Odion Ighalo scored twice as Manchester United beat second tier Derby County 3-0 on Thursday to reach the FA Cup quarter-finals and leave their all-time top scorer Wayne Rooney on the losing side.
United will travel to Norwich City in the last eight after the Premier League's bottom club beat Tottenham Hotspur on penalties on Wednesday.
Derby started well but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men took control when defender Luke Shaw broke the deadlock in the 33rd minute with a shot that bounced off the turf and over goalkeeper Kelle Roos.
Shaw then provided the assist for Ighalo to muscle through and poke home United's second four minutes before halftime.
The 30-year-old Nigerian striker, who arrived at Old Trafford in January on loan till the end of the season from China's Shanghai Shenhua, doubled his tally in the 70th minute with a left-footed shot off a rebound.
"As long as my team-mates believe in me, the boss believes in me and the fans believe in me, I just have to keep going," said Ighalo, who has now scored three goals from two starts.
Rooney, who joined Derby this season after a stint with MLS side DC United, had a great chance to equalise but the midfielder's 36th-minute free kick drew a fingertip save from United keeper Sergio Romero.
The bearded 34-year-old was then booked for a hard tackle on Scott McTominay.
"There were some scary moments there," Solskjaer told BT Sport. "Early on I didn't think we played particularly well but of course when you get two goals the way we did that was pleasing.
"A nice goal again from Odion and fantastic save by Sergio from Wayne's free kick.
"It's great for us to have Odion to call upon. He's a different type of striker, he holds it up well."
United, 12 times FA Cup winners and one off Arsenal's record 13, were without captain Harry Maguire, who rolled his ankle in training.
"I wasn't going to rest him today but it's one of those things that happens," said Solskjaer. "I think he'll be alright, he'll be fine."
United host local rivals City, the FA Cup holders, in Sunday's Premier League Manchester derby.
England international Shaw put in a man of the match performance and was having nothing of claims the ball had gone in off Jesse Lingard.
"No chance, he can't claim that. Whatever happens I am claiming it," he said.
"The most important thing is the win and another clean sheet for the boys. We are in a very confident period. Massive game on Sunday, we are looking forward to that one."