What happened in football today: February 11, 2021

Everton will host Manchester City in the FA Cup quarter-finals

Everton will host Manchester City in the FA Cup quarter-finals.

Leicester City will host 12-time winners Manchester United, while Bournemouth host Southampton in a south coast derby.

Sheffield United meanwhile travel to Chelsea, who beat Barnsley 1-0 in the final fifth-round draw on Thursday night.

Bayern Munich beat the Tigers to win the Club World Cup

Bayern Munich won the Club World Cup after beating Mexican side Tigres 1-0 at Education City Stadium in Qatar.

Benjamin Pavard’s second-half volley proved enough to hand the German champions a wide array of domestic and international trophies over the past season.

It was Bayern manager Hansi Flick’s sixth trophy since taking charge in November 2019.

Neymar ruled out of Barcelona first leg with adductor injury

Paris Saint-Germain striker Neymar could be ruled out for up to a month and will miss a return to Camp Nou when his side face Barcelona in the Champions League on February 16.

Neymar was substituted after sustaining an adductor injury in PSG’s 1-0 Ligue 2 win at Caen on Wednesday in the Coupe de France.

The Brazilian, who joined PSG from Barcelona in 2017, also missed several weeks earlier this season with an adductor injury.

UEFA officials in PSG-Basaksehir incident will face lesser charges

UEFA have opened disciplinary proceedings against the Champions League referees involved in the expulsion of Istanbul Basaksehir assistant coach Pierre Webo, but not for racism.

Instead, UEFA has opened disciplinary proceedings against Romanian referees Sebatian Coltescu and Octavian Sovre under Article 11, which deals with general principles of conduct and focuses on offenses such as those that bring discredit on the game.

The Champions League match between Paris Saint-Germain and Istanbul Basaksehir in December was called off after 13 minutes following an argument on the touchline over a red card shown to Webo. It resumed the following day after the replacement of the four officials.

Callum Wilson could be out for six to eight weeks

Steve Bruce fears Callum Wilson could be out for up to eight weeks.

Wilson was sent off with a hamstring injury in Newcastle’s win over Southampton on Saturday.

Bruce has now said the 28-year-old could face six to eight weeks out with a ‘deep hamstring tear’.

Elite Level Coaches Reveal What Happens During Training

“If we don’t have possession, it’s not a democracy, it’s like communism – we tell you what to do,” said AZ Alkmaar head coach Pascal Jansen. Athleticism.

Jansen, along with other top coaches, revealed the competitive nature of coaching and what goes on behind the scenes at football clubs.

To find out how football’s elite players are put through their paces in training, dive deeper below.

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