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Summary

  1. Arsenal set up quarter-final v Watford
  2. Mertesacker, Gabriel & Ramsey go off injured
  3. Gunners on course for third straight FA Cup win

Live Reporting

By Neil Johnston

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye

    So, Arsenal remain on course to become the first team since Blackburn Rovers in the mid-1880s to win three FA Cups in a row. Crisis? What crisis? Goodbye.

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  3. Quarter-final line up

    This is how FA Cup quarter-finals - to be played this weekend - look like: 

    Friday 11 March: 19:55 GMT Reading v Crystal Palace - live on BBC One and the BBC Sport website.

    Saturday 12 March: 17:30 GMT Everton v Chelsea - live on BBC One and the BBC Sport website.

    Sunday 13 March: 13:30 GMT Arsenal v Watford; 16:00 GMT Manchester United v West Ham

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  5. Watch the goals again

    Hull 0-4 Arsenal

    Time to take another look at tonight's goals. One defensive howler, two excellent finishes and a deflection.

  6. 'The injuries are disappointing'

    Hull 0-4 Arsenal

    Arsenal's two-goal Theo Walcott, speaking to BT Sport: "Thankfully it all went well for us. The only disappointing thing is the injuries. It was all about getting through and that is what we have done. We want to keep hold of the FA Cup."

  7. 'I wanted to play'

    Hull 0-4 Arsenal

    Arsenal goalscorer Olivier Giroud, speaking to BT Sport "My wife gave birth yesterday but I wanted to play this game. I'm very happy for the team. We are really pleased and I am pleased to score. The team had a good cohesion."

  8. Wenger 'shocked' by injuries

    Hull 0-4 Arsenal

    Arsene Wenger tells BT Sport that he is "shocked" by the three injuries Arsenal suffered.

    He says Per Mertesacker has concussion while Gabriel Paulista "looks alright".

    Asked about Aaron Ramsey, Wenger says he has a thigh injury and is "a bit more concerned".

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    Hull 0-4 Arsenal

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    #bbcfacup

    Louie: Obviously this is not a turning point, but no one can deny it is a very impressive and professional Gunners performance.

    Luke: Confidence for Walcott and Giroud. Not a great performance but the main men have turned up for Arsenal. Finally after a few months.

    Ekene Igboerika: The coming weeks will be much more difficult for Arsenal.

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    FT: Hull 0-4 Arsenal

    David Burns

    BBC Radio Humberside's Hull City Commentator

    "Yet again Hull City's FA Cup adventure is ended by Arsenal. The score really isn't a good reflection of Hull's performance but you can't take anything away from Arsenal who were clinical. David Myler will have a bad night after a silly mistake, but it's promotion that's always been the dream for the Tigers this season."

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    Hull 0-4 Arsenal

    Pat Nevin

    Former Chelsea winger on Radio 5 live

    "Hull were very poor in the second half. It was a walk in the park for Arsenal - they were very average in the first half, but they scored from every one of their chances in the second half."

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    Hull 0-4 Arsenal

    Arsenal's players go over to clap their travelling support and there's a huge banner urging Arsene Wenger to go. Former Gunners legend Ian Wright, speaking on BT Sport, says he is annoyed to see it.

  14. FULL-TIME - Hull 0-4 Arsenal

    Not much added time - Hull are put out of their misery. Arsenal cruise into the FA Cup quarter-finals.

    Arsenal
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    Hull 0-4 Arsenal

    And the sponsors man of the match is...Tom Huddlestone. Of course it is..

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    Hull 0-4 Arsenal

    Pat Nevin

    Former Chelsea winger on Radio 5 live

    "I would never have guessed 4-0 to Arsenal at half-time. But when they've had to have moments of quality going forward, they've had them. Hull City have totally and utterly crumbled."

  17. GOAL - Hull 0-4 Arsenal

    Theo Walcott

    That's the icing on the cake. It's a driven low shot from Theo Walcott and it's helped into the net by Alex Bruce. Walcott takes the applause from the travelling fans. 

  18. CLOSE!

    Hull 0-3 Arsenal

    Alex Iwobi is denied by Eldin Jakupovic's strong hand - decent effort from outside the area by the Arsenal teenager and an equally impressive stop.

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    Hull 0-3 Arsenal

    Ole. Ole. Ole. Arsenal's fans are enjoying this.

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    Hull 0-3 Arsenal

    Around five minutes of normal time to go and it's all a little bit flat inside the KC. Hull's heads are down. Arsenal are going for a fourth goal. Much better this half from Arsene Wenger's side.

    Hull City