Vincent Kompany qualified for the knockout stages of the FA Cup on Tuesday. The club trained by the former Red Devil, leader of the Championship, won 2-1 against Ipswich in the round of 16.
Ameen Al-Dakhil played the entire game for Les Clarets, who won in added time. Former Standarman Samuel Bastien was replaced in the 69th minute, while former Anderlechtois Josh Cullen came on in the 69th. South African Lyle Foster, transferred this winter from Westerlo, started the match before going out in the 88th.
In the round of 16, Burnley will face Fleetwood in March, a D3 team that eliminated Sheffield Wednesday on Tuesday.
It was Cup night also in the Netherlands, where Utrecht won 1-2 after extra time on the lawn of AZ, 2nd in the championship, in the round of 16. Othman Boussaid started the game in the ranks of Utrecht. After giving the assist to Viergever on the 0-1 goal in the 58th minute, the player trained at Lierse gave way to Jensen at the end of extra time (115th).