Hull City vs. Sunderland  3 - 0

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Minute   Description
90' +4 FULL-TIME! Hull are going to Wembley! Thanks to a 3-0 win over visitors Sunderland, they are heading for their first FA Cup semi-final since 1930. Such a feat looked at risk in the first half as Sunderland survived a veritable onslaught and Aluko missed a penalty, but Hull's patience was rewarded in the second period as goals from Davies, Meyler and Fryatt got the all-important strikes. It is back to the Premier League relegation battle for Sunderland, while Hull will have their eye on a place in the FA Cup final.
90' +1 Three minutes of stoppage time will be played.
90' No. No they can't. Huddlestone's delivery seemed to be a shot despite the awkward position out on the wing. Either way, whether it was a shot or cross, it was pretty terrible, flying straight over the goal and out for a goal-kick.
89' Cynical and unnecessary foul by Bardsley out on the right as he charges into the back of Boyd. The hosts have a free-kick in a very inviting position now. Can they get a fourth?
87' Quick, incisive and intricate passes are the rage at the KC now. Hull are toying with their opponents now, like a child pulling the wings off a fly. The home fans are enjoying themselves, though, with every accurate pass greeted with a shout of "ole!"
85' What a disappointment-dominated week for Sunderland this will have been. It was only last weekend that they were defeated 3-1 in the Capital One Cup final by Manchester City and now they have been denied a return to Wembley by their former manager.
83' Swift attacking move by the hosts. Koren charges through the middle and slips a pass to his right for Meyler. The scorer of Hull's second runs on to it and shoots first-time, but slices wide of the target. He probably won't be too bothered, though!
81' S. Quinn enters the game and replaces Ahmed El Mohamady.
Clever footwork by Boyd as he twists and turns his way into space on the left flank, keeping Bardsley at bay. The home fans certainly enjoyed it, too. Now, can Hull make this even more comfortable?
79' Sunderland will just be focused on ensuring this defeat doesn't get any more embarrassing now. They have just over 10 minutes to hold on and potentially nick a consolation, but this will be a day to forget for Poyet & Co.
77' M. Fryatt has scored a goal for Hull City!
GOAL!!! Game over as Hull make it 3-0 at the KC Stadium. Vergini played a pass out of defence to Cattermole and the Sunderland captain hit a first-time ball straight back towards his goalkeeper, but Fryatt was already waiting and he confidently placed his shot past Ustari. Hull will play their first Wembley FA Cup sem-final and their first game in the competition's last four since 1930.

Premier League table

# Team MP D P
14 6 -1 7
15 6 -2 6
16 6 -2 6
17 6 -1 5
18 6 -9 4

Premier League table

# Team MP D P
15 6 -2 6
16 6 -2 6
17 6 -1 5
18 6 -9 4
19 6 -7 3