A look at the top 10 pictures from the world of football this weekend.

#10

Lincoln City celebrate beating Burnley
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Non-League Lincoln City had plenty to celebrate after Sean Raggett managed an 89th-minute header against Burnley at Turf Moor, which is usually a fortress.

#9

Jamie McCombe
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The camera caught a special moment between Jamie McCombe and his family after Lincoln’s huge win.

#8

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Claudio Ranieri’s team selections get weird as the Leicester City manager fields a team of police horses against Millwall. The Lions won 1-0.

#7

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Pep Guardiola watches on as Manchester City struggle against Huddersfield Town, who force the tie to a replay with a 0-0 draw.

#6

Arsenal youngster, Stephy Mavididi, got game time for his loan team, Charlton, who drew 3-3 with Rochdale at the weekend.

Although he didn’t score himself, he put in an impressive display and was hailed after the match for the way he celebrated as part of the team.

#5

Toni Martinez
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Oxford United refused to get knocked out of the FA Cup without a fight. After previously beating Newcastle 3-0 in the previous round, they came from 2-0 down to equalise against Middlesbrough with two goals in a minute.

However, Cristhian Stuani got a late winner. Unlucky, Oxford.

Here’s Toni Martinez celebrating their equalising goal in the 65th minute.

#4

The Arsenal players will love Sutton's dressing away room. @bbcone 7.30

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Sutton’s away dressing room was a little different to what the Arsenal stars are used to.

#3

A rogue streaker, dressed as a giraffe – Sutton’s mascot – parades around in front of Alex Iwobi.

#2

Theo Walcott scores 100th goal against Sutton
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Theo Walcott scored his 100th Arsenal goal against Sutton. Here he is giving Lucas Perez a high-10.

#1

Team-mates, old and new, staff and fans all paid tribute to Arsenal and England legend, Kelly Smith, at her celebration game. Smith has retired from football at the age of 38 after two decades in the game.