greetings, good evening. thank you for joining greetings, good evening. thank you forjoining us wherever you are around the world, watching on television or listening on the radio. this is the draw for the quarterfinals of the fa cup. we are live out ewood park, blackburn rovers have just been dispatched by manchester united. zlatan ibrahimovic came off the bench to score the winner. that means manchester united are in the draw, along with lincoln, and sutton who are yet to play arsenal. you cannot do this on your own, i'm pleased to say two premier league winners are here, chris sutton and owen hargreaves. having managed lincoln if you years ago, you are taking the credit for this? absolutely not. haven't they been sensational? brilliant win yesterday, i hope they get a good draw. we are so proud of the fa cup and we talk about what it
is like in foreign countries, what they make of it. you came from the bundesliga in the mid—20s, can you remember the first time you played at it? that season we won the league and the champions league. the only real blemish was losing in the fa cup. some terrific games coming. your standout memory? missing a chance for norwich. you probably remember it, that is why you said it! i remember it as a norwich fan, disappointingly, you should have scored! we will show you the numbers to be watching out for. we are gearing up to see who comes out of the hat. lincoln, the first time in 103 years that a non—league sayonara this stage. —— a non—league side is at this stage. some test for arsene wenger, under
pressure at the moment. here we go. owen, you get the home balls. put them into the pot and make sure they are all in. it is quite an important moment. yes, don't mess it up. so far, so good! this is the draw for this year's fa cup quarterfinal. chelsea beat wolves 2—0. they will face... number three is manchester
united, who have just face... number three is manchester united, who havejust beaten blackburn. chelsea against manchester united is the first time out of the hat. numberfive number five is middlesbrough. numberfive is middlesbrough. they we re numberfive is middlesbrough. they were 2—0 up yesterday, and theyjust made it past oxford 3—2. they will be at home. number seven, huddersfield or manchester city. that was 0—0. it goes to a replay. totte n ha m that was 0—0. it goes to a replay. tottenham hotspur, harry kane is in brilliant form. a hat—trick at craven cottage today. they are at home and they will play... they will play millwall. what a game that is. m illwa ll's play millwall. what a game that is. m illwall‘s reward for play millwall. what a game that is. millwall's reward for beating leicester is away at problem. look who is left in the draw. sutton
united or arsenal, they are due to play on monday evening. look who they will meet. lincoln city, the other non—league side, along with sutton. it is either going to be an all non—league tie in the quarterfinal, or it is going to be lincoln away at the emirates, facing arsenal. that is how you draw a quarterfinal for arsenal. that is how you draw a quarterfinalfor an fa arsenal. that is how you draw a quarterfinal for an fa cup. congratulations. just to let you know at home, the ties will be played over the weekend of the tenth until the 13th of march. what a draw for the quarterfinal of the fa cup. two mainlines from that, chelsea hosting manchester united. jose mourinho going to see his old club. also, the prospect of an all
non—league tie. sutton or arsenal will play tomorrow night. that will be live on bbc one. they could face lincoln. arsenal will want a say in that. i think most people will be pretty happy with those, especially lincoln. they could get a trip to the emirates stadium which would be wonderfulfor them as the emirates stadium which would be wonderful for them as well. so, time for a look at the games from today the action began holders manchester united had zlatan ibrahimovic as a substitute in their visit to blackburn rovers. in the end his introduction was the difference as they came from behind to beat the championship side by 2—1. patrick gearey watched the action. once upona once upon a time, not one ago, blackburn rovers were the best team
in the country, better even than manchester united. when you are lower down the beanstalk, it must seem like a fairy story. how is this for a modern leg modern twist, danny graham? great chance, cracking goal. you know it is good when even mourinho thinks so. it is easier to be generous when you have riches to fall back on. marcus rashford, balancing the accounts. no wonder he wa nted balancing the accounts. no wonder he wanted to crack on. a replay would add to their already crowded calendar. but rovers, second bottom of the second tier, proved able to frustrate and, even, frightened. mourinho showed his respect not by clapping but by changing. ibrahimovic and paul pogba, two of their brightest stars. 175 minutes, one found the other. ibrahimovic, wonderful finish! the one found the other. ibrahimovic, wonderfulfinish! the plan one found the other. ibrahimovic, wonderful finish! the plan worked, but blackburn never gave up hope of a counterpunch, a final scramble in the rain. for a second it seemed like they had their equaliser
through anthony stokes. the offside anthony stokes. yellow flag finally prompted blackburn's white one and united made it through the storm. more than good, they gave us a hard game. congratulations to them. their approach was brave, it was strong. a very correct game, martin had the game in his hands easily. but if we didn't have this professional attitude with everybody playing, focused and with responsibility, we would be in real trouble. at craven cottage earlier championship side fulham hosted spurs. unlike many of the premier league sides this weekend mauricio pochettino put out a strong team and they duly delivered. harry kane scored a hat—trick in their 3—0 win as david ornstein reports. ona on a weekend when the fa cup showed
the underdog always have a chance, 110w the underdog always have a chance, now fulham have their eyes on another surprise. this was their big day, but tottenham's big chance. perhaps the most realistic prospect ofa perhaps the most realistic prospect of a trophy, spurs were on song from the start. already denied a goal, christian eriksen then provided one. erickson, crossed to harry kane! he stretches to score. leading from the front, harry kane, the captain, tapped in, to put his side in control at the break. fulham have been warned, but failed to learn. eriksen, to kane, the same outcome. it hopes of an upset had faded, they we re it hopes of an upset had faded, they were soon gone. when harry kane is on form, few can stop him. he scores his hat—trick! on form, few can stop him. he scores his hat-trick! three goals and a place in the quarterfinals. job well done. when you are winning games, it gives you confidence. but it is never easy in the fa cup. we had to make sure we came here and did our
job, and we did that. leaving with the match ball today, he will hope to get his hands on the trophy in may. aberdeen scored two goals in ten minutes to beat kilmarnock. aberdeen were 1—0 down going into the last ten minutes before late goals from substitutes jayden stockley and peter pawlett sealed the points that will keep them in second. dundee are up to 6th in the scottish premiership after beating rangers 2—1 at home. goals from mark o'hara and kevin holt put the home side 2—0 up at half—time. rangers pulled a goal back with half hour to go throuthoe garner, but were unable to find an equaliser. a hat—trick of tries from wing joe burgess inspired wigan to their first world club challenge victory since 1994. the match pits the best in the northern hemisphere against the best in the southern and wigan beat nrl champions cronulla sharks, 22 points to 6. they become the first super league side to win the trophy in 5 years.
tim hague has more. get your gear on, guys. wigan‘s fourth club challenge title was up for grabs. the super league against the nrl and it was immense from the off. joe burgess previously played down under and quickly re—introduced himself. after an acrobatic first, no need to check the grounding on the second. they were well under way, but not before they tried to pull them back in range. a bit of hair, and some fisticuffs. no wonder they were agitated, they had two tries disallowed. the headaches only continued when wigan began the second half like the third. the sharks ended their wait for the title last season and they fought on, attempting a come back. the gap
was too wide, even more so when burgess got a hat—trick. what an afternoon for him. four time world clu b afternoon for him. four time world club champions. in rugby union, the premiership leaders wasps lost for only the third time this season. and on a day of hatricks, denny solomona crossed over three times in the first half for sale they remain 10th in the table despite the 34—28 win. wasps are 6 points clear at the top. in today's other match newcastle beat northampton to jump above them into seventh spot. scrum—half sonatane takulua scored three tries in the 46—31 win at kingston park. the welsh open snooker final is underway in cardiff. the world number 2 stuart bingham started very strongly againstjudd trump, who is ranked 11th in the world at the moment. bingham raced into a 4—0 lead but trump clawed his way back onto the match. bingham leads 5—3 after the afternoon session.
he is looking for his first ranking title since winning the world championship two years ago. it's the first to nine. hopes of a first medal for a british man at an alpine world championships ended in disappointment for dave ryding in the slalom in st moritz. the 30—year—old was well placed in fourth after his opening run, but he was more than two seconds slower on his second run. his 11th place was still the best performance by a male british skier in 32 years. bruce tasker and joel fearon managed a top ten finish in the two—man bob at the bobsleigh world championship in germany, which was won by the host nation. great britain were ninth going into the final run, but couldn't improve, finishing 63 hundredths of a second outside the medal places. before i go, let's
recap the quarterfinal draw. all eyes on the non—league sides. lot to come from the fa cup. that's all from sportsday. there'll be more sport on the bbc news channel throughout the evening. projectors have come a long way. we first meet team lab, the 400—strong digital art collective last year in japan. the team of artists programmers, engineers, cg animators, mathematicians and the like, love to make an impact and here at the pace london gallery, they're presenting eight of their most eye—popping pieces. as with the work in tokyo, the idea here combines motion censors and the projectors, which means you have a completely interactive piece that you can touch and change. the whole room has been fully calibrated so the sensors can detect where everyone in the installation is really, really accurately. the artwork, the project, the projections,
are calculated live. this is not prerecorded video. the pictures really do react to whatever you do while you're in the room. so, for example, i can... kill a butterfly. don't show this at home, kids. this room is called flowers bloom on people. with no—one in here, it's just a black room but if you sit around for a few minute, you'll find that nature starts to grow on you. now i would say this is pretty cutting—edge projector technology but marc cieslak has assured me he can give this a run for his money.