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Summary

  1. Martial pulls Man Utd level
  2. Payet free-kick puts West Ham ahead
  3. Man Utd not won FA Cup since 2004

Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. Good evening

    I can't think of a better note to end on Dave.

    Magnificent.

    See you on Monday for Rafa v Leicester...

  2. Wonderful, wonderful

    Text on 81111

    SMS Message: For the first time in years we have the genuine prospect of two wonderful FA Cup semis where literally anyone can win it. Isn't that wonderful? from Dave, Dulwich
    Dave, Dulwich
  3. 'Was that your best free-kick?'

    Man Utd 1-1 West Ham

    West Ham United

    West Ham attacking midfielder Dimitri Payet, speaking to BBC Sport: "I said to myself that even if I hit the free-kick well, right in a corner, with a goalkeeper like David de Gea it’s still difficult to score. I had a bit of luck in that it hit the post on the way in. 

    "It was one of the best free-kicks I've scored, and to score in this stadium which I think is one of the most beautiful in the league… It’s a great day for me."

    Dimitri Payet
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    I can't see this one happening...

    Maria Brooks: "Am I the only one who thinks that José Mourinho should take over at Arsenal?!"  

  5. 'A clear penalty, and an obvious foul on Randolph'

    Man Utd 1-1 West Ham

    West Ham United

    But what about the game's crucial decisions? Hammers boss Slaven Bilic thinks both key decisions went against him, and that West Ham should have had a penalty and Manchester United's equaliser should have been disallowed.

    "Yes," Bilic replied when asked if his side should have had a penalty. "I'm not moaning now and I don't want to spoil the game by moaning about the referee.

    "There were two crucial decisions. Firstly the penalty on Payet. For me it is a penalty, Rojo slides from behind and is nowhere near the ball - a clear penalty.

    "The second one is an obvious foul from Schweinsteiger on Randy (goalkeeper Darren Randolph). He would've definitely got to the ball."

  6. 'A perfect moment of pure class'

    Man Utd 1-1 West Ham

    West Ham United

    West Ham boss Slaven Bilic talks about Dimitri Payet's stunning 40-yard free-kick during the Hammers' 1-1 draw at Manchester United. 

    "Payet has got it, he scored versus Blackburn in the FA Cup and we're not expecting him to convert everyone, but he is brilliant from such a long distance," Bilic tells BBC Sport.

    "It looked good straight away, it was a perfect moment of pure class and even David De Gea couldn't do anything about it."

  7. 'A big revival'

    Manchester United

    Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal: "West Ham were the better team before they scored but then we created chances too. It was a fantastic free-kick.

    "We have played a game against Liverpool on Thursday and they had the whole week to prepare and we could come back and show a big revival. I have to give a lot of compliments to my team. They were mentally tired after Liverpool and also in the body.

    Was it a foul for the equaliser? "I can imagine that he [Slaven Bilic] says that but his own defender pushes Schweinsteiger so he did not do it deliberately. 

    "A great save from David de Gea but that we know, he is one of the best goalkeepers in the world. Every match. It was a great save. My colleague Slaven said the same, it was a fantastic match between two good sides and I am very happy that my team showed their spirit after a nasty week."

  8. 'It's like Spielberg'

    Man Utd 1-1 West Ham

    West Ham United

    Some more quotes from West Ham boss Slaven Bilic, talking about his side's FA Cup quarter-final replay against Manchester United, in what will be the club's last ever FA Cup match at Upton Park.

    "With the history of our stadium it's going to a be another historic game and you can't ask for more," Bilic tells BBC Sport.

    "But to make history we have to beat them  - we won't put it in the books if we lose the last game.

    "It's going to be another epic home FA Cup match and we couldn't ask for more, it's like Spielberg."

  9. We have to be proud and fight - Garde

    Aston Villa 0-2 Tottenham

    Aston Villa

    Aston Villa manager Remi Garde, speaking to BBC Sport: "The result is not positive but for sure the attitude and commitment for the 90 minutes was better than in previous weeks.

    "It is frustrating but we played a very good side. We knew they would have high motivation. I am frustrated for the players because they fought but once again we have been too fragile defensively. 

    "We hit the post twice and didn't have the luck. But we have to fight against that. It is hard but then it is still mathematically possible so we need to fight. The situation is awful and it is massive challenge to win enough games to stay up. But you have to be proud and fight until the last minute.

    "I love football and hate defeat. Five in a row. I don't think I've experienced that in my career. I can only rely on myself to be strong. I feel maybe the players hear what I say and go to the next game trying to win."

  10. Post update

    Isn't it refreshing to hear a player and a manager say that they back themselves to win a replay?! So simple, but so rare. 

  11. 'It was a foul'

    Man Utd 1-1 West Ham

    West Ham United

    West Ham goalkeeper Darren Randolph: "It was a foul and the ref didn't see it, it's one of those things. We played well, we tired towards the end and they piled on the pressure. But we'll take them back to our place for the replay.

    "I fancy us against anybody at our place. The atmosphere will be unbelievable.

    "Dimitri Payet practices those free-kicks a lot and eight times out of 10 they go in. He can produce them in the big moments."

    Goal
  12. I fancy us to win replay - Bilic

    Man Utd 1-1 West Ham

    West Ham United

    West Ham manager Slaven Bilic has just given a great interview to BBC Sport. He says: "We played a really good game. I'm a little bit gutted because of the time we conceded the goal.

    "We could've held on for 1-0 and on counter-attacks I was expecting to create one, two or three more clear-cut chances. Our dressing room was, and still is, very silent. I'm not over the moon but it means we are moving in a good direction.

    "Manchester United are a different team when they play away and don't have that confidence. Here, it is very hard to play with 75,000 fans and this atmosphere. It (the replay) is going to be a tough game, but I fancy us because we're going to be even more confident." 

  13. Post update

    Man Utd 1-1 West Ham

    Slaven Bilic thought that Dimitri Payet should have had a penalty and Darren Randolph was fouled during the equaliser. No surprise there.

    Full quotes to come.

  14. Manager reaction

    Aston Villa 0-2 Tottenham

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino, speaking to BBC Sport: "It was a good victory and three important points after a few games that have not been so good.

    "We created more chances and played well. It is difficult to play against teams playing for survival but we had the right mentality and I am pleased.

    "The timing of the goals was important. That was key. But we created a lot in the first half and it was a game we can take a lot of positives from."

    [On Harry Kane, who scored twice] "It is important for Kane and the team. He is an unbelievable guy who works hard for the team. I am very pleased for him."

    [On the title race] "We need to keep the pressure on and win games. You cannot stop the dream of the supporters and they are right to dream. But we need to work hard."

  15. 'We were solid'

    Aston Villa 0-2 Tottenham

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Tottenham striker Harry Kane, talking to Sky Sports: "We played very, very well and created a lot of chances. Getting a goal just before half time and then straight after put us in a good position.

    "We were solid. Until the last five minutes we held on and limited them.

    "I am delighted to get another two goals but as always it is most important to win. Dele [Alli] is a great player. He is there to score and make assists. I am happy to get two off him today. But everyone did their job.

    "All we can do is concentrate on winning our games and we have done that today."

  16. Post update

    Man Utd 1-1 West Ham

    West Ham boss Slaven Bilic says he is "gutted" not to hold on for the win and says Manchester United "were all over the place."

  17. Get Involved #bbcfootball

    Man Utd 1-1 West Ham

    Jeremy Griffiths: Manchester United have not been this poor, boring and negative since the Dave Sexton days.

    Sean Ridge: Absolutely no one in Blue & Claret appear to appeal for foul on Randolph. Still have to try and win the replay though. Not easy!

  18. Post update

    Man Utd 1-1 West Ham

    Still no sign of either manager at Old Trafford. West Ham now favourites?

  19. We need to improve - Carrick

    Man Utd 1-1 West Ham

    Manchester United

    Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick tells BBC Sport: "We went behind to a terrific free-kick, you can't do much about that, but we deserved to get back into the game.

    "We were creating pressure but getting shots on goal was lacking and we need to improve.

    "West Ham are a good team and have some terrific talent. It is an even game and we will go down there thinking we can get through. We have big games coming up, so we have to be ready and finish the season strongly."

  20. View from the posh seats

    Man Utd 1-1 West Ham

    West Ham co-chairman David Gold has his say on the day's big incidents: