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Saturday's football photos

Tevez scores the opening goal for Man Utd

Fulham 0-4 Man Utd: The Cottagers make a positive start to this FA Cup tie but fall behind to Carlos Tevez's 20th-minute header

Johnson tangles with Michael Carrick

Andy Johnson does his best to create something in reply as Fulham attempt to get back into the game as quickly as possible

Tevez celebrates making it 2-0

Sadly for them, United double their lead when Tevez bends his second into the top corner with 10 minutes of the half remaining

Ferdinand gets treatment

It is not all good news for the visitors though as Rio Ferdinand picks up a foot injury and is replaced at half-time by Jonny Evans

Anderson and Rooney celebrate the third goal

The change makes little difference, however, as Wayne Rooney adds a third in the 50th minute after being found by Anderson

Park scores United's fourth in the 81st minute

A further goal from Ji-Sung Park puts the seal on the performance and books Man Utd's place in the semi-finals

Wilson Palacios holds off Richardson

Sunderland 1-1 Tottenham: In the Premier League, a third-minute goal from Kieran Richardson (right) gives the Mackems an early lead

Danny Collins tries to block King's shot

More used to blocking shots, Ledley King fires in one of his own just after the half hour but Marton Fulop saves

Corluka clears for Spurs

Djibril Cisse goes in search of a second for Sunderland but Vedran Corluka brings it away making it 1-0 at half-time

Redknapp shouts instructions

Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp makes three second-half changes as he tries to get something from the trip to Wearside

Keane celebrates his late equaliser

They get their reward with only a minute to go when Robbie Keane half-volleys Darren Bent's cross beyond Fulop to claim a point

Drogba rounds Kieran Westwood before giving Chelsea the lead

Coventry 0-2 Chelsea: Guus Hiddink takes his side to the Ricoh Arena in the FA Cup where Didier Drogba gives them a good start

Drogba celebrates making it 1-0

The Ivory Coast striker rounds goalkeeper Kieran Westwood before finishing from a tight angle to register his sixth goal of the season

Best hurdles Alex

At the other end, Leon Best causes Alex a few problems as the Sky Blues look to get back on level terms before the interval

Best tangles with Ashley Cole

The former Southampton player continues to pose the main threat to Chelsea after the break but an equaliser remains elusive

Essien replaces Jon Mikel Obi

Having been injured since August, Chelsea's Michael Essien makes his return to first-team duty midway through the second half

Alex makes it 2-0 to Chelsea

Coventry's failure to take chances is punished in the 72nd minute when the visitors break and Alex sidefoots them to a 2-0 win



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see also
Fulham 0-4 Man Utd
07 Mar 09 |  FA Cup
Sunderland 1-1 Tottenham
07 Mar 09 |  Premier League
Coventry 0-2 Chelsea
07 Mar 09 |  FA Cup


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