Championship side Reading came from behind to earn a shock FA Cup fifth-round win over Premier League West Brom at the Madejski Stadium. The hosts sealed a memorable cup win over Tony Pulis' men thanks to goals from Paul McShane, Michael Hector and Lucas Piazon.
West Brom took the lead in the 54th minute, with midfielder Darren Fletcher drilling home a low shot. But the Premier League club were pegged back five minutes later by McShane, who scored with a headed effort.
The Championship then took the lead in the 72nd minute thanks to Hector, who nodded home to put them 2-1 up. And their against-the-odds win was sealed late in the game by on-loan Chelsea star Lucas Piazon.
After the final whistle, West Brom's Chris Brunt was hit by a coin thrown by angry Baggies fans. Brunt, 31, went over to applaud the away fans at the end of the game and was abused by a section of West Brom supporters.
Brunt later said of the incident, according to the Daily Mail: "If they want to come forward and say they don't like what they've seen then that's fine. Fans are frustrated we were 1-0 up and lost.
"They paid a lot of money to come, but a small minority spoilt it. There were young kids there. I was absolutely disgusted and ashamed."
Everton eased into the next round of the FA Cup with a 2-0 win over Bournemouth at Dean Court, with Ross Barkley and Romelu Lukaku scoring their goals. The hosts squandered the chance to take the lead when Charlie Daniels' penalty was saved by the Everton goalkeeper Joel Robles in the 36th minute. Daniels struck the penalty with plenty of power, but the Spaniard made an impressive stop.
And Everton went in front through a deflected effort from Barkley in the 55th minute. The 22-year-old midfielder hit a shot from the edge of the box that came off the boot of Dan Gosling and looped over Adam Federici into the net.
Lukaku doubled Everton's lead in the 77th minute to secure the Toffees' place in the next round of the tournament. The in-form Belgian scored from close range from a Bryan Oviedo corner.
Meanwhile, Everton and Reading were joined in the next round of the cup by Quique Sánchez Flores' Watford side, who sealed their passage by virtue of Scott Wootton's own goal. The 24-year-old Leeds United defender miscued an attempted clearance into his own net short shortly after half-time at Vicarage Road.
The Hornets made six changes to their team but just about merited their narrow victory. The hosts went close through Miguel Britos and Almen Abdi, while Etienne Capoue had a goal ruled out for offside. Meanwhile, Leeds' best attempt on goal came from Stuart Dallas, who curled a low effort wide.
Earlier in the day, FA Cup holders Arsenal were held to a goalless draw by Steve Bruce's Hull City side. The Gunners dominated the game from start to finish but having rested a number of key players ahead of their Champions League tie against Barcelona, failed to unlock a stubborn Hull defence.
Joel Campbell went closest for the Gunners when his impressive freekick rebounded off the post. But, in truth, Arsenal lacked the imagination and creativity needed to defeat a side who appeared happy to settle for a replay from the outset.