbeaten in the last four games between the sides, lead at Emirates Stadium after Emmanuel Adebayor finds Louis Saha, whose shot deflects off Thomas Vermaelen and leaves Wojciech Szczesny wrong footed
Emmanuel Adebayor (left) of Tottenham Hotspur celebrates his penalty with Benoit Assou-Ekotto
Former Gunners striker Emmanuel Adebayor (left) gives Spurs a 2-0 lead from the penalty spot after Gareth Bale, travelling at pace, goes down under a challenge. It is easy to see why there has been only one goalless draw in their last 32 league and cup encounters
Arsenal's French Bacary Sagna (centre) scores against Tottenham Hotspur
The home side are soon back in the game. They keep the ball alive after hitting the woodwork and Mikel Arteta dinks in a cross which is met by defender Bacary Sagna (centre), who fires his header past Brad Friedel
Arsenal's Robin van Persie (right) celebrates after scoring their first goal of the game
Barely two minutes after getting one back, Arsenal are back on level terms thanks to a wonderful strike from Dutch maestro Robin van Persie after Younes Kaboul then Benoit Assou-Ekotto fail to clear, allowing the Gunners striker to fire in a left-footed curler for his 23rd league goal of the season
Tomas Rosicky gives Arsenal the lead at the Emirates Stadium
The Gunners turn it around at Emirates Stadium and now lead 3-2 after Tomas Rosicky charges forward before spreading play wide for Sagna, who makes a great overlapping run. Rosicky continues his run and deftly flicks Sagna's deflected cross over Friedel from close range
Arsenal's Theo Walcott scores his first goal of the game against Tottenham
Theo Walcott (right) makes it 4-2 after some neat play by Rosicky and Van Persie who feeds Walcott to finish with a sublime chip. Moments later Walcott makes it 5-2 after a superb ball over the top by Alex Song finds Walcott onside and he finishes confidently
Matthew Upson of Stoke celebrates after scoring their first goal
Stoke City 2-0 Swansea City: Stoke take the lead when a Matthew Etherington cross is met by the powerful head of Matthew Upson to score his first Stoke goal. The Potters have lost their last four Premier league games but have not lost five in a row since their promotion in 2008
Peter Crouch of Stoke scores their second goal
Peter Crouch helps the Potters take a firm grip on the game at the Britannia when a long throw-in from Ryan Shotton finds him at the near post and his header from close-range beats debutant Swansea keeper Gerhard Tremmel. The Swans have no answer and the game finishes 2-0
Cardiff City fans wearing masks of Cardiff City Manager Malky Mackay outside Wembley Stadium, before the Carling Cup Final at Wembley Stadium
Cardiff City v Liverpool: Cardiff City fans make their way to Wembley Stadium for the Carling Cup final wearing face masks of their manager Malky Mackay. The Bluebirds have beaten one Premier league side, three from the Championship, one from the League One and one from League Two to reach the final
Liverpool fans hold banners protesting against The Sun newspaper prior to their Carling Cup Final match against Cardiff City at Wembley Stadium
Liverpool fans are in demonstrative mood ahead of the match, which will be only the second time the clubs have met in the League Cup. Liverpool won their previous meeting 2-1 in a fourth-round tie at Anfield in 2007
Joe Mason of Cardiff City (centre) celebrates with team mates after he scores their first goal
Joe Mason gives Cardiff the lead after Kenny Miller finds him with a neat through pass, and the 20-year-old finishes neatly under Pepe Reina from eight yards out. The Bluebirds are only the 16th club from outside the top flight to reach the final but could be about to pull off a shock
Martin Skrtel of Liverpool scores during the Carling Cup final match
However, Martin Skrtel equalises for Liverpool after Stewart Downing's corner is headed towards goal by Andy Carroll and headed against the post by Luis Suarez. Skrtel reacts quickest to fire a low shot past Tom Heaton
Dirk Kuyt of Liverpool celebrates scoring their second goal
It's despair for Cardiff City as Dirk Kuyt, who has never won a medal with Liverpool, bursts through the middle, and although his first shot is blocked by Anthony Gerrard, his follow-up nearly rips the net to send Liverpool players, staff and fans alike into delirium
Cardiff City's Ben Turner (second right) shoots to score against Liverpool
But just as Liverpool fans were about to celebrate victory, Cardiff find another gear and are now level after the Reds fail to clear inside their own area and Ben Turner (right) is on hand to bundle the ball in. This match is now heading for a penalty shoot-out
Liverpool players celebrate winning the penalty shoot-out during the Carling Cup Final at Wembley Stadium
It is joy for Liverpool but utter heartbreak for Cardiff as the Reds win the Carling Cup in what has been a dramatic afternoon at Wembley with both sides contributing so much to what has been an engrossing final. Both teams fought to the end but Liverpool take the silverware - a first domestic trophy since 2006