Arsenal miss penalty, Spurs’ hat-trick hero – FA Cup replay moments (quiz)

first_imgIt’s FA Cup weekend and you can catch it live on talkSPORT – click here to listen.There has been a lot of talk about scrapping FA Cup replays to trim the fixture list in an already bulging calendar.How much do you know or remember about replays?Here, talkSPORT has put together 10 questions to test your knowledge.Up first on talkSPORT is Arsenal v Hull at 12.45pm (GMT) on Saturday 20 February.About | Privacy | Terms 1 Ryan Giggs scores against Arsenal in the 199 FA Cup semi-final replay last_img

Steven Finn should use World T20 axing as motivation: England coach Trevor Bayliss

first_imgEngland pacer Steven Finn has been urged by his team’s head coach Trevor Bayliss to use his World Twenty20 disappointment as a spur to succeed against Sri Lanka in the upcoming first Test.The paceman was ruled out of this year’s World T20 in India, where England reached the final in March, because of calf and side injuries. (Also read: Sachin Tendulkar’s Test record under threat from Alastair Cook) A fit-again Steven Finn has found motivation through his World T20 exclusion as he prepares to face Sri Lanka from Thursday.Finn was controversially replaced by Liam Plunkett in England’s World T20 squad with a calf injury cited as the problem.England lost the final against the West Indies in Kolkata.The 27-year-old said what had happened with the World T20 situation had been dealt with, and he was intent on moving on.Finn said the idea to channel that disappointment and frustration into a positive came from England’s head coach Trevor Bayliss.”Trevor actually sent me an email. Use your frustration as motivation to take wickets in the Test matches this summer’, which I think was the perfect response to it,” Finn said.”You can channel your frustration into the wrong avenues and it can affect you. If it’s used in the right manner it can be a positive thing as well.”The right-armer has taken 113 wickets in 29 Tests and is favoured to join Stuart Broad and James Anderson in the England attack.last_img read more