Chelsea were merciless, knocking five past a lackluster Manchester City.
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London sides Chelsea and West Ham both reached the quarterfinals of the FA Cup Sunday as city rivals Tottenham Hotspur were knocked out by fellow capital club Crystal Palace. Martin Kelly was Palace's hero at White Hart Lane as his first goal for the south London side – and first for anyone since he scored 1,545 days previously for Liverpool at Chelsea in November 2011 – on the stroke of halftime proved the difference.Chelsea, who beat an under-strength Manchester City 5-1 at Stamford Bridge, are away to Everton in a repeat of the 2009 FA Cup final which the Blues won during current caretaker boss Guus Hiddink's first spell as interim manager.Chelsea went ahead through Diego Costa's 35th-minute header but City's David Faupala equalized two minutes later.Ben Marshall put Rovers ahead in the 20th minute but West Ham equalized just six minutes later through Victor Moses.
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