- Associated Press - Monday, February 24, 2014

LONDON (AP) - Hull will host Premier League rival Sunderland in the quarterfinals of the FA Cup after beating Brighton 2-1 Monday night.

Curtis Davies scored in the 13th minute and Robert Koren in the 35th of the fifth round-replay against the second-tier club.

Leonardo Ulloa scored for Brighton in the 68th minute.

Completing the quarterfinal field, Charlton beat Sheffield Wednesday 2-1.

In other quarterfinals on March 8-9, Arsenal hosts Everton, Sheffield United, hosts Charlton, and Manchester City hosts defending champion Wigan.


MILAN (AP) - Matias Fernandez scored on a free kick in the 85th minute, giving Fiorentina a 2-2 draw at Parma in a Serie A match that included three red cards.

Antonio Cassano put Parma ahead in the 39th, but Juan Cuadrado tied the score two minutes later with a sliding shot off Alessandro Matri’s cross. Parma, unbeaten in a team-record 13 matches, regained the lead when Amauri converted a penalty kick against his former team six minutes into the second half after Nenad Tomovic fouled Jonathan Biabiany.

Fiorentina’s Mobido Diakite was ejected in the 53rd minute for his second yellow card. Parma’s Gianni Munari and Fiorentina’s Borja Valero were given red cards following a stoppage-time brawl.

Napoli was held to a 1-1 draw by visiting Genoa, which tied the score when Emanuele Calaio scored on a free kick in the 84th minute against his parent club. Gonzalo Higuain had scored his 13th league goal this season in the 18th minute, chipping goalkeeper Mattia Perin following a through ball from Marek Hamsik.

Napoli (15-4-6) is third with 51 points, six ahead of Fiorentina (13-6-6) for the Italy’s final Champions League berth.

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