City off to next round

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Gameday Review: Manchester City v/s Leicester City (4-2)
key players:
Man. City: Toure, Silva, Tevez, Kolarov
Leicester City: Gallagher, Dyer

The last dramatic face-off between these two teams ended with a 2-2 draw, meaning Leicester had to score at least 3 goals in this match to move on to the next round in the FA Cup. Alas, the other "City" beat them to it. Tevez, Man. City's captain, opened the score on the 15th minute with his 16th goal of the season. Four minutes later, Leicester were awarded a penalty that was brilliantly executed by Gallagher, who scored his seventh goal of the season. He was subbed off on the 31st minute due to an injury. Man. City's second and third goals came six minutes later when Vieira and Johnson scored "2 goals in 2 minutes". It was 3:1 at half-time. Then on the 59th minute, an opportunity came for Manchester City to widen the score difference even further with a penalty; after some tricky gestures made by Leicester's goalie (including what might have been a last-minute attempt to bribe the referee), Tevez's shot was saved. Luckily, City were not without their own bag o' tricks, and on the 90th minute, Kolarov scored City's fourth goal against Leicester, securing his team's spot in the fourth round of the FA Cup, where they'll face Notts County.

Tomorrow's game of the day:
Leeds v/s Arsenal, 2:45 PM (ET)

La Liga Mexicana schedule for this week:
Saturday, Jan. 21 -
Cruz Azul v/s Pumas - 6PM
Monterrey v/s Atlante - 6PM
Santos v/s Pachuca - 8PM

Sunday, Jan. 22 -
Toluca v/s Jaguares - 1PM
Club America v/s Tigres - 5PM

Barca v/s Malaga game quotes:

"I think he is the new 'chosen one'. but don't tell Jose Mourino"
"i think he knows"
- Barca game skysports commentators, about Barca's coach.

commentator#1: "how many times does so-and-so ask the referee to yellow-card the opposition..."
"Messi just looks and gets straight up"
"he's got a great attitude"

"trying to find positives for Malaga. I think a positive is that they've managed to keep it down to 3 [goals]"

Malaga's "souvenir goal"

"we shall see"

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