Hull City are now just one win away from a trip to Wembley after beating Brighton Hove Albion in the FA Cup.
Steve Bruce's side were 2-1 victors over the Championship side on Monday night in a replay of the fifth-round tie that finished 1-1 at the Amex Stadium.
Yannick Sagbo was Hull's hero with a late equaliser in the original clash but Curtis Davies and Robert Koren got the important goals in the replay. Both first-half strikes sent the Tigers through to the quarter-finals - despite a second-half goal from Leonard Ulloa that created a tense finale.
And the win came even though the hosts were playing their second game in just three days, after their 4-0 win in Cardiff on Saturday.
The result means Hull are just one game away from an appearance at Wembley, while they could even qualify for Europe depending on who completes the last four.
But facing the Tigers first will be Bruce's former side Sunderland, who will be desperate for revenge after Hull beat them twice in the Premier League - with the Black Cats not finishing either game with 11 men.
Nevertheless, the Hull faithful were in jubilant mood after their FA Cup triumph over Brighton, leaving many supporters ecstatic at the thought of a trip to Wembley. Can Bruce's boys make their dream a reality?
We are hull city we are going all the way— Peter Loughran (@hullcityfan01) February 24, 2014
WEMBLEY WEMBLEY!! WERE THE FAMOUS HULL CITY AND WERE OFF TO WEMBLEY!!!!— Kieran Selway (@kieranselwayy) February 24, 2014
We're going to Wembley, we're going to Wembley, now your gunna believe us x 3 we're going to Wembley. The City, the City...UTT— Red_Robins (@HULL_KR_RL) February 24, 2014
Hull City racking up their 2nd victory in 48 hours. Good for the Tigers, and for Steve Bruce. What a job he's done. #hcfc— Fisayo Dairo (@FisayoDairo) February 24, 2014
Made hard work of that. But job done. Only Sunderland stand in our way of our best FA Cup run in many, many, many years #hcafc— Rob McFadyen (@RobMcHCAFC) February 24, 2014
Will Hull make it to Wembley this season?
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