Sport Joe Hart holds his head in his hands after Fernando Torres' late winner gave Chelsea a 2-1 win over Manchester City

The England No 1 made a number of high profile errors, leading to his relegation to the bench

David Prosser: Pensions crisis - it isn't all bad news

In all of the arguments about the merits and failings of the White Paper on pensions reform, one truth should not be overlooked. That we even have a White Paper represents huge progress on a year ago - for that alone, Lord Turner of Ecchinswell deserves huge credit.

Lincoln City 0 Grimsby Town 1: Jones puts Grimsby in sight of Cardiff

Lincoln City look no nearer to cracking the play-off hoodoo that has become the bane of their League Two promotion ambitions. A six-game unbeaten run earned Keith Alexander's side an extension to their season for the fourth consecutive year, but, with their home leg to come, Grimsby look favourites to progress to Cardiff.

Nolan hits high note in front of Eriksson

Bolton Wanderers 1 Tottenham Hotspur 0

James in Eriksson's plans

Slick Spurs the latest to suggest that United are now one-man team

Manchester United 1 Tottenham Hotspur 1

Defoe and Mido establish new rapport to reinforce Spurs' wavering spirits

Tottenham Hotspur 1
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Aston Villa 1 Tottenham Hotspur 1

Keane the sharpest of Spurs

England's midfield lost in a miasma of doubt

Why did Joe Cole survive? Because of one moment of redemption?

Giggs on the bawl to teach Ricketts a valuable lesson

Teased by Wright-Phillips, shouted at by his captain - it's a steep learning curve for Welsh full-back

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