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That's a wrap for the evening from us then.

I leave you with a smattering of options to continue your evening's sporting action.

You can catch up on all of the weekend's FA Cup action here.

You can follow David Moyes v Barcelona here.

You can get some darts action here.

We'll see you tomorrow.

Arsenal 2-0 Hull

Alan Shearer

BBC Sport

"I think that Arsenal will finish in the top four this season, but the fans want to see more than that. They want to see progression. And to get up there, to be challenging for Premier League titles, I think they need to make several world-class signings. They need a top-class defensive midfielder, a top-class centre-back and possibly a new goalkeeper."

Manager reaction

Arsenal 2-0 Hull

Arsene Wenger
PA

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger speaking to BBC Sport: "We missed some chances, but we needed to be patient and do the job in a professional way. If we could stop Hull scoring, you could see the second goal would come. It came late but we dealt with the situation."

On Alexis Sanchez: "Alexis Sanchez always gives you an incisive game and forces defenders into mistake. He is a dream for a manager. He always wants to play and that is what you want to see."

On Theo Walcott: "Theo has been out for a year and it won't come back all at once. But he made some good runs and came through 75 minutes unscathed."

On the fourth-round draw: "We want to play at home if possible but you cannot choose. we have good experience in the cup and let's see what happens."

Arsenal 2-0 Hull

Alan Shearer

Former England striker on BBC MOTD

"Arsene Wenger took a lot of pressure off himself and the club by winning the FA Cup. He signed some players in the summer but they never signed the commanding centre half they needed and I think that's why the pressure is now back on him now. But in his defence there are not a lot of top quality defenders out there."

Super Sanchez

Arsenal 2-0 Hull

Alexis Sanchez
Getty Images

Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez has now scored 16 goals in all competitions this season. Only Sergio Aguero (19) and Harry Kane (17) have more.

Manager reaction

Arsenal 2-0 Hull

Steve Bruce
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Hull boss Steve Bruce: "If we're going to be honest Arsenal deserved to win. Unfortunately, up the top end of the pitch we were unable to create anything.

"The disappointing thing for me is that the first goal is the first we've conceded from a corner. We should be doing better than that. We battled on valiantly but we weren't quite good enough."

Euro action

Real Sociedad v Barcelona (20:00)

Away from the FA Cup, it's also a big night in Spain as La Liga gets back into action following their Christmas break.

Real Madrid have already seen their 22-match winning run ended by a

2-1 defeat at Valencia.

That means Barcelona will be top of the table tonight if they win at David Moyes' Real Sociedad.

Follow live text of the game here.

Player reaction

Arsenal 2-0 Hull

Per Mertesacker
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Arsenal defender Per Mertesacker, who scored the first goal, speaking to BBC Sport: "It was a difficult game, obviously we were both finalists from last year and we had good memories from that day. It was a tough fight but I thought we deserved it. It was was close until Alexis scored.

"We were quite composed and deserved it. I am really proud of my team because no matter who plays we always stick together."

Mertesacker tanker

Arsenal 2-0 Hull

Alan Shearer

BBC Sport

"I'm not a huge fan of Per Mertesacker. He is very slow on the turn if you have someone sharp and nippy in around him he struggles. I don't think he is commanding as he could be in his own box."

Player reaction

Arsenal 2-0 Hull

Per Mertesacker, speaking to BBC Sport, on Theo Walcott: "We need fit players, we have a couple of injuries but now he needs time and practice. It was a good game for him and we are absolutely delighted to have him back in the squad."

Who's through part II

The draw for the FA Cup fourth round is live on BBC One on Monday night. But who is through so far

The rest:

Blackburn

Derby

Doncaster or Bristol City

Fulham or Wolves

Reading

Leicester

Millwall or Bradford

Preston

Rochdale

Bournemouth

Swansea

West Brom

Cardiff

Who's through?

The draw for the FA Cup fourth round is live on BBC One on Monday night. But who is through so far?

Crystal Palace

Sheffield United

Sunderland

Aston Villa

Manchester City

Southampton or Ipswich

Stoke

Manchester United

Chelsea

Arsenal

Middlesbrough

Birmingham

Bolton

Brighton

Cambridge

Player reaction

Arsenal 2-0 Hull

Theo Walcott
Getty Images

Arsenal forward Theo Walcott speaking to BBC Sport: "Hull had a game plan and passed the ball very well, but we got there in the end.

"It was nice for me personally to blow the cobwebs away after being out for a year to the day. It was nice to get involved and get a few chances. I wanted to put them away and it wasn't to be.

"I think mentally it is very hard when you are in the treatment room alone, when your team-mates are going out to train or going to the World Cup. But I had a lot going on in my life off the field which helped me keep going.

"Alexis Sanchez is a special player and it was nice to get on the pitch with him finally. I'm looking forward to plenty more."

Arsenal 2-0 Hull

Alan Shearer

Former England striker on BBC MOTD

"Hull were lacking guile and they never looked like they were going to score. The big difference though was Alexis Sanchez. His movement and positional sense was superb and he had the hunger and desire to win everything."

Arsenal 2-0 Hull

Former Hull midfielder Jimmy Bullard on BBC One: "In the end it was a stroll in the park. Hull had a little bit of possession but no cutting edge.

"They went forward with only one or two players and you are not going to score against Arsenal if you do not commit the players."

Man of the match

Arsenal 2-0 Hull

Alexis Sanchez
Reuters

Unsurprisingly, Alexis Sanchez is the FA Man of the Match with 68% of the vote.

Arsenal 2-0 Hull

Theo Walcott says he is glad to be out on the pitch with Alexis Sanchez - 'a special player.'

Arsenal 2-0 Hull

Arsenal have now progressed from the FA Cup third round for 19 years in a row. They know their way through a cup tie.

Arsenal 2-0 Hull

David Pleat

Former Tottenham manager on BBC Radio 5 live:

"Arsenal were never complacent but they were always comfortable. Hull just didn't have enough in midfield. It was Alexis Sanchez who was the spark and often the difference. Theo Walcott was quiet. I don't think Hull have put in a big enough effort. They will have to play with a bit more ambition and a bit more thrust."

Coming up

Arsenal 2-0 Hull - Extra

If you've still not had enough football then we have some good news. Gary Lineker, Jimmy Bullard and Alan Shearer will be continuing their analysis of the FA Cup third round on the Red Button, with the FA Cup forum, which will run from 19:30 until 20:00 GMT.

FULL-TIME

Arsenal 2-0 Hull

Holders Arsenal are into the fourth round of the FA Cup. Easy enough in the end.

Arsenal 2-0 Hull

David Pleat

Former Tottenham manager on BBC Radio 5 live:

Hull players
AFP

"The Tigers have been slightly toothless. I thought they might have come here with a bit more determination. They have been opponents but they have been passive opponents."

Manager reaction

Southampton 1-1 Ipswich Town

Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy said: "I just said to the lads, 'well done, it's the last thing we really wanted' - but that was tongue-in-cheek.

"I didn't want to lose, that's for sure. Why can't we have a cup run as well? I came down here and watched Arsenal play and Southampton were worthy winners.

"My players have learned how tough it is playing against a Premier League team and what quality they have. They probably learned a bit about themselves as well and felt they could cope with it - that's as important as anything."

CLOSE!

Arsenal 2-0 Hull

Cracking effort from Thomas Ince, powerful half-volley at the end of a jinking run and the ball flashes just over the top.

Arsenal make a change, youngster Ainsley Maitland-Niles on in place of Joel Campbell. What a name.

Arsenal 2-0 Hull

A red card for Francis Coquelin would have marred Arsenal's day, but the midfielder is lucky not to be off. Hull's fans have a long journey back. Their side have played pretty averagely.

Arsenal 2-0 Hull

David Pleat

Former Tottenham manager on BBC Radio 5 live:

"Arsenal have played in second gear most of the second half. They have been more dangerous on the counter and have been the better team."

YELLOW CARD

Arsenal 2-0 Hull

A crazy challenge from Francis Coquelin! He dives into a two-footed tackle on Harry Maguire and is lucky only to see yellow. What was he thinking?

Manager reaction

Southampton 1-1 Ipswich Town

Ronald Koeman
PA

Southampton manager Ronald Koeman, whose side will next play Manchester United on 11 January, Ipswich on 14 January and then Newcastle on 17 January, said: "We have to play the replay and that wasn't what I expected.

"Am I annoyed? Of course, because we can't make a lot of changes in the team and I don't like to make changes. I believe in playing the strongest team.

"What happens now next week I don't know. We have to play three away games, difficult ones, so we will see what happens.

"Ipswich had an unbelievable spirit, 5,000 fans supporting their team and this game was their whole focus. I was afraid for today and the final result shows that because we started sloppy. It is very difficult to change that."

Arsenal 2-0 Hull

David Pleat

Former Tottenham manager on BBC Radio 5 live:

"When he gets the ball Alexis Sanchez is a real genius. Hull have lacked ambition. That's been the biggest disappointment to me."

SUBSTITUTION

Arsenal 2-0 Hull

Alexis Sanchez gets a few minutes off, replaced by youngster Chuba Akpom. Arsenal cruising in into round four.

Arsenal 2-0 Hull - Alexis Sanchez

Martin Keown

BBC Sport

Arsenal celebrate
AP

"Sanchez has got everything in his game. He is just electric and when he decides he wants to give a little bit more he turns it on and he really is in the peak of his power. It's just so easy for him, he really is on a different level to everyone else out there."

GOAL

Arsenal 2-0 Hull - Alexis Sanchez (82 mins)

Alexis Sanchez
AP

The game's outstanding player caps the win for Arsenal. Alexis Sanchez drops off from the Hull defence to take up a pocket of space on the edge of the box, Santi Cazorla picks him out, Sanchez drifts past the last defender and passes into the bottom corner for his 16th of the season.

Best signing of last summer?

Arsenal 1-0 Hull

David Pleat

Former Tottenham manager on BBC Radio 5 live:

"Hull are losing 1-0 with 10 minutes to go. They have got to gamble. Take a defender off and throw on another forward. They have got nothing to lose. They might as well lose 2-0 or 3-0."

VOTE NOW

Arsenal 1-0 Hull

You can vote for your man of the match at the top of the screen.

CLOSE!

Arsenal 1-0 Hull

How has that stayed out? Wonderful give and go from the newly-arrived Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, he frees Alexis Sanchez who burns past Paul McShane and drills it across. Oxlade-Chamberlain can't react quickly enough to steer it in and the ball cannons away off his shins.

Into the last 10.

Arsenal 1-0 Hull

Martin Keown

BBC Sport

Theo Walcott
Getty Images

"We have seen flashes of Theo Walcott's pace and now we just need his confidence back. He needs to get used to those hard tackles too."

Join the debate at #getcarriedaway

Arsenal 1-0 Hull

Charles Meyrick: Sometimes I wish that Sanchez could pass to Sanchez so that Sanchez could score the chances his creates... sigh

Kuni Poonasamy: Wow what a miss by Walcott. I think a bit more matches under his belt Arsenal are going to be flying this half of the season

YELLOW CARD

Arsenal 1-0 Hull

Alexis Sanchez is a class above everyone else to be honest, but he goes into the book for over-stretching and treading on Curtis Davies.

Arsenal make a change, one Saints flying machine for another as Alex Oxlade-Chamberlian replaces Theo Walcott. Fifteen minutes left.

Arsenal 1-0 Hull

David Pleat

Former Tottenham manager on BBC Radio 5 live:

"Alexis Sanchez is a big influence. He is a very dangerous player and makes things happen. Hull are solid and determined but they just can't make something happen. They're playing ok as a team but they're not playing with any progression."

Arsenal 1-0 Hull

Nervy, nervy! Per Mertesacker takes a wild swing at a cross and is relieved to see it drop into the hands of his keeper David Ospina. Arsenal fashion a half chance at the other end but Hector Bellerin leans back and fires waywardly wide.

Theo Walcott has lost none of his pace, bursting away to almost latch onto Francis Coquelin's pass. Alexis Sanchez then tests Steve Harper from a tight angle. Much better from the Gunners.