4-goal wins for Chelsea, Man City, Wigan in FA Cup

Updated: February 17, 2013, 5:46 PM ET
Associated Press

LONDON -- The FA Cup produced goals rather than shocks, with Chelsea, Manchester City and Wigan scoring four times each Sunday to knock out lower-league opponents.

Held to a 2-2 tie by third-tier Brentford three weeks ago, Chelsea got second-half goals from Juan Mata, Oscar, Frank Lampard and John Terry to win its fourth-round replay 4-0. Lampard's goal was his 199th for the Blues, three behind the club record set by Bobby Tambling from 1959-70.

Chelsea will play at Middlesbrough on Feb. 27 to decide who plays the winner of Monday's match between Manchester United and Reading.

Manchester City defeated second-tier Leeds 4-0 and advanced to a quarterfinal against Barnsley. After Yaya Toure scored five minutes in, Sergio Aguero converted a penalty kick, then helped set up Carlos Tevez's second-half goal and scored the finale.

Wigan beat second-tier Huddersfield 4-1 as Arouna Kone scored twice and Callum McManaman and James McArthur had one goal each, and it will play Everton or Oldham. Millwall meets Blackburn, guaranteeing there will be a second-tier club in the semifinals at Wembley Stadium in April.

In the weekend's only Premier League game, Liverpool routed Swansea 5-0. Philippe Coutinho, Jose Enrique and Luis Suarez scored between successful penalty kicks by Steven Gerrard and Daniel Sturridge.

Liverpool (10-8-9) moved into seventh place, two points ahead of the Swans (9-8-10).


BARCELONA, Spain -- Sergio Ramos scored early in the first half, then was ejected in the 18th minute of Real Madrid's 2-0 win over crosstown rival Rayo Vallecano, the 100th Spanish league game for Real coach Jose Mourinho.

Alvaro Morata, a 20-year-old forward, scored his second goal of the season in the third minute, and Ramos doubled the margin with a header in the 12th. The defender then received two yellow cards in a two-minute span.

Mourinho, in his third season with Madrid, is 76-11-13 in La Liga.

Barcelona (21-1-2) leads by 12 points over second-place Atletico Madrid (17-5-2), which won 3-0 at Vallodolid on goals by Radamel Falcao, Diego Costa and Cristian Rodriguez. Defending champion Real Madrid (15-5-4) trails by 16 points.


MILAN -- Napoli missed the chance to cut Juventus' Serie A lead to two points when it was held to a 0-0 tie by visiting Sampdoria.

Juventus (17-4-4) lost 1-0 at Roma on Saturday and has 55 points, four more than Napoli (15-4-6).

Fiorentina (12-7-6) moved within a point of fifth-place Inter Milan (13-8-4) as Adem Ljajic and Stevan Jovetic each scored twice in a 4-1 win over the Nerazzurri, who are on a 2-4-3 skid.


BERLIN -- Nuremberg substitute Sebastian Polter scored off a cross from American defender Timmy Chandler in the second minute of second-half injury time for a 2-2 draw against Hannover in the Bundesliga.

Stuttgart ended its five-game losing streak with a 1-0 win at Hoffenheim.

In the second division, American Andrew Wooten scored for Sandhausen in its 3-1 loss at Dynamo Dresden.


PARIS -- Cedric Bakambu scored a tiebreaking goal in the 84th minute as Sochaux, which began the day in 17th place, rallied to beat French league leader Paris Saint-Germain 3-2 and end the visitors' nine-game league unbeaten streak.

After Alex put the visitors ahead in the 36th minute, but Sebastien Roudet tied the score in the 36th and Giovanni Sio put the hosts ahead in the 54th. Mamadou Sakho retied the score in the 76th.

PSG (15-4-6) had been on an 8-0-1 league run. Its lead was cut to three points over Lyon (14-5-6), won 4-0 at Bordeaux. Clement Grenier scored twice fopr lyon, and Gueida Fofana and Alexandre Lacazette had one goal apiece.

Marseille (14-7-4) is five points off the pace.

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