Callum Hudson-Odoi scored one goal and made another as Chelsea beat Nottingham Forest in their FA Cup third-round tie.
The hosts only needed six minutes to score as Hudson-Odoi cut in from the right and shot into the bottom corner.
Forest, fourth in the Championship, were then awarded a penalty but, after a lengthy video assistant referee delay, the decision was reversed.
Chelsea soon had a second goal when Hudson-Odoi’s shot was parried with Ross Barkley scoring from close range.
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The Blues, who have won the FA Cup on eight occasions, will find out their fourth-round opponents on Monday.
Meanwhile, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said his team’s performance was “sensationally good” as Curtis Jones’ stunning winner earned the Reds a fully deserved FA Cup third-round victory and extended Everton’s miserable record of Anfield failure.
Klopp made nine changes from the side that increased their Premier League lead to 13 points with victory over Sheffield United on Thursday – including three debutants in Takumi Minamino, Nathaniel Phillips and substitute Yasser Larouci.
And it was 18-year-old Jones who grabbed the Merseyside derby glory with a magnificent curling 25-yard drive after 71 minutes. The Toffees remain without a win at their rivals since September 1999.
Lastly, West Ham overcame a spirited performance from League One side Gillingham to advance to the fourth round of the FA Cup.
Gillingham’s Brandon Hanlan’s fierce effort was well saved at close range by Hammers goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski.
But West Ham improved, with Sebastien Haller hitting the inside of the post after wasting an earlier one-on-one.
Pablo Zabaleta scored with a low strike 16 minutes from the end before Pablo Fornals added a second in injury-time.
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