Manchester United, Arsenal And Chelsea Discover Their Fate

Manchester United, Arsenal And Chelsea Discover Their Fate

'I have never scored four before in my career, I am so happy for this, ' Jesus said.

"You know better than me what Clough means - all he won - and the respect for the way he played, his charisma". 'And if we can, we have to score more'.

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"We're talking about United, Arsenal, and Chelsea bridging the gap between themselves and the top three - we're halfway down League One so we've got no chance". The one we seen on Sunday who are on their game and irresistible, but they have also thrown in a couple of well below-par performances.

Mahrez made it nine inside the final 10 minutes, prodding home at the second attempt, but the huge scale of the defeat was not enough to prevent Burton's fans continuing to sing for their beleaguered players.

"We scored quickly. The difference with Premier League teams is the rhythm, when you have high intensity". I said to the players, respecting the opponent is to be who we are.

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Nigel Clough managed to retain his sense of humour after Burton's 9-0 trouncing by stating he hoped Pep Guardiola had "more than one glass" of wine on offer for the post-match drink.

"When we saw the draw on Sky and there were four teams in the draw it started with No 1 Burton Albion".

"I wanted to congratulate them for an incredible tournament", he said. Manchester City take on Burnley and Crystal Palace entertain Tottenham in another all-Premier League tie, while AFC Wimbledon, who have reached the fourth round for first time in the new club's history, will take on West Ham. It wasn't about tonight it was about the achievement of getting here.

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Burton's Clough believes stopping Guardiola's City, particularly when they travel to the Etihad on Wednesday, is a tough task. It goes without saying that City are overwhelming favourites to make the final once again but you can forgive the visitors and their supporters if they dare to dream.

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