It is over 43 years since an overjoyed Bob Stokoe raced, arms outstretched, across the Wembley sward to celebrate one of the great FA Cup upsets.
There is no Premier League rule that forbids managers dismissed from the dugout coming to speak about their treatment afterwards – when Arsène Wenger was so photogenically sent to the Old Trafford stands seven years ago he still made it to the press room at the end of the game – so José Mourinho opting to send his assistant, Rui Faria, in his place suggests the Manchester United manager was probably wary of making a bad situation worse.
Steve Bruce’s return to Birmingham City did not lead to the victory he was hoping for but after a frantic and full-bloodied derby he could at least be grateful for a point that maintained his undefeated record as Aston Villa manager.
Glasgow Rangers are beginning to improve after a disappointing start to the campaign.
Arsenal take on Tottenham Hotspur next weekend in one of the most highly anticipated North London derbies of recent years.
The Rams continued their improvement under Steve McClaren against Sheffield Wednesday.
Celtic were 1-0 winners over Aberdeen at Pittodrie on Saturday.
Leeds booked their place in the last eight by thrashing the Premier League side at Elland Road.
Everton and West Ham United will face each other in the Premier League on Sunday.
Liverpool defeated Crystal Palace 4-2 at Selhurst Park this weekend.
The Philadelphia Union midfielder and Sounders striker both feature in our Week 29 line-up along with the likes of David Villa and Mauro Manotas.
The winless streak stretched to seven games for Wigan after a 1-0 defeat to Preston North End on Friday Night.
Sunday’s match marked the first meeting between the two sides since January 2012.