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Summary

  1. Cambridge earn replay against Man Utd
  2. Cambridge 76 places below Man Utd
  3. Watch best moments via highlights tab

Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    Thanks once again for your company this evening. We shall see you in the morning for more of the same. Adios!

  2. Text us on 81111

    Cambridge hold Manchester United

    Paul in Portugal/Newmarket: I was born in Cambridge 55 years ago and I have never been so proud as I am at this moment of my home team. Dear old Cam Utd - Well done!

  3. Post update

    Cambridge hold Manchester United

    Cambridge boss Richard Money won the European Cup as a player with Liverpool and won the League Two title with Walsall. He also took Cambridge up at Wembley last May.

    But this must be right up there with the best nights of his career. All credit to him.

  4. Player reaction

    Cambridge hold Manchester United

    More from Cambridge United goalkeeper Chris Dunn: "It's something you dream of. To take them back to Old Trafford is a dream come true, all the lads have dug in and done really well. I can't put it into words.

    "The manager just told us after the game that it is deserved. Where the club has been over the last 10 years to now, everybody behind the scenes has been working so hard to get us back in the Football League, and now to get this is a massive reward. They have got the advantage being at home, we are just going to enjoy it and see what happens. Now we have to get ready for Dagenham on Tuesday, so I think tonight will be a quiet one to be honest."

    Cambridge United keeper Chris Dunn
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    Cambridge hold Manchester United

    Former Cambridge United striker Steve Claridge

    BBC Sport

    "Cambridge's replay at Old Trafford is a no-lose situation for the club. They have done the hard work and now they will have a wonderful time and will enjoy it. It will be difficult to see them getting a result because it is a totally different scenario to tonight's game, but anybody who has been here tonight will tell you how brilliant they have been, and would wish them good luck."

  6. Saturday's FA Cup action

    Plenty more FA Cup magic for you tomorrow - and this is the only place to catch it all. A quick reminder of the fixtures:

    Blackburn v Swansea

    Birmingham v West Brom

    Cardiff v Reading

    Chelsea v Bradford

    Derby v Chesterfield

    Man City v Middlesbrough

    Preston v Sheff Utd

    Southampton v Crystal Palace

    Sunderland v Fulham

    Tottenham v Leicester

    Liverpool v Bolton

  7. Text us on 81111

    Cambridge hold Manchester United

    Paul, Solihull: That was amazing, one of the gutsiest performances I've ever seen from a lower league club! Nobody should underestimate how brilliant Cambridge were there, what a club!!

  8. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Cambridge hold Manchester United

    Oli Worth: No shirt swapping, no pitch invasion, no champagne in the dressing room - just a professional job from Cambridge United.

    Rian Hoskins: Not an easy ground to play on and Cambridge were excellent but poor from Manchester United. An FA Cup replay they didn't need.

    Lee Allen: Cambridge fully deserve that replay, played brilliant and I think with the FA rules all home fans should get ticket for Old Trafford.

    Get in touch at #bbcfacup, or text us on 81111 (UK only) - don't forget to say who you are and where you are texting from.

  9. Manager reaction

    Cambridge hold Manchester United

    Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal: "Yes of course it is frustrating. We make the same error as against Yeovil Town and against QPR, we did the same playing style more or less in the first half.

    "Then I have to be angry again. In the second half we did much better but OK we are not out of the Cup. That is the most important thing. But the atmosphere here, the crowd, was fantastic. You know always in advance that all aspects in a game like this is against you.

    "I was angry again but it is part of my job. I want to be very happy at half-time. But OK it was not always the same.

    "I can only give the credit to the coach, to the staff they did marvellous, but what I already said every aspect of the match is against us - the pitch, the referee, everything that you can think about this is against you. Also the fans of course, but that is nice I think.

    "The FA Cup is very important - it is the most important title for us. To win the Premier League is much more difficult now, so the FA Cup is our objective also."

    Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal
  10. Post update

    Cambridge hold Manchester United

    Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal says he "had to be angry again" at half-time after his side's first-half showing. Full quotes coming up.

  11. Player reaction

    Cambridge hold Manchester United

    Michael Carrick speaking to Bein sports: "We came here hoping to win the game, we knew it wasn't going to be easy. You can take the difference between the two clubs in the league pyramid but that goes out the window. We've had the better chances, and credit to them for the way we defended.

    "People will ask questions of us not scoring, but we'll accept the replay and move on. We are on a decent run but we want to be winning matches. We have the firepower, we're creating chances, but we just didn't take them."

    Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick
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    Former Cambridge United striker Steve Claridge

    BBC Sport

    "You can only reiterate how much Cambridge deserved that. It was a magnificent rearguard performance."

    Cambridge United celebrate
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    "The club have organised a buffet."

    Come on Cambridge. Come on now! Nobody wants a buffet at the best of times...

  14. Manager reaction

    Cambridge hold Manchester United

    BBC Radio 5 live

    More from Cambridge United manager Richard Money: "That was hard work wasn't it? Obviously I am very proud. We will try to go to Old Trafford and soak it in, enjoy the night. Because the praise and credit people will get tonight, they deserve.

    "Financially for the club it's an incredible achievement. I thought first half we carried a threat, we robbed them in dangerous areas, our two wide players looked threatening, our set-pieces were good - we nearly scored one. The second half is what it is. The cavalry come, whatever, and it really is about how good your defensive organisation is.

    "The goalkeeper and back four were outstanding. You can see what it means to everybody. We are all going back to a hotel in the city, families as well. The club have organised a bit of a buffet, there'll one or two drinks I guess. Yes, it'll be nice."

  15. Player reaction

    Cambridge hold Manchester United

    Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick:"The first half was scrappy. We weren't at out best. Second half we were better. But it was a frustrating result and we wanted to get through, but we have a replay now.

    "It's the FA Cup isn't it? We've seen things happen and they defended the box well and made it difficult for us. We have to be better and take chances when they come but you have to give credit to Cambridge United."

  16. Catch the highlights

    Cambridge hold Manchester United

    Radamel Falcao

    Missed any of tonight's game? You can see the highlights, including this save from Chris Dunn to deny Radamel Falcao, by clicking on the highlights tab at the top of the screen.

  17. Post update

    Cambridge hold Manchester United

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Cambridge United midfielder Ryan Donaldson: "I thought it was quite an even game in terms of chances. We will take this. It's incredible. We've played at Wembley before and the gaffer has been saying all season that this cup run can give us those moments again. How many people will we take to Old Trafford? 15,000? I don't know. How many tickets we get we will sell out I am sure."

  18. Manager reaction

    Cambridge hold Manchester United

    Cambridge manager Richard Money: "I am extremely proud of each and everyone of my players.

    "In the first half we carried a threat. In the second half it becomes world class players keeping the ball and I thought our organisation was good and we defended really well. We needed the goalkeeper and centre-backs to be good and they were.

    "We tried to make sure the game didn't faze them in the tunnel and to look at the badge and go out work hard and see what happens. We were confident we could compete. We'll take the replay of course."

  19. Text us on 81111

    Alex Royal: Magic of the FA cup is still alive! Well done Cambridge!

    Steve Huish - Surbiton: If David Moyes was still the manager of United everyone would be saying he has to go. 200M spent in 12 months LVG has got a lot to answer. Not good enough.

    Elissa in Cambridge: 'Take it to the byline and smack it into the first defender like Valencia' as a sequel to 'Scuff it like Jones.'

  20. "Now the club is back again"

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Cambridge United goalkeeper Chris Dunn, speaking to BBC Sport: On his double save at the end of the game: "To be honest you don't think, you just go and hope for the best. This is the sort of thing you dream of though - to take Manchester United back to Old Trafford is a dream come true, the lads are buzzing."

    Cambridge United forward Tom Elliott: "It was brilliant. I am shattered because I was so excited. We knew we had a good first half and that we had to step it up in the second half. But we dug deep and are going to take them back to their place! When I cam here there were only 2,000 people, now the club is back again. When I ran out for the warm-up the atmosphere was incredible. I was buzzing."

    Cambridge keeper Ryan Dunn
  21. Man of the match result

    What a night for Cambridge and, in particular, Ryan Donaldson, who you have voted as the FA man of the match. Donaldson took 61.7% of the vote.

    Cambridge winger Ryan Donaldson celebrates
  22. Post update

    Cambridge hold Manchester United

    We await reaction from either camp. Cambridge are off celebrating while Louis van Gaal and co slope off to the tunnel. Van Gaal named such a strong side, he will not be happy.

  23. Post update

    Cambridge hold Manchester United

    Gary Lineker

    BBC Sport at the Abbey Stadium

    "If you're wondering why Cambridge United's players are not swapping shirts with Manchester United's players it's because they have to pay to replace them if they do swap!"

  24. Post update

    Cambridge hold Manchester United

    Dion Dublin said before the game that his dream result was for Cambridge to get a draw which took them back to Old Trafford. He's got his wish.

  25. Post update

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    Alan Shearer

    BBC Sport

    "It's a dream come true for Cambridge. Yes Manchester United had chances but so they should do. Cambridge are 12th in League Two and there was nothing between them for large periods."

  26. Post update

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    Former Cambridge United striker Steve Claridge

    BBC Sport

    "Absolutely deserved. There was nothing fluky about this. Cambridge stuck to their task incredibly. They didn't give Manchester United anything at all, and I have seen United play an awful lot worse than this. These sort of games give you the impetus to go on and have a real go in the league. The result here changes the whole season."

  27. Post update

    Cambridge hold Manchester United

    Cambridge winger Ryan Donaldson: "It was hard! really hard. We got penned in but they have world class players and a draw is a dream result for us.

    "They had two great chances in the second half and we will take a draw any day. It's going to be surreal at Old Trafford but we have been to Wembley twice last year - not bad is it?"

    Cambridge winger Ryan Donaldson
  28. Post update

    Cambridge hold Manchester United

    Flares off in the stands, players on each other's shoulders - picture book stuff. The fans are loving this, and quite right too...

  29. FULL-TIME

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    It's all over! Cambridge have held on to earn a replay at Old Trafford. The place erupts, you'd think they had won the FA Cup!

    A fine scene. This is what the FA Cup can still do. A great achievement from these 18 men and the coaching staff.

    Cambridge United fans celebrate
  30. Post update

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    What a save. Heroic stuff from Chris Dunn and that could be that...

  31. Post update

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    Former Cambridge United striker Steve Claridge

    BBC Sport

    "Chris Dunn has absolutely clattered Robin van Persie, he smashes him and then makes a wonderful save from the resultant volley from Angel Di Maria. Great play from the goalkeeper."

    Manchester United striker Angel Di Maria
  32. GREAT SAVE!

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    Brilliant from Chris Dunn! He comes off his line to punch away from in front of Robin van Persie, Angel Di Maria hammers in the rebound on the volley and Dunn is down low to save! His back four then scramble it clear.

    A £1m save?

  33. INJURY TIME

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    THREE MINUTES added on...

  34. Post update

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    He's been brilliant all night but just when it could really matter, Ryan Donaldson serves up a terrible free-kick, chipped down the middle and right at David De Gea. An easy hold.

    Last 90 seconds of normal time...

  35. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

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    Kerry: Regardless of the score, Cambridge United have played a cracking game.

    Peter Martin: Where is Mark Robins when you need him?

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  36. Post update

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    Cambridge win a free-kick in midfield. In the mixer?

  37. Post update

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    Former Cambridge United striker Steve Claridge

    BBC Sport

    "Cambridge United have come back into it a bit now, and maybe it's Manchester United who will have a nervy end of the game. You wouldn't begrudge them this, Cambridge. If any team has ever earned a replay in the FA Cup, they have tonight."

    Cameron McGeehan and Robin van Persie
  38. Post update

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    At the hour mark or so a Manchester United winner looked a certainty. now, I'm not so sure. Cambridge have been excellent, they really have.

    That is a chance for the visitors though, Radamel Falcao heading over under heavy pressure.

  39. SUBSTITUTION

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    Abbey Stadium is bouncing. This is Cambridge's best spell in 40 or more minutes as another long ball into the box is dealt with well.

    Luke Shaw comes on to replace Daley Blind at left-back.

  40. Post update

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    Former Cambridge United striker Steve Claridge

    BBC Sport

    "Brilliant from Phil Jones. He has not had one of his better nights but that clearance, headed behind when facing his own goal, was absolutely magnificent."

  41. Post update

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    What a ball in that is! Ryan Donaldson with a peach of a cross - corner. You know where this is going. Brace yourselves...

    Well played David De Gea. League Two giants around his earlobes and he makes a fine punch, 30 yards.

  42. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

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    George Thorpe: This has got replay written all over it now.

    NathB: I could swear the clock is frozen! Come on Cambridge!

    DT: Who is this wonderkid Luke Chadwick? Getting a lot of airtime. Hope Manchester United won't rue letting him go!

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  43. Post update

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    Adnan Januzaj puts over a teasing cross - but there's nobody there! A poacher would have had a tap-in. Where's Andy Cole when they need him?

  44. Twitchy pass time

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    Manchester United passes attempted - 526, Cambridge passes attempted - 157.

    Passes don't win you matches though...

  45. Post update

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    Former Cambridge United striker Steve Claridge

    BBC Sport

    "Great defending from Cambridge (see 78 mins) - a fantastic example of why they are still in this game. We've seen some great attacking play from Manchester United but Cambridge have been defending brilliantly. The chairman will be having a heart attack with so many players going forward though."

    Manchester United striker Robin Van Persie
  46. FA man of the match vote

    You can have your say on who should win the FA man of the match award by voting at the top of the page now. BBC One co-commentator Martin Keown has given you three options to choose from and the vote closes on 90 minutes.

    Terms and conditions can be found here.

  47. Post update

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    The best spell from Cambridge since the half-hour mark as Harrison Dunk weaves his way down the left. They could be caught between holding out for a lucrative replay and trying to win it here...

  48. Post update

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    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer

    "First real anxiety from the home fans here at Manchester United turn up the pressure. Cambridge United have given so much here - will those tired legs bee a factor in these closing stages?"

  49. Post update

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    Steve Wilson

    BBC Match of the Day commentator at the Abbey Stadium

    "Luke Chadwick's wife was happy he joined the club he supports, because it meant for the time in his career she didn't have to buy him a Cambridge United shirt for his birthday."

  50. Post update

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    Tremendous noise still inside the Abbey Stadium, but the intensity and bounce in the stands is not being echoed by the multi-millionaires in white. having said that, there is a chance as Angel Di Maria plays a neat one-two and cuts it back, but great defending again to clear it away!

    Manchester United forward Angel Di Maria
  51. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    A few of you on social media have drawn comparison between Phil Jones - taking the corners for Manchester United tonight - and former England captain David Beckham, who had rather more success as a set-piece taker.

    Kane Tobias Wilson: 'Scuff It Like Jones' - the new movie celebrating the cultured right foot and legendary set-pieces of Phil Jones...

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  52. SUBSTITUTION

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    Still not one slip or lapse in concentration from the Cambridge back four and you have to admire that. They have defended their penalty area brilliantly.

    And what a story this would be. Ex-Manchester United man Luke Chadwick is on for the final 15 minutes. He gets a huge ovation as he replaces Liam Hughes.

  53. Post update

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    Former Cambridge United striker Steve Claridge

    BBC Sport

    "Cambridge have offered very little in this second half. I think there has been about three long balls forward, that's about it. But let me tell you, if they get anything out of this game they will have earned it."

  54. Post update

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    That's two good chances for Manchester United now. Cambridge may not get a third life.

    They are 18 minutes away from a money-spinning replay but if they are to survive that long they need to push out and try and retain the ball a bit.

    Easier said than done! Obviously. But seeing out another 20 minutes of this siege looks a long shot.

    Cambridge Untied manager Richard Money
  55. Post update

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    Former Cambridge United striker Steve Claridge

    BBC Sport

    "Robin van Persie just didn't get his bearings right- he hit it with far too much pace when he only had to tickle it over the onrushing 'keeper. He's probably still cold- he's only been on five minutes. But what an opportunity that was."

  56. Post update

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    Martin Keown

    BBC Sport at the Abbey Stadium

    "You expect more from Robin van Persie and a striker of his quality. He has to keep that down. Manchester United are starting to show those flashes, but they have to take those chances."

  57. CLOSE!

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    Ah it's a great chance for Manchester United. Angel Di Maria with the moment of class, had the time and space to loft a through-ball over the top to free Robin van Persie. The ball takes an awkward bounce and he is wide on the left of the goal but he hurries his shot and fires well over the bar.

    Had to hit the target really.

  58. Post update

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    Corner taker, playmaker, now Phil Jones shoots on the run from 30 yards. It ends up in the stands and Robin van Persie gives him a filthy look.

    Manchester United defender Phil Jones
  59. Post update

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    We are approaching the time when those huddled in the Abbey Stadium press box will be filing their first takes for tomorrow's early editions. A brave man to write his intro yet.

    Surely this level of Manchester United possession must yield another clear opening?

  60. Post update

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    Martin Keown

    BBC Sport at the Abbey Stadium

    "Manchester United will miss Fellani from the set-pieces. It could come down to that."

  61. SUBSTITUTION

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    Louis van Gaal has seen enough. Marouane Fellaini and James Wilson come off, Robin van Persie and Ander Herrera are on.

  62. Post update

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    The wind and rain are really lashing down now. If it was 5-a-side and you'd just turned up you'd be thinking about staying in the car.

  63. Post update

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    BBC Sport chief football writer Phil McNulty at Abbey Stadium

    "Manchester United have clearly been told to up the tempo by Louis van Gaal here - but still no breakthrough and there is real expectancy from Cambridge's fans whenever they get the ball into that Manchester United penalty area. Head coach Richard Money will feel there is a real opportunity for joy going down that route.

    "How United have missed the creation and endeavour of their captain Wayne Rooney."

    Manchester United midfielder Daley Blind
  64. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    David Shepherd: That is the goalkeeping equivalent of a worldie from the Cambridge 'keeper there to stop Falcao.

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    Cambridge United keeper Chris Dunn saves from Radamel Falcao
  65. Post update

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    The first half was ebb and flow but now it's a white tide breaking against the amber and black shore. Cambridge can't get out, and Manchester United finally look dangerous.

    They scored at this point of the Yeovil game, but it took a screamer from Ander Herrera. Who can find one now?

    James Wilson is booked for the visitors.

  66. Post update

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    Former Cambridge United striker Steve Claridge

    BBC Sport

    "Best play of the night so far from Radamel Falcao. To take a touch like that and keep the ball away from the defender was excellent. A wonderful ball from Michael Carrick too - he played it hard and firm, but Falcao takes one touch, hits it hard but Chris Dunn just gets a touch on it and the ball goes over. Wonderful save."

  67. Post update

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    Martin Keown

    BBC Sport at the Abbey Stadium

    "Finally a forward pass from Manchester United and Falcao was alive to it. That's much more positive from United, but it was a great save by Dunn in the Cambridge United goal. A moment of brilliance from the visitors and could it be all over for them though."

  68. Post update

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    Louis van Gaal thought that was in. He was out of his seat. What a cracking stop.

  69. GREAT SAVE!

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    Well there it is, the first real save Chris Dunn has had to make - and it is top class! One to remember as Radamel Falcao gets away from his marker, slides in to take a shot at goal from no more than 15 yards, and Dunn gets a big hand on it to turn over the top.

    Brilliant save.

    Manchester United striker Radamel Falcao
  70. Post update

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    Former Cambridge United striker Steve Claridge

    BBC Sport

    "Both teams are adjusting to the conditions. Manchester United were playing into the wind in the first half and now it's Cambridge. It is blowing a 'hoolie' so to speak. We aren't affected in the commentary box but it is really windy out there. The penalty claim was just six of one and half a dozen of the other."

  71. PENALTY APPEAL

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    Cambridge whip a good ball into the box, Antonio Valencia is wrestling with Tom Elliott but there is nothing doing. They were both at it, it was even.

    At the hour mark and Cambridge keeper Chris Dunn hasn't had to make one decent save.

    Cambridge United's Tom Elliott appeals for a penalty
  72. Coming up: Man of the match vote

    In the last 10 minutes of today's game we will be asking you to vote for the FA man of the match award. We will let you know which three nominees BBC One co-commentator Martin Keown has selected for the award shortly, so stay tuned.

  73. Post update

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    Martin Keown

    BBC Sport at the Abbey Stadium

    "The emphasis should be on Manchester United here. They are the Premier League team and we're not seeing enough from them."

  74. Post update

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    James Wilson just threatens to break through the lines but he is mowed down by an excellent piece of covering from Michael Nelson. Any changes from the visitors? Louis van Gaal would make 11 if he could.

  75. Post update

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    Former Cambridge United striker Steve Claridge

    BBC Sport

    "We've seen from decent play from Manchester United since the restart - intricate passing and good movement. But Cambridge United have stuck to their task and are making life difficult for the visitors. Cambridge have got men around the ball fantastically well - whenever United have possession in the middle of the pitch there is pressure immediately."

  76. Goal alerts (if there are any) to your phone

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    BBC Sport apps

    We might still be awaiting a goal in this one, but remember you can make sure you're first to hear about all the goals in the FA Cup this weekend with alerts sent to your phone via the BBC app.

    The app is freely available from Google Play for Android devices, the App Store for iPhones, and the UK Amazon Kindle Fire Appstore.

  77. Post update

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    Luke Chadwick is warming up. That's #657 in the book of FA Cup fairytales.

    Manchester United completely dominating the ball but have offered nothing of note, apart from the Phil Jones taking a corner novelty act. Again his set-play is easily dealt with.

  78. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Martin Drake: I very much doubt Cambridge's income (see 20:52) is only £1.6m now they're back in the Football League. Presumably that is last year's figure.

    Simon Vine: Manchester United's formation seems to be 3-4-1-1 at the moment. Cambridge handling the start of the second half very well. Could change by 80th minute though...

    Innocent Adriko: Someone please tell Louis van Gaal the cure to his 'ass twitching' is to play faster. Slow passing build-up is so boring.

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  79. Post update

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    Martin Keown

    BBC Sport at the Abbey Stadium

    "Manchester United are asking some questions by putting some balls in the box, but Cambridge United have answered them so far."

  80. SUBSTITUTION

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    A change on the wing from Cambridge, the outstanding name of Sullay KaiKai is replaced by the equally brilliantly-monikered Harrison Dunk.

    Dunk joined from Bromley in 2011.

  81. Post update

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    Excellent targetman play from Tom Elliott, taking the ball on his chest and winning a foul from Marcos Rojo. A chance for the hosts to get out and push up. But they waste it, going offside from the set-piece.

    As poor as Manchester United have been, you wouldn't want to be sitting deep for the whole remaining 40 minutes.

  82. Post update

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    Former Cambridge United striker Steve Claridge

    BBC Sport

    "From Manchester United's perspective, they have shown that they understand what this game is all about. They are prepared to be patient. It is all about that first goal and how it changes the complexion of the game - we saw that in the previous round with United's game against Yeovil."

    Manchester United defender Marcos Rojo
  83. Post update

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    Ryan Giggs shivers on the bench, huddled up in his tracksuit.

    "Get him on!" is the cry from my right. Not going to happen.

  84. Post update

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    Martin Keown

    BBC Sport at the Abbey Stadium

    "It would have been interesting to be a fly on the wall in Manchester United's dressing room. I expect Louis van Gaal has told his players he wants more urgency and intensity from them. Maybe they need to be a bit more direct."

  85. Post update

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    Cambridge are very deep, Marcos Rojo and Phil Jones both in their half as they start another attack. It's a corner which Jones will again take. This is bizarre. Cleared.

  86. Post update

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    Antonio Valencia beats his man and the cross comes in, Adnan Januzaj has it on the left and he is positive, drilling a low shot which Chris Dunn fields well at his near post.

  87. Post update

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    Former Manchester United defender Phil Neville

    BBC Sport

    "Manchester United have got go start playing the ball quicker. James Wilson is a player who likes to run in behind but he has had no service whatsoever. Every time Michael Carrick has got the ball he's taken the safe option by passing it to the side. He has to start looking forward."

  88. KICK-OFF

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    Game on. It took Manchester United more than an hour to score at Yeovil in the last round.

  89. Post update

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    Alan Shearer

    BBC Sport at the Abbey Stadium

    "I think Ryan Donaldson has been the best player on the park, which is something when you think of the amount of money spent on some of these players. If Cambridge United are going to get something out of the game they will be looking to him. It's a big 45 minutes for him now."

    Cambridge United's Ryan Donaldson is fouled
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    The players are back out. Have Cambridge switched off or are they still pumped?

  91. Post update

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    BBC Sport chief football writer Phil McNulty at the Abbey

    "Cambridge's fans gave their side a rousing reception at half-time - and no wonder after more than holding their own against a horribly laboured Manchester United. This is Yeovil revisited for them."

  92. Post update

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    Matthew Penistone: For Mesut Ozil last year read Angel Di Maria this. Big money from Real Madrid, good start, but then totally off the boil played out of position.

    Ken Gorry: David de Gea is a great shot-stopper but he doesn't dominate his box in the same way as Peter Schmeichel and Edwin van der Sar.

    Olly Clements: Someone's gonna be buying Ryan Donaldson after this performance, playing out of his skin.

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  94. Post update

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    As Dan Walker is telling the watching millions, it is a very, very busy weekend of FA Cup football on the BBC. You won't miss anything with us.

  95. Get on Phil Jones

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    Phil Jones graphic
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    So Cambridge could double their annual income in one game if there was a replay at Old Trafford! That is extraordinary. So if it's 0-0 with 10 to go do they go for the winner?

    You'd hope so...

  97. Post update

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    Alan Shearer

    BBC Sport at the Abbey Stadium

    "The difficulty for Richard Money is getting his players to reproduce that again in the second half now. They will get tired."

    Cambridge United boss Richard Money
  98. Post update

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    Former Manchester United defender Phil Neville

    BBC Sport

    "Manchester United have been playing too slowly. They've given Cambridge far too much time to get behind the ball, and then they have had to pass the ball back. Adnan Januzaj will be a world beater - I am sure of that. He has just not played enough games to find his rhythm in matches like this."

  99. Why Cambridge want the replay

    Sportingintelligence on Twitter: "Why Cambridge want replay: Manchester United have an average match income of £3.86m. Cambridge would get 45% (£1.7m). From ONE game. Their annual income is £1.6m."

  100. Post update

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    Marcos Rojo
  101. Text us on 81111

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    Duncan, Kennington: Sheffield United restricted Tottenham to just two shots on target at White Hart Lane in Wednesday in a very narrow 1 0 defeat and so far Cambridge more than holding their own against Manchester United A great advertisement for lower league teams. Fans of Premier League teams who poo poo lower league fans should take note, the Premier League is not the be all and end all!

  102. Post update

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    Alan Shearer

    BBC Sport at the Abbey Stadium

    "A first-half performance like that does just not happen, it's hard work on the training ground from Cambridge United's players. Manchester United's forwards are missing support. They have wasted opportunities to get the ball in the box, and Ramadel Falcao should be going berserk in the dressing room at half-time because of the poor service he's had. No wonder Manchester United's forwards are not in the game."

  103. Post update

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    Manchester United have struggled to score in the first half, but Cambridge have scored more second-half goals than any other side in League Two this season (24).

    Can they get one more to make life really interesting?

  104. Post update

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    Former Manchester United defender Phil Neville

    BBC Sport

    "Cambridge had the best chance of the game with the set piece at the end. It was actually blocked by Josh Coulson on the line and then he missed from the rebound. They are causing Manchester United so many problems. Their organisation on set pieces has been fantastic. There are seven or eight players in the box every time, and they have been surrounding David de Gea."

  105. Post update

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    Manchester United have mustered just one first half goal across their last six matches in all competitions.

    Not good enough?

    Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal
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    Former Cambridge United striker Steve Claridge

    BBC Sport

    "People will say I can't believe it's still 0-0, but Manchester United have not played badly. It is a difficult night and Cambridge have made it really hard. It is a great game and there is still an awful lot to play for in this second half."

  107. Post update

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    Alan Shearer

    BBC Sport at the Abbey Stadium

    "No-one would guess there is 76 places between these sides. Cambridge United's players can be very proud with their first 45 minutes and they have been a threat from set-pieces. Ryan Donaldson in particular down the right side has been superb and has caused Daley Blind a lot of problems."

  108. HALF-TIME

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    A huge roar greets the half-time whistle. Cambridge had the best chance of the game, despite the Premier League side's possession. Can the League Two side keep that up after the break?

    Josh Coulson goes close
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    ONE MINUTE added on. Manchester United have the ball, can they find a way through?

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    Martin Keown

    BBC Sport at the Abbey Stadium

    "You would expect a player of Angel Di Maria's quality to hit the target from a free-kick like that."

  111. Post update

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    Radamel Falcao gets a cheap free-kick, this is dangerous. Can Manchester United pinch the lead just on half-time?

    Angel Di Maria to take, that's dipping - but not enough. "What a waste of money" from the stand behind the goal...

  112. Post update

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    Former Cambridge United striker Steve Claridge

    BBC Sport

    "I'm not surprised about how this game has panned out so far. I thought this would be a difficult game for Manchester United. But I was just about to go: 'Oh no! Because it looked like there was a massive deflection (see 40 mins) and the ball was going to drift into an empty net. Fortunately for Cambridge a huge amount of sting was taken out of the ball, and the goalkeeper could collect it."

  113. Post update

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    Martin Keown

    BBC Sport at the Abbey Stadium

    "Manchester United are finally starting to pass the ball around with a bit more confidence now. They are bossing possession now."

  114. Post update

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    Angel Di Maria hits a hopeful shot which is deflected and for a moment has Chris Dunn worried - but the ball spins into his path. Phil Jones then has another clumsy moment in midfield, giving away a free-kick.

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    Tom, London: Manchester United are in amber and black, right?

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  116. Post update

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    Worth remembering that Manchester United took 64 minutes to score at Yeovil last time out, before eventually winning 2-0. Cambridge are seven minutes away from the interval - not that they are hanging on to be honest.

  117. Post update

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    Martin Keown

    BBC Sport at the Abbey Stadium

    "Angel Di Maria looks much more dangerous in wide positions than centrally."

  118. Post update

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    Former Cambridge United striker Steve Claridge

    BBC Sport

    To co-commentator John Murray: "There may be only 10 minutes left of this half but I hope you're not thinking about a replay already. As soon as Cambridge start thinking about that £1.5 million coming their way from a tie at Old Trafford then Manchester United will score, I can guarantee it."

  119. Post update

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    Oh dear. Lovely ball over the top looks to have split the Cambridge defence for once but Radamel Falcao and Daley Blind get in each other's way and the chance has gone.

    An inter-continental Chuckle Brothers. "To me, to you! Oh dear. Oh dear, oh dear...."

  120. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Jamie-Lea Fawcett: I'm sorry - is the Manchester United defence currently unavailable?!

    Jarvis Whitely: The only difference between Cambridge United and Manchester United is wage packets! Cambridge playing nice football!

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  121. Post update

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    BBC Sport chief football writer Phil McNulty at Abbey Stadium

    "No secrets here from Cambridge and Head Coach Richard Money. Seven players in the six-yard box for corners and Manchester United - perhaps understandably - struggling to deal with the sheer strength in numbers. Interesting tactic."

    Cambridge United manager Richard Money
  122. Post update

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    Adnan Januzaj, in from the cold tonight, looks sharp and is involved in a neat passing move which ends with Angel Di Maria skimming in a strike from 20 yards which Chris Dunn can only gather at the second attempt. Bit of a juggle from the Cambridge keeper but nobody sniffing in on it.

  123. Post update

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    Not for the first time, Manchester United could do with Nemanja Vidic. He would have cleared that one out.

    The first rule for Manchester United's defenders for the rest of this game must be 'do not concede a corner.' They look ragged.

  124. Post update

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    Martin Keown

    BBC Sport at the Abbey Stadium

    "It was a teasing ball in and a great chance for Cambridge United. Manchester United need someone who just goes to attack the ball to defend these corners better."

  125. Post update

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    Former Cambridge United striker Steve Claridge

    BBC Sport

    "What a chance. Every time Cambridge get a set piece we know exactly what is going to happen, they just cluster upon David De Gea."

  126. CLOSE!

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    Off the line! It does go in around the ears of David De Gea, a Cambridge head wins the corner and it's blocked by the shins of Cambridge defender Josh Coulson on the line. Unlucky, and Coulson then spins to head the loose ball onto the roof of the net.

    Was that their chance?

    Cambridge United's Josh Coulson goes close
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    Dominic O'Caollai: Angel Di Maria will likely end up a great buy, but since a blistering start he has been terrible. Delivery from set pieces is awful.

    James Lamming: Manchester United looking very sloppy at the moment. Hard to see which is the League Two club.

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  128. Post update

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    If you could sign one Manchester United player for a League Two club, who would you go for?

    I'd have said Radamel Falcao before kick-off but he's been anonymous. Cambridge win another corner. You know where this is going...

  129. Post update

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    Former Cambridge United striker Steve Claridge

    BBC Sport

    "Marouane Fellaini looks completely lost. He just does not know how to play wide midfield in a diamond. He looks totally lost out there."

    Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini
  130. YELLOW CARD

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    As soft a booking as you will ever see. Marouane Fellaini lays a hand on a Cambridge player's shirt and gets a booking - 80 yards from goal. That is very harsh.

    I appreciate those of you texting in asking me to change the ball to a different colour but you've really over-estimated my clout I'm afraid. We're stuck with the mango for the rest of the season.

    Marouane Fellaini is booked
  131. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

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    Joseph Holding: Angel Di Maria has looked like a pub team player so far. Some really awful touches on the ball.

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  132. Post update

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    Former Cambridge United striker Steve Claridge

    BBC Sport

    "It is the sort of night when you have to make allowances - even the best players in the world can struggle in these conditions. You cannot have any complaints about the way Manchester United have applied themselves though. They have knocked the ball around nicely. If we were wondering whether they would come here with the right attitude, well they have been spot on so far."

  133. Post update

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    Cambridge winger Ryan Donaldson is putting himself in the shop window at the right time. A great opening quarter from the former Newcastle man as he skins £14m Daley Blind again. Looks like he could do a job a lot higher than League Two.

    (I'm not his agent.)

  134. Post update

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    Steve Wilson

    BBC Match of the Day commentator at the Abbey Stadium

    "I wonder how long it's been since Angel Di Maria has played at a ground where he can kick the ball out of it?"

  135. Post update

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    As Claridge says, this is opening up a treat now. First attack down Manchester United's right sees Antonio Valencia cross in, Radamel Falcao is beaten to the header but the ball falls for Adnan Januzaj in the D. He doesn't lash at it, it's a controlled volley, but it lacks pace and Chris Dunn pounces on it. Moments later Angel Di Maria clears the stand from 30 yards.

    That's in the cow field!

  136. Post update

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    BBC Sport chief football writer Phil McNulty at the Abbey Stadium

    "Cambridge United's fans looking for every ounce of encouragement they can get here - and it is fair to say the performance of Manchester United defender Phil Jones is giving it to them."

    Manchester United's Phil Jones chases down Tom Elliott
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    Former Cambridge United striker Steve Claridge

    BBC Sport

    "The game is just starting to open up now. Cambridge have been trying to isolate Marcos Rojo by switching the play quickly to Tom Elliott. We've seen his pace and strength already. You do get the feeling that running with the ball and playing neat incisive passes is going to be the better way for Manchester United to play, rather than playing long diagonal passes."

    Manchester United defender Marcos Rojo
  138. Post update

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    Where's the defence?! Phil Jones plays a shocking pass square, Ryan Donaldson gambles and cuts it out, and a better touch and he's in on goal. Jones recovers to clear but that was a calamitous pass from the England man.

  139. Post update

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    More good defending from Marcos Rojo as he disrupts Tom Elliott, the ball comes back in from the impressive Ryan Donaldson and Elliott skims a header away from goal. Bit of a 50p head there. A cracking tackle then involving Phil Jones - you could hear the thwack from Salford.

  140. Post update

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    Phil Jones on corners one side, Angel Di Maria from the other. Neither can beat the first defender. If I'd spent £60m on a man who couldn't put a corner in I'd demand a partial refund.

    That was a rubbish ball in from Di Maria.

  141. Post update

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    Martin Keown

    BBC Sport at the Abbey Stadium

    "Marcos Rojo has certainly shown he's here for a battle tonight."

  142. Post update

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    Three players on the deck after some 'proper' tackling. Ryan Donaldson nutmegs Daley Blind, lovely stuff, and Marcos Rojo comes over to lay down the law. It's a bit two-footed, but under control. Hard but fair, I would say. Manchester United somehow get the free-kick.

    Rojo looks up for the fight, that's for sure.

  143. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Danny Cheng: Went to school with Josh Coulson and now am watching him play against world class players. Coulson to head in the winner - called it.

    Christophe Talbotski: Is it me, or does the grass look a little longer in the corners...

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  144. CLOSE!

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    Cambridge corner. Not taken by a centre-half - and it's close! Ryan Donaldson's delivery is on the money again and Liam Hughes slams a volley wide on the stretch. Superb start again from Cambridge. Can they turn it into a superb middle and an end?

  145. Post update

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    Former Cambridge United striker Steve Claridge

    BBC Sport

    "There is one of those horrible swirling winds tonight. Players don't mind the rain, but we've already seen the ball really pinging around and a couple of Manchester United players have been struggling to get it under control."

    Manchester United striker Radamel Falcao
  146. Post update

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    Martin Keown

    BBC Sport at the Abbey Stadium

    "Cambridge United will be very happy with this start. They've set their stall out with set-pieces and looked neat and tidy in possession. It'll be a big test for Phil Jones and Marcos Rojo at the back."

  147. Post update

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    Best moment from Manchester United. Adnan Januzaj picks his head up and finds Daley Blind on the overlap, he could cross but cuts inside and his low shot is pushed behind by Chris Dunn.

    Brace yourself Twitter - it's another corner taken by Phil Jones...

  148. Post update

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    Richard Money could not have asked for more from his side. They have harried, looked dangerous and kept their shape when Manchester United do have the ball. They let Phil Jones have it and he puts it wastefully away.

    "You're not famous anymore..." is the call.

  149. CLOSE!

    Cambridge Utd 0-0 Manchester Utd

    Cambridge win a free-kick, deep, and it causes trouble again! Ryan Donaldson clips it in, Tom Elliott with the proverbial salmon-style leap, he gets above Marouane Fellaini, but heads wide. There's a panic when the ball is in the Manchester United box for sure.

    Tom Elliott of Cambridge United goes up for a corner
  150. Post update

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    Martin Keown

    BBC Sport at the Abbey Stadium

    "David De Gea wasn't convincing coming for that corner. It should be very interesting from set-pieces."

  151. Post update

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    Cambridge make their intentions clear from the corner, they have four or five men invading David De Gea's personal space and the Spaniard flaps at it alarmingly! He gets away with that one but that could be a route to goal form the U's.

  152. Post update

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    It's a cracking start from the League Two side. They have pressed and harried their celebrity visitors and Tom Elliott roughs up Marcos Rojo to win a corner. Dion Dublin would be proud.

  153. Post update

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    Angel Di Maria - the British game's most expensive player at £60m - has a horrible first touch and runs out of turf. The stands - so close to the pitch - are quick to tell him what they think. And they don't rate his value for money.

  154. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Max Rex: Angel Di Maria, Ryan Donaldson, Radamel Falcao, Tom Champion. Four of the world's greatest players are at The Abbey tonight. Come on Cambridge!

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    Man United manager Louis van Gaal
  155. Post update

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    Good positive intent from Cambridge winger Ryan Donaldson, running at left-back Daley Blind but running out of turf. Blind has played in about seven positions for Manchester United this season already. The new Phil Neville.

  156. Post update

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    It is a back four for Manchester United, all in white tonight. One ball over the top from Cambridge toward Tom Elliott and the ground roars in approval! Great noise.

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    Cambridge Utd v Manchester Utd (19:55 GMT)

    Martin Keown

    BBC Sport at the Abbey Stadium

    "It's a different experience for a lot of these new Manchester United players, especially the foreign players, but you would expect them to deal with it."

  158. KICK-OFF

    Cambridge Utd v Manchester Utd (19:55 GMT)

    Radamel Falcao kicks us off at the Abbey Stadium. Game on!

  159. Post update

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    Everybody set? I reckon it could be a tester for Manchester United...

  160. Post update

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    Alan Shearer

    BBC Sport at the Abbey Stadium

    "Cambridge United have got a chance. It's probably a one in hundred chance, but what an opportunity for some of these players."

  161. Post update

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    Former Manchester United defender Phil Neville

    BBC Sport

    "Cambridge United just have to enjoy the occasion. Their supporters have been here for an hour and a half already, the atmosphere is incredible. On paper Manchester United should stroll the game but you never know. The cameras are here for the upset. United's attitude has to right - because if it's not there will be an upset."

    Cambridge United warm up
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    "Yellowwss! Yellowwss! Yellowwss! Yellowwss!"

    The Abbey erupts as the players emerge into the frozen night. A neutral's dream. Can we kick-start the weekend with a Cup cracker?

  163. Vote result

    Cambridge Utd v Manchester Utd (19:55 GMT)

    A foregone conclusion?

    Apparently not, if you are to be believed. We've been asking whether Cambridge can cause an upset, and 37% of you said the League Two club can do exactly that. Louis van Gaal - you have been warned.

    You'll be able to vote for your man of the match via this page later on - so don't go anywhere!

  164. Post update

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    Alan Shearer

    BBC Sport at the Abbey Stadium

    "I've been amazed at the lack of expectation at Manchester United with the amount of money the manager has spent. It should be the minimum to get into the top four. I don't think any of his signings have been brilliant. When you look at the criticism other managers have got it's surprising that Louis van Gaal has got off so lightly."

  165. Post update

    Cambridge Utd v Manchester United (19:55 GMT)

    I've been to Cambridge on a Friday night a few times to watch the mighty Cobblers - I've never heard it quite this loud before!

    Almost time for kick-off. The Cambridge players emerge from the dressing room. Go well, be lucky - and as the sign above the door says 'Be honest.'

  166. Post update

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    Cambridge midfielder and former Manchester United man Luke Chadwick: "It's going to be a great occasion for the team and it is great to see Manchester United grace the hallowed turf of Cambridge!

    "I used to come and watch the club when it was on a high before and this is another big night. We are all buzzing and can't wait to pit our wits against such a great side.

    "We are more than capable of coming out here and giving a good performance."

  167. Post update

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    Former Manchester United defender Phil Neville

    BBC Sport

    "Luke Chadwick used to come in to training at Manchester United with a Cambridge shirt on - he is such a massive fan of the club. Hopefully he can do his bit for them tonight. The biggest strength Cambridge have is the height of their team.

    "Every time they get a deep free-kick or a corner they get the ball in the box and flood it with players. Just the sheer height of their players allows them to dominate, and because they commit so many forward, they are also really good at maintaining the momentum of their attacks."

    Cambridge United player Luke Chadwick's shirt
  168. LINE-UPS

    Cambridge Utd v Manchester Utd (19:55 GMT)

    Cambridge Utd: Dunn, Tait, Nelson, Coulson, Greg Taylor, Hughes, Champion, Donaldson, McGeehan, KaiKai, Elliott. Subs: Ball, Miller, Dunk, Norris, Simpson, Chadwick, Bird.

    Man Utd: De Gea, Valencia, Jones, Rojo, Blind, Carrick, Fellaini, Januzaj, Di Maria, Wilson, Falcao. Subs: Da Silva, Shaw, van Persie, Ander Herrera, Fletcher, Valdes, McNair.

    Referee: Chris Foy (Merseyside)

  169. Post update

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    Alan Shearer

    BBC Sport at the Abbey Stadium

    "They might have big players, but Cambridge United can play a bit as well. Cameron McGeehan, on loan from Norwich, has been really impressive since he's come in and he'll be a danger along with Ryan Donaldson. Manchester United must respect them."

  170. Post update

    Cambridge Utd v Manchester Utd (19:55 GMT)

    Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal speaking to Match Of The Day before kick-off: "I am always preparing for my games very seriously. We have a structure so we know that always these types of matches there is a surprise. We have to be not be the club that is the surprise.

    "Our formation? You have to look. I don't give any aspects away before the game. But I think everyone will look and quickly see if it is a four or five (at the back).

    "We have prepared for their height, of course. We have to trained for that aspect. But we have to play our own game and that's important. Against Yeovil Town you saw that we play a little in their style, but that's not ours. We have to play our own game and then we shall survive."

    Man Utd manager Louis van Gaal
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    A pie and drink

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    Mark O'Meara: Cambridge is a classic tiny Football League ground. Went in November. Will be a great one tonight.

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  172. Post update

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    Alan Shearer has picked out midfielders Cameron McGeehan and Ryan Donaldson as the ones to watch in the Cambridge team.

  173. Post update

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    Cambridge have seven outfield players starting who are over six foot tall. Got to go big! No wonder that Marouane Fellaini starts...

  174. Money talks

    Cambridge Utd v Manchester United (19:55 GMT)

    Cambridge United boss Richard Money: "We played at Wembley twice last season which has given us some insight into the media attention for this game.

    "We are well prepared. We've enjoyed it, you have to. We've handled it pretty well. The romance of the Cup still exists.

    "In the last 18 months this club has been rejuvenated and tonight's game is just reward for all of those people who have worked so hard behind the scenes."

    Cambridge United boss Richard Money
  175. Post update

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    Former Manchester United defender Phil Neville

    BBC Sport

    "Louis van Gaal has said the back four in the 4-4-2 gives him a 'squeaky bum', but I think the players prefer the back four, with Michael Carrick at the base of a diamond in midfield - that suits Manchester United better. Abroad, the cup competitions aren't that important, but the difference between the line-up tonight and the line-up van Gaal selected against Milton Keynes in the League Cup earlier this season, shows he recognises that it is important here."

  176. Post update

    Cambridge Utd v Manchester Utd (19:55 GMT)

    Just 15 minutes to go until kick-off. What a night for players like the superbly named Tom Champion in the Cambridge midfield - this is his first season in the Football League after a career with Bishops Stortford and Dartford. What a leap...

  177. Post update

    Cambridge Utd v Manchester Utd (19:55 GMT)

    Alan Shearer

    BBC Sport at the Abbey Stadium

    "I don't think either four or three at the back has worked for Manchester United. The players aren't good enough and Louis van Gaal knows more than anyone that it's area they must improve.

    "Van Gaal showed a little bit of disrespect against MK Dons in the League Cup and they were knocked out. He's gone with a much stronger team tonight."

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    Louis van Gaal said yesterday that he gets a 'twitchy bum' every time his side play with a back four - but we think that he has lined up with one tonight. Can Cambridge get the Dutchman squirming tonight?

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    Alan Shearer

    BBC Sport at the Abbey Stadium

    "It was a dream draw when it was made, because it's an unbelievable opportunity for Richard Money and his players to make names for themselves. He will just tell them there's no pressure on them. Just go out and enjoy it and don't leave anything in the dressing room.

    "I think it will be a very different experience for the United players with their direct style which they won't be used to and it's freezing cold out there as well."

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    Former Manchester United defender Phil Neville

    BBC Sport

    "The FA Cup is probably the only chance of silverware Manchester United have got this season and I think this will be tougher than the game against Yeovil. Cambridge play direct football, and a lot of the United players will not have played in grounds like this. The atmosphere here is great."

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    BBC Radio 5 live

    Cambridge United chairman Dave Doggett: "Ten years ago we were in administration, and even two years ago we were losing £25,000 a month, but we kept the youth policy going and, as a group of directors who are all fans of the club from the 1940s, we just kept going, and kept the youth development going.

    "When you drop out of the Football League you get no support for youth development whatsoever, but tonight there are four in the squad who came through that system. It just goes to show that you can do it with honesty, integrity and determination. Now the ground is full and there is an enthusiasm in the town. Everybody has heard of Cambridge University, but after tonight everyone will have heard of Cambridge United."

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    I should tell you that the stands at the Abbey have been chock full since 19:10 or so. You don't see that at many grounds any more...