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  Boro knock out Man United
Updated 26 January 2002, 17.40
Boro's Noel Whelan scores a goal against Manchester United
Middlesbrough's Noel Whelan scored the first goal

Middlesbrough 2-0 Manchester United

Middlesbrough have sensationally knocked Manchester United out of the FA Cup with two last-minute goals.

After an uneventful first half, Noel Whelan eventually used an error by Lauren Blanc to score the first goal at 84 minutes.

Andy Campbell then completed the victory with a header just four minutes later.

It is Boro's first-ever win over Man United at the Riverside.

Charlton Athletic 1-2 Walsall

Walsall's Jorge Leitao scored two goals after four and 58 minutes to cause an upset at the Valley.

Charlton's goal came courtesy of a header from Graham Stuart at 68 minutes.

Chelsea's Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink scores the opening goal
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink

Chelsea 1-1 West Ham

Chelsea and West Ham will play each other again after a draw at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea were the better team in the first half with an impressive goal from Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink after 20 minutes.

West Ham equalised at 81 minutes thanks to Frederic Kanoute.

Millwall 0-1 Blackburn Rovers

A late goal from Andy Cole saw the Rovers go into the fifth round.

Blackburn's new signing scored after 86 minutes.

West Bromwich Albion 1-0 Leicester City

Neil Clement's penalty just 10 minutes before the end of the match won the Baggies a place in round five.

It wasn't good news for Premiership strugglers Leicester though, who are dogged by relegation worries.

Everton's Kevin Campbell is congratulated by his team mates
Everton celebrate a goal

Everton 4-1 Leyton Orient

An own goal from David McGhee put Everton ahead after 12 minutes.

A later goal from Duncan Ferguson and two from Kevin Campbell made sure the Toffees went through to the next round.

Orient's goal came from Scott Canham at 32 minutes.

York City 0-2 Fulham

Goals from Steed Malbranque and Steve Marlet put Jean Tigana's side into the fifth round.

But Division Three strugglers Fulham put their club problems behind them to put up a good fight.

Spurs' match against the Bolton Wanderers was called off on Saturday because of bad weather.

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