Lingard celebrates after slotting in the third goal on 61 minutes.
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Manchester United cruised into the FA Cup quarterfinals with a 3-0 win at Shrewsbury Monday that at least temporarily eased the mounting pressure on Louis van Gaal. Chris Smalling, Juan Mata and Jesse Lingard netted the goals as United wrapped up a businesslike victory against their third tier hosts to secure a last eight date with West Ham United at Old Trafford.United, humbled by Sunderland and then FC Midtjylland in their last two matches, took 37 minutes to make the breakthrough, but once Smalling opened the scoring the result never looked in doubt.United made a hash of their next chance to test Leutwiler after Jermaine Grandison was penalized for a foul on Depay 20 yards from goal.United were still making all the running and Depay made another bid to get on the scoresheet when he cut inside and let fly with a shot that deflected behind for a corner.
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