LONDON (AP) — 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).
MILAN (AP) — 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 hosted fifth-place Inter Milan in the late game.
BERLIN (AP) — 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.