QPR 0 Chelsea 1: Mata on the spot as Blues win controversial FA Cup clash
Juan Mata fired Chelsea into the draw for the fifth round of the FA Cup as Chelsea sealed a narrow 1-0 win over rivals Queens Park Rangers.
Mata scored from the spot with 62 minutes gone after the away side were controversially awarded a penalty when Clint Hill was adjudged to have fouled Daniel Sturridge.
The build up to Saturday's lunch-time kick-off was dominated by John Terry and Anton Ferdinand as the duo faced each other for the first time since October's race row – and both players started despite Ferdinand receiving a death threat on Friday.
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Juan nil: Mata scored from the spot after Sturridge was adjudged to have been fouled in the penalty area
Controversial: The away side were awarded a spot-kick after Sturridge went down in QPR's penalty area
Face off: Terry and Ferdinand meet for the first time since October's race row