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Youri Tielemans crashed home a cracking winner as Leicester City beat Chelsea to seal a first-ever FA Cup win. From top to bottom, the Foxes are a very likeable outfit. We weigh up their burgeoning credentials and those of their manager Brendan Rodgers and keeper Kasper Schmeichel.

A painful weekend for Chelsea was compounded by defeat for the Women's team in Sunday's Champions League final. Emma Hayes' side travelled to Gothenburg with big hopes of becoming only the second English side to win the competition but they were blitzed by Barcelona in a harrowing first half. We review the action.

Not to be outdone by showpiece finals, the Premier League served up a cracking moment as Liverpool keeper Alisson kept his side's Champions League hopes alive with a stoppage-time bullet header. Naturally, we had to discuss our favour keeper goals.

There's also time to talk Harry Kane, Roy Hodgson, tight title races in Spain and France, Alex Scott's promotion to Football Focus anchor and Gary Neville's petition to have football regulated. It's a packed part one!

After the break, we honour Roman Grosjean's Indycar win by talking bad burns and car crashes, look ahead to the NBA playoffs and dissect every badge of the franchises going for NFL glory.

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