Burnley boss Vincent Kompany faces a reunion with former club Manchester City in the FA Cup quarter-final.

The Belgian had a memorable 11-year spell at City as a player, captaining the side to multiple league titles.

The Clarets will make the trip to the Etihad after seeing off League One side Fleetwood thanks to Connor Roberts’ late winner.

The visitors played the second half with 10 men after Cian Hayes was sent off for a high challenge on Josh Cullen.

Kompany’s side have also overcome Bournemouth and Ipswich in the earlier rounds of the historic competition.

They now face a tough test against last season’s Premier League champions, with the winner advancing to a Wembley semi-final.

City currently sit second in the top flight, having lost just four league games since the start of the campaign.

Pep Guardiola’s side beat Bristol City 3-0 on Tuesday night, with Phil Foden bagging a brace and Kevin de Bruyne also getting on the scoresheet.

Elsewhere, Blackburn make the trip to Sheffield United, Manchester United host Fulham and Brighton take on Grimsby.

Burnley were beaten 2-0 on their last trip to the Etihad, with De Bruyne and Bernardo Silva both on target that day.

The draw was conducted by former England striker Alan Shearer live on BBC One.

Quarter-final ties are scheduled to be played across the weekend of Saturday, March 18.

FA Cup quarter-final draw in full

  • Manchester City v Burnley
  • Manchester United v Fulham
  • Brighton v Grimsby
  • Sheffield United v Blackburn

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