Sunday sport: Man Utd claim Carabao Cup title; France beat Scotland in Paris

Sunday Sport: Man Utd Claim Carabao Cup Title; France Beat Scotland In Paris Sunday Sport: Man Utd Claim Carabao Cup Title; France Beat Scotland In Paris
Casemiro celebrates scoring Manchester United's first goal of the game. Photo: PA Images
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Manchester United have beaten Newcastle United in the Carabao Cup final, marking the first major trophy of the Erik ten Hag era.

Goals from Casemiro and a Sven Botman own goal gave the Red Devils a 2-0 win, bridging their longest trophy drought in 40 years, the last having been in 2017.

Meanwhile in the Premier League, Tottenham Hotspur got a 2-0 win over Chelsea thanks to goals from Oliver Skipp and Harry Kane.


Celtic have beaten Rangers 2-1 in the Scottish League Cup Final at Hampden Park.

Kyogo Furuhashi was the hero for the Hoops, taking the first goal of the afternoon in the 44th minute, before following up with a second in the 56th.

Aldredo Morelos netted for Rangers, but Celtic were able to hold their lead to take the win.



All-Ireland Senior Hurling champions Limerick have beaten Galway 0-24 to 0-19 at Pearse Stadium in Division 1A of the Allianz League while Cork beat Westmeath 2-21 to 0-21 and Clare got a huge win over Wexford, ending 6-25 to 1-18 at Wexford Park.

In Division 1B, Antrim took a 1-22 to 0-17 loss against Waterford down at Fraher Field, and Laois were bested by Kilkenny as their game at O'Moore Park ended 0-34 to 1-18.

In the National Football League, there was a draw in Division 1 between Donegal and Galway, ending 1-9 to 1-9, and Monaghan beat Roscommon 0-14 to 0-11 in Clones.

In Division 2, Meath fell to Louth, 1-15 to 1-12 in Navan, while Newbridge also saw a home defeat for Kildare as Derry took a 2-15 to 0-7 win.


France have beaten Scotland in a gripping Six Nations game at the Stade de France.

Gregor Townsend's charges got off to a nightmare start, with France taking an early try, quickly followed by a straight red for Grant Gilchrist.

Quickly capitalising on the extra man, France crossed the whitewash again, but a red for Mohamed Haouas saw France down to 14 themselves.

Trailing 22-7 at the break, Scotland showed tenacity to haul themselves back into contention, with Huw Jones taking his second try of the afternoon shortly after the restart, before Finn Russell followed up with their third in the 67th minute.

Having reduced France's lead to four points for the closing 10 minutes, the Scots fought hard to get their needed try, but mistakes and a relentless French defence denied them the win, with Gael Fickou crossing the line at the death to cement their 32-21 victory.


Shane Lowry is in contention ahead of the final round of the Honda Classic in Florida.

The Offalyman is 9 under par and in a tie for fourth, four shots adrift of leader, Chris Kirk.

A final round of 65 saw Leona Maguire end in a tie for 6th at the Honda LPGA Thailand, six shots behind the winner, Lilia Vu.

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