Albion are behind at Old Trafford to a Romelu Lukaku header on 37 minutes although Albion have had slightly more possession. Lewis Dunk went close for Brighton with a header and Ezequiel Schelotto saw a cross shot drift narrowly wide. Before the goal, Juan Mata went close for United and Chris Smalling hit the outside of the post. Albion have looked composed and shown some clever attacking play. Leo Ulloa, Jurgen Locadia and Solly March have all been linking up well.
Manchester United 2 Brighton & Hove Albion 0Albion were beaten but certainly not disgraced in their first FA Cup quarter final since 1986. Goals from Romelu Lukaku in the first half and a late second by Nemanja Matic just before the end didn’t tell an accurate story of the match. United have not conceded a goal in the FA Cup this season, but just before Lukaku’s opener Lewis Dunk brought a great save from Sergio Romero in the United goal.
By Tim Hodges from Goodison ParkAlbion are holding Everton in a tight affair at Goodison Park. The Seagulls best chances fell to Glenn Murray one which stung the hands of Jordan Pickford the other which from a Lewis Dunk cross Pickford easily saved. Everton’s best efforts fell to Wayne Rooney who screwed wide and Theo Walcott who drew a good save from Maty Ryan
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Selecting a term
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