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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Trending: Sutton keeper faces pie-eating probe, Wayne Rooney returns

The guys answer your tweets on odd bench activity, Arsenal club legends returning, and Atletico v Leverkusen UCL favourites.
The FC crew debate whether or not pressure will be deflected from Arsene Wenger should he lead Arsenal to the FA Cup title.
The FC panel react to the 'inevitable' result of Arsenal downing Sutton United in their FA Cup fifth round matchup.
Arsenal utilise goals from Lucas Perez and Theo Walcott to down non-league Sutton and reach the FA Cup quarterfinals.
Arsenal utilise goals from Lucas Perez and Theo Walcott to down non-league Sutton and reach the FA Cup quarterfinals.

Here are the latest stories for Tuesday.

FA CUP:  The FA and Gambling Commission have said they will investigate a potential breach of betting rules after Sutton United reserve goalkeeper Wayne Shaw ate a pie on the substitutes' bench during Monday night's FA Cup tie against Arsenal.

ARSENAL: Lucas Perez has said he does not get the impression that Arsene Wenger will leave at the end of the season.

- Arsenal came through their FA Cup adventure away to non-league Sutton United at Gander...

 By Steven Kelly

Anniversary of win at Barcelona shows Liverpool what they're missing

Former Liverpool midfielder Steve McManaman speaks exclusively to ESPN FC about Liverpool's progress under Jurgen Klopp.

Ten years ago, Liverpool came from behind to beat Barcelona 2-1 in the Camp Nou in the first leg of the Champions League round of 16.

An ugly spat between Craig Bellamy and John Arne Riise before the match threatened to disrupt the Reds' preparations, yet the same players scored the goals for a memorable victory that set the club on their way to a second Champions League final in three seasons.

Lionel Messi wasn't quite the phenomenon he would become, but Barcelona were still the reigning European...