A look at the top 10 pictures from the world of football this past weekend.
Arsene Wenger served the first of a four-match ban against Southampton.
I imagine this was the face he made when Alexis Sanchez was brought on in the 65th minute for no obvious reason.
Gary Thompson scores a third Wycombe goal against Spurs with the sun setting over White Hart Lane.
One of the biggest surprises of the weekend came at the Kassam Stadium when League One’s Oxford United beat Newcastle 3-0.
Pure joy. The magic of the FA Cup indeed.
National League side, Sutton United, also managed to harness the magic of the FA Cup on Sunday with a 1-0 win over Leeds, who are currently fourth in the Championship.
Wayne Shaw, Sutton’s reserve ‘keeper, had a great time watching his National League side beat Leeds.
Wycombe Wanderers put in a good shift against an in-form Spurs at White Hart Lane on Saturday but a last-minute goal from our north London rivals meant the visitors left without the prospect of a replay. As you can see, the man mountain that is Adebayo Akinfenwa was devastated, which is interesting as, despite playing for Wycombe, he’s a Spurs fan.
It just goes to show how much the FA Cup – and the money a replay would have brought to their club – means to the players.
Not content with being knocked out of the EFL Cup by Southampton midweek, Liverpool were also knocked out of the FA Cup by Wolves on Saturday. At Anfield, as well. The visitors managed to beat the home side 2-1.
— Theo Walcott (@theowalcott) January 28, 2017
Theo Walcott poses alongside Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain with the match ball after netting his fifth Arsenal hattrick against his former club, Southampton, on Saturday.
The Ox also had a superb game playing in a more central role against the Saints.
Danny Welbeck made his first senior start for Arsenal in around eight months on Saturday against Southampton in the FA Cup. The striker scored in the 15th and 22nd minute, contributing a brace to the 5-0 scoreline.
It’s great to have him back.