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Tom Rostance

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  1. Good night!

    And it was a good night for Norwich City, winning a shootout to reach the FA Cup quarter-finals.

    Here are tonight's highlights. See you soon!

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    Video caption: Krul saves Gedson's tame penalty to send Norwich into the sixth round

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    Video caption: FA Cup: Sheffield Wednesday 0-1 Manchester City highlights

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    Video caption: FA Cup: Leicester City 1-0 Birmingham City highlights
  2. 'We are the biggest underdogs, but we are creating memories'

    Tottenham 1-1 Norwich (Norwich win 3-2 on pens)

    Norwich City

    Norwich manager Daniel Farke: "I'm pretty delighted. It was a great performance. Soft skils were great - great spirit and unity - so I'm happy to send the fans home happy. Fantastic support for us and will take this into next week.

    "When you want to beat a top class side like Tottenham you have to put in an all-round performance. You have to be disciplined, work on a gameplan, maybe allow them to have the ball and be prepared to defend. It is about being brave, being mentally strong. So I have many compliments for my players.

    "We have such unity and spirit in this club. We are the biggest underdogs. I can't guarantee if we will stay in the league or win the FA Cup, but we have created memories.

    "We have played for the fans. Given our all on the pitch. We want to be brave and attack the game. It's our way and we will stick to it."

    On the quarter-final draw at home to Manchester United: "We have had three wins away so the lads deserve a home game now, but we are focused on Saturday and Sheffield United right now, but should be another great night in the FA Cup."

  3. Aguero sends City through

    Sheffield Wednesday 0-1 Manchester City

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    Video caption: FA Cup: Sheffield Wednesday 0-1 Manchester City highlights
  4. Post update

    Music to Sean Dyche's ears.

  5. 'I have to speak to the club about Saturday'

    FT: Tottenham 1-1 Norwich (Norwich win 3-2 on penalties)

    Tottenham Hotspur

    More from Jose Mourinho...

    On Troy Parrott: "The penalty is nothing. He is a penalty taker in the under-23s, he scores every one in the unders. He was so confident, he wanted to take one, he wanted to take the responsibility, it's an experience in his career. The problem is not his experience.

    "The problem is the 30 minutes. Now people can see that he has to work a lot so don't think that Parrott is the second Harry Kane because he's just a young kid that needs to work. Let's forget the penalty because we all miss the penalties, it was not Troy."

    You said you were sad for the players, what about the fans? "Exactly the same. The fans were fantastic, the Norwich fans tremendous, our fans too, it was a great night of FA Cup football. I can only thank them for what they gave the team.

    "In this moment I have to think about what's next and I have to speak to my club because I think some of these boys to have a chance to fight Tuesday for a Champions League position they just can't play on Saturday. Particularly in forward positions, behind we've got options but not going forward."

  6. 'I don't have one negative feeling towards my players'

    FT: Tottenham 1-1 Norwich (Norwich win 3-2 on penalties)

    Tottenham Hotspur

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    Video caption: Tottenham take the lead thanks to Jan Vertonghen's towering header

    Jose Mourinho talking to BBC Match of the Day: "I think we don't deserve the result but that's football. As you can expect it was a difficult game, as I could expect some of my players were really really in trouble and they made an incredible effort to try.

    "I am not going to say what everybody knows so this time I am not going to say that but I have to say Steven Bergwijn, it's too much for him to play so many minutes like he is doing. I prefer to call Lucas [Moura] a hero, he is playing every minute of every game in every position to help the team but he told me he had to go out of he's going to get injured.

    "Harry Winks was completely dead. I think he's started 11-12 games in a row, we had many many players in trouble.

    "The solutions were solutions but we weren't improving the team. We were the only team that could win in 90 minutes, we were the only team trying in the last 10 minutes. The same in extra time. Penalties are penalties, we missed them so congratulations to Norwich that's the only thing I can say.

    "I don't have one single negative feeling towards my players, the opposite, they tried fantastic things. I am really, really sad for the boys, I can cope with the bad result and with negative moments, I've had so many, but I am really sad for the players."

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    SMS Message: Can someone explain what Krul actually did wrong? Just seemed to me a player good at his job. from Regan, Bedford
    Regan, Bedford
    SMS Message: I support neither side, but Krul's actions (not for the first time in a shootout) merited more than one yellow card. Cheats are not role models; if he played for my team, I'd be ashamed. from Anonymous
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    SMS Message: I'm guessing the VAR team had a train to catch. Just one thing to look at - is keeper on his line? And they didn't. from Steve
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    Video caption: Krul saves Gedson's tame penalty to send Norwich into the sixth round

    Tim Krul was up to all sorts during the shootout but here's the match-winning save...

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    Lee Hounslow: Mmm Krul off his line, delaying tactics and names on bottle Where's the ref? However, should never have got to pens. Pathetic Spurs!

  10. De Bruyne a derby day doubt

    Manchester City

    Kevin de Bruyne

    Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola on Kevin de Bruyne: "Kevin had a problem here (points to shoulder). He was not fit. In the last game, the last minutes he fell down in a bad position and had a problem in his back.

    "We don't know how long (he will be out). Hopefully not much."

    Asked if he would be fit for the derby, Guardiola said: "I don't know."

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    Nick UTA: I don't mind the gamesmanship during the pens at all. Players should be able to hold their nerve. Slowing down and time-wasting from the 75th minute is far more annoying, and accepted by most.

    Thomas Wilson: Isn’t the linesman on the goal line supposed to look for encroachment by the keeper?

    Amrul Choudhury: Jose Mourinho has gone from 'The Special One' to 'The Empty One'. Cannot see Spurs winning the Champions League.

  12. Post update

    To summarise Jose Mourinho's reaction: All of his players are knackered.

  13. 'A massive mistake'

    Tottenham 1-1 Norwich (Norwich win 3-2 on pens)

    Dion Dublin

    Former Aston Villa & Man Utd striker on BBC Red Button

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    Video caption: Krul saves Gedson's tame penalty to send Norwich into the sixth round

    Gedson Fernandes didn't know what he was going to do until he put the ball down. That's a massive mistake, but I'm really pleased for Norwich.

  14. Post update

    Shout out to the Norwich coach getting footage of Oliver Skipp taking penalties in his back garden...

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    Tottenham 1-1 Norwich (Norwich win 3-2 on pens)

    SMS Message: Gedson should never EVER be allowed to take a penalty again. A blindfolded one legged donkey could have made more of an effort from Eggman The Blade
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    SMS Message: Pochettino or Mourinho - it doesn't matter. This Spurs team needs an overhaul. We've been poor, domestically, for 18 months now. Aside from Lo Celso, Alderwiereld and Kane, noone else is consistent or good enough. from Mark
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    Tottenham 1-1 Norwich (Norwich win 3-2 on pens)

    Dion Dublin

    Former Aston Villa & Man Utd striker on BBC Red Button

    I'm pleased for Delia that they have got this journey continuing. A bit of revenue and a bit of hope for the fans.

    Delia
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    Tottenham 1-1 Norwich (Norwich win 3-2 on pens)

    SMS Message: What happened to goalkeepers needing to be on their line? from Spursfaninwales
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    SMS Message: Please please can Levy wake up and realise that all the hard work over the last 5 years is being ruined in 5 months. Mourinho out and bring in someone with some attacking ideas!!! from Perry
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    SMS Message: I feel sorry for the Spurs fans. Sometimes life can be Krul. from Jon, Manchester
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  18. 'Maybe this is the turning point'

    Norwich win on penalties

    Norwich City

    Tim Krul

    Norwich hero Tim Krul: "That's what it's all about, that's why we do the work. When you have down times, this is what you think of. As a little boy you want to save penalties and get your club through. Big emotions today.

    "Everyone says I am good at penalties so I knew I'd better start saving some. Me and my coach do our homework, I had them on my bottle, it all happens in a shootout. What a place to do it as well and for 9,000 fans to be here on a Wenesday night.

    "Incredible. Maybe this is the turning point, we believe we can stay up."