From English football's king of tragicomedy to some long-awaited giant killings, here's the FA Cup third round.
An uninspiring day of action is the price you have to be willing to pay if you value randomness.
A missed penalty did nothing to dampen Stamford Bridge's applause for Fabregas, who looks set for Monaco.
Andreas Pereira and Fred wasted their big chances while highlighting that Jose Mourinho wasn't wrong about everything...
They were steady and reliable in the 20th century, anything but in the 21st. Are the Hammers finally settling down again?
Pep Guardiola got it ever so right, while Jurgen Klopp got it ever so wrong. Liverpool are still in control. Just.
Son Heung-min wanted to leave Spurs after his first season. Mauricio Pochettino is a genius for keeping him.
Alex Iwobi was never afforded the same fresh start as many of his Arsenal teammates were. Why?
For anybody but Liverpool fans, Sunday brought the perfect result to set up Thursday. Bring it on.
N'Golo Kante may not be a natural finisher but he is a natural thinker and a natural runner.
Imagine when Liverpool actually start playing as well as they can. As for Arsenal...
Gerrard wanted 'one last push' before the break and Rangers responded to turn Glasgow blue. For how long?
Arsenal started the month with a comprehensive win over Tottenham, but have since stood still while Spurs have prospered.
Claudio Ranieri has stiffened up Fulham by allowing opponents more of the ball and it's working...
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