Antonio Valencia on the ball with Chelsea's second goalscorer Ramires in pursuit

Man United   2

Hernandez (5), Rooney (11)

Chelsea   2

Hazard (59), Ramires (68)

Sunday 10 March Old Trafford | Attendance: 75,196

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Man United
1De Gea
2Rafael
5Ferdinand
6Evans
3Evra
17Nanisub7
16Carrick
23Cleverley
26Kagawasub19
10Rooneygoal
14Hernandezgoalsub20
Subs:
40Amos
15Vidic
8Anderson
7Valenciasub17
18Young
19Welbecksub26
20van Persiesub14
Chelsea
1Cech
28Azpilicuetayellow card
4Luizyellow card
24Cahill
3Cole
13Mosessub17
7Ramiresgoal
10Mata
8Lampardsub12
11Oscar
29Basub9
Subs:
22Turnbull
2Ivanovic
9Torressub29
26Terry
12Mikel Obisub8
17Hazardsub13goalyellow card
34Bertrand

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10/03/2013 18:28, Report by Steve Bartram
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Manchester United and Chelsea will replay their FA Cup quarter-final tie after the Reds squandered a two-goal lead at Old Trafford.

The winner of the replay (date still to be announced) will then face Manchester City at Wembley in the semi-final on the weekend of 13/14 April.

On Sunday at Old Trafford, goals from Javier Hernandez and Wayne Rooney put a dominant home side two ahead inside 11 minutes, but a second-half fightback from the visitors spawned goals from Eden Hazard and Ramires and earned the Blues a replay at Stamford Bridge.

Sir Alex Ferguson's side looked to have buried the tie by the interval but were punished for a lacklustre second-half display as Chelsea deservedly fought their way back into the tie. The visitors would have won, too, but for a stunning last-minute save from David De Gea to deny Juan Mata.

The boss made just four changes to the side that exited the Champions League against Real Madrid, with Wayne Rooney, Chicharito, Shinji Kagawa and Jonny Evans returning to the Reds' starting XI.

While the pre-match atmosphere at Old Trafford failed to replicate the unyielding din that soundtracked last Tuesday's tie, it wasn't long before the home support had something to shout about.

There seemed little danger for the visitors when Michael Carrick meandered through central midfield, but without warning the Reds' chief string-puller dug out a magnificent diagonal pass that fell perfectly for Chicharito to loop a marvellous header over the stranded Petr Cech.

Less than five minutes had passed then, and the 10-minute marker bisected the award and conversion of a free-kick that doubled the Reds' lead. A lightning break from the hosts culminated in Victor Moses clumsily halting

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