There won't be too many but here's how Manchester United booked their place in the last eight.
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West Ham boss David Moyes, speaking to BBC Sport: "That was really hard to take because the players played brilliantly well.
"We lost a few players during the game and that was difficult. I don't think we deserved to lose the game. We warranted the chance to go to penalty kicks.
"One of our centre-backs was on the bench and felt his calf in the warm-up. Before we knew it we had a few players out. We didn't play well in the first half - we know that. But we were playing a really good team in terrific form.
"In extra-time we had one or two opportunities. I'm not going to look back on the goal conceded - I'll look at how we played well. The level these teams are at, United have got a really good team."
Asked if Michail Antonio will be fit for the weekend, Moyes added: "I hope so. I don't think it's too bad."
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Paul Taylor: Can we point out assured and calm Henderson was in goal. Not a huge amount to do but was brilliant at organising the defence at set pieces! Give him a run in the side pleaseeeeee!!!!
Steve C: Typical. 120 minutes of turgid football, and I miss the only goal going to put the pot washer on.
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Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjær, speaking to BBC Sport: "I felt we dominated. I thought we were in complete control of the first half.
"In the second half it became more of a game. When it's only 1-0 and we are wasteful, anything can happen to us - we knew that from the last game [Everton]. It's just about finishing the game off but we're through. We're in the hat and that's what we wanted.
"I think we got about 15 to 17 shots in the end but we need to be more clinical. We should've finished the game off earlier and finished in 90 minutes but sometimes it doesn't happen.
"We needed to have a good result and a good feeling today because we were low after the Everton game. It's hard to take but they were really focused and did the job.
"Of course you want to win every game. We want to challenge and we want to go to the final. That's what we're here at Manchester United for. Sometimes you're lucky with draws in the cup - we haven't been that lucky - but obviously we move another step closer to the final."
On Scott McTominay: "Scott used to be a striker and I think he finishes with authority. You see that he doesn't mind being in those positions. He just smashed the ball into the net."
The draw for the quarter-finals, by the way, takes place on Thursday before the Barnsley-Chelsea game.
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Manchester United defender Harry Maguire, speaking to BBC Sport: "I thought the performance was good. We could have been a bit more clinical.
"They had a spell but we dealt with it a lot better than at the weekend and we felt we got the win we deserved in the end.
"Last Saturday was tough - especially in the second half. We were so disappointed with conceding with the last kick.
"We showed great spirit and a good mentality to come back and perform. We know it's a long season and tonight was perfect. It's important to get through."
Manchester United have won their last nine home FA Cup matches, their joint-longest home winning run in the competition, equalling their nine consecutive home wins between 1908 and 1912.
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'I thought the performance was good,' says Harry Maguire.
Riaz Munir: Frustrating thing about this game is that United should have finished this off a long time. Just not happening in the final third.
Anthony Martial has a shot saved and that's that.
Manchester United are into the FA Cup quarter-finals for a seventh straight year.
Barry: First game I’ve ever seen two subs be subbed.
Alex: Feel for Odubeko there, kid looks really upset.SMS Message: Hendo must be freezing but still makes a good save. from Charles, Bury
- Fifth round: February 9-11
- Quarter-finals: Saturday, March 20
- Semi-finals: Saturday, April 17
- Final: Saturday, May 15
Here's how Scott McTominay slammed Manchester United into the lead.
Chance! Oh, he would have been offside anyway but Said Benrahma suddenly had a free header which he could only plant straight at Dean Henderson.
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