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Trending: Man City edge Monaco in thriller, Tianjin held Rooney talks

BT Sport highlight: Sergio Aguero scored twice as Man City overcame a 3-2 deficit to earn a thrilling first-leg win over Monaco.
Man City and Atletico Madrid walk away impressive winners against their respective UCL round of 16 opposition in leg one.
Pep Guardiola gives all the credit to Monaco's attacking play style, and why Man City are by no means in the clear.
Alejandro Moreno breaks down the defensive errors from Manchester City that lead to all three of Monaco's goals.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley, Alejandro Moreno and Steve Nicol have a go at Pep Guardiola, John Stones and Nicolas Otamendi.

Here are the latest stories for Wednesday.

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Manchester City overcame Monaco in an eight-goal thriller at the Etihad Stadium, coming from behind to run out 5-3 winners in their Champions League round-of-16 first leg.

- Atletico Madrid opened their Champions League knockout stage with a 4-2 win away to Bayer Leverkusen.

MAN CITY: Sergio Aguero led Manchester City's Champions League fightback against Monaco and the striker says it's up to him to impress manager Pep Guardiola.

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Ryan Giggs: 'Too many foreigners' managing English clubs at the moment

Steve Nicol assesses the strength of Man United's squad depth as the remain competitive on four fronts.
Jose Mourinho says quarter-final opponent Chelsea can focus solely on the FA Cup, while Man United have other priorities.
Jose Mourinho says Manchester United needed everyone to be focused to fend off Blackburn in their FA Cup win.
Former Manchester United defender Mikael Silvestre believes United are going in the right direction under Jose Mourinho.

Ryan Giggs has told BBC Sport there are "too many foreigners" in England and they are stopping British coaches getting a chance to prove themselves.

Giggs, 43, worked as Louis van Gaal's assistant at Manchester United after retiring in 2014 and was reportedly among the contenders to replace the Dutchman but missed out to Jose Mourinho and is yet to take up a first senior management position.

The former Wales international had an interview for the Swansea City job that eventually went to Bob Bradley,...

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Arsenal's Arsene Wenger called fourth official 'dishonest' during Burnley win

Ross Dyer and Craig Burley wonder if Arsene Wenger's altercation with the fourth official is much ado about nothing.
Ross Dyer and Craig Burley wonder if Arsene Wenger's altercation with the fourth official is much ado about nothing.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger told fourth official Anthony Taylor he was "dishonest" shortly before pushing him against Burnley, according to the referee's report.

Wenger was given a four-match touchline ban and £25,000 fine in January after he was charged with misconduct and using abusive and/or insulting words toward the fourth official.

The Arsenal boss had been protesting an injury-time penalty that was awarded to Burnley before his team snatched a 2-1 win in the 98th minute through Alexis...

 By Tom Adams

Time for Arsene Wenger to give Lucas Perez a chance in the Arsenal first XI

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.
The FC panel react to the 'inevitable' result of Arsenal downing Sutton United in their FA Cup fifth round matchup.
Steve Nicol believes Tottenham will finally finish above Arsenal for the first time since the 1994/1995 season.

Stuffing a pie into your face on live TV, bringing two high-level investigations down upon yourself and ultimately being sacked as a result isn't the only way to get yourself noticed in an FA Cup tie.

It might have been a whirlwind 24 hours for Sutton's now former reserve goalkeeper Wayne Shaw, but from an Arsenal perspective the central protagonist on Monday night was another man, Lucas Perez, and his career may be rather better off as a result.

The clamour for Arsene Wenger to give Perez a more...