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Either ref Mark Clattenburg is hard as nails and thought Wayne Rooney's elbow on James Mccarthy was nothing more than a friendly brush, or more likely than that he didn't see the incident at all and reacted to the home crowd by awarding just a free-kick. The FA today decided not to punish Rooney for the incident, which gives Joey Barton, Lee Bowyer and Kevin Davies renewed hope for the rest of the season.
England's man-of-the-match Tom Palmer celebrates Saturday's impressive Six Nations victory over last year's triumphant French team. The Stade Francais forward was injured in the opening minute of the match but recovered to play a big part in the game's only try. England's 17-9 win kept alive their hopes of a first grand slam since 2003. And we all know what happened after that one!
West Ham's inspirational captain Scott Parker leads by example once again for the Hammers, celebrating his opening goal in Sunday's 3-1 win over Liverpool. The goal itself was enough to send his boss Avram Grant loopy on the touchline, which was even more surprising than the scoreline!
Nothing could separate England and India in a classic world cup cricket contest - and neither side knew whether to laugh or cry at the end of this one, but could go home safe in the knowledge they took part in one of the most exciting games of cricket we've ever seen!
You couldn't help but chuckle at the antics of Mark Hughes and Roberto Mancini on the Eastlands touchline on Sunday. Fulham's boss reacted badly to the Italian's reluctance to look him in the eye as they shook hands following the 1-1 draw. Most neutrals were pleased to see Hughes make his point at the club where he was harshly dismissed last season.
And finally, Birmingham City lift the Carling Cup trophy against all the odds at Wembley after a hard-fought 2-1 victory over hot favourites Arsenal. The Midlands club can look forward to european football next year while Arsene Wenger is left to rue another goalkeeping gaffe - this one proving particularly costly for his misfiring team.