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Summary

  1. Listen to 606 by using audio icon; watch goals via highlights
  2. Man City fight back to beat Sheff Weds
  3. Results: QPR 0-3 Sheff U; Yeovil 0-2 Man U
  4. Result: Chelsea 3-0 Watford; S'land 1-0 Leeds
  5. Stoke come from behind to beat Wrexham

Live Reporting

By Mike Henson and Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    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."

  2. Manager reaction

    Arsenal 2-0 Hull

    Arsene Wenger

    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."

  3. Post update

    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."

  4. Super Sanchez

    Arsenal 2-0 Hull

    Alexis Sanchez

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

  5. Manager reaction

    Arsenal 2-0 Hull

    Steve Bruce

    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."

  6. 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.

  7. Player reaction

    Arsenal 2-0 Hull

    Per Mertesacker

    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."

  8. 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."

  9. 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."

  10. 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

  11. 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

  12. Player reaction

    Arsenal 2-0 Hull

    Theo Walcott

    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."

  13. Post update

    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."

  14. Post update

    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."

  15. Man of the match

    Arsenal 2-0 Hull

    Alexis Sanchez

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

  16. Post update

    Arsenal 2-0 Hull

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

  17. Post update

    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.

  18. Post update

    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."

  19. 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.

  20. FULL-TIME

    Arsenal 2-0 Hull

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

  21. Post update

    Arsenal 2-0 Hull

    David Pleat

    Former Tottenham manager on BBC Radio 5 live:

    Hull players

    "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."

  22. 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."

  23. 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.

  24. Post update

    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.

  25. Post update

    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."

  26. 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?

  27. Manager reaction

    Southampton 1-1 Ipswich Town

    Ronald Koeman

    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."

  28. Post update

    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."

  29. SUBSTITUTION

    Arsenal 2-0 Hull

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

  30. Post update

    Arsenal 2-0 Hull - Alexis Sanchez

    Martin Keown

    BBC Sport

    Arsenal celebrate

    "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."

  31. GOAL

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

    Alexis Sanchez

    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?

  32. Post update

    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."

  33. VOTE NOW

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

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

  34. 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.

  35. Post update

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    Martin Keown

    BBC Sport

    Theo Walcott

    "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."

  36. 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

  37. 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.

  38. Post update

    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."

  39. Post update

    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.

  40. Join the debate at #getcarriedaway

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    Isaac Wolafar: Hull are holding the ball nicely. I'm becoming to sense the Gunners ghosts will soon appear and Hull will get something from this.

  41. SUBSTITUTION

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    Hull do send on Uruguayan striker Abel Hernandez for the last 20 minutes. Can he make the difference?

  42. Player reaction

    Southampton 1-1 Ipswich Town

    Alexis Sanchez

    Luke Hyam: Great game and experience, fully deserved, best away support I've seen. What an atmosphere.

    Tommy Smith: Good draw against a very good team. Our support was immense 👏 safe trip home to everyone. Massive game to prepare for now! #itfc

  43. CLOSE!

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    Chance for Theo Walcott! Great pass from Santi Cazorla, fired in at Walcott and allowing him to spin into space. The touch takes him wide though and he hurries the finish, flicking wide as Steve Harper closed him down. An understandably rusty finish.

  44. Post update

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    David Pleat

    Former Tottenham manager on BBC Radio 5 live:

    "Ahmed Elmohamady has come on for Hull. He is very tall, strong and a very good crosser of the ball. Whether he can get at Nacho Monreal I'm not sure. There is no area of the field where Hull have the ascendancy."

  45. Post update

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    Step one of Hull's second-half plan is working. They are seeing much more of the ball and disrupting Arsenal when they get on it. But phase two - test David Ospina - is not under way at all. This third-round Sunday is drifting away from us.

  46. SUBSTITUTION

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    Hull do make a switch, Egyptian wing-back Ahmed Elmohamady on for Sone Aluko. Bit of a change of shape coming up. Last half an hour.

  47. CLOSE!

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    It all opens up for Joel Campbell, on his left foot, edge of the area - but he drags it badly wide. No conviction about that shot.

  48. Post update

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    Steve Bruce

    Steve Bruce holds his head in his hands after another attack comes unstuck. It's not happening for Hull at the moment. Well, for the last 12 months really.

  49. Post update

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    David Pleat

    Former Tottenham manager on BBC Radio 5 live:

    "Hull are having more of the play but they're not getting behind Arsenal. Arsenal will be happy. I would think that around the 60-minute mark Steve Bruce will think about changing the system and making some changes."

  50. Post update

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    Hull do have Uruguay striker Abel Hernandez on the bench, Jake Livermore too. Steve Bruce may have to make changes soon. Ten minutes gone in the second half.

  51. Post update

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    Hull attack. Yannick Sagbo tops a header after a good run from Robbie Brady, the midfield opens up and Arsenal break. Tomas Rosicky uses Joel Campbell as a decoy, arcing right through the middle and galloping into the space. He is one on one with the last defender but loses out. Next goal crucial.

  52. Post update

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    Martin Keown

    BBC Sport

    "Alexis Sanchez has just got that extra bit of pace, Curtis Davies is no slouch but when Sanchez wants to go he can be electric."

  53. Post update

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    Alexis Sanchez

    Alexis Sanchez can't half shift. Great pace to get away from Curtis Davies, he makes it look so easy, burning up the turf and testing Steve Harper with a skidding low shot.

  54. Post update

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    David Pleat

    Former Tottenham manager on BBC Radio 5 live:

    "Hull manager Steve Bruce will have told his team to play on the front foot in these first few minutes of the second half. In truth, they didn't make any chances in the first period. Arsenal got on top of game after going ahead, and that goal seemed to knock the stuffing out of Hull's early efforts."

  55. Post update

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    Theo Walcott

    Steve Bruce waves his men forwards as Tom Ince wins a throw. The age-old conundrum for Hull now - doe they push men on and risk being done on the break? In Theo Walcott, Joel Campbell and Alexis Sanchez the hosts have all sorts of pace up front.

  56. KICK-OFF

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    Game on in the second half. Kudos to the man on the wheels of steel for the first public playing of 'Jump Around' by House of Pain since circa 1997.

  57. Post update

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    Martin Keown

    Former Arsenal defender on BBC MOTD

    "Arsenal have totally dominated and I'm looking to Hull boss Steve Bruce to see if he can get his two wide players closer to the frontman. It's only 1-0 but Hull need a reaction. Hull are almost content to be 1-0 down."

  58. Post update

    Chelsea 3-0 Watford

    Jose Mourinho has just reiterated that goalkeeper Petr Cech will not be leaving Stamford Bridge.

  59. Post update

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    The Gunners have lost just one of their last 38 FA Cup home matches (W28 D9 L1).

    A 29th win on the cards?

  60. Manager reaction

    Chelsea 3-0 Watford

    Watford boss Slavisa Jokanovic: "I can't be happy because we lost the game, but my team made a good performance. We had good organisation, we played many minutes without the ball. We expected Chelsea to have possession of the ball.

    "The arrival of Willian changed the speed and we started suffering more and this player scored a fantastic first goal. At the end, I must be happy with the performance of my players. We try, we made some half-chances and tried to play some fast counter-attack."

  61. Post update

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    Former Hull midfielder Jimmy Bullard on Match of the Day: "Hull started well and I thought there would be a good football match here. But then all of a sudden Arsenal score from a corner and the game totally changes. It was poor defending for me."

  62. Manager reaction

    Stoke City 3-1 Wrexham

    Mark Hughes

    Stoke City manager Mark Hughes tells BBC Sport: "We didn't play anything like we should have done and credit to Wrexham, they were excellent.

    "In the end we got away wit it. We made changes at the end to try to get some craft into our play and thankfully Stephen Ireland took the game away from them.

    "It's been a tough period for everybody and I think I have 17 or 18 players I can call upon. I was hoping I didn't have to use the likes of Peter Crouch and Jonathan Walters."

  63. Sunday's headlines

    If you are just tuning in after a nice day out walking in a National Park or maybe decorating the spare room, here's today's main lines.

    Chelsea saw off Watford with three second-half goals.

    Manchester United stutter to a 2-0 win at Yeovil.

    Manchester City, Aston Villa and Stoke all find late goals to see off upsets.

    Check out all of the goals, highlights, reports and reaction on our FA Cup index.

  64. Post update

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    Alan Shearer

    Former England striker on BBC MOTD

    "The tie should be over now. Arsenal have had some excellent chances, played some great stuff in the final third, but their finishing touch has let them down. Other than that I've been impressed by Arsenal."

  65. Text us on 81111

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    Derek: Is it my imagination or do Arsenal make as many square and back passes as they make forward ones?

  66. Manager reaction

    Chelsea 3-0 Watford

    Jose Mourinho

    Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho: "It was difficult. In the first half we didn't play well and Watford were well-organised defensively. The second half was different, we gave a different dynamic to the game. We created and we deserve to win.

    "I don't need to be angry to try to change things. I did the changes that I thought could help me change the dynamic of the game. Diego Costa and Willian played very well and in the second half the team followed them.

    "If I don't have on the bench players which can help me change the game, probably I don't win. A tired Diego, with 90 minutes of Southampton and 90 minutes of Tottenham, changed the game."

  67. HALF-TIME

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    Job done so far for Arsenal. Not a patch on last year's final mind.

  68. YELLOW CARD

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    Paul McShane may not be 36 but he has had a nightmare there. He lets a high ball bounce - criminal - and then catches Nacho Monreal in the chest as he tries to rectify his error. He's in the book and Arsenal have a free-kick in a dangerous area. They waste it.

  69. Post update

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    David Pleat

    Former Tottenham manager on BBC Radio 5 live:

    "Whenever Hull break Arsenal are around them like ferrets. Hull have passing players but there is no one with any electricity or cleverness to beat his man. Arsenal have two - Cazorla and Sanchez. There is no penetration from Hull."

  70. Post update

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    Arsene Wenger

    Into the last five minutes of the half. You'll be pleased to know that Arsene Wenger has his coat zipped up now.

  71. Post update

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    Joel Campbell skims a shot wide from 20 yards. Is he the man to make a breakthrough into the first team in the second half of the season?

  72. Post update

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    Martin Keown

    BBC Sport

    Steve Bruce

    "Hull are sticking to the plan that Steve Bruce has given them but they really need to more in front of goal that is for sure."

  73. Player reaction

    Southampton 1-1 Ipswich Town

    Southampton striker Graziano Pelle on Twitter: Unlucky not to finish this first FA Cup game as a win for #SaintsFC. Now we know what to do on January 14th.

  74. Post update

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    It's all very comfortable for Arsenal at the minute. Hull don't look like hurting them at all. Southampton terrorised the Arsenal backline last time out but Hull can't match that level of panic so far.

  75. Real Madrid's winning streak is over

    Cristiano Ronaldo

    It is finally over...

    After a club-record 22 straight wins, Real Madrid lose 2-1 at Valencia to hand Barcelona the chance to move top of La Liga.

    Cristiano Ronaldo gave the visitors the lead from the penalty spot but Antonio Barragan's deflected shot levelled before Nicolas Otamendi's header secured the win.

    Barca will go top with a win at David Moyes's Real Sociedad. You can follow live text commentary on the BBC Sport website from 19:00.

  76. Join the debate at #getcarriedaway

    Blyth Spartans

    Blyth Spartans: Welcome back @LuisFigo! It's good to have a football legend following us again. We think you suit green and white!!

  77. Post update

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    Better from Hull, but I have to concur with David Pleat. Some nice play down the flanks but it peters out within sight of the Gunners goal.

  78. Post update

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    David Pleat

    Former Tottenham manager on BBC Radio 5 live:

    "The biggest problem Hull have got with their squad is that they haven't got enough natural goalscorers. Steve Bruce has midfield players and he has defenders, but he just lacks that quality up front."

  79. Join the debate at #getcarriedaway

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    Tim Arstall: Arsenal really cutting Hull open, but sensational effort by McShane to deny Sanchez, defending like that is worth a goal.

    Paul Norris: Wow. Mertesacker the man I thought would be the reason that Hull scored goals has gone and scored himself. Fair play to him.

    James Payne: Some quality stuff but need that second goal as Hull look good in possession.

  80. Text us on 81111

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    George Graham

    James in Norfolk: One of the rarest sights in modern football, an Arsenal goal from a corner. Used to be the most common sight under George Graham, so its a real delight to see Per nod that in on FA Cup 3rd round weekend. Old school!

  81. 'You're fired'

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    There is no Hatem Ben Arfa in the Hull squad today, he has gone back to Newcastle after an unsuccessful loan spell. And the Magpies have just confirmed that they have agreed to terminate his contract with immediate effect.

    He's off to play back in France with Nice.

  82. Manager reaction

    Yeovil 0-2 Man Utd

    Yeovil boss Gary Johnson

    Yeovil manager Gary Johnson, speaking to Match of the Day: "We know they are a quality side and when you look at their bench we knew some of those would make a difference later in the game and that is what happened.

    "We had a chance [through Kieffer Moore] but it was a world class goal from a world class player that put them in front. You can only be proud of the boys and the club. I think we go home with more pride than disappointment.

    "There was not £34m or £59m between the players individually on the day. Hopefully that will give our players confidence to pick up in the league."

  83. HAVE YOUR FA CUP SAY

    606 phone-in

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Lines are open for 606 with Ian Wright and Kelly Cates standing by to talk your calls on all things FA Cup.

    Sheffield United fans, delighted with your FA Cup upset? QPR fans, how worried are you at going out? Harry doesn't seem to be. Are the lack of shocks down to the bigger teams fielding strong sides?

    We're on air from 19:30 GMT on BBC 5 live - call 0500 909 693, text 85058 or @bbc606 on social media.

  84. Post update

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    Three of Arsenal's last five FA Cup goals have been scored by defenders from corners. Hull haven't heeded the warning.

  85. Post update

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    David Pleat

    Former Tottenham manager on BBC Radio 5 live:

    "Hull are rattled and haven't recovered from conceding the goal. It was a very simple goal but very poor defending by Hull. I thought Hull were just getting into the game. Arsenal are breaking very quickly. Alexis Sanchez is so clever - he needs two markers against him."

  86. Post update

    Yeovil 0-2 Man Utd

    Van Gaal selfie

    Get that up on Facebook!

    Yeovil fan Nicole Citreon has bagged herself a selfie with Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal.

    She is Dutch though, so maybe a little bit of native lingo convinced Van Gaal to pose.

  87. Post update

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    Can Hull mount a comeback then? Yannick Sagbo cuts an isolated figure through the middle for them and has hardly had a sniff.At the other end, Santi Cazorla clips a gem of a pass into the run of Theo Walcott, he opens up his body to curl one but puts it right at Steve Harper. Arsenal looking slick.

  88. HITS THE WOODWORK

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    Another corner, another meltdown for Hull as Yannick Sagbo ends up diverting the ball onto the base of his own post. A lucky escape for the Tigers.

    Apologies to Steve Harper - it was actually a cracking save. Not off the post.

  89. Manager reaction

    Yeovil 0-2 Man Utd

    Louis van Gaal

    Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal, speaking to Match of the Day: "I had expected this. It is always difficult to play against a team like this - play long balls - you have to fight and they gave us a lot of pressure. We did not have time to play the ball around, changed things a little bit in shape in the second half but that was necessary as Shaw was injured, as was Rafael. We then had more of the ball and that is why we could score the winner.

    "We had more chances in the second half and our first goal came as a consequence of that. Then Yeovil attacked and we were able to score on the counter.

    "It [the FA Cup] is important for every club, not just Manchester United. We want to win the FA Cup, we know it will be difficult but that is our goal."

  90. FULL-TIME

    Chelsea 3-0 Watford

  91. Post update

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    Martin Keown

    BBC Sport

    "We talked about a captain's performance and that was a Captain's goal and just when your club needs you most. That was all about his size, you can't help think the defender should do better but when you are 6ft 7 you should be the winner every time."

  92. CLOSE!

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull

    Alexis Sanchez

    Curtis Davies was the nearest defender to Per Mertesacker for that goal but didn't do enough. At all.

    Oh and that is brilliant! Great feet from Tomas Rosicky to dance away from two defenders and play in Alexis Sanchez, he dances around Steve Harper but his shot is superbly cleared by the sliding Paul McShane. The very best of Arsenal there, but tremendous defending too.

  93. Post update

    Chelsea 3-0 Watford

    Neat and tidy around the fringes of the Chelsea box from Watford, but nothing to take home yet from the match.

    Craig Cathcart snatches at a 20-yard effort, clearing the crossbar from Matej Vydra's lay-off.

  94. GOAL

    Arsenal 1-0 Hull - Per Mertesacker (20 mins)

    Should you mark a 6ft 7in German at a corner? Hull decide not to bother and Per Mertesacker is a tower at the back post to head down and into the net.

    Per Mertesacker scores for Arsenal
  95. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Hull

    Will Arsenal replace Lukas Podolski? Or do they have enough attacking options in their squad? Hector Bellerin does well down the right with a driving run and cross, but there is nobody in the middle.

  96. Player reaction

    Yeovil 0-2 Man Utd

    Darren Fletcher

    Manchester United midfielder Darren Fletcher: "Coming to Yeovil you have to battle to earn the right to win. Credit to Yeovil they made it very difficult. We would have liked to have played better but sometimes you have to earn the right to do that and we had to dig in deep.

    "It ultimately took a fantastic goal to open the scoring and Angel Di Maria finished it off. A great result all in all because it was always going to be difficult."

  97. Player reaction

    Man City 2-1 Sheff Weds

    Man City v Sheff Weds

    Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany: Family atmosphere and late drama. FA Cup is special. Who will be next? Oh, and one hell of a birthday to you James!

    Milner, 29 today, scored both of City's goals as they came from behind to defeat Sheffield Wednesday.

  98. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Hull

    Martin Keown

    Former Arsenal defender on BBC MOTD

    "That is a fantastic run from Tom Ince, coming onto his favoured left foot and Arsenal left-back Nacho Monreal is not tight enough. Plenty of power in the shot but it lacks a bit of direction.

    "I believe Tom Ince can become a top player, but it is just about the confidence to go and do it."

  99. Podolski latest

    Arsenal 0-0 Hull

    Lukas Podolski

    Tom Ince may have turned down a move to Inter Milan in the summer, but Arsenal forward Lukas Podolski looks like he is closing in on a move to the San Siro. David Pleat tells us that it will be completed in the next 24 hours.

  100. HITS THE WOODWORK

    Chelsea 3-0 Watford

    After beating West Ham on Boxing Day, Chelsea trained on the pitch at Stamford Bridge immediately after the final whistle.

    They look like they have started doing the same again with five minutes still to play here.

    The pace of the game had dropped markedly, but Diego Costa provides a moment of excitement, curling a clever free-kick against the base of the post.

    Watford have replaced Gianni Munari with Sean Murray.

  101. CLOSE!

    Arsenal 0-0 Hull

    Cracking effort at the other end now as Tom Ince comes across Nacho Monreal, whose defending is weak, and powers in a low drive which whistles into the side-netting. I think Arsenal keeper David Ospina had it covered, but a fine attempt all the same.

  102. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Hull

    Martin Keown

    Former Arsenal defender on BBC MOTD

    "Hull boss Steve Bruce has obviously got one eye on the difficult league games against West Brom and West Ham coming up. But he is a proud man and enjoyed his day out at Wembley so will not want to let go of that lightly."

  103. CLOSE!

    Arsenal 0-0 Hull

    Sanchez and Huddlestone

    Brilliant stuff. Theo Walcott plays in Alexis Sanchez with a cute pass into the area. Harry Maguire makes up the ground to block the striker's first effort, and he then goes for a clever chip for his second and floats it onto the roof of the net. Great effort.

  104. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Hull

    That is a nasty one. Francis Coquelin is late and low on Stephen Quinn, studs into his ankle. Somehow he gets away without a booking.

  105. SUBSTITUTION

    Chelsea 3-0 Watford

    Stamford Bridge jokingly jeer Jose Mourinho's decision to withdraw Didier Drogba. Nathan Ake is going to get a run for the final 10 minutes.

  106. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Hull

    Hull do keep the ball nicely for the first time, but Tom Huddlestone chooses to lay the ball off when a shot is on.

    WENGER COAT ALERT! Arsene reaches for his long blue effort but as the cameras zoom in, he again struggles with that tricky zip mechanism. After a few clumsy attempts he decides to leave it unzipped.

  107. Post update

    Chelsea 3-0 Watford

    Great dig!

    Matej Vydra, off the bench, wallops an effort in from fully 30 yards and it is really travelling. Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech throws up a hand to see it over the top for a corner.

  108. Manager reaction

    Man City 2-1 Sheff Weds

    Stuart Gray

    Sheffield Wednesday manager Stuart Gray: "It's a sickener, once we got our noses in front we knew we could frustrate them and hit them on the break. They had to put David Silva and Samir Nasri on and they had to chase the game. We made a talented team play to the max.

    "We deserved the lead and Manchester City ended up giving us the ultimate respect. I always say have a look at what players ended the game, rather than started it."

  109. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Hull

    It's been a rampaging start from the Gunners, Hull have barely been out of their own half.

  110. PENALTY APPEAL

    Chelsea 3-0 Watford

    Chelsea fans point out to their Watford counterparts that they have stopped making any noise.

    Those from the north edge of the M25 do spring into life as Fernando Forestieri's ball into the box is blocked by Kurt Zouma. They thought it was a hand, but replays show the Frenchman puffed out his chest to cut out the pass.

  111. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Hull

    David Pleat

    Former Tottenham manager on BBC Radio 5 live:

    "What a tremendous burst by Campbell to get into a goalscoring position. It looked odds on a goal but that was a tremendous block by Harper."

  112. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Hull

    Martin Keown

    Former Arsenal defender on BBC MOTD

    "Tom Huddlestone has great technique and great vision. Arsenal's midfield need to get tight to him. That means there is a lot resting on the shoulders of young Francis Coquelin.

    "Great run from Joel Campbell there, a nice one-two with Alexis Sanchez. The home crowd have warmed to that - Campbell wants to get on the ball and get at players."

  113. CLOSE!

    Arsenal 0-0 Hull

    What a chance! Arsenal nearly ahead early on as Joel Campbell plays a rapid one-two with Alexis Sanchez, the pair slicing through the Hull backline, but Campbell's left-foot shot is tame and kicked clear by Steve Harper.

  114. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Arsenal 0-0 Hull

    Matthew Bonson: Arsenal v Hull. FA Cup final repeat. I'd like repeat of the first eight minutes...then maybe stay like that for the remaining 82.

    Louis Longhurst: Great to see Theo Walcott back after a year. Hope he gets straight back into the form he was in when he picked up that injury.

    Kunjan Punatar: A great sense of excitement. Arsenal playing as defending champions. Let's make this happen again.

  115. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Hull

    Theo Walcott has started playing on the right, with Alexis Sanchez through the middle. In Walcott and Hector Bellerin Arsenal have an incredibly nippy right flank.

  116. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Hull

    Hull were 2-0 up inside eight minutes when these two sides met in the final back in May. Can they manage a similar blockbuster start here?

  117. GOAL

    Chelsea 3-0 Watford - Kurt Zouma (72 mins)

    The Chelsea fans urge Cesar Azpilicueta to shoot. The full-back has better ideas and clips a pin-point cross onto the head of Kurt Zouma who powers home a fine third.

    Kurt Zouma
  118. KICK-OFF

    Arsenal 0-0 Hull

    Under way at Arsenal.

  119. Post update

    Arsenal v Hull (17:30 GMT)

    Hull City boss Steve Bruce: "We had such a great time in the FA Cup last year but we have just come out of a hectic schedule.

    "It has been a difficult team selection but it was a case of 'do I play the vast majority who have played three games in seven days?' or 'do I freshen us up?' I had to freshen things up."

  120. GOAL

    Chelsea 2-0 Watford - Loic Remy (70 mins)

    Loic Remy

    That will be that. Didier Drogba backheels to Diego Costa, his shot is blocked and balloons up into the air and Loic Remy whistles the ball into the top corner from 15 yards. Terrific hit.

  121. Post update

    Arsenal v Hull (17:30 GMT)

    Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger: "It's good to see Theo Walcott come back but let's be cautious as well. He is fit and has prepared well."

    "We want to keep the FA Cup trophy. The best way to do that is by starting well. The intensity is important - let's show we have that desire."

  122. Post update

    Arsenal v Hull (17:30 GMT)

    The teams are out at the Emirates. How will Theo Walcott fare? Good to see him back.

  123. Post update

    Southampton 1-1 Ipswich

    BBC Final Score

    Mick McCarthy

    Former QPR and Manchester City winger Trevor Sinclair: "Mick McCarthy will be really pleased to have got a draw and take Southampton back to Portman Road. They are a team full of confidence, they are flying high in the league and will believe they can win the replay."

  124. Post update

    Yeovil 0-2 Man Utd

    John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at Huish Park

    "Gary Johnson will be immensely proud of his Yeovil players despite the result. They weren't battered and they weren't embarrassed. United will see it as job done. They are through and into the fourth round hat."

  125. Join the debate at #getcarriedaway

    Yeovil 0-2 Man Utd

    Matt: Well done Man Utd, its only cost you £100m to beat Yeovil

    Sam Burnett: Concerning that we've struggled to beat a team struggling in League 1, but the main thing is we're in the hat for next round

    Joe Wedgwood: United backline demonstrating worryingly poor positional awareness - McNair and Blackett particularly naive.

    Winning ugly has been a regular part of United's campaign this season.

  126. Manager reaction

    Man City 2-1 Sheff Weds

    Manuel Pellegrini

    Here's more from Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini: "One of the most pleasing things about the way we have played in the last month is that we have continued winning, even without any recognised strikers, but playing the way we have, we've still been able to score goals.

    "That's why today, I found it hard to believe why we weren't creating enough chances.

    "It doesn't matter who we draw in the fourth round as the ties are going to be tough whoever we face.

    "It's a very important competition for us, but we have to take it a game at a time and we will try to stay involved as long as possible."

  127. Post update

    Chelsea 1-0 Watford

    Willian, scorer of a brilliant goal a few minutes ago, needs some treatment after going over the shoulders of a Watford defender. He's OK though.

  128. Post update

    Yeovil 0-2 Man Utd

    Yeovil captain and Manchester United fan Joe Edwards pulls rank to ensure that he swaps shirts with Wayne Rooney.

    Both sides head off to applaud their respective fans. Both can be pleased with their afternoon's work.

  129. Post update

    Yeovil 0-2 Man Utd

    BBC Final Score

    Former Everton and Hull midfielder Kevin Kilbane: "Yeovil were only ever going to score a goal from a set piece and there was always going to be the risk of being caught on the counter-attack. The pace that United broke with was quite unbelievable. "

  130. FULL-TIME

    Yeovil 0-2 Man Utd

  131. Post update

    Chelsea 1-0 Watford

    Diego Costa is a nuisance in behind the Watford back four, he cuts the ball back across goal and Tommie Hoban does well to scramble away from inside the goalmouth.

  132. INJURY TIME

    Yeovil 0-2 Man Utd

    A final exhibition-pace few minutes. Ander Herrera rattles in a fierce 25-yarder and Jed Steer just about gloves out.

  133. Post update

    Yeovil 0-2 Man Utd

    John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at Huish Park

    "Yeovil had to take a chance and they left one at the back. Manchester United have got away with 2-0 because Yeovil have actually deserved something. But United, with the quality they have, are always capable of scoring goals like that."

  134. Countdown to kick-off

    Arsenal v Hull (17:30 GMT)

    Gary Lineker

    Gary Lineker: Live third round FA Cup tie between Arsenal and Hull City is on BBC One. I'll be with Alan Shearer and Jimmy Bullard at 5.20.

    Starting any moment now. You can watch at the top of this page...

  135. GOAL

    Yeovil 0-2 Man Utd - Angel Di Maria (90 mins)

    Angel Di Maria

    They were always going to be open to the counter.

    Manchester United clear the free-kick, Wayne Rooney gets his head up and pings a glorious ball that isolates Simon Gillett against the pace of Angel Di Maria.

    Only one winner and Di Maria tickles a lovely little clipped finish over Jed Steer to seal victory.

  136. Post update

    Yeovil 0-1 Man Utd

    Everyone up for a free-kick to be delivered into the Manchester United box...

  137. Manager reaction

    Man City 2-1 Sheff Weds

    Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini: "We did not play well. It was our fourth game in 10 days so I think we were feeling a little bit tired and I think when you are playing a team from a different division the motivation is different.

    "We played very badly, we didn't keep the ball and we didn't play the way we normally do."

  138. SUBSTITUTION

    Yeovil 0-1 Man Utd

    A double change for Yeovil as Kevin Dawson and Sam Foley come off and James Hayter and James Berrett are thrown into the mix.

    All hands to the pump.

  139. Post update

    Arsenal v Hull (17:30 GMT)

    Martin Keown

    Former Arsenal defender on BBC MOTD

    "I'm pleased to see Theo Walcott back starting for Arsenal. His pace will be blistering - it will be interesting to see how Hull deal with that."

  140. Post update

    Yeovil 0-1 Man Utd

    Yeovil break promisingly through Simon Gillet and Tom Eaves, but Eaves' foul on Jonny Evans allows the pressure to seep away.

  141. GOAL

    Chelsea 1-0 Watford - Willian (58 minis)

    There's the breakthrough. Without Eden Hazard or Cesc Fabregas Chelsea need some inspiration from elsewhere and Willian steps up to the plate. It's a wonderful goal too, curling into the top corner from 22 yards. A real beauty of a strike.

    Willian gives Chelsea the lead
  142. Post update

    Yeovil 0-1 Man Utd

    Wayne Rooney does some defensive dirty work back in the Manchester United box, controlling a cross on his chest and stroking a side-foot pass out from the back.

  143. CLOSE!

    Chelsea 0-0 Watford

    Didier Drogba is OK to carry on after that earlier niggle. And Watford so close! Troy Deeney lashes in a low shot which deflects off the ankle of Filipe Luis and skims the far post! So close.

    Didier Drogba
  144. FIVE TO GO

    Yeovil 0-1 Man Utd

    Two big lads up front. A shaky opposition defence. This isn't the time to be too clever.

    Yeovil have five minutes to find an equaliser and route one is the best place to start looking.

  145. Post update

    Yeovil 0-1 Man Utd

    John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at Huish Park

    "The introduction of Di Maria and Mata has made a big difference. I know it's only 1-0 but certainly United are passing the ball better."

  146. Post update

    Yeovil 0-1 Man Utd

    If you want to see that Ander Herrera strike, and I'm pretty sure you will, then it is available for your viewing pleasure over on our FA Cup video wall.

    Get over there. Herrera's goal is a 24-carat beauty.

  147. Post update

    Chelsea 0-0 Watford

    Didier Drogba doing the donkey work up front and closing down the Watford defence - but he pulls up as a result. Twanged his groin?

    Didier Drogba
  148. Join the debate at #getcarriedaway

    Daniel Mackay: Great goal by Herrera. Apart from that Man Utd have been poor. Fletcher not good enough anymore to be in the 1st team

    Mark: Can't #getcarriedaway - all these late goals, have the Premier League teams not read their scripts?

    James Porter: I was looking forward to a cupset why are you so cruel Stoke? Also villa? Do the honourable thing and let Blackpool through.

    You can watch Ander Herrera's goal again now by using the highlights tab at the top of the page.

  149. Post update

    Aston Villa 1-0 Blackpool

    OptaJoe: 0 - Aston Villa have kept their first clean sheet in the FA Cup since January 2009 (ending a run of 16 games without one). Relief.

  150. Post update

    Yeovil 0-1 Man Utd

    Manchester United are doing a good job of drawing the sting out of this situation.

    Neat triangles and patient passing is wasting seconds and pumping lactic into Yeovil legs.

    Their shooting is less clever. Angel Di Maria blazes high and wide from distance. More keep-ball, less football required for the visitors.

  151. Text us on 81111

    Southampton 1-1 Ipswich

    James: As a Liverpool "neutral" enjoying the match with family at St Mary's, can I suggest Liverpool add Lloyd Isgrove to the list of Southampton players we've pinch... er... bought. Tidy little terrier of a player, fast, passionate and direct. Just what we need.

  152. Post update

    Chelsea 0-0 Watford

    Jose Mourinho

    There are 6,000 Watford fans inside Stamford Bridge this afternoon. They have seen their side mount a rearguard action so far, but a successful one. Chelsea have created very little.

  153. Post update

    Yeovil 0-1 Man Utd

    BBC Sport chief football writer Phil McNulty at Huish Park

    Good response by Yeovil to Manchester United going ahead - but can they find that moment of quality?

    Yeovil's fans have not given up on this but there is now the ever-present threat of United getting a second as the home side push forward.

  154. Post update

    Yeovil 0-1 Man Utd

    John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at Huish Park

    "Manchester United are having a spell of keep-ball. Yeovil are struggling to get the ball and United are fizzing it about the pitch. The onus is on Yeovil but United are keeping possession."

  155. Post update

    Yeovil 0-1 Man Utd

    Yeovil boss Gary Johnson bawls at his side to press forward and hassle Manchester United as the visitors start to pass the ball around them.

    They will get possession now. Wayne Rooney has scuffed a shot over the top from Paddy McNair's pull-back. A bit of a bobble played a part there.

  156. KICK-OFF

    Chelsea 0-0 Watford

    Back under way at Stamford Bridge.

  157. SUBSTITUTION

    Chelsea 0-0 Watford

    I anticipated some changes from a ticked-off Jose Mourinho and he doesn't disappoint. He brings on Diego Costa and Willian at the break.

  158. Post update

    Yeovil 0-1 Man Utd

    More Yeovil pressure. Kieffer Moore - who looks like a player - wriggles inside his man and sees his curling shot deflected just wide off Chris Smalling. Another corner, more pressure, added volume.

    Eighteen minutes to play.

  159. Post update

    Arsenal v Hull (17:30 GMT)

    FA Cup
  160. Join the debate at #getcarriedaway

    Yeovil 0-1 Man Utd

    Kenny Kong: Herrera you beauty! What great technique smashing the ball home from 20 yards

    Peter Malath: What a goal Herrera! Lucky strike but we shall not care

    Conor McGeekin: Well done United, spent untold amounts of money and it's taken you over an hour to score against Yeovil. What a great team.

  161. Post update

    Yeovil 0-1 Man Utd

    John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at Huish Park

    "Yeovil aren't finished. Great effort by Edwards - a bullet header. Di Maria heads it off the line but what a great effort."

  162. CLOSE!

    Yeovil 0-1 Man Utd

    Off the line! By Angel Di Maria!

    I'm not sure that is what he was brought on for but the Manchester United starman reacts well to head away Joe Edwards' diving header.

    David De Gea wasn't getting there. The decibel level ramps up another notch.

  163. Join the debate at #getcarriedaway

    Yeovil 0-1 Man Utd

    Nathan Bright

    Nathan Bright: Moore and McNair doing their best cress growing out of egg shells impression. #bbcfootball #mufc #FACup #Yeovil

  164. SUBSTITUTION

    Yeovil 0-1 Man Utd

    Yeovil have a little under 25 minutes to find a way back into the game.

    Gary Johnson decides not to die wondering. He hooks wideman Nathan Ralph and throws on on-loan striker Tom Eaves.

  165. Post update

    Stoke 3-1 Wrexham

    Wrexham: The fact Wrexham are disappointed after losing to a Premier League club says it all. Fantastic performance.

  166. Player reaction

    Dover 0-4 Crystal Palace

    Dwight Gayle: Great atmosphere from both fans today proper FA cup clash. Pleased to be in next round and wish @DoverAthletic the best for rest of season

    Wayne Hennessey: Nice win against @DoverAthletic clean sheet and nice to have @GM_83 back #cleansheet #cpfc #FACup #ontothenext ##@CPFC

  167. Text us on 81111

    Southampton 1-1 Ipswich

    Matt in Berkshire: Not good enough Saints! A total lack of cutting edge yet again against a lower division team - as well as a very poor defensive selection.

  168. Post update

    A reminder that Chelsea are at half-time with Watford, and Arsenal's clash with Hull is the late game on BBC One at 17:30 GMT. You will be able to watch that one right here.

  169. FULL-TIME

    Man City 2-1 Sheff Weds

  170. Post update

    Yeovil 0-1 Man Utd

    John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at Huish Park

    "Herrera has not done anything really in this tie but that is a brilliant goal, fantastic goal. Herrera dropped his shoulder and smashed a volley past the keeper - a wonderful strike. It's a little bit harsh on Yeovil. It's gone very quiet."

  171. Post update

    We just killed four potential Cupsets in a matter of moments...

  172. Post update

    Man City 2-1 Sheff Weds - James Milner

    BBC Final Score

    Former Everton and Hull midfielder Kevin Kilbane: "How many times have we seen Manchester City score virtually the same goal. There was great work by Navas and Silva and Milner took a gamble and it paid off. It was brilliant by City."

  173. FULL-TIME

    Southampton 1-1 Ipswich

  174. FULL-TIME

    Stoke 3-1 Wrexham

  175. GOAL

    Yeovil 0-1 Man Utd - Ander Herrera (63 mins)

    Pick that one out!

    A thunderous strike from Ander Herrera as he swivels to smash a first-time dipping shot past a startled Jed Steer from 20 yards.

    A tremendous goal. A less clever celebration as the scorer earns yellow for leaping in to join the travelling fans.

    Ander Herrera opens the scoring
  176. GOAL

    Stoke 3-1 Wrexham - Stephen Ireland (90 mins)

    Clinical. Mark Hughes doesn't look too pleased on the sidelines but he'll be a relieved man tonight. His side have got out of FA Cup jail. Substitute Stephen Ireland applies an undeserved coat of gloss to the scoreline with a good goal, working his way into the box and putting his foot through it. Well hit.

    Stephen Ireland
  177. GOAL

    Man City 2-1 Sheff Weds - James Milner (90 mins)

    James Milner surely sniffs out a winner!

    The Manchester City man scrapes the ball home as the hosts pump into the box in injury time.

    City have been poor, but they are ahead for the first time in the match...

    James Milner
  178. Post update

    Yeovil 0-0 Man Utd

    John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at Huish Park

    "Angel Di Maria is on for Manchester United. Louis Van Gaal wants to win this - he doesn't want a replay."

  179. GREAT SAVE!

    Man City 1-1 Sheff Weds

    Samir Nasri bundles his way through, Chris Kirkland makes a great save to deny David Silva. Four minutes of injury time.

  180. FULL-TIME

    Aston Villa 1-0 Blackpool

  181. Post update

    Aston Villa 1-0 Blackpool

    Aston Villa keeping the ball nicely now, killing down the clock. A dire game will all be forgotten if Villa make it into round four.

  182. INJURY TIME

    Southampton 1-1 Ipswich

    Four minutes of injury-time at St Mary's...

  183. SUBSTITUTION

    Yeovil 0-0 Man Utd

    Angel Di Maria trots out to replace Radamel Falcao for Manchester United. The British record signing gets a taste of Huish Park.

  184. Join the debate at #getcarriedaway

    Yeovil 0-0 Man Utd

    Khael Malik: Surely it should've taken a tactical genius such as LvG less time to figure out 3-5-2 just doesn't work with this team?

    Richard: Glad that United have changed from the awful 3-4-1-2 formation but why take off fullback and play people out of position?

    Michael Devlin: You could make a case for replacing every single Man Utd player at halftime.

  185. HALF-TIME

    Chelsea 0-0 Watford

  186. Post update

    Stoke 2-1 Wrexham

    Harsh on Wrexham, professional from the Potters. Can the Conference side grab another one?

  187. Post update

    Yeovil 0-0 Man Utd

    John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at Huish Park

    "What a great chance for Yeovil - by far the best chance of the game. He looked as though he rushed it after a really bad mix-up between Jonny Evans and Chris Smalling."

  188. WHAT A MISS!

    Yeovil 0-0 Man Utd

    Agonising! Time stands still with Kieffer Moore apparently poised to put Yeovil ahead, but the striker can't get the ball out from under his feet and David De Gea is out to snuff out the opening.

    Jonny Evans's inadvertent flick-on played Moore in and he won't get a better chance than that all day.

    His shoulders slumps as he realises the magnitude of the chance that has gone.

  189. GOAL

    Stoke 2-1 Wrexham - Stephen Ireland (88 mins)

    Stoke kill the romance of an FA Cup upset in impressive style. Down and out a few minutes ago, they have rallied. Stephen Ireland grabs the second with a speculative toe-bunger, keeper Jonathan Flatt should do better and the ball bobbles past him into the corner.

    Stephen Ireland
  190. GOAL

    Aston Villa 1-0 Blackpool - Christian Benteke (89 mins)

    Christian Benteke

    It's a good job I didn't have that bet on after all! Christian Benteke breaks the deadlock with a cracking goal, completely out of context with the rest of this game. The Belgian takes a cross on his chest, turns inside and smashes a belter past the keeper Joe Lewis from the edge of the box. Beat him for pace.

  191. Post update

    Yeovil 0-0 Man Utd

    John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at Huish Park

    "I don't particularly like watching Wayne Rooney playing deep. He is a goal threat and his best work comes in the final third. Mata has been getting on the ball regularly since he came on and that has allowed Rooney to drop off a bit and get that bit more space. It's now about Yeovil's concentration levels."

  192. Goals, goals, goals

    James Milner's is the latest of today's goals to drop into the highlights tab at the top of this page. That's the place to go for all the best moments from Sunday's matches...

    Highlights tab
  193. CLOSE!

    Chelsea 0-0 Watford

    Close! Gary Cahill with a flashing header at the near post, but just wide. This is as uninspiring a Chelsea performance as I can recall.

  194. Post update

    Aston Villa 0-0 Blackpool

    Ciaran Clark goes round Joe Lewis, crosses for defensive partner Jores Okore - who completely fluffs his header. The annoying thing about this game is my pre-match office prediction that this would definitely be 0-0, I even looked up the odds without [putting my hand in my wallet.

    It was 12/1 by the way...

  195. Post update

    Southampton 1-1 Ipswich

    Southampton still pounding away at the Ipswich defence. Graziano Pelle and Jose Fonte both looming menacing at the far post, but a visiting head gets up to divert it over the top as both head thin air goalwards.

    Graziano Pelle
  196. Post update

    Man City 1-1 Sheff Weds