Check out the stats from Sunday’s three FA Cup fifth-round ties, which saw West Ham, Crystal Palace and Chelsea progress to the last eight…
West Ham are unbeaten in 12 games in all competitions against Blackburn Rovers (W7 D5).
Dimitri Payet has had a hand in 17 goals in all competitions for West Ham this season (nine goals, eight assists), nine more than any other player.
Ben Marshall has scored in every round of the FA Cup he has appeared in this season, netting four goals in the process. Prior to this run, Marshall had scored in just one of his previous 13 FA Cup appearances.
West Ham scored as many goals against Blackburn (5) as they did in 11 previous away FA Cup games.
Victor Moses has scored in each of the last four editions of the FA Cup, with each strike coming for a different team (West Ham, Stoke City, Liverpool, Chelsea).
Emmanuel Emenike scored his first ever goals for West Ham United in what was his third appearance.
Martin Kelly scored his first goal since scoring for Liverpool at Chelsea in November 2011 (1545 days ago).
Kelly is the fourth Crystal Palace defender to score in all competitions this season, along with Scott Dann, Damien Delaney and Joel Ward.
Wilfried Zaha registered his third assist of the season, setting up Kelly’s opening goal.
Palace have won their last four away FA Cup games after winning just four of their previous 16 before that.
Spurs failed to score in a home FA Cup tie for the first time since March 2002, a 4-0 quarter-final defeat to Chelsea.
Palace have reached the quarter-final for only the sixth time in their history and for the first time since 1994/95.
Guus Hiddink has never lost an FA Cup match with Chelsea (P6 W6 D0 L0), guiding them to the trophy in 2009.
Manchester City conceded five goals in an FA Cup game for the first time since January 2000 (2-5 v Leeds United).
David Faupala scored on his first ever senior appearance in English football.
Diego Costa has scored seven goals in his last seven games in all competitions at Stamford Bridge.
Eden Hazard has scored and assisted in both of his two FA Cup appearances this season (two goals, three assists in total).
Eden Hazard has assisted two goals in a game (all comps) for Chelsea for the first time since March 2014.
Chelsea (8) have scored more direct free-kicks than any other team in Europe’s top five leagues (all competitions).