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Summary

  1. Man Utd ease into fifth round
  2. They will face Preston, who beat Sheff Utd
  3. Sunderland win 3-1 at Fulham
  4. Black Cats face Bradford next
  5. Watch best moments via highlights tab

Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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Edwards watch

Man Utd 3-0 Cambridge Utd

The final word of the night from

BBC Cambridge reporter Sam Edwards. He travelled up to Manchester in a supporters' coach, only for it to break down around 18:00 GMT on the M6 motorway. He arrived at Old Trafford with only half an hour left, after a Warrington coach company heeded his panicked calls for help.

Now, with the game over and done with, Sam seem philosophical:

@edwardssport: Thanks for the messages. I'm lucky enough to be working and in a car on way home. Feel for fans who booked days off and on coach back.

So do we, Sam. So do we.

Manager reaction

Fulham 1-3 Sunderland

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Gus Poyet
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Sunderland manager Gus Poyet on 5 live Sport: "We played well the the first half, really aggressive and high. We were in control and I was happy with our performance, and I'm happy with the final result. Today my players enjoyed playing their football. That was one of the first games this season that I've been really happy, watching my team play."

Manager reaction

Sheff Utd 1-3 Preston

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Preston manager Simon Grayson on 5 live Sport: "It's been a disappointing few weeks for us but tonight is an excellent result. We've been lacking attacking options and confidence recently, but we're getting those players back now. But there was a massive incentive tonight to play Manchester United, and it brought out the best in us.

"We had to be focused tonight, because we know how good Sheffield United are. They have done fantastically well in the cups. We had to be at it, and from the first whistle we were really good and dominated, and they scored against the run of play. We kept our belief going.

"It's a massive result, and there was a massive carrot for us. Forget Manchester United, we just wanted to get back to winning ways. This result can hopefully now galvanise our league form.

"I'm sure it will be very difficult to get tickets for Deepdale, but I'll limit those I give out to people who came to places like Crawley and so on in January."

Apologies if I earlier said that Bradford will play Fulham in the next round - it is of course Sunderland! What a total idiot.

Manager reaction

Man Utd 3-0 Cambridge Utd

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Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal talking to the BBC: "Cambridge have played very well, a very organised team and with the mentality that was superb. The fans were fantastic from Cambridge United. We have done what we had to.

"Every club in the FA Cup wants to win, we also. We have to beat Preston and that will not be easy, they won away against a cup fighter like Sheffield United, so it will be difficult for us to win in Preston North End.

"For the club, the fans and the coach and my staff, we want to win a title this year. The biggest chance is the FA Cup, but we still have to win four games to do that.

"Tonight, I don't think we played a very good match. But it is always difficult against a defensive team. We could have done better but I am pleased with the result."

Who are favourites to win the FA Cup now? Manchester United are the highest-ranked side still in the competition.

Man Utd 3-0 Cambridge Utd

There is something magic about Louis van Gaal's pronunciation of 'Preston North End'. Wonderful.

Revised fifth-round draw

Crystal Palace v Liverpool or Bolton Wanderers

Arsenal v Middlesbrough

Aston Villa v Leicester City

West Brom v West Ham

Bradford City v Sunderland

Blackburn Rovers v Stoke City

Derby County v Reading

Preston North End v Manchester Utd

The replay between Liverpool and Bolton is live on BBC One tomorrow night.

Manager reaction

Man Utd 3-0 Cambridge Utd

Cambridge manager Richard Money: "I was really pleased with them second half. To come in 2-0 down and play with purpose and control is not easy but we did that.

"We gave the ball away too cheaply in the first half. But I couldn't fault them for their organisation and work ethic.

"I said at half time what's the worst that can happen. You get battered? But so what. So go and show what you can do.

"I'm not sure how many clear chances they really created. They caught us on the counter-attack but we wanted to get bodies up the pitch.

"I just wanted to get a goal for the fans. And I thought we had at the end."

Player reaction

Man Utd 3-0 Cambridge Utd

Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini: "It's important to win a trophy so we will try, we work hard for that. We are winning at the moment but we continue to work hard. The manager is the boss and decides where I must play.

"We win 3-0 which is good for confidence. We played well."

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Man Utd 3-0 Cambridge Utd

Jean Pelletier: Man Utd look good for Wembley this year.

Sam Burnett: Bit of a cakewalk in the end really, for Manchester United. The gulf in class was evident. Fair play to Cambridge though, they worked their backsides off.

Luke: Cambridge should be proud. Louis van Gaal was forced to select the strongest United side to better them. 3-0 over two legs? Not many can top that.

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Man Utd 3-0 Cambridge Utd - James Wilson (73 mins)

Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata has been involved in 15 goals in 15 FA Cup appearances (scoring six, assisting nine).

Can he nail down a place in the first team though?

Sheff Utd 1-3 Preston

Former Preston winger Kevin Kilbane on social media

"Outstanding win for Preston tonight!"

WATCH THE GOALS

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A reminder that you can watch the goals from Old Trafford and Craven Cottage via the highlights tab at the top of the page. We'll also have full highlights of both games later.

Man Utd 3-0 Cambridge Utd

BBC Sport's Simon Stone at Old Trafford: "Manchester United's performance can be analysed in numerous ways.

"On the negative side, a bizarre formation, strange early reliance on long balls up to Marouane Fellaini and far too many misplaced passes.

"On the positive, reliance on Fellaini paid off, and 24 hours after the departure of Darren Fletcher after almost 20 years at the club, eye-catching performances from two more home-grown youngsters, Paddy McNair and goalscorer James Wilson.

"Ultimately though, this competition is about being in it - and they are, with a trip to League One Preston standing between them and a quarter-final berth.

"As for Cambridge, they will be talking about the one that hit the post from Tom Elliott for years."

Give us a chance. There's no way we'll get David Beckham...

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Sheff Utd 1-3 Preston

Blackburn Lad: Moyes as pundit for the Man Utd v Preston match? Yes please! Surely the Beeb can make it happen, can't it?

Thomas Fiorilli: Yes, I can think of a good pundit. One who played for both clubs and is a United legend. He scored the odd amazing free kick...

Red Malazan: Beckham should pundit the Preston game!

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Man Utd 3-0 Cambridge Utd

A few Cambridge players have shirts from the Manchester United lads, but none of the amber shirts have been swapped. I forgot that they have been outlawed from doing so. Richard Money calls his players into a congratulatory huddle in front of the 6,000 away fans.

"Let's take this memory into the league and kick on..." he'll be saying. Or similar.

FULL-TIME

Man Utd 3-0 Cambridge Utd

There it is, it's all over. Cambridge boss Richard Money salutes the fans as his players battle it out for the shirt swap.

CLOSE!

Man Utd 3-0 Cambridge Utd

Great move from Cambridge, their best since the opening minute, as Tom Elliott finds Cameron McGeehan inside the box but he shoots wide.

Man Utd 3-0 Cambridge Utd

Former Cambridge forward Steve Claridge on 5 live Sport

"This is what it's all about, being at Old Trafford as a Football League fan. This will live long in the memory for these Cambridge fans, particularly that incredible achievement of the first tie, drawing with Manchester United."

Man Utd 3-0 Cambridge Utd

The 6,000 away fans are still bouncing and making plenty of noise. A terrific effort, having done battle with the M6 on the way too. They've not been embarrassed and will have that tremendous showing in the first leg to look back on for many a year.

And £1m+ in the bank too.

Moyes the man

Man Utd 3-0 Cambridge Utd

Preston v Manchester United, 13 nights time, round five of the FA Cup. Can anyone think of a suitable pundit?

David Moyes at Preston
Empics

Man Utd 3-0 Cambridge Utd

It's 43 years since Manchester United played Preston North End but they'll meet again at Deepdale in a fortnight.

SUBSTITUTION

Man Utd 3-0 Cambridge Utd

Cambridge make a late change as Ian Miller, who was injured in the play-off final at Wembley, gets another taste of the big time.

Man Utd 3-0 Cambridge Utd

BBC Sport's Simon Stone at Old Trafford: "That's two in four games now for James Wilson.

"Interesting he has been given a chance off the bench despite the presence there of Radamel Falcao.

"The 19-year-old does not look out of place in this company that's for sure. And strikers who drop deep, as Wilson likes to do, give defences a headache."

Man Utd 3-0 Cambridge Utd

Ashley Young is back with an overhit cross from the left as we enter the final 10 minutes. It's a very subdued atmosphere.

Man Utd 3-0 Cambridge Utd

Former Cambridge forward Steve Claridge on 5 live Sport

"They have done as well as you could have expected, for Cambridge. They had a glorious chance early on. I expected Manchester United to do more when they had the ball, but ultimately I suppose this is a satisfactory result for both sides, really."

SUBSTITUTION

Man Utd 3-0 Cambridge Utd

Manchester United or Cambridge's trip to Preston will be live on BBC One on Monday, 16 February. Get yourself to Squire's afterwards. It was 50p a pint on Mondays as I recall.

Ashley Young is on after his injury.

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Nick Johnson: Whatever the score, proud of my Cambridge. Man Utd will have easier games this season at Old Trafford

12laus: Preston manager Simon Grayson has beaten United before! Beckford with the only goal for Leeds!

Neil Leverett: Surely we'll be seeing David Moyes at Deepdale in round five?

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Man Utd 3-0 Cambridge Utd

Former Cambridge forward Steve Claridge on 5 live Sport

"That's nice for James Wilson, and a good finish after a nice little turn. Low and hard into the bottom corner, not giving the keeper any chance. That will do his confidence no harm whatsoever."

Man Utd 3-0 Cambridge Utd

That tie will be a big deal in Preston, and after a run of no wins in seven it could kickstart North End's faltering promotion push too. Simon Grayson has an FA Cup win over Manchester United under his belt.

Wayne Rooney is close to a fourth but mishits his shot.

FULL-TIME

Sheff Utd 1-3 Preston

And Preston will host Manchester United. Deepdale Duck will be buzzing.

FULL-TIME

Fulham 1-3 Sunderland

Sunderland will play Bradford in round five.

Sheff Utd 1-3 Preston

A nice moment for Preston striker Joe Garner, who ends an injury absence of more than two months by coming on for the last three minutes. He starts with an ambitious shot from 40 yards. You can do that when you're 3-1 up.

Fulham 1-3 Sunderland

Southend United manager Phil Brown

BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

"It was a great penalty, to be fair. It looked like a soft award to me though. The referee immediately pointed to the spot, but the Fulham fans are not happy with that whatsoever."

Man Utd 3-0 Cambridge Utd - James Wilson (73 mins)

James Wilson has been lively since coming on up front for Manchester United, and he gets his goal, taking a pass from Ander Herrera and firing in left-footed from the edge of the box.

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GOAL

Fulham 1-3 Sunderland - Jordi Gomez (Pen 90 mins)

Jordi Gomez - who won the FA Cup with Wigan - slams powerfully home from the spot in front of the 4,000 travelling fans. Sunderland are through.

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PENALTY to SUNDERLAND

Fulham 1-2 Sunderland

Nikolay Bodurov lunges in from behind to try to nick the ball but hauls down his man - that's a penalty.