Strike duo net five points each in thrashing
Liverpool strikers Andy Carroll and Luis Suarez each scored five Fantasy League FA Cup points, for a goal and an assist apiece, in a 6-1 hammering of Championship side Brighton in the FA Cup fifth round.
Martin Skrtel was also on target, but Brighton were architects of their own downfall as they made FA Cup history by scoring three own goals in the game.
Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard picked up two assists, earning himself four points.
Everton winger Royston Drenthe also netted five points as he scored one and made the other in a 2-0 win over Blackpool.
Stoke defender Ryan Shawcross earned a clean sheet and assist, for five points, as they saw off League Two side Crawley Town.
Elsewhere, there Sunderland progressed to the quarter-finals with a win over Arsenal, Bolton beat Millwall, but Norwich were dumped out by Leicester, while Chelsea and Tottenham were held by lower league opposition.
Chelsea 1 Birmingham 1
David Murphy had put Birmingham in front, before Daniel Sturridge forced a replay when he excellently headed in Branislav Ivanovic's cross.
Crawley 0 Stoke 2
Jonathan Walters opened the scoring from the penalty spot, after Ryan Shawcross had been bundled over.
Peter Crouch's towering header, from Glenn Whelan's free-kick, sealed a quarter-final spot for the Premier League side.
Everton 2 Blackpool 0
Royston Drenthe curled Everton in front inside a minute after a neat lay-off from Marouane Fellaini.
Five minutes later Denis Stracqualursi doubled the lead when he controlled Drenthe's corner, which has been flicked on by Magaye Gueye, and slotted home.
Liverpool 6 Brighton 1
Martin Skrtel opened the scoring after five minutes when he got across the front of his marker to glance in Steven Gerrard's corner.
Kazenga Lua Lua briefly pulled Brighton level, before Liam Bridcutt inadvertently restored Liverpool's lead when Glen Johnson's effort had been cleared off the line only to hit the unfortunate midfielder and go into his own net.
Andy Carroll put the tie beyond doubt after the break with a first-time shot into the bottom corner of the net, after a cut-back from Stuart Downing.
The unfortunate Bridcutt was then at it again when he turned Gerrard's low cross into his own net to make it 4-1 with 20 minutes remaining.
Brighton defender Lewis Dunk then decided to get in on the act when he controlled Suarez's cross, which had been parried by the Brighton keeper, on his chest before trying to cushion in on his thigh, only for the ball to hit his knee and go in for Brighton's third own goal of the game.
Suarez completed the scoring five minutes from time when he converted from close-range after Carroll had headed a cross back into the danger area.
Millwall 0 Bolton 2
On-loan Arsenal youngster Ryo Miyaichi scored four minutes into his full Bolton debut, running onto a quick free-kick by Sam Ricketts and finishing brilliantly.
David Ngog sealed the win, receiving a pass from Tuncay and using the Turk's run as a decoy, he fired low into the bottom corner of the net from the edge of the box.
Norwich 1 Leicester 2
Sean St Ledger nodded Leicester in front early on before Wes Hoolahan levelled from the spot for Norwich, at the second time of asking, after Elliott Bennett was fouled.
David Nugent put Leicester into the last eight though, with an excellent run and shot 19 minutes from time.
Stevenage 0 Tottenham 0
Sunderland 2 Arsenal 0
Kieran Richardson opened the scoring with an excellent volley, hitting a first-time shot into the corner of the net after it had been headed clear by an Arsenal defender.
An own goal from Alex Chamberlain sealed Arsenal's fate, the youngster getting his feet in a mess to turn the ball into his own net after Sebastian Larsson's effort had come back off the post.