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In pics: Footie's weekend winners

John Terry hugs Frank Lampard celebrate their FA Cup win over Stoke

FA Cup holders Chelsea are through to the semi-finals again after beating Stoke 2-0 at Stamford Bridge, thanks to goals from Frank Lampard and John Terry.

Aston Villa's John Carew, right, competes for the ball with Reading's Ivar Ingimarsson

Chelsea will face Aston Villa in the semi-final after Villa fought back from being 2-0 down to beat Reading 4-2 at the Madejski Stadium. A John Carew hat-trick helped seal the win.

Everton's English midfielder Jack Rodwell (L) and Hull City's Brazilian midfielder Geovanni compete for the ball

Sunday's Premier League clashes saw Everton move into the top eight after thrashing Hull 5-1 at Goodison Park.

Hull City's Richard Garcia (right) stands with their goalkeeper Boaz Myhill after heading the ball into their own net

Unfortunately for Hull, an own goal from Richard Garcia added to Everton's score and helped keep them firmly in the relegation zone.

Robbie Keane

In the Scottish Premier League, there was no stopping Robbie Keane. He scored twice to give Celtic a 2-0 win over Falkirk and narrow the gap on leaders Rangers to 10 points.

Paul Scholes celebrates scoring Manchester United's winning goal against Wolves

In Saturday's late kick-off, Paul Scholes scored his 100th Premier League goal to give Manchester United a 1-0 over Wolves and put them top of the table.

French striker Frederic Piquionne  celebrates scoring his second goal against Birmingham City in the FA Cup

Earlier, there was good news at last for Portsmouth... French striker Frederic Piquionne scored twice to see Pompey beat Birmingham City 2-0, and make the semi-finals of the FA Cup.

Birmingham City's Liam Ridgewell tries to convince officials that the ball crossed the line.

Liam Ridgewell thought he'd scored for the visitors 10 minutes before time, but officials didn't let the goal stand, despite replays showing that the ball had crossed the line.

Portsmouth fans celebrate the club's win

It's no surprise Portsmouth fans were delighted. Especially as the club's almost certain to drop out of the Premier League after going into administration because of its debts.

Fulham's Bobby Zamora, left, jumps for the ball against Tottenham Hotspur's Sebastien Bassong

Fulham and Spurs are facing a rematch to see who'll make it to the FA Cup semi-finals at Wembley after both sides failed to break the deadlock at Craven Cottage.

Arsenal players celebrating Arshavin's goal

Back in the Premier League, Arsenal had plenty to celebrate after drawing level on points with second-placed Chelsea, thanks to a 3-1 win against Burnley.

Theo Walcott of Arsenal is challenged by Tyrone Mears of Burnley

Cesc Fabregas opened the scoring, before going off injured. David Nugent equalised for Burnley, but it wasn't enough as Theo Walcott and Andrey Arshavin added to Arsenal's score.

Bolton Wanderers' Jack Wilshere, right, celebrates scoring against West Ham United with Kevin Davies, front, Johan Elmander, top, and Chung-Yong Lee, left.

Bolton were also weekend winners, beating West Ham 2-1. It's their first away win since September 2009 and moves them away from the drop zone and into 13th place.

Rangers Lee McCulloch celebrates scoring against St Mirren

The Scottish Premier League saw Lee McCulloch score twice to help Rangers come from behind and beat St Mirren 3-1.

Rangers' Kris Boyd (left) and St Mirren's John Potter battle for the ball

St Mirren are now just above the drop zone with Hamilton, who drew 1-1 at home with Aberdeen. Hamilton scored a 1-0 win against Kilmarnock and Motherwell beat St Johnstone 2-1.