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FA Cup Review : Chelsea, Everton cruise through

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ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop reacts to Chelsea's convincing 5-1 win over MK Dons, which could be a springboard for the Blues.




Chelsea and Everton both made light work of booking a place in the draw for the fifth round of the FA Cup.

An Oscar hat trick lit up Chelsea's 5-1 win at MK Dons, his first coming after just 15 minutes. Kyle McFadzean tried to pass back to goalkeeper David Martin but it was woefully short, and that allowed Diego Costa to intercept and square for Oscar to slide the ball home.

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Atletico & Real Madrid transfer bans suspended

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The Spanish clubs have been sanctioned for failing to comply with regulations on signing young players but the ban bas been lifted pending the outcome of their appeal



Fifa's appeals committee has temporarily suspended Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid's transfer bans with immediate effect.

The two clubs had been sanctioned for failing to comply with regulations on signing young players, with the ban on registering new transfers set to begin at the end of the January window.

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FA Cup Report : Derby County 1-3 Manchester United - Martial shines in comfortable victory

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The Frenchman provided two assists as Wayne Rooney, Daley Blind and Juan Mata scored the goals to ensure George Thorne's first-half equaliser did not result in an upset



Manchester United eased the pressure on manager Louis van Gaal by securing a comfortable 3-1 victory over Derby County in the fourth round of the FA Cup.

Wayne Rooney put the Red Devils in front with a sublime curling effort after 16 minutes, though the England captain appeared to receive the ball in an offside position.

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