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Steven Gerrard protests to referee Howard Webb over his failure to award a penalty for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's challenge on Luis Suarez

Arsenal 2 Liverpool 1: Steven Gerrard joins criticism of Howard Webb, claiming challenge on Luis Suarez was a 'stonewall penalty'

Gerrard feels that Webb missed a clear foul on Luis Suarez that would have given the Liverpool captain the chance to level the score at 2-2

Everton manager Roberto Martinez believes that his side's FA Cup draw against Arsenal will provide a true test of their Cup credentials

Everton 3 Swansea City 1: Arsenal draw will provide Everton with true test of their FA Cup credentials, says Roberto Martinez

The Toffees will travel to the Emirates in the sixth round after they dispatched Martinez's former side Swansea on Sunday afternoon

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho looks mildly unimpressed with Jovetic's effort

Manchester City 2 Chelsea 0: David Luiz proves no substitute for John Terry as Chelsea foundations crumble

Brazilian failed to replicate the defensive sturdiness that the Blues captain has provided this season

Vincent Kompany protects the ball from Chelsea striker Samuel Eto'o

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City recovered from their defeat to the same opposition 12 days ago to defeat the Blues thanks to strikes from Stevan Jovetic and Samir Nasri

Striker Stevan Jovetic watches his shot head goal-bound as he opens the scoring

Manchester City 2 Chelsea 0 match report: Stevan Jovetic and Samir Nasri grab the reins to lead City gallop

Pellegrini’s men make smart response to rival’s jibes as they leave Mourinho with a long face

Uwe Rosler celebrates Wigan's victory over Cardiff

Cardiff City 1 Wigan Athletic 2 match report: Ben Watson gives Wigan scent of Wembley

FA Cup holders take another Premier League scalp with winner coming from familiar source

Gus Poyet would take Premier League survival over a successful FA Cup run with Sunderland

Sunderland 1 Southampton 0: Gus Poyet would take Premier League survival over Cup success as he admits relegation would be 'devastation'

Black Cats manager believes that more fame would come with a cup win but his priority is to keep them in the top flight

Daniel Agger could make a return to the Liverpool team for the FA Cup trip to Arsenal

Arsenal v Liverpool: Defensive concerns set to be eased with return of Daniel Agger after six-match absence

Kolo Toure has struggled at centre-back in recent weeks but the return to fitness of Agger could boost Liverpool's prospects of silverware this season

Serge Gnabry is hoping to take advantage of any first-team chances that come his way

Arsenal v Liverpool: Serge Gnabry feels he can take advantage of FA Cup platform to return to Arsene Wenger's starting line-up

Gnabry impressed when he came into the side earlier in the season and is likely to be handed another chance in the FA Cup fifth round with Liverpool

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