Halmosi steers in the winner for Hull against Sheff Utd
Hull booked their FA Cup quarter-final spot with a win over Sheffield United in a fifth-round replay.
The home side went ahead after Blades defender Kyle Naughton's header was adjudged to have crossed his own goal-line after bouncing off the crossbar.
It was a controversial decision but Billy Sharp poked in a shot to level.
Sharp had a strong penalty shout turned down after a Kamil Zayatte foul before Peter Halmosi guided in a Nick Barmby cross for Hull's winner.
Hull have reached the last eight for the first time in 38 years and will now play either Arsenal or Burnley, while Sheffield United will feel aggrieved at the decisions which went against them in the tie.
However, Hull's appetite to progress in the competition may have been questioned looking at their starting line-up for the game.
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