black burn sad Leicester Reaching the FA quarterfinals for the first time since 2015 with a 2-1 win at King Power Stadium.

Tyrhys Dolan and Sammie Szmodics took advantage of the depressing defense against the Foxes to upset the 2021 Cup winners as the 200th game of Leicester in four years of Brendan Rodgers’ reign ended in defeat.

Kelechi Iheanacho pulled back a goal but that wasn’t enough to prevent another frustrating night in a bad season for Leicester.

Phil Foden scores two goals Manchester City Defeated Bristol City 3-0 at Ashton Gate.

Foden made the finish in the middle of Riyad Mahrez, with Pep Guardiola’s team leading only seven minutes, but had to wait to increase their lead as the hosts struggled and created their own opportunities.

But Foden put the draw beyond doubt with a deflecting shot from Max O’Leary at the 74th minute before Kevin De Bruyne made a third insertion from distance soon after.

Manor Solomon’s fourth goal in multiple games helped Fulham He took the lead after beating Leeds 2-0.

Solomon scored with a good curling effort, but it was the second best hit of the night after Joao Palhinha’s stun from afar.

Leeds, showing signs of improvement under Javi Gracia, thought early on that they had taken the lead with Georginho Rutter’s first goal for the club, but referee Christopher Kavanagh quickly dismissed it due to a soft foul in the area and VAR did not commit. intervene.

Teen Evan Ferguson fired Brighton He advanced to the quarter-finals with enough goals to give Stoke a 1-0 away win.

The 18-year-old Brighton international hit the half-hour mark with his fifth goal for the Seagulls.

Manchester United defender Axel Tuanzebe, who made his debut for Stoke, approached the equalization after the break, as Brighton’s Danny Welbeck hit the post in the stoppage.