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Summary

  1. Man Utd ease to a 2-0 win over Chelsea
  2. Chelsea have lost exactly half of their past 10 games in all competitions
  3. Solskjaer has won 11 of his 13 games in charge of United
  4. #bbcfootball: Should Chelsea give Sarri more time?

Live Reporting

By Saj Chowdhury

All times stated are UK

  1. Thanks for reading

    So Man Utd continue to win under Solskjaer and questions continue to be raised about Sarri's leadership of Chelsea.

    We will have Champions League live text commentary of the Liverpool v Bayern Munich and Lyon v Barcelona later.

  2. ICYMI... although what else were you doing on Monday night?

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    Video caption: FA Cup: Chelsea 0-2 Manchester United highlights
  3. Should Sarri be given more time?

    #bbcfootball

    Paul Skinback: Sarri seems to want to build his side around a bang average player in Jorginho whilst negating the strengths of others. Long may it continue, give him plenty more time.

    I actually had Jorginho in my fantasy team earlier in the season

  4. Solskjaer edging closer to the top job

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    After the setback against Paris St-Germain last week, there was pressure on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer last night to see whether he could revive Manchester United.

    It is fair to say he passed that test with flying colours.

    It also didn't go unnoticed by the United hierarchy how together the club seems.

    There are big games to come, Liverpool at home on Sunday for a start, but as it presently stands, it seems like a bigger decision not to give him the job.

  5. Get Involved

    #bbcfootball

    Kyle: As poor as Chelsea were United have been excellent over the last 3 months. 5 clean sheets away from home in a row. Defensively they have improved a lot. Pogba has been superb. Rashford a joy to watch he's equally as good out wide or through the middle.

  6. Vote for best goal of the FA Cup fifth round

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    Video caption: FA Cup fifth round: Watch the best goals

    Watch this then click here to vote.

  7. Should Sarri be given more time?

    #bbcfootball

    Matt Scott: Sarri was a bizarre appointment in the first place. For a team that, for whatever reason, seems to expect trophies appointing a man who’s never won a single one is mind boggling. Just another casualty on the embarrassing Chelsea manager go round.

  8. Unlikely quarter-final

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    Not many people would have predicted a Millwall-Brighton pairing in the FA Cup quarter-final.

    Millwall have a decent record in the competition, reaching the semi-final in 2013 and the final in 2004, when they were beaten by Manchester United.

    Brighton's only final appearance was also against Manchester United, when Gordon Smith missed a glorious chance to win the first game before United romped home in the replay.

    It says it all that the last cup competition Millwall played Brighton in was what is now known as the EFL Trophy - for tier three and four teams - back in 2006. Brighton won on penalties.

  9. Should Sarri be given more time?

    #bbcfootball

    Tom Staples: Risky dumping Sarri now with such huge games coming up but I say what harm would Gianfranco Zola do as caretaker til the end of the season a la Di Matteo or even Solskjaer. May be the lift the club needs - Tom, Chelsea fan

  10. FA Cup draw

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    The quarter-final games will be played from 15-18 March, with winning clubs receiving £720,000 in prize money.

    A decent amount!

  11. Contender for player of the season?

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    Video caption: FA Cup: 'Magnificent' Paul Pogba drives Man Utd into quarter finals

    Yup, I'm fully aware he hasn't been playing consistently at this level this season.

    That's now 14 goals and 10 assists in all competitions.

    A bit of perspective, Raheem Sterling has managed 14 goals and 11 assists.

  12. Shearer puts on a brave face

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    Video caption: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reminds Alan Shearer of 1999 FA Cup final defeat

    Two cup final defeats plus a semi-final loss at Wembley.

  13. 'The performance was fantastic'

    We could continue to wallow in misery but the sun is shining outside (if you're in certain parts of the UK) so let's focus on happy people.

    One of which is Manchester United's manager... sorry ...interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who recovered from his first real blip to guide his side to a brilliant win at the Bridge.

    Here he is: "We had criticism after the PSG game and everyone did what we asked tonight.

    "The performance was fantastic, our tactics worked.

    "We asked our midfielders to press higher and get into the box and it worked. The defending in the second half was fantastic.

    "Chelsea are a good team. They have their way of playing but Juan Mata did a fantastic job on Jorginho and we were absolutely perfect defensively."

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  14. Should Sarri be given more time?

    #bbcfootball

    Afam Udeozo: As a forensic pathologist might say; "There were 14 deep knife wounds all over the body, any of which could've been fatal". Not even beating City in the league cup final or a top 4 finish in the Premiership can guarantee safety. It looks bad.

    I sort of don't get that Afam, but I like it.

  15. 'The end may be very near'

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer

    Maurizio Sarri

    As Maurizio Sarri watched his side limp out of the FA Cup, he resembled a jaded end-of-the-pier entertainer going through the same old act that once brought him acclaim but is now greeted with open hostility and - even more painfully - mockery.

    The early weeks of the season, when the 'Sarri-ball' philosophy that won him the adulation of peers such as Pep Guardiola brought optimism to Chelsea, seemed an age away as Manchester United breezed into the FA Cup quarter-final without needing to raise a gallop.

    Sarri cut a solitary, dejected figure as his predictable moves and the inevitable results saw Stamford Bridge turn its fury on him with a force that begs the question not if his short time as Chelsea manager is drawing to a close, but when?

    On this nightmarish evidence, and the fierce reaction of the supporters to their increasingly hapless and disconnected manager, the end may be very near.

    Read more from Phil by clicking here.

  16. Should Sarri be given more time?

    #bbcfootball

    Souvik Chakraborty: Chelsea might just be the most toxic club in England. Not a single fan has patience. They need to understand money isn't everything, City have enormous amounts of money but they still want foden and zinchenko to improve.

    A bit sweeping Souvik? City's success is as a result of the billions spent.

  17. Chelsea manager 'done' after FA Cup exit - Sutton

    Ex-Blues striker Chris Sutton is convinced the Italian will go...now. Not even at the end of the season.

    This is what he told BBC Radio 5 live:

    "This is Maurizio Sarri's last game at Chelsea. The Italian job is over for them.

    "He's done."

    Sutton, who played for Chelsea in 1999-2000, added: "He'll get the sack for numerous reasons - things he's said, that he can't motivate the players, his inability to be able to adapt and change.

    "He won't survive tonight. Well he might until 9am tomorrow [Tuesday]."

    That's one hour and two minutes away...

    Read more here.

    Maurizio Sarri