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Sanches returns to Munich for treatment

Sanches is expected to be back in action next month after suffering the injury in an FA Cup tie against Notts County last month.

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Ki scores as Swansea beat Burnley

Swansea maintained their momentum under Carlos Carvalhal as Ki Sung-yueng's late strike secured a 1-0 home victory over Burnley.

Swansea 1-0 Burnley: Ki continues Swans revival (2:09)
Ki Sung-Yeung slams home to put Swansea ahead (1:12)
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Swansea's Ayew defends African players

Swansea City striker Andre Ayew said African players have the same attitudes as others after they were criticised by a former West Ham official.

Will there be any upsets in the FA Cup replays? (2:38)
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Carvalhal asks Abraham to emulate Ronaldo

Carlos Carvalhal has urged England striker Tammy Abraham to learn from Cristiano Ronaldo if he wants to flourish at the top level.

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Clement feels sorry for 'damaged' Sanches

Paul Clement feels sorry for Renato Sanches, whom he signed on loan at Swansea, saying the player has "the weight of the world on his shoulders."

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Swansea hold Leicester, climb table

Swansea's resurgence continued as they climbed out of the Premier League relegation zone with a 1-1 draw at Leicester, who were without Riyad Mahrez.

Fernandez's header brings Swansea on level terms (0:48)
Iheanacho's lovely assist sets up Vardy for Leicester's opener (0:55)
18dAdam Hurrey

Hurrey: Who won (and lost) January?

January saw top-six rivals swap players and Manchester City fall for the first time in the league. But who won and lost the month?

RankingsEnglish FA Cup

Goal Difference8Tied-2nd
Goals Scored112nd
Goals Conceded3Tied-8th