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United will travel to Norwich City in the last eight after the Premier League's bottom club beat Tottenham Hotspur on penalties on Wednesday. - Stream FA Cup matches on ESPN+ Derby started well but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men took control derby county vs man utd defender Luke Shaw broke the deadlock in the 33rd minute with a shot that bounced off the turf and over goalkeeper Kelle Roos.
Editor's Picks • Man United's FA Cup run reflects well on Solskjaer 2 Related Shaw then provided the assist for Ighalo to muscle through and poke home United's second four minutes before halftime.
The 30-year-old Nigerian striker, who arrived at Old Trafford in January on loan till the end of the season from China's Shanghai Shenhua, doubled his tally in the 70th minute with a left-footed shot off a rebound. "As long as my teammates believe in me, the boss believes in me and the fans believe in me, I just have to keep going," said Ighalo, who has now scored three goals from two starts.
Rooney, who joined Derby this season derby county vs man utd a stint with MLS side DC United, had a great chance to equalise but the midfielder's 36th-minute free kick drew a fingertip save from United keeper Sergio Romero.
The bearded 34-year-old was then booked for a hard tackle on Scott McTominay. "There were some scary moments there," Solskjaer told BT Sport. "Early on I didn't think we played particularly well but of course when you get two goals the way we did that was pleasing. "A nice goal again from Odion and fantastic save by Sergio from Wayne's free kick.
"It's great for us to have Odion to call upon.
He's a different type of striker, he holds it up well." United, 12 times FA Cup winners and one off Arsenal's record 13, were without captain Harry Maguire, who rolled his ankle in training. "I wasn't going to rest him today but it's one of those things that happens," said Solskjaer. "I think he'll be alright, he'll be fine." United host local rivals City, the FA Cup holders, in Sunday's Premier League Manchester derby. England international Shaw put in a man of the match performance and was having nothing of claims the ball had gone in off Jesse Lingard.
"No chance, he can't claim that. Whatever happens I am claiming it," he said. "The most important thing is the win and another clean sheet for the boys. We are in a very confident period. Massive game on Sunday, we are looking forward to that one." • Facebook • Twitter • Facebook Messenger • • Email
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer ensured his squad got a proper run-out but still secured a positive result, with Tahith Chong and Facundo Pellistri scoring the goals, both from the right-wing berth.
Colin Kazim-Richards pulled one back on 70 minutes but the Reds were worthy winners in sweltering conditions at Pride Park, in front of a noisy band of travelling supporters. FIRST HALF - CHONG ON TARGET Debutant Tom Heaton quickly showed his worth in derby county vs man utd with a top-drawer save to deny defender Curtis Davies as the Rams settled quicker in the warm temperatures. The Reds started to gain some control, with left-winger Anthony Elanga often an outlet with his pace causing problems.
A breakthrough arrived on 18 minutes, when Max Bird was dispossessed by Chong in a dangerous position.
The winger advanced on goal and, when his attempt at a dinked finish ricocheted off keeper Kelle Roos and back off him into his path, the Netherlands Under-21 international was left with a simple tap-in. The Rams appealed in vain for handball and the goal stood. Derby responded and former Academy graduate Tom Lawrence, who has been named their new club captain, headed over a clear opening at the far post. Heaton then worked wonders again to produce a fine stop to repel Phil Jagielka's flick, with the home supporters ready to acclaim an equaliser.
Mason Greenwood embarked on a promising run that led to a shot deflecting over off Lee Buchanan as the first half drew to a close. SECOND HALF - PELLISTRI STRIKES After Ole made nine changes at the interval, there was another incident when most of the crowd thought a goal was coming as Andreas Pereira rolled a free-kick to Alex Telles and his shot appeared to have gone in, only derby county vs man utd nick off the wall and bounce off the hoardings and behind the net.
The ball was in the back of the net, though, when Shola Shoretire supplied a killer through ball for Pellistri to latch onto, round the keeper and slot home in confident fashion for his maiden goal in the Reds' first team.
Di'Shon Bernard headed off target before Derby got back into the game, courtesy of Kazim-Richards, who buried a low shot past Lee Grant's right hand. Kazim-Richards led another raid soon afterwards and passed to Isaac Hutchinson, who flashed his finish just wide.
It was almost 3-1 when Jesse Lingard's brilliant belter from the edge of the box cannoned off the bar, while Hannibal also had penalty claims waved away as United looked to wrap up the victory. There were few scares at the other end, although Will Fish made one important clearing header. MATCH DETAILS Derby starting XI: Roos; Byrne, Davies, Jagielka, Buchanan; Shinnie, Bird; Lawrence (C), Morrison, Aluko; Baldock. United: Heaton (Grant 46); Wan-Bissaka (Galbraith 46), Tuanzebe (Fish 61), Mengi (Bernard 61), Williams (Telles 46); Garner (Matic 46), Levitt (Andreas 46); Chong (Pellistri 46), Mata (c) (Lingard 46), Elanga (Shoretire 46); Greenwood (Hugill 46 (Hannibal 79)).
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Player ratings Derby County: Roos (6), Bogle (6), Forsyth (6), Evans (6), Lowe (6), Knight (6), Sibley (7), Bird (6), Rooney (7), Lawrence (6), Waghorn (6). Subs:Whittaker (6), Marriott (6), Shinnie (6). Manchester United: Romero (8), Dalot (7), Lindelof (6), Bailly (7), Shaw (8), Fred (7), McTominay (7), Mata (8), Fernandes (7), Lingard (6), Ighalo (8). Subs: Pereira (6), Martial (6), Williams (6).
Man of the Match: Odion Ighalo How Man Utd progressed to the quarters Derby, mid-table in the Championship, had hoped for better having come into it unbeaten in front of their own fans since before Christmas and there were positives early on.
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Also See: • Maguire is derby doubt • Solskjaer hails Ighalo impact • FA Cup quarter-final draw • Find out more about Sky Sports But much of the slicker work from the outset came from the Premier League team with Bruno Fernandes and Juan Mata at the heart of United's good build-up play.
A poor touch from Max Lowe allowed Ighalo to sneak in between two markers but his powerful shot struck goalkeeper Kelle Roos and Derby went unpunished. Team news Kelle Roos returned to the Derby team as their FA Cup goalkeeper, while Max Lowe, Louie Sibley and George Evans all returned to the side too.
The big news, however, was that Wayne Rooney was in the starting line-up and wearing the captainâ€™s armband against the club with whom he won this competition in 2016. Sergio Romero and Odion Ighalo were restored to the team having also played in the 5-0 win over Club Brugge but Harry Maguire missed out at the back because of a minor problem.
Even with a big game against Manchester City looming at the weekend, United named new favourite Bruno Fernandes in the starting line-up. The shots kept coming and moments later United had their breakthrough goal. Jesse Lingard and Fernandes both had efforts blocked in the same phase of play before Shaw's attempt bounced into the ground and over the head of Roos.
Pride Park was left stunned and Derby needed to regroup but instead, Phillip Cocu's side found themselves two down before the interval. Ighalo showed great strength inside the penalty box before depositing the ball low into the corner of the net for his second goal in just his second start since arriving last month. • Find out more about Sky Sports • Live football on Sky Sports When Tom Lawrence was forced off injured, all hope seemed lost as the United fans sang of Wembley but Max Bird and Martyn Waghorn did go close early in the second half.
It was Solskjaer's side doing most of the pushing though with Fernandes' clever ball almost earning the impressive Shaw his second goal of the game.
Instead, it was Ighalo who became the two-goal hero after seizing upon Mata's pass and blasting the ball past Roos left-footed at the second time of asking. There was still time for substitute Jack Marriott to force a fine save from Romero but any prospect of a comeback had long since disappeared by that point. Image: Derby's Wayne Rooney in action against Manchester United's Jesse Lingard All that remained was for the visiting fans to hail their former hero Rooney and there was the tantalising prospect of some late excitement when Derby won a free-kick.
"If Rooney scores, we're on the pitch," chanted the away fans and it felt as if everyone in the ground wanted him to score - with the exception of Romero who tipped his fierce strike over the bar. It was a night when Manchester United had one eye on the past - and another on a future trip to Wembley. What the managers said Phillip Cocu: "The derby county vs man utd in speed of passing, the limited time you have when you receive ball, for our team, and especially the youngsters, it was a great experience.
In the end, you have to give credit to Manchester United. They deserved the win. They were much better than we were.
But I think we deserved a goal." Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: "I was very pleased with the performance and very pleased to go through. You never know away from home, being the favourites and having [Manchester] City on Sunday, how that will affect the mindset but it was professional. "We have found form. We are defending well. Clean sheets, that's massive for us. It's seven in nine, that's important, and the two we have conceded we shouldn't have conceded.
I have got good players and they are in form." Analysis: Rooney Watch Wayne Rooney would have dreamed of scoring the winner and upsetting Manchester United in his new home, but it wasn't to be for the Derby skipper.
There was adoration from all sides of the ground, with the visiting contingent from Man Utd particularly vocal throughout the second half. Rooney will know more than anyone, though, that it would have been different if his Derby side had been able to compete with their visitors.
That does not mean there were not moments of magic from Rooney and there were plenty of times you could see his quality on the ball, as well as the desire he's always had.
Image: Juan Mata consoles Wayne Rooney after Manchester United's win The two free-kicks were the moments when the crowd held their breath and just wondered if there was to be a standout moment, but that was not the only time he was at the centre of proceedings. An early tackle brought a huge roar from the home crowd, while one later in the half stopped a breakaway United attack in its tracks and earned Rooney a booking.
Far from the first of his career.
Shortly after tracking back into the box and intercepting a Bruno Fernandes ball that looked set to be swept home by Juan Mata, there was a wonderfully weighted ball between Victor Lindelof and Luke Shaw that found Jack Marriott, whose first-time effort forced Sergio Romero into a smart save. Surrounded by fresh-faced teenagers, a 34-year-old Rooney is far derby county vs man utd from the man who scored more than 250 goals for United during his time from Old Trafford.
But as the visiting faithful labelled Rooney "The White Pele", there were moments when everyone remembered his glorious past. Matt Storey Man of the Match: Odion Ighalo After marking his first Manchester United start with a goal against Club Brugge, Ighalo's second start brought two more goals to see off Derby.
The former Watford striker was derided as a panic buy before he had even kicked a ball but even panic buys can come good and the Nigerian has already shown what he can in front of goal. "He is doing what it says on the tin and what we asked for when we signed him," said Solskjaer afterwards.
"He is experienced and he has scored goals all of his career. He is in and around the box, he reads it, he sniffs out where the chances will come.
I think that striker is vital for a team." FULL QUOTES FROM SOLSKJAER ON IGHALO Opta stats • Manchester United's victory means that all eight quarter-finalists in this season's FA Cup are Premier League clubs, only the fifth season to see the last eight remaining sides in the competition all from the top-flight, after 1894-95, 1895-96, 1995-96 and 2005-06.
• Manchester United have won each of their last nine FA Cup meetings with Derby County, a run of victories stretching back to March 1948. • Derby County have failed to win each of their last 13 home games against top-flight clubs in the FA Cup when the Rams themselves were playing outside of the top tier (D5 L8), including three defeats to Man Utd in this spell. • Manchester United are unbeaten in nine matches across all competitions (W6 D3), keeping seven clean sheets and conceding just two goals in total in this run.
What's next? Derby are back in Championship action on Sunday as they play host derby county vs man utd Blackburn Rovers at Pride Park. That game is available on Sky Sports Football on the red button.
Manchester United are in action against rivals Manchester City at Old Trafford.
That is a 4.30pm kick-off on Sunday with live coverage on Sky Sports Premier League from 4pm.