Wolves, Palace and Swansea reach the FA Cup last eight
Wolves impressive season continued as they moved into the quarter-finals of the FA Cup with a 1-0 victory at Championship Bristol City.
Portuguese Ivan Cavaleiro slotted home clinically in the 28th minute after great work by Matt Doherty and it was enough for Wolves to reach the last eight for the first time since 2003.
After a mass exodus of Premier League clubs in the previous two rounds, Wolves continued a good weekend for the big boys which saw Manchester City, Brighton & Hove Albion, Watford and Crystal Palace all send lower-league opposition packing.
Palace were far too good on Sunday for third-tier Doncaster Rovers, with first-half goals by Jeffrey Schlupp and Max Meyer securing a 2-0 win to send Roy Hodgson's side into the last eight for only the second time in 24 years.
Schlupp ran through to fire home in the eighth minute and Meyer's effort on the stroke of halftime deflated the hosts who had hoped for a first-ever run to the last eight.
In the day's other fifth-round tie, Swansea City recovered from a halftime deficit at home to fellow Championship outfit Brentford to win 4-1 at the Liberty Stadium.
Bersant Celina's free kick rebounded off the post and in off keeper Luke Daniel to level it up before a wonderful solo goal by Daniel James put the Welsh club ahead.
With Brentford down to 10 men after a red card for Ezri Konsa, Celina made it 3-1 and George Byers added a late fourth goal to seal a second successive quarter-final appearance for the Swans.Published: by Radio NewsHub