Leeds United and Sheffield United both secured important wins in their respective competitions.
Leeds United earned a crucial 4-2 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Premier League, climbing up five places to 14th and escaping the relegation zone.
Sheffield United secured a dramatic 3-2 victory over Blackburn Rovers in the FA Cup Quarter-finals after Tommy Doyle's late 91st minute strike.
Leeds United's win over Wolverhampton Wanderers was entertaining and chaotic, with Leeds coming from behind twice.
Wolves had Jonny Otto sent off after scoring and were unable to make a famous comeback.
Sheffield United's dramatic FA Cup win saw them edge Blackburn Rovers, who had taken the lead twice in the match.
Tommy Doyle's late goal secured Sheffield United's place in the semi-finals of the FA Cup.
The Reuters article focused on Sheffield United's performance in the FA Cup quarter-finals, with quotes from players and managers providing important context.
The Guardian article was centred heavily around Leeds United's chaotic win over Wolves, using metaphors like "an afternoon of torrential downpours, sunshine and double rainbows" and describing the match as "absolutely bonkers".
While the sources differed in their coverage, both agreed that their respective teams had earned crucial wins with important implications for their campaigns.
Leeds United's manager Javi Gracia said, "Today we got a very, very good win.
Our players did an amazing game and they deserve the reward because we showed a very good display.
" Sheffield United's Chris Basham commented on the team's FA Cup run, saying "We've had the Premier League season that we've had, but in the cup we've been firing on all cylinders and we'll enjoy every minute of it."