And on that note we bid you good night. We shall see you all on Saturday!
- Manchester rivals drawn together in next round
- Chelsea travel to West Ham, Liverpool host Spurs
- Man Utd survive scare at Northampton
- Two keeper errors gift visitors victory
- Payet scores late free-kick to send Hammers through
- Man City see off Swansea, Spurs 5-0 Gills
Stoke boss Mark Hughes: "We lost a tie and anyone who saw the game will know it's totally undeserved. Hull have had two or three efforts on goal. Our performance was good, we took the game to them."
Sunderland manager David Moyes: "Paddy McNair actually started his career as a number 10 for Manchester United as a youth, and ended up further and further back but he is a midfielder, and he is actually more of an attacking midfielder. There is a misconception about what Paddy McNair is."
Some more information about Vincent Kompany, who did leave the field after Swansea scored that late goal. He could not stay on the pitch but Pep Guardiola says that he can't offer any more information until he hears from the doctor.
Accrington Stanley manager John Coleman: "People will throw bouquets at us for our spirit today but we don't want to be seen as plucky. We came here to win and we matched them for most of the game. Unfortunately we've gone to sleep in the 96th minute and you give a player of Payet's quality a free-kick on the edge of the box it's tantamount to a penalty.
"We talked about putting a man on the line but that makes it difficult for the goalkeeper. You've got to applaud the quality. But he earns more in a month than our whole squad earns in a season. Because he can do that. And we can't."
Spanish La Liga
Ex-Leicester striker at Sixfields, BBC Radio 5 live
Wow! You'll struggle to beat that for a cup draw. It opens it up too as some of the bigger clubs will have to get knocked out now.
All of a sudden everyone will look at it and think we are in for a good cup run.
So, the Manchester derby and Liverpool v Spurs? Decent.
Southampton v Sunderland
Newcastle v Preston
Leeds v Norwich
Bristol City v Hull
Liverpool v Tottenham
Arsenal v Reading
Manchester United v Manchester City
West Ham v Chelsea
Northampton manager Rob Page speaking to Sky Sports
"When you get back in to it at 1-1 you never know.
"I'm really proud of the players, we had to be disciplined. They've had a tough week by their standards but we knew we had to be strong. When you give away soft goals you will get punished.
"He (goalkeeper Adam Smith) was outstanding last season and he'll bounce back from this. He's a strong character, we've all had moments like that as players.
"If you go through the goals they've been our doing. When you give goals away like that there will be only one outcome.."
Conflicting reports tonight about the state of Vincent Kompany at the end of Manchester City's win at Swansea. The Belgian seemed to head straight down the tunnel and BBC Radio Manchester's man on the scene has this to say:
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho speaking to Sky Sports: "I should stop speaking about refereeing decisions. I should wait for you to speak, a couple of minutes ago I spoke about the red card, I am not speaking about a penalty against Manchester City.
"It is a red card that could cause some serious injury but I should just stop. I don't like to individualise the players, I think it was fine, the midfield were in control. I swapped Fellaini with Schneiderlin and I think the performance was fine."
Andy: Accrington Stanley? Who are they? Exactly. Things looking dire for West Ham despite the win. What's changed since March?
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho speaking to Sky Sports: "It was difficult as I was expecting but we looked to be in control for the first 35 minutes and then we looked to be in control for the last 45. I think the team was in control from the beginning and the subs were just a contribution.
"The game should be easier, we should have been playing against 10 men very early in the second half. Northampton fought and they tried to cause us problems which sometimes they did but it was a positive performance overall."
Jak McCourt was booked for his crunching tackle on Memphis Depay
Marcus Edwards, the kid helpfully compared to Lionel Messi by Mauricio Pochettino this week, goes close to a sixth!
Sho Rahman: Not convincing but important result. Big downer is that it's obvious now Rooney won't be dropped regardless of his performance
Imer Cardona: All those millions and an Academy graduate makes all the difference. Not great but a win is a win.
Carl: Rooney hasn't even looked good enough against Northampton, it's like playing each game with 10 men
Mike Phelan rolls on, Mark Hughes must want to go and hibernate until the spring.
Is that the winner?! Surely. Stoke have had 20 efforts on goal but they concede a sucker punch on full-time as a lovely backheel runs into the path of Markus Henriksen and he buries it into the roof of the net.
Manchester United goal scorer Ander Herrera speaking to Sky Sports: "I know my role, I know I am a midfielder but when you are making steps in your development you need to score goals to progress.
"After a terrible week we can now face Leicester in a better way. It's not easy for us to play games like this, especially after the draw in the first half but we dominated the second half."
A reminder that there are two games still going on:
Stoke 1-1 Hull
Tottenham 5-0 Gillingham
Manchester United's Michael Carrick speaking to Sky Sports: "Just before half-time we took our foot off the gas and let them get back in to it which we were disappointed with.
"I'm not going to change my game and Jose knows my strengths, you play some games you miss some games. People need to calm down over the squad changes - we're all in it together.
"Sometimes you play other times you don't it's a squad game and whoever plays Saturday will hopefully go in to it with confidence."
That's how close they were to extra-time. I didn't hear too many cheers from the West Ham fans though...
What an ace to have up your sleeve! West Ham get out of jail as Dimitri Payet lashes the free-kick over the wall and in from 25 yards out.
So hard on Accrington...
Dimitri Payet is tripped 25 yards out - in a perfect position for him too. 96th minute...
They've been banging on the door and their keeper has saved a second-half penalty and now Bristol City look to have won this one at Fulham.
Another Chelsea loanee - Tammy Abraham this time - is the man who pokes home the ball under keeper Jesse Joronen from Callum O'Dowda's low ball across the face of goal.
Consolation for Swansea as Gylfi Sigurdsson arrives to ping in a cross from the right. Strong finish.