The substitutes made the difference as both Chelsea and Arsenal won away from home to advance to the FA Cup semi-finals on Sunday.
Chelsea midfielder Ross Berkeley turned Willian midway through the second half to lead Australia to a 1-0 win at Leicester.
Spanish midfielder Danny Ceballos was involved as an injury-timer during the 2-1 win over Sheffield United, who had two goals offside in a video replay. David McGoldrick dismissed Seblos with a low shot just four minutes after equalizing from close range.
Later Sunday, the cup holder was away from Manchester City Newcastle.
At Bramble Lane, forward Nicolas Pep’s penalty led Arsenal to the lead in the middle of the first half, after United midfielder John Lundstrom’s early refusal to head offside. Header United defender John Egan was also sent off early in the second half.
Arsenal have won more FA Cups than Manchester United on Saturday, reaching the semifinals 2-1 in extra time against ten-man Norwich on Saturday.
In Sunday’s only Premier League game, striker Danny Ince scored twice to reach 18 goals as Southampton won 3-1 at Watford.
In each of the scores, the English went ahead with a goal, leaving top scorer Jamie Verdi behind, who is leaning towards third-placed Leicester.
Southampton moved up one place to 13th and it is clear from a comfortable 13-point relegation zone but 1st 16th Watford are one point above the drop zone with six games remaining.