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Wednesday's football photos

Sir Alex Ferguson (left) and Cristiano Ronaldo

Manchester United v Wigan: Cristiano Ronaldo shows off his Fifa World Player of the Year award to the crowd before kick-off

Wayne Rooney

Just 54 seconds of the game has elapsed and Wayne Rooney puts United ahead after a fine cross from man-of-the-moment Ronaldo

Carlos Tevez

Carlos Tevez replaces the injured Rooney and goes on to miss a great chance after having skipped past Wigan goalkeeper Chris Kirkland

Cristiano Ronaldo

Tevez's miss proves irrelevant as United struggle past Wigan to move within two points of league leaders Liverpool with a game in hand

Luiz Felipe Scolari

Southend v Chelsea: Chelsea boss Luiz Felipe Scolari is not amused as his team go behind in the FA Cup to an Adam Barrett goal

Adam Barrett

Barrett makes a mockery of Chelsea's new zonal marking system as he rises unchallenged to head home in the third-round replay

Chelsea players celebrate

Goals from Michael Ballack and Salomon Kalou give Chelsea a 2-1 lead and the Blues look comfortable after what was a sticky start

Chelsea players celebrate

Nicolas Anelka and Frank Lampard add to Chelsea's goal tally and the comfortable 4-1 win sets up an FA Cup clash against Ipswich

Michael Owen

Newcastle v Hull: Michael Owen tests the Hull defence with a menacing run during the FA Cup third-round replay at St James' Park

Daniel Cousin

Daniel Cousin (right) gives Hull the lead with the simplest of goals after Richard Garcia slides the ball across the edge of the box

Damien Duff

Newcastle winger Damien Duff looks forlorn as his team lose 1-0 and miss out on a fourth-round tie against Millwall

Shaun Derry

Crystal Palace v Leicester: Crystal Palace's Shaun Derry is tackled by Max Gradel in the FA Cup third-round replay

Paul Ifill

Paul Ifill (left) gives Palace the lead six minutes before the interval, beating keeper David Martin to his left with a low deflected shot

Palace players celebrate

Sean Scannell doubles the lead and even though Leicester's Max-Alain Gradel halves the deficit Palace hold on to win 2-1



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