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Brendan Rodgers tells the BBC: "It was a very tough game, congratulations to them. Any manager will tell you that coming to a stadium like this is very difficult. I thought we started how we would want, but then we lost our shape in the game. In the second half we had a few more chances but still had to defend right through to the end."
Steven Gerrard tells the BBC: "We've got to take each game as it comes. We've got Bolton in the next round and that'll be another difficult test. Neil Lennon will set his team up to be difficult to beat. We'll take each game as it comes but that [making the final in what will be his last Liverpool match on his birthday] is what dreams are made of."
Steven Gerrard tells the BBC: "I always enjoy the FA Cup. I grew up loving the competition and to play in it... it's going to be my last time, so I want to go all the way."
Steven Gerrard is denied his hat-trick by a goal-line clearance but that should do it for Liverpool.
A late chance for AFC Wimbledon! You've got to give credit to Simon Mignolet, who shows great courage to fly off his line and deny Adebayo Akinfenwa. Again, Liverpool either lost headers or flicked them towards their own goal when a long set piece was launched forward.
Tom Maston reports from Turf Moor: "A match low on quality was lit up by two fine finishes, though in truth neither Burnley nor Tottenham did quite enough to win the game. Mauricio Pochettino's side had the better chances, and in Nacer Chadli they possessed the best player on the night.
"He, along with substitute Harry Kane, injected some technical class into the game that was otherwise severely lacking, and though Christian Eriksen was off-colour here, Spurs will surely shape the rest of their season around that trio. The Clarets, meanwhile, never give up, and in Sam Vokes they may have found the goalscorer they will no doubt require to maintain their good recent form."
End-to-end stuff now. Sub Adebayo Azeez's powerful shot is well blocked by Martin Skrtel, but from the subsequent corner Liverpool break dangerously. Philippe Coutinho finds Lazar Markovic who should score, but can only shoot modestly at James Shea.
Well, at least there was goals.
Mario Balotelli - who has replaced Rickie Lambert - fizzes a low ball across the box for Steven Gerrard, who lays it off for Philippe Coutinho, but James Shea saves well. From the resulting corner, Gerrard gets the ball out of his feet outside the box and shoots but Shea is behind it again.
A neat move from Liverpool around the edge of the AFC Wimbledon box ends in Lazar Markovic finding Jordan Henderson with a super flick, but Henderson's cross is blocked. In the aftermath of the corner Martin Skrtel volleys towards goal, but the hosts get another body behind it. And here comes Mario Balotelli.
Philippe Coutinho is becoming increasingly influential, and dinks a nice pass to Steven Gerrard who draws a foul. Gerrard has a go from miles out, but his effort just dips wide. Javi Manquillo is limping and replaced by Jose Enrique, with Lazar Markovic switching to the right.
Rickie Lambert can't quite kill the tie off. Liverpool break upfield in numbers and Steven Gerrard sends the ball into the path of the striker, but his shot from 12 yards or so is tame and James Shea kicks it away.
BURNLEY GOAL: Burnley have been the better side in the last five minutes, and through Sam Vokes have found an equaliser. Michael Kightly was able to get to the byline for the first time in the match, and his pull-back was expertly steered in by the Wales forward. Game on.
LIVERPOOL GOAL: You almost feel as if these are more likely to go in than miss now. The free-kick is in perfect Steven Gerrard range and the Liverpool skipper whips it over the wall and into the top corner. James Shea got fingertips on the ball but could not keep it out.
The FA Cup: when dreadful tackles become "a bit reckless". Barry Fuller is a couple of decades late as he slides in on Philippe Coutinho and deservedly sees yellow. And oh my, Steven Gerrard, that's very good.
Er, that looked like handball. Barry Fuller fields a cross from the right but completely loses his bearings and the ball bounces up off his arm and away. Steven Gerrard appeals desperately for a penalty but referee Jon Moss isn't interested.
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