Manchester United overcame Reading to seal their place in the FA Cup quarter-finals - with players from both sides featuring, while Robert Snodgrass praises Paolo Di Canio
And Red Devils defender Rio Ferdinand was understandably delighted with the result, with Royals duo Noel Hunt and Adam Le Fondre voicing their disappointment.
Elsewhere, QPR’s Chris Samba and Norwich City star Robert Snodgrass give their opinions on the day in Goal.com’s latest offering of Word on the Tweet.
“Lovely, into the next round. Nani was electric tonight + was the difference. Vidic made some big headers at the end too. Good stuff! #FaCup”
Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand singles out Nani and Nemanja Vidic are seeing his side seal their FA Cup quarter-final place.
“@ALindegaard rifled that volley in the warm up past u nicely! Put ya arms on next time bro!! #ooooff”
Twitter regular Rio again. This time he’s tweeting team-mate Anders Lindegaard some '#decent #banter'.
“Heads has finally stopped bangin! Great occasion for me today shame about the result!Fans were tremendous!! De gea made a wooldy from me!”
Adam Le Fondre enjoyed the occasion of playing at Old Trafford, despite Reading's exit.
“Thanks for all the messages!Head is fine got 5 stitches after the 4 staples.Gutted about the result but thought we fought to the end! Urzzzz”
Despite receiving treatment for a head wound against the Red Devils, Reading’s Noel Hunt is all patched up and ready to go again.
“Di Canio was a legend when he was at Celtic and now a legend as manager he's going to be top gaffer #d.icaneeeoo”
Robert Snodgrass is full of praise for Paolo Di Canio who recently departed Swindon Town.
“Hope every cool today,sun is out in London that's what I like to see,training was nice feel good,got a day of tomorrow to”
QPR newboy Chris Samba is loving the weather in the English capital.
“Buzzing to be back in the squad tonight!! Missed the game day build ups :) who's coming out tonight!!! Big voices needed #LCFCFAMILY”
Leicester City forward Chris Wood is delighted to be back involved in their matchday squad.