Man Utd’s stylish progress in the FA Cup, Son’s double-double for Tottenham

Under new manager, Erik ten Hag, Manchester United, currently fourth in the Premier League and within striking distance of the League Cup final, provided additional convincing evidence that they are on the right track.

Casemiro scored twice as Manchester United turned on the style to defeat 10-man Reading 3-1 and advance to the FA Cup fifth round on Saturday.

Son Heung-min, the Tottenham forward, scored his first goal in a while, breaking his recent goal drought. On a day that didn’t have many big surprises, struggling Premier League teams like Leeds,

Leicester, and Southampton won, but Championship team Sunderland beat Fulham. Under new manager Erik ten Hag, United produced more convincing evidence that they are back on track.

They are currently fourth in the Premier League and within striking distance of the League Cup final.
In the 54th minute at Old Trafford.

Anthony played a defense-splitting pass to Brazil teammate Casemiro. Who lifted the ball over goalkeeper Joe Lumley to give the home team the lead.

Casemiro’s stunning strike from outside the box into the bottom corner gave United a two-goal lead four minutes later.

Substitute Fred made a daring flick to the near post from Bruno Fernandes’ low cross, which secured the victory for the home team.

After Andy Carroll was sent off for a second booking at that point, Reading was down to ten men, but Paul Ince’s team still managed to score a consolation goal.

Harry Maguire, the captain of Manchester United, called Casemiro, a former star player for Real Madrid, a “phenomenal player.”

He stated, “You can’t win as he has without being a top player.” He has enhanced teamwork, morale, and performance.”
Harry Kane missed out on the opportunity to break his tie with Jimmy Greaves and become Tottenham’s all-time leading goal scorer because he was left on the bench for their match at Preston.

Son provided a much-needed boost of confidence in the absence of the England captain with two fine goals.

The South Korean, who won the Golden Boot in the Premier League last year, had only scored once in 17 games for club and country.

After a lackluster first half, the 30-year-old scored a stunning curling goal with his left foot to ignite the fourth-round match.

After that, Arnaut Danjuma scored on his Tottenham debut, placing his scuffed finish from a cross by Dejan Kulusevski into the bottom corner to make it 3-0.

“It was extremely significant. I like to shoot from that kind of position. I had a few chances to shoot in the first half, but the goalkeeper saved well.

“Whether you play as a striker or an attacking player, what matters most is scoring that goal. It is essential that I assist the team in reaching the subsequent round. I couldn’t be happier.

Leeds defeated Accrington Stanley 3-1 to advance to the fifth round for the first time since 2016.
The visitors’ nerves were calmed by a stunning long-range strike from Jack Harrison against the League One team.

In the 66th minute, Junior Firpo doubled the visitors’ lead with a brilliant reverse pass from Patrick Bamford, and Luis Sinisterra converted a cross from Harrison to win the game.

Fourth-tier Walsall made Leicester sweat, but FA Cup specialist Kelechi Iheanacho saved the day with a 1-0 victory.

Since making his debut in 2016, the Nigerian has scored more goals than any other player in the competition.

Iheanacho’s second-half strike from the edge of the box took a wicked deflection, allowing him to score his 17th goal in 23 FA Cup games.

Romain Perraud, a fullback, scored twice as Southampton beat Blackpool 2-1 to advance.
After being held to a score of 1-1 by Sunderland at Craven Cottage on Saturday, Fulham was the only Premier League team to lose.

The Championship leaders Burnley’s match with Ipswich, which ended 0-0 at Portman Road, and four other matches will need replays to decide who will win.

After defeating Arsenal 1-0 on Friday in a Premier League matchup between the top two teams, Manchester City became the first team into round five.

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