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Shamoon Hafez

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  1. Goodbye

    Wayne Rooney was overshadowed by Odion Ighalo as Manchester United ensured an all-Premier League FA Cup quarter-final line-up with a comfortable win at Derby County.

    Have a read of the match report

    And watch the highlights below.

    We are back on Saturday for Premier League action.

    Until then.

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    Video caption: FA Cup highlights: Derby County 0-3 Manchester United
  2. Live football coming up

    USA v England (00:08 GMT

    There's live football to come on this website in a couple of hours. You can watch England as they begin their SheBelieves Cup campaign against the United States - the team they lost to in the World Cup semi-final last year - and the Lionesses have a message for you...

    View more on twitter
  3. 'It is great for us to have Odion to call upon'

    Derby County 0-3 Man Utd

    Manchester United

    Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, speaking to BT Sport: "When you win 3-0 you should think so [be a comfortable win] but there were some scary moments in there. Early on I didn't think we played particularly well but when you get two goals like we did that is pleasing."

    On Luke Shaw: "He is getting better and better and is in good form now. Left back or left centre back he has worked hard after injuries and deserves it."

    On Odion Ighalo: "When you get strikers in you want them to be happy and confident. He has come in here and of course we still have a few injuries and it is great for us to have Odion to call upon. He is a different striker for us and scores some good goals, there are not many who could dig that one out for his first. We have a team of good players."

    On Wayne Rooney: "Everyone loves Wayne, all the supporters at Manchester United appreciate what he did. He played well. He shows class and sometimes he has too much time on the ball for my liking."

    On Maguire injury: "Harry Maguire rolled over on his ankle. We hope so [that he will play against Manchester City in the derby at the weekend]. I wasn't going to rest him today but I think he will be OK."

  4. 'I am happy with the performance'

    Derby County 0-3 Man Utd

    Derby boss Philip Cocu, speaking to BBC Sport: "We chose not only to defend but also try to play football - like we do in the league as well.

    "They are a top quality team and they are effective, from the few opportunities they had in the first half they scored.

    "We created chances, not lots but their goalkeeper made two good saves and they can be decisive moments in the game. I am just happy with the performance. It is a good development for the club and the players.

    "Wayne Rooney never enjoys losing like all of us but it is always a special game to play against Manchester United for him.

    "He played a great game, it is a pity he couldn't get a goal, that would have made him happy I think, but he enjoyed himself."

  5. WATCH: Romero makes another superb save

    Derby County 0-3 Man Utd

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    Video caption: Romero's fingertip save denies Rooney a stunning late goal
  6. United taking shape...?

    Derby County 0-3 Man Utd

    Manchester United are unbeaten in nine matches across all competitions (W6 D3), keeping seven clean sheets and conceding just two goals in total in this run.

  7. 'My team-mates, manager and the fans believe in me'

    Derby County 0-3 Man Utd

    Manchester United

    Manchester United striker Odion Ighalo speaking to BT Sport: "I am happy. I want to congratulate the team for a hard fought game.

    "As long as my team-mates believe in me, the boss believes in me and the fans believe in me, just have to keep going. I don't care what anyone says."

  8. 'We want to keep the momentum going'

    Derby County 0-3 Man Utd

    Manchester United

    Manchester United striker Odion Ighalo to BBC Sport: "I am happy to be around this game team, great lads and great manager, I am happy and we are working hard.

    "We know we need to win the game to go through to do important things this season and end the season well. The start was not the best we can do but after 20-25 minutes we got into the game.

    "I used my strength and I am happy the ball went in. For the second, they blocked it then there is nothing I can do apart from shoot.

    "I had another shot but did not connect well but the most important thing is that we won.

    "We want to keep the momentum going and make sure we do great this season."

  9. 'He can't claim that!'

    Derby County 0-3 Man Utd

    Manchester United

    Manchester full-back Luke Shaw, speaking to BT Sport: "The first 15-20 minutes was very tough. I don't think we started as well as we could but then we got the goal and from then, we were still under pressure at times, but came through that and got the win."

    Yours or Lingard's goal? "I am claiming it! No chance, he can't claim that! Whatever happens I am claiming it.

    "But the most important thing is the win and another clean sheet for the boys. We are in a very confident period. We are scoring and keeping it out at the back. Massive game on Sunday, we are looking forward to that one."

  10. The last eight

    All eight quarter-finalists in this season’s FA Cup are Premier League clubs, only the fifth season to see this happen. This ties are:

    Newcastle v Manchester City

    Sheffield United v Arsenal

    Leicester v Chelsea

    Norwich v Manchester United

    Those matches will be played on the weekend of 21/22 March.

  11. 'Class told in the end'

    Derby County 0-3 Man Utd

    Eric Steele

    Former Derby and Man Utd goalkeeper on BBC Radio Derby

    Derby made a great contest of it. Sergio Romero has had to make three top saves during the course of the game. In the end, class told. Manchester United showed how you keep the ball. Derby gave a good account and have probably learned a bit more from this.

  12. Post update

    Derby County 0-3 Man Utd

    Wayne Rooney is the man all the United players want to shake hands with.

    Not the result he would have dreamt about against his old club.

  13. FULL-TIME

    Derby County 0-3 Man Utd

    All over.

    United are into the quarter-finals, where they will face Norwich.

  14. YELLOW CARD

    Derby County 0-3 Man Utd

    Sub Brandon Williams into the book in injury-time for a chop on Jayden Bogle.

  15. WATCH: Ighalo rifles in United's third

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    Video caption: Ighalo rifles home a rebound as Manchester United go three up
  16. 'What a save'

    Derby County 0-3 Man Utd

    Eric Steele

    Former Derby and Man Utd goalkeeper on BBC Radio Derby

    What a save. Terrific. In terms of getting across goal, Sergio Romero showed unbelievable speed.

    Romero has made three good saves tonight to prevent Derby from getting on the scoresheet.

  17. GREAT SAVE!

    Derby County 0-3 Man Utd

    WHAT

    A

    SAVE!!

    Wayne Rooney does step up to take the free-kick, he curls it over the wall and towards to the top corner and it looks like it is in, a dream goal for Rooney, but Sergio Romero dives high into the sky to tip the ball away.

    Rooney - and Jr in the crowd - cannot believe that has not gone it.

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    Video caption: Romero's fingertip save denies Rooney a stunning late goal
  18. Post update

    Derby County 0-3 Man Utd

    Derby now have a free-kick down the left side, 20-odd yards out.

    The United fans are calling for Wayne Rooney to take it.

  19. CLOSE!

    Derby County 0-3 Man Utd

    There was the chance, that was the opportunity for Odion Ighalo.

    The ball comes nicely to him inside the box but the first touch is poor and then he is always chasing his loses, in the end dumping a shot over the crossbar.

    Ighalo will not get a better opportunity to got a United hat-trick.

  20. WATCH: Romero's stunning save

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    Video caption: Marriott comes agonisingly close for Derby