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 By PA Sport

Fabio Da Silva relishing Boro's 'big opportunity' to win FA Cup

Aitor Karanka calls on Middlesbrough to retain their momentum after surviving a scare against Oxford United.
Has the FA Cup lost its magic? Shaka Hislop certainly feels that could be the case with how it's played out this season.

Fabio Da Silva is convinced rumours of the FA Cup's demise have been greatly exaggerated as he dreams of a first ever trip to the final.

The full-back, a losing semifinalist with Manchester United in 2009, played his part as Middlesbrough edged past League One Oxford into the quarterfinals with an eventful 3-2 victory at the Riverside Stadium on Saturday.

Boro avoided a shock -- although they needed a late winner from Cristhian Stuani to spare their blushes following a spirited fightback which had...

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Middlesbrough's Cristhian Stuani praised by Karanka after Oxford winner

Aitor Karanka calls on Middlesbrough to retain their momentum after surviving a scare against Oxford United.

Aitor Karanka hailed unsung hero Cristhian Stuani after seeing him come from off the bench to help Middlesbrough beat League One side Oxford 3-2 in the FA Cup fifth round.

Stuani's 86th-minute winner at the Riverside Stadium ended the visitors' hopes of a replay after they had fought their way back from 2-0 down.

The Uruguay international's goal against Brighton in the final game of last season secured Boro's return to the top flight and he was on hand once again to earn the plaudits of the Boro...

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Everton's Koeman: Draw a 'fair result for both teams' in tough conditions

Ronald Koeman says his side controlled the game, but needed to turn that into scoring chances, which they lacked severely.

Everton boss Ronald Koeman bemoaned Romelu Lukaku's inability to equal his club's Premier League goal scoring record after a goalless draw against Middlesbrough at the Riverside Stadium.

Lukaku's four-goal haul against Bournemouth last week moved him within one more of matching Duncan Ferguson's mark of 60 but he missed a glorious first-half chance when he shot straight at Boro keeper Victor Valdes.

Koeman said: "It was difficult for him because he will always get his chance and he had a big one.

"But...