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It may seem hard to believe after a bumper weekend of football but we've got a bit more FA Cup action in store yet. Burnley v Tottenham, AFC Wimbledon v Liverpool - keep up with all the action with Goal. Teamsheets coming up next.
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And we can’t go without a mention of the big news from La Liga this evening. Valencia did the impossible by coming from a goal down to win 2-1 and end Real Madrid’s run of 22 victories in a row. The European action isn’t over yet - you can follow Barcelona’s trip to David Moyes’ Real Sociedad below.
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2 - QPR have now won only two of their last 23 matches in the FA Cup. Bleak.— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) January 4, 2015
Manchester City were trailing 1-0 against Sheffield Wednesday and needed to make a change. Manuel Pellegrini opted not to make a substitute, but a tactical alteration instead. Up went James Milner in attack, with Stevan Jovetic switching to the left, and the makeshift striker grabbed both goals to turn the game around.
Match Report: Manchester City 2-1 Sheffield Wednesday
Our reporter at Loftus Road compared Rio Ferdinand’s performance to Gary Neville’s against West Brom four years ago. Neville was run ragged by Graham Dorrans all afternoon and has said since that he knew after that match he had to retire. How much does Rio have left in the tank?
Wrexham gave Stoke a scare but ended up coming away from the Britannia Stadium with a 3-1 defeat, so QPR remain the only Premier League side knocked out by lower-league opposition. Sheffield United, and in particular Jamal Campbell-Ryce, were brilliant in their dismantling of a team made up of top-flight regulars.
Match Report: QPR 0-3 Sheffield United
Alrighty then, time for a recap of the rest of today's action. Just the one big upset - here's a reminder of all the results...
Dover 0-4 Crystal Palace
QPR 0-3 Sheffield United
Sunderland 1-0 Leeds
Aston Villa 1-0 Blackpool
Manchester City 2-1 Sheffield Wednesday
Southampton 1-1 Ipswich
Stoke 3-1 Wrexham
Yeovil 0-2 Manchester United
Chelsea 3-0 Watford
Arsenal 2-0 Hull
Oliver Platt reports: “This threatened to become a competitive match in the early stages of the first half but Per Mertesacker’s header from an Alexis Sanchez corner just about put paid to that, and Arsenal cruised through the remainder of the match after taking the lead. Alexis was superb again as the Gunners’ centre forward, making the most of Tomas Rosicky and Santi Cazorla’s fine playmaking, and a defensive unit that is still to a certain extent being pieced together was untroubled. Arsene Wenger has still never lost an FA Cup third-round tie.”
19 - Arsenal have now progressed from the FA Cup third round for 19 years in a row. Smooth.— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) January 4, 2015
Three minutes of added time and on comes 17-year-old Ainsley Maitland-Niles for Joel Campbell.
It’s not been Curtis Davies’ best performance, and now he’s got a booking to show for it. The Hull defender catches Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain with a high challenge to pick up a yellow card, but the resulting free kick from Santi Cazorla is easily cleared.
Francis Coquelin then enters the book for a needless, lunging tackle on Harry Maguire. Very silly from the midfielder.
16 - Alexis Sanchez has now scored 16 goals in all competitions this season. Only Aguero (19) & Kane (17) have more. Heavyweights.— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) January 4, 2015
Oliver Platt reports: “That performance and goal earns Alexis Sanchez a standing ovation as he is substituted with six minutes to play. Chuba Akpom comes on.”
GOAL: He has played a lot of football, but if ALEXIS SANCHEZ is tired he’s not showing it. Curtis Davies gives the Chilean too much space on the edge of the box to receive a pass from Santi Cazorla, and he turns before coolly rifling a low shot in the bottom corner. Game over.
Arsenal are all over Hull as they search for a second goal to kill this game off. Alexis Sanchez uses his tricky feet to work an opening down the left side of the area, but his drilled delivery across the six-yard box has far too much power on it and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain doesn’t have time to adjust his feet.
Alexis Sanchez picks up a harsh booking after inadvertently stamping on the foot of Curtis Davies, while Theo Walcott lasts 75 minutes on his first start in a year - Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain replaces him.
Oliver Platt reports: “It just won’t quite fall for Theo Walcott. The winger has had two good chances now in this half but poked one wide and could not quite bring another under his spell. The England man has not been too heavily involved in Arsenal’s build-up play but his running behind the defence has been promising.”