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Derby knock Southampton out of FA Cup on penalties

LONDON, Jan 16 (Reuters) – Championship side Derby County hit back from two goals down to beat Premier League Southampton on penalties in an FA Cup third-round replay marred by another disputed VAR decision on Wednesday.

Southampton appeared to have booked an away tie at Accrington Stanley when Stuart Armstrong and Nathan Redmond scored within two minutes of each other midway through the second half at a sparsely-populated St Mary’s stadium.

Just as they did in the first match, however, Derby hit back to level at 2-2 with Harry Wilson and Martyn Waghorn taking the game into extra time.

After a scoreless 30 minutes Derby shone in the penalty shootout, scoring all five of their penalties while Redmond put his effort over the crossbar. Derby captain Richard Keogh’s effort sealed Derby’s progress.

Derby had been unlucky not to take the lead in the first half when Craig Bryson slotted past Angus Gunn only for referee Anthony Taylor, after a delay of several minutes, to rule out the goal because of an offside against Waghorn during the build-up.

Even television replays failed really to show whether Waghorn had been on or off. (Reporting by Martyn Herman Editing by Toby Davis)

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Get UEFA Nations League Finals tickets from 30 January

Tickets for the UEFA Nations League Finals will go on sale on 30 January 2019 at 14:00CET.


Match dates

Wednesday 5 June 2019: Portugal v Switzerland (Porto, 20:45CET)
Thursday 6 June 2019: Netherlands v England (Guimaraes, 20:45CET)

Match for third place
Sunday 9 June 2019: Guimaraes, 15:00CET

Who will make the final?

Who will make the final?©

Sunday 9 June 2019: Porto, 20:45CET

Local time is one hour behind CET

Ticket portal

Fans will be able to apply for tickets by using their existing UEFA ticketing account or by creating a new account.


Fans will have until 12 February 2019 to apply for tickets.

In the likely event that the demand exceeds supply, tickets will be allocated by a fair and transparent ballot.

Ticket prices

The UEFA Nations League final four

For the semi-finals and the match for third place, ticket prices range from €25 for category three to €120 for category one. For the final, ticket prices range from €40 for category three to €150 for category one. Accessibility tickets for disabled spectators are available across all four matches for the category three price, with one companion ticket provided free.

Super Sunday tickets

The third-place match and the final both take place on Sunday 9 June 2019. The UEFA Super Sunday ticket gives fans access to the final or the third-place match depending on which game their selected team play in. For example, if Team A make the final and a Team A fan selects a Super Sunday ticket, the fan will receive a ticket to the final. If Team A lose the semi-final, the fan will get a ticket to the third-place match.

Super Sunday ticket savings

Super Sunday tickets offer fans the opportunity to save as they are priced at the third-place play-off match price, meaning that if a fan selects a Super Sunday ticket and their team reach the final, they will secure a ticket to the final at a lower price than if they had only chosen a final match ticket.

Group stage memorable moments

Fans can save up to €30 by selecting a category one Super Sunday ticket; a €120 Super Sunday ticket could give holders access to the final or the third-place match, whereas if they choose to buy just a final ticket, they will pay €150.

Super Sunday ticket prices are €120 for category one, €65 for category two and €30 for category three.

Ticket delivery

All tickets will be delivered to fans as mobile phone tickets closer to the tournament.

A frequently asked questions section is available for fans here.

Ticketing terms and conditions

Tickets for the 2019 UEFA Nations League Finals are sold subject to strict terms and conditions which prohibit any unauthorised resale or transfer and invalidate any tickets acquired or used in breach of the terms and conditions. All ticket holders are bound by these ticketing terms and conditions, and UEFA actively enforces these provisions. Online applications will be verified with the relevant authorities to ensure that anyone banned from attending football matches cannot purchase tickets. Sales of tickets to the public for the 2019 UEFA Nations League Finals will be conducted exclusively on

UEFA urges all football fans to refrain from purchasing tickets or hospitality packages from unauthorised sellers, agents or websites. Tickets obtained in breach of UEFA’s terms and conditions will be invalid, and purchasers of such tickets may be refused admission to the stadium.


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Fulham sign ex-Liverpool winger Ryan Babel from Besiktas until end of season

Own goals from Fulham’s Joe Bryan and Denis Odoi saw Burnley come from behind for a vital win.
Own goals from Fulham’s Joe Bryan and Denis Odoi saw Burnley come from behind for a vital win.
Own goals from Fulham’s Joe Bryan and Denis Odoi saw Burnley come from behind for a vital win.

Fulham have signed Dutch international forward Ryan Babel from Turkish club Besiktas on a permanent deal running until the end of the season, the Premier League club said on Tuesday.

Babel makes a return to the English game, having made 146 appearances for Liverpool during his three-and-a-half year stint on Merseyside between 2007 and 2011.

The 32-year-old is Claudio Ranieri’s first signing of the January window as 19th-placed Fulham seek a way out of the Premier League relegation zone.

“I definitely have faith that Fulham can stay up,” Babel told the club’s website.

“That’s one of the reasons that I’m here, to try and help that to happen. I’m ready to go, I’m excited and I can’t wait.”

Babel could make his debut when Fulham host Tottenham Hotspur in the league on Sunday.

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Asian Cup: Tom Rogic heroics send Australia to last 16; Jordan top group

Australia left it late in their win over Syria on Tuesday.

Tom Rogic smashed home an injury-time winner to earn defending champions Australia a 3-2 win over Syria on Tuesday evening and a place in the knockout rounds of the Asian Cup.

The Celtic midfielder struck from 25 yards out to see off a determined Syrian side in an incident-packed clash, with victory ensuring the Socceroos advance to the round of 16 in second place in group B alongside Jordan.

Jordan, meanwhile, won the group after playing out a goalless draw with Palestine, leaving the Syrians bottom of the group and out of the competition.

“Tommy is key to what we do with the ball,” said Australia coach Graham Arnold.

“A lot of time we don’t find him when he’s free, but when you get him free, and free him up, he can do anything.

“He’s a wonderful player and a joy to coach.”

The Australians soaked up some early pressure before taking the lead in the 41st minute when Awer Mabil netted with a beautiful curling strike from the edge of the area that gave Ibrahim Alma no hope in the Syrian goal.

Australia’s lead, however, was to only last two minutes as Mouaiad Al Ajaan scampered down the left flank to deliver a cross to Omar Khrbin, who scored on the rebound after Mat Ryan saved his initial header from close range.

Chris Ikonomidis put the Australians back in front nine minutes into the second half when his first-time shot was judged to have crossed the line by Mexican referee Cesar Ramos despite a desperate attempted clearance by Omro Al Midani.

Arnold’s team had further good fortune on the hour mark when the ball bounced up to hit Mark Milligan on the arm inside the Australia penalty area, only for Ramos to wave away the Syrians’ protests.

Ramos, though, awarded the Syrians a penalty 10 minutes from time when Omar Al Soma went down in the box — apparently having been tripped by his own player — and the Al Ahli man converted.

Rogic took matters into his own hands three minutes into injury time, however, smashing home his left-footed shot from 25 yards to give the Socceroos the points and a place in the next round.

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