Manchester United have been drawn against Cambridge United in the fourth round of the FA Cup.
The Old Trafford club progressed to the fourth round of the competition by beating Yeovil Town 2-0 in the third round on Sunday afternoon.
The League One side were tough for the Red Devils to break down initially, and it took until after half time for the deadlock to be broken.
That was done in spectacular fashion by Spain international Ander Herrera, who turned and hit a bouncing ball on the half volley past Yeovil’s goalkeeper in front of the Man Utd fans.
He was then booked for his celebrations.
The game was then wrapped up by Angel Di Maria, who completed a swooping counter attack by scoring their second goal.
They now travel to Cambridge for the fourth round of the competition, another tough tie against a lower league side who could offer a threat to their hopes of winning the FA Cup this season, something the club have not done for over 10 years.