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Summary

  1. Have your say on the weekend's action #bbcfootball
  2. Liverpool draw 2-2 with Spurs in a match filled with controversy
  3. Spurs earn point with a contentious late penalty
  4. Dele Alli booked for diving; Harry Kane accused of same offence
  5. Manchester City 13 points clear in Premier League

Live Reporting

By Elizabeth Hudson

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye for now

    That's it for now. Thanks for getting involved.

    A reminder that you can watch Saturday's Match of the Day on the BBC iPlayer.

    And if Watford v Chelsea is your thing this evening, you can follow the latest on the BBC Sport website.

    On BBC Radio 5 Live, Monday Night Club is on from 19:00 GMT, followed at 21:00 by a special documentary, After Munich: How They Rebuilt United, ahead of Tuesday's 60th Anniversary of the Munich air crash.

  2. Di Biagio named interim Italy coach

    Italy Under-21 coach Luigi Di Biagio will coach the senior side on a caretaker basis for the friendlies against Argentina and England in March.

    Italy have been without a coach since Gian Piero Ventura resigned in November after they failed to qualify for the World Cup for the first time since 1958.

    The 46-year-old former midfielder played interationally between 1998 and 2002. His club career included spells at Inter Milan and AS Roma.

    Italy play Argentina in Manchester on 23 March and England at Wembley four days later.

  3. Conte wants backing from Chelsea

    Chelsea manager Antonio Conte says he is giving "all of himself" to Chelsea and has asked the club to reciprocate with a public vote of confidence.

    The Blues boss, who has 18 months left on his deal, won the Premier League title in his first season in charge at Chelsea but has come under scrutiny this season amid his side's poor form.

    "I'd like to have a statement to support against this speculation," said the 48-year-old Italian, whose side travel to Watford on Monday.

    "Maybe I'd like that the club prepare a statement to tell the media, 'I trust in his job, I trust in his work'."

    Antonio Conte
  4. City face clash with Birmingham in Women's FA Cup

    Holders Manchester City will travel to fellow top-flight side Birmingham City in the Women's FA Cup fifth round. The match, which will be the only all-WSL 1 tie in the fifth round, is a repeat of last season's final.

    Record 14-time winners Arsenal will host second-tier Millwall Lionesses, while Chelsea play Neil Redfearn's six-time winners Doncaster Rovers Belles.

    Third-tier sides Chichester City and Lewes FC have been drawn against top-flight Merseyside duo Liverpool and Everton respectively.

    The last-16 ties will be played on Sunday, 18 February.

    Manchester City Women celebrate
  5. Get Involved

    #bbcfootball or text 81111

    You've been having your say on the incidents in Sunday's dramatic game between Liverpool and Tottenham.

    David: Everyone is talking about the foul/non foul. Should we not be talking about Lamela being in an offside position as the ball was played? VAR won’t help with tackles like this but would certainly help with offside calls.

    Jim: I can't understand how the first penalty isn't offside. Surely Kane is interfering with play? Louvren wouldn't even need to clear it if Kane isn't behind him and could let it run past him? When the ball is played he's offside and interfering with play. Are we saying that despite a player being offside if it flicks off an opposition player then play on? Don't think so.

    Nick: What annoys me about the first pen is the way Kane goes to ground, could easily have stayed standing, and the fact Alli gets booked for it shows that it was their game plan for last 20 minutes. Got to accept that Lamela was fouled later on, but you can clearly see he wasn't even trying to play the ball, he put himself in the way to get the penalty, very clever.

  6. No joy for Puel after draw

    Leicester extended their unbeaten run in all competitions to seven games after a 1-1 draw against Swansea.

    Jamie Vardy slotted home in the first half for the Foxes, who were still without Riyad Mahrez, before Federico Fernandez equalised after the break.

    But manager Claude Puel admitted he was frustrated by the result.

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    Video caption: Leicester 1-1 Swansea: 'We dropped two points' - Puel
  7. Not long left to get involved

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    Well you could do BOTH of those, simply by entering the FA People's Cup - the nation's most inclusive and FREE five-a-side competition. No experience is necessary and there are 18 different categories available.

    But beware - there are less than two weeks to go to sign up! Find out all the details here.

  8. We deserved the win - Hughton

    Brighton 3-1 West Ham

    At the Amex, Brighton recorded their first league win since 23 December thanks to a 3-1 victory over West Ham.

    Glenn Murray gave the Seagulls the lead, only for Javier Hernandez to level it but second-half goals from Jose Izquierdo and Pascal Gross sealed the win.

    And manager Chris Hughton hopes that more performances like that will help them retain their Premier League status.

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    Video caption: Brighton win 'thoroughly deserved' - Chris Hughton
  9. Kane hits back at Van Dijk claims

    Tottenham striker Harry Kane has hit back at Virgil van Dijk's claim that he dived to win a penalty in Sunday's 2-2 draw against Liverpool.

    The Dutchman claimed the England international went down too easily under pressure from goalkeeper Loris Karius for the first of the two Spurs penalties but Kane has denied the allegation.

    "He [Karius] has dived, he got in the way and I'm a player, I'm not going to jump out of the way because it's football," said Kane.

    "I definitely felt contact and I went down."

    Harry Kane
  10. Lambert left frustrated

    Bournemouth 2-1 Stoke

    There was frustration for Lambert afterwards.

    "There's no way we deserved to lose that," said the Scot.

    "We looked so comfortable I would have been disappointed to draw, let alone lose."

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    Video caption: Bournemouth 2-1 Stoke City: Lambert frustrated with 'unacceptable' marking
  11. Monday football catch-up

    Bournemouth 2-1 Stoke

    Bournemouth scored twice in a nine-minute second-half spell through substitutes Joshua King and Lys Mousset to give Eddie Howe's side a 2-1 win over Stoke.

    It was Potters manager Paul Lambert's first defeat since he took charge last month and it puts his side back into the relegation zone.

    Lys Mousset scores for Bournemouth
  12. Get Involved

    #bbcfootball or text 81111

    Ross: If that tackle on Lamela happened anywhere else on the pitch it would be a foul, so why would it not be in the penalty box?? Liverpool fans stop crying.

    Ian: As a Spurs fan can say second pen was harsh but van Dijk was a bit reckless after dodgy clearance attempt. Not surprised Klopp is annoyed after the way he celebrated at 2-1. Game is over at final whistle unfortunately.

    Keep sending us your views on Sunday's match at Anfield. Were Liverpool unlucky not to win?

  13. Monday's football catch-up

    Arsenal 5-1 Everton

    At the Emirates, Arsenal ran riot against Everton on Saturday evening, winning 5-1 with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scoring a debut goal and Aaron Ramsey netting his first hat-trick.

    According to BBC Newsbeat, apparently the Gunners' success against their dismal opponents was all down to singer Rihanna...

    But manager Arsene Wenger put the win down to something far more conventional...

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    Video caption: Wenger delighted with Aubameyang and Mkhitaryan's Arsenal debut
  14. Warm welcome for Gazza

    He has definitely had his battles over the last few years, but former England and Rangers star Paul Gascoigne was given a warm welcome at Ibrox on Saturday.

    Gazza, who is now 50, took to the pitch at halftime in the game against Hibernian and was given a rapturous welcome from fans of the team he played for from 1995-98.

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    Video caption: Paul Gascoigne returns to Rangers to take a bow
  15. Fans meet over 'quiet' Old Trafford

    Man Utd 2-0 Huddersfield

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho again criticised the atmosphere at Old Trafford, saying it was 'quiet' during Saturday's game and 'not like Portsmouth' - where he enjoys the atmosphere.

    This is despite a singing section being installed, which supporters are adamant has made a difference.

    However, it has been revealed further discussions have taken place between fans and directors about improving the atmosphere at games.

    In addition, the talks also centred around the potential for increasing the capacity of Old Trafford from its present 76,000.

    Jose Mourinho
  16. Monday's football catch-up

    Manchester United 2-0 Huddersfield

    At Old Trafford, Alexis Sanchez scored his first goal for Manchester United as they comfortably beat Huddersfield 2-0 to send the visitors into the Premier League's relegation zone.

    Romelu Lukaku gave United the lead on 55 minutes with a close-range volley.

    Sanchez was then fouled by Huddersfield defender Michael Hefele to win a penalty and although the Chilean saw his low shot saved, he made no mistake with the rebound to allow the home side close the gap a little on City.

    Alexis Sanchez
  17. It's all Neymar's fault...

    Barcelona's vice-president Jordi Mestre says Neymar's behaviour during his switch to Paris St-Germain is the reason for football's inflated transfer fees.

    The French club paid 220m euros (£200m) for the 25-year-old Brazilian forward, making him the most expensive player in history.

    Neymar
  18. Burnley earn Dyche praise

    Burnley 1-1 Manchester City

    Burnley

    Burnley became the fourth side to take points off runaway Premier League leaders Manchester City, and their performance earned praise from manager Sean Dyche.

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    Video caption: Burnley 1-1 Man City: Clarets dug in for City point - Sean Dyche
  19. Monday's football catch-up

    Burnley 1-1 Manchester City

    Amid all the drama of Sunday's games, you can't have forgotten there were seven Premier League games on Saturday as well.

    Manchester City players are currently on a three-day break, granted to them by manager Pep Guardiola, after their 1-1 draw against Burnley.

    Kevin de Bruyne says he and his team-mates are grateful for some time off before their next game against Leicester on Saturday.

    The draw against Burnley and Manchester United's win over Huddersfield means the gap at the top of the table is down to 13 points.

    Manchester City's Sergio Aguero and Burnley's Charlie Taylor
  20. Monday's football catch-up

    Crystal Palace 1-1 Newcastle

    It was a less than happy Benitez who faced the media after the match.

    "He was pushing my player and my player was pulling," said the Spaniard.

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    Video caption: Crystal Palace 1-1 Newcastle United: Penalty changed the game - Benitez