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Last Updated: Sunday, 24 February 2008, 18:29 GMT
Sunday's football photos

Fans make their way to the stadium from Wembley Park tube station

Chelsea 1-2 Tottenham (AET): Fans make their way to Wembley as the Carling Cup final returns to the rebuilt venue

Chelsea and Tottenham fans wave their flags before kick-off

Supporters pack the stadium for only the second London derby final in the history of the 48-year-old competition

Berbatov heads wide

Spurs make the better start with Dimitar Berbatov among those who miss good chances in the opening 10 minutes

Chelsea manager Avram Grant

With his team looking second best, Avram Grant shouts instructions to his players as they look to retain the trophy

Drogba's free-kick ends up in the back of the net

The sides trade chances until the 38th minute when Didier Drogba beats Paul Robinson with a free-kick from 25 yards

Drogba celebrates

It is the Ivory Coast striker's fourth goal in Carling Cup finals and gives the Blues a boost ahead of the interval

Keane and Terry contest possession

Robbie Keane looks bright and keeps Chelsea captain John Terry and his defensive colleagues busy throughout

Berbatov equalises for Spurs

Spurs equalise in the 69th minute when Wayne Bridge handles allowing Berbatov to stroke home the resulting penalty

Zokora shows his disappointment at missing a great chance

Didier Zokora bursts through late on but sees his initial shot saved before blasting his second attempt over the bar

Woodgate scores a second for Spurs

With the game in extra time, Petr Cech fails to deal with Jermaine Jenas's free-kick and Jonathan Woodgate scores

Woodgate celebrates his goal

It is the defender's first since returning to English football in 2006 and comes only weeks after his move to Tottenham

Tottenham celebrate victory

Juande Ramos's side hold on to win and claim their first piece of silverware since triumphing in the same cup in 1999

Barry misses a penalty

Reading 1-2 Aston Villa: In the Premier League, Villa's Gareth Barry misses a superb chance when he slices a penalty wide

Young celebrates after scoring

Undeterred, the visitors take the lead when Ashley Young converts Gabriel Agbonlahor's low cross just before half-time

Harewood scores Villa's second

Marlon Harewood replaces Shaun Maloney and scores a second near the end to all but confirm the win

Shorey bends his free-kick around Villa's wall

Nicky Shorey pulls a goal back with a fine free-kick but it comes too late as Martin O'Neill's side pick up all three points

McCarthy gives Blackburn the lead

Blackburn 4-1 Bolton: Benni McCarthy converts a 24th-minute penalty to give Rovers the lead at Ewood Park

McCarthy celebrates his second goal

Kevin Davies equalises early in the second half but another McCarthy penalty restores Blackburn's lead

Bentley celebrates his goal

A third arrives in the 71st minute when David Bentley meets David Dunn's cross to head beyond Jussi Jaaskelainen

Pedersen makes it 4-1

Norwegian Morten Gamst Pedersen completes the scoring in injury time as Blackburn record a comfortable win

Tottenham 2-1 Chelsea
24 Feb 08 |  Football
Reading 1-2 Aston Villa
24 Feb 08 |  Premier League
Blackburn 4-1 Bolton
24 Feb 08 |  Premier League


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