#FACup: Everton & Watford progress, WBA embarrassed
There were four FA Cup fifth round clashes on Saturday including Arsenal, Everton and Watford.
CAPE TOWN - Everton progressed to the sixth round of the FA Cup beating Bournemouth 2-0 at The Vitality Stadium.
Both goals were scored in the second half with Ross Barkley opening Everton's scoring with a deflected shot that looped over keeper Adam Federici's head.
Romelu Lukaku sealed the match for The Toffees, the big Belgian scored from close range to guide Roberto Martinez side into the next round.
Earlier in the day, English Premier League title contenders Arsenal were left frustrated after playing out to a goalless draw against Championship side Hull.
This means Arsenal will have yet another fixture in already jam-packed schedule although Arsene Wenger made nine changes with their one eye ton their Champions league tie against Barcelona on Tuesday.
Hull similarly made 10 changes with promotion into the Premier League their foremost priority, but it worked out for Hull as reserve keeper Eldin Jakupovic pulled off a number of outstanding saves to keep the home side at bay.
In other fixtures Reading embarrassed Premier League side West Bromwich Albion 3-1 leaving Tony Pulis men with just two wins in their last 11 matches.
The WBA fans were incensed at the final whistle but Reading were deserved winners on the day as the Championship side came from behind taking full advantage of their limited opportunities.
And lastly, Premier league Watford edged past Leeds United 1-0 at Vicarage road.
The Championship outfit Leeds will feel hard done by as their defender Scott Wootton scored an embarrassing own goal shortly after the second half began.