Fulham [ Images ] crushed Premier League rivals Tottenham Hotspur [ Images ] 4-0, 10-man Arsenal [ Images ] scraped a 2-1 win over League One Huddersfield and big-spending Manchester City [ Images ] drew 1-1 with Notts County in the FA Cup fourth round on Sunday.
Tottenham, fifth in the Premier League and looking forward to the Champions League [ Images ] knockout stages, conceded two penalties and a red card in the first 14 minutes at Craven Cottage and were 4-0 down to Fulham by halftime.
Arsenal played just over half the match a man down after Sebastien Squillaci was sent off and they were being held by (third division) Huddersfield until Cesc Fabregas [ Images ] came off the bench to score an 86th-minute penalty.
Manchester City needed a goal from Edin Dzeko 10 minutes from time to earn a 1-1 draw at third division Notts County while Nenad Milijas missed a last-minute penalty for Wolverhampton Wanderers as his side lost 1-0 to Stoke City [ Images ].
Nigeria striker Victor Obinna hit a hat-trick as West Ham United beat Nottingham Forest 3-2.
The fifth-round draw also took place on Sunday and produced a classic tie as Crawley, the first minor league club to reach the last 16 for 17 years, were handed a dream trip to Manchester United [ Images ].
Orient were also rewarded for two upset wins with a home tie against Arsenal and holders Chelsea [ Images ], should they win their home replay with Everton, will host Reading.
At Fulham, Tottenham's Alan Hutton felled Clint Dempsey [ Images ] to allow Danny Murphy to slot the opening spot kick after 10 minutes and four minutes later Michael Dawson also pulled back Dempsey, earning a red card, giving Murphy the chance to net his second penalty.
Brede Hangeland [ Images ] tapped in the third and, after shambolic defending by Spurs, semi-finalists last season, Moussa Dembele lashed in a superb fourth.
Nicklas Bendtner's [ Images ] deflected shot after 22 minutes had Arsenal seemingly cruising but things changed when Squillaci was sent off three minutes before halftime for a professional foul.
Huddersfield made all the running after that and, after a series of near-misses and good saves by Manuel Almunia [ Images ], they levelled with a header from a corner by Alan Lee.
Arsenal had needed a stoppage-time penalty to earn a 1-1 home draw with Leeds United in the last round and were handed a similar escape route when Bendtner was shoved and Fabregas, on for the last 20 minutes, dispatched the spot kick.
Wenger [ Images ] was pleased with the "tough win" but was more concerned with a hamstring injury to Samir Nasri, who is now doubtful for the Champions League match against Barcelona [ Images ] on Feb. 16.
"I took the gamble on Nasri -- it backfired... he looks to have a serious hamstring injury," Wenger said. "Usually it is three weeks, I think he will miss the Barcelona game."
Manchester City, the richest club in soccer, were in danger of humiliation as Notts County, struggling in League One and with a squad made up predominantly of free transfers and trainees, matched their millionaire rivals in every department.County deserved their 60th-minute lead via Neal Bishop's glancing header and were untroubled at the back until Micah Richards [ Images ] escaped down the right and crossed for 27 million-pound ($42.86 million) signing Dzeko to volley the equaliser.