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Alex Scott has questioned the decision of referee Jesus Manzano to award Denmark a penalty during UEFA Nations League clash with England at Wembley on Wednesday.

The Danes were handed the spot kick after the Spanish referee deemed that Kyle Walker had committed a foul in his own 18-yard box after questionable goalkeeping from Jordan Pickford.

Former Spurs star Christian Erisken stepped up and made no mistake in dispatching from 12-yards to net on his 100th appearance for his country.

Alex Scott has queried the decision of referee Jesus Manzano to award Denmark a penalty

Alex Scott has queried the decision of referee Jesus Manzano to award Denmark a penalty

Alex Scott has queried the decision of referee Jesus Manzano to award Denmark a penalty

The Danes were handed a spot kick after Kyle Walker fouled in his own 18-yard box at Wembley

The Danes were handed a spot kick after Kyle Walker fouled in his own 18-yard box at Wembley

The Danes were handed a spot kick after Kyle Walker fouled in his own 18-yard box at Wembley

But Scott found it difficult to understand why Manzano had awarded the penalty against England, who had been looking to extend their good form following Sunday’s win over Belgium.

‘Im still trying to figure out why this was a penalty,’ Scott said on Sky Sports. ‘I don’t know why he has rushed out for the ball. 

‘I can’t see what the referee is seeing there, it was absolutely not a penalty.’

Former Spurs star Christian Eriksen stepped up to dispatch the spot kick and take the lead

Former Spurs star Christian Eriksen stepped up to dispatch the spot kick and take the lead

Former Spurs star Christian Eriksen stepped up to dispatch the spot kick and take the lead

Jamie Redknapp revealed that the penalty was the result of a ‘mad’ spell of the game in which Harry Maguire was dismissed for a reckless challenge on Kasper Dolberg. 

‘It was a mad three or four minutes,’ he said. ‘I think everyone was in a tumble dryer, all the decisions were completely wrong. But when we settled down we sometimes looked better with ten men.’

England face a tough task in wrestling back the lead after Maguire was sent off for a second bookable offence. 

Gareth Southgate’s side risk losing their grip on their Nations League group with Belgium looking to earn top spot out of the four teams.  

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Manchester City Under 18s pay tribute to former team-mate Jeremy Wisten with RIP warm up tops

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Manchester City‘s U18s team have paid tribute to the late Jeremy Wisten, a former academy player at the club, after his tragic death.

City’s starlets sported touching warm-ups tops emblazoned with a photo of Wisten ahead of their FA Youth Cup clash against Blackburn on Friday.

Wisten was found unresponsive at his family home by paramedics last weekend.

Manchester City's U18s team paid tribute to the late Jeremy Wisten with their warm-up tops

Manchester City's U18s team paid tribute to the late Jeremy Wisten with their warm-up tops

Manchester City’s U18s team paid tribute to the late Jeremy Wisten with their warm-up tops

Wisten, who played for City's youth ranks for two years, was found unresponsive last weekend

Wisten, who played for City's youth ranks for two years, was found unresponsive last weekend

Wisten, who played for City’s youth ranks for two years, was found unresponsive last weekend

A minute’s silence in memory of Wisten was observed at St George’s Park before the semi-final cup tie got underway.

A number of the young players who featured in the competition have donated to a crowdfund created to support Wisten’s family. 

The page was created by a close friend of his relatives.

The shirts were emblazoned with a photo of Wisten ahead of City's FA Youth Cup tie on Friday

The shirts were emblazoned with a photo of Wisten ahead of City's FA Youth Cup tie on Friday

The shirts were emblazoned with a photo of Wisten ahead of City’s FA Youth Cup tie on Friday

Raheem Sterling and Aymeric Laporte was among those to have paid tribute to Wisten on social media.

The City and England forward tweeted using prayer and rose emojis, while his team-mate said: ‘Horrible news… RIP young man.’

A statement from the club read: ‘The Manchester City family are saddened to learn of the passing of former academy player Jeremy Wisten.

‘We send our deepest condolences to his friends and family. Our thoughts are with you at this difficult time.’  

City and England striker Raheem Sterling reacted after the club made the sad announcement

City and England striker Raheem Sterling reacted after the club made the sad announcement

City and England striker Raheem Sterling reacted after the club made the sad announcement

Defender Aymeric Laporte was also shocked after learning of prospect Wisten's tragic death

Defender Aymeric Laporte was also shocked after learning of prospect Wisten's tragic death

Defender Aymeric Laporte was also shocked after learning of prospect Wisten’s tragic death

A minute's silence was also observed at St George's Park in memory of the academy starlet

A minute's silence was also observed at St George's Park in memory of the academy starlet

A minute’s silence was also observed at St George’s Park in memory of the academy starlet

Wisten, a Malawi-born defender, moved to the UK with his family as a child and joined City in 2016. He featured for the club’s elite youth squads before leaving in December 2018.  

Manchester United striker Mason Greenwood dedicated his first Champions League goal in midweek to Wisten, with the clearly-emotional 19-year-old falling to his knees and pointing to the sky.

He later took to Twitter to post: ‘That one was for you bro. RIP Jeremy Wisten.’

Manchester United striker Mason Greenwood had dedicated his goal in mid-week to Wisten

Manchester United striker Mason Greenwood had dedicated his goal in mid-week to Wisten

Manchester United striker Mason Greenwood had dedicated his goal in mid-week to Wisten

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Gareth Taylor says Pep Guardiola is ‘avid’ fan of Man City women and has shared pearls of wisdom ahead of FA Cup final

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MANCHESTER CITY women boss, Gareth Taylor, revealed Pep Guardiola has been sharing his pearls of wisdom ahead of the FA Cup final.

The Citizens are looking to defend their trophy as they take on Everton at Wembley on Sunday afternoon for the mouthwatering showpiece.

Gareth Taylor will lead Manchester City women out against Everton at Wembley for the FA Cup final on Sunday

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Gareth Taylor will lead Manchester City women out against Everton at Wembley for the FA Cup final on SundayCredit: Getty Images – Getty
Manchester City men became history makers under Pep Guardiola after achieving the first ever English domestic treble

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Manchester City men became history makers under Pep Guardiola after achieving the first ever English domestic treble

The women will face off for the 2019-20 final that was supposed to be played out in May, but had to be postponed amid the coronavirus crisis.

Taylor has been racking the brains of Etihad boss, Guardiola, who led the men’s side to victory in a historic 6-0 thrashing over Watford last year. 

They completed the first domestic clean sweep by a male team but the women had ALREADY reached that milestone.

Pep has been closely following the women’s progress this year in in the lead up to their big day at the national stadium.

Taylor said: “I like to speak to a lot of people. I managed to speak to the manager, Pep, a couple of weeks ago.

“And the first thing he asked me was, ‘when is the final!?’, so you know it’s great that he’s keeping an avid interest in it as well.

“He has been hugely supportive, considering the amount of games and the heavy schedule that they’ve got on their plate, playing Champions League and then back to the Premier League.

Manchester City won the Women's FA Cup with a 3-0 win over West Ham in 2019

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Manchester City won the Women’s FA Cup with a 3-0 win over West Ham in 2019
Pep Guardiola's side equalled the biggest ever men's win in an FA Cup final with their 6-0 drubbing of Watford in 2019

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Pep Guardiola’s side equalled the biggest ever men’s win in an FA Cup final with their 6-0 drubbing of Watford in 2019

“That’s the beauty of being at City. It really does feel like a family, and everyone’s really behind us and supporting us and wanting us to do well.”

In 2019 Pep brutally shutdown a reporter ahead of the men’s FA Cup final, who said: “You’ve got the prospect of winning the first ever domestic treble in this country.

To which the Spanish boss coolly replied: “The first time for the men. The women have won it.”

Everton chief Carlo Ancelotti arranged a video call with women’s manager Willie Kirk this week to wish him and his side good luck. 

The Italian boss, who lifted the FA Cup trophy in 2010 with Chelsea, told Kirk: “To play the final is always exciting. In Italy we used to say, ‘you don’t have to play the final, you have to win the final!’

“It is a great achievement to play a final of the FA Cup. Good memories, fantastic atmosphere.

“I will have to record the game because you play at the same time as us! We are all behind you.”

You can watch live coverage of the Women’s FA Cup final on Sunday 1 November, on BBC One, iPlayer and BBC Sport, with kick off 2.30pm.

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Eriksen tells Denmark fan to ask boss Conte why he isn’t getting regular game time at Inter Milan

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Out of favour Christian Eriksen says only boss Antonio Conte can explain why the he isn’t getting regular game time at Inter Milan.

The Danish midfielder has struggled to gain favour with the Italian manager since joining from Tottenham in January. 

Eriksen has featured in the last four games for the Italian side but failed to complete 90 minutes on each occasion and he voiced his frustration during a Q&A session organised by the Denmark FA on Thursday.

Christian Eriksen has struggled to win over Antonio Conte since joining from Tottenham

Christian Eriksen has struggled to win over Antonio Conte since joining from Tottenham

Christian Eriksen has struggled to win over Antonio Conte since joining from Tottenham

According to football-italia.net when Eriksen was asked by a fan why he is not playing on a regular basis under Conte he replied: ‘This must be asked to the coach.

‘Call him and talk to him, because he is the one who makes decisions. Ups and downs are always there in football, there are only a few ones out there who have always highs.’

‘I’ve become better at not thinking about [criticism], because everyone has an opinion.

‘Especially now that I’ve moved to Italy, where everyone has an opinion. It’s about trusting those around you and not hearing the rest.’ 

Eriksen had warned Conte that he is not happy sitting on the bench earlier this month

Eriksen had warned Conte that he is not happy sitting on the bench earlier this month

Eriksen had warned Conte that he is not happy sitting on the bench earlier this month 

During the international break earlier this month Eriksen had warned Conte that he is not happy sitting on the bench at Inter. 

‘I don’t want to sit the bench for the whole season’, he said.

‘I hope this isn’t the coach’s or the club’s intention. It is going to be a busy season, lot of games in program, I expect to play.

‘It’s never nice to sit the bench and one tends to be less patient as his experience grows.’ 

He has featured in the last four games for the Italian side but failed to complete 90 minutes

He has featured in the last four games for the Italian side but failed to complete 90 minutes

He has featured in the last four games for the Italian side but failed to complete 90 minutes 

He continued: ‘There are many expectations on me, people thought I’d do the difference in every game, but it didn’t happen.

‘That’s why they are looking at me with different eyes.

‘I’ve had highs and lows after the lockdown. I had a great start with Inter after I arrived and now I am living in a new situation.’ 

Eriksen says only boss Conte can explain why the he isn't getting regular game time

Eriksen says only boss Conte can explain why the he isn't getting regular game time

Eriksen says only boss Conte can explain why the he isn’t getting regular game time 

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