We’re well and truly in the business end of this competition after more tantalising results on Monday night.

The game of the fourth-round took place at Anfield as much-changed Liverpool and Arsenal sides went hammer and tongs for 90 minutes.

It was Jurgen Klopp’s Reds who eventually came out on top in a penalty shoot-out after the back and forth match, in which both sides had spells on top, ended 5-5.

Elsewhere Manchester United knocked Frank Lampard’s Chelsea out the competition thanks to Marcus Rashford.

The England international had opened the scoring for the Red Devils but secured safe passage to the next round with one of the goals of his career – a drilled free-kick that seemingly defied the laws of physics to make it 2-1.

In the Midlands it was Aston Villa who came out on top against bitter rivals Wolves with a 2-1 win, and they can now face either of the above mentioned or any of the winners from Tuesday night’s fixtures: Leicester City, Colchester United, Everton, Manchester City and Oxford.

The quarter-final draw gets underway from 8.50am, so stick with us here at Mirror Football for all the updates as they come.





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