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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Champions League social reaction: 14 goals as City, Atletico win

Monaco's Radamel Falcao overpowered the Man City defence and ended his run with a world-class chip over the keeper.
Sergio Aguero scored twice as Man City overcame a 3-2 deficit to earn a thrilling first-leg win over Monaco.
Raheem Sterling and John Stones acknowledge Manchester City still have work to do in the second leg at Monaco.

The Champions League can sometimes prove to a dull affair. Not Tuesday night. Oh no. Just the 14 goals, incident aplenty as Man City beat Monaco 5-3 and Atletico overcame Bayer Leverkusen 4-2. The night that European football showed it's back!

Things started off quite well. Raheem Sterling netted for City in the first half an hour, while Atletico Madrid went 2-0 up.

 By Chris Wright

Newcastle troll Aston Villa's Henri Lansbury on Twitter after own goal

Newcastle comfortably saw off Aston Villa to go top of the Championship on Monday night, cruising to a straightforward 2-0 victory at St James' Park.

Villa were a massive 30 points behind their opponents going into the fixture, with an own goal from new signing Henri Lansbury helping to make sure his side's dismal winless run was duly extended to nine games by the end of the night.

Rather unsportingly, Newcastle's official Twitter account chose to troll Lansbury after the match by posting a photo...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

The surreal sights and sounds Arsenal will face at Sutton United

With the biggest game in Sutton's history looming, we met four players to hear their thoughts ahead of the tie with Arsenal.
With Lincoln City capturing the imagination in the FA Cup, the FC panel look to see if Sutton United can emulate them.
Will Sutton United's four ex-Arsenal players have an impact on Monday when they host the Gunners in the FA Cup?
Sutton United manager Paul Doswell explains what Arsenal can expect when they visit the non-league side in the FA Cup.

Arsenal head to non-league side Sutton United for a hotly anticipated FA Cup clash, but Gander Green Lane is not exactly what the Premier League giants are used to.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is worried the artificial pitch could cause problems for his players, but that's not the only possible issue.

Take a look at the best of the sights and sounds around the pitch before Monday's game:

 By Chris Wright

'Jermainia' descends on Sunderland as Defoe puts on a show for supporters

Jermain Defoe has scored 14 goals for Sunderland this Premier League campaign.

With a tricky trip to Everton on the horizon, Sunderland limbered up by inviting a selection of young fans down to the Stadium of Light for an open training session.

Of course, the main attraction was top scorer Jermain Defoe, who emerged from the team bus to face his adoring public on the way into the ground.

�� Wow! It's deafening as @iamjermaindefoe mania has taken over the #StadiumOfLight

A post shared by Sunderland AFC (@sunderlandafcofficial) on

 By Chris Wright

Cardiff City's Neil Warnock asks for 'minute's booing' at opposing clubs

Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock has asked for a tribute befitting his hard-earned reputation.

Having assumed and held the role of English football's most prominent pantomime villain for many a year, Neil Warnock is making plans to bow out in appropriate fashion as and when the time comes.

Appearing on Sky Sports' Goals on Sunday programme, the Cardiff City manager jokingly requested that, when he does eventually shuffle off this mortal coil, fans of all opposing clubs pay tribute in a manner befitting his hard-earned reputation.

Rather than the standard minute's silence, Warnock said he...

 By Chris Wright

Does Harry Kane have baby daughter Ivy to thank for FA Cup hat trick?

There could be a simple explanation for Harry Kane's dramatic return to form for Tottenham Hotspur in Sunday's FA Cup fifth-round victory over Fulham.

Kane scored a clinical hat trick in a 3-0 win at Craven Cottage, having not scored from open play in five matches since his previous treble, against West Bromwich Albion on Jan. 14.

The England striker's drought coincided with his few weeks of fatherhood after his girlfriend, Kate Goodland, gave birth to a daughter named Ivy last month.

And on Sunday...