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Who was your Sheffield United man of the match?

Sheffield United booked their place in the last eight of the FA Cup and we want to know your blades man of the match against Nottingham Forest.

A stirring second half team performance saw United turn around a half time deficit to beat Forest 3-1 and inflict a first defeat on the championship promotion chasers since November.

Substitute Chris Porter proved to be the match winner as he came off the bench with just three minutes remaining but scored twice to set up a possible steel city derby in the last eight.

So who was your man of the match?
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Writer: S2 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday February 16 2014

Time: 8:37PM

Your Comments

Jamie Murphy - I think he has been a different player since the arrival of Clough. I thought he could have been on his way a few months ago but he looks like a new player now.
S2 Blades
Agreed, Murphy by a mile. His wing play frightened Forest all afternoon. Great to see two wingers working, but playing Baxter up front doesn't work with the keeper kicking long.
gloucblade
Murphy, Murphy, Murphy, Murphy!!
BilboBlade
Howards saves were important, and his defence looked more assured with his command of his box. He handled well and caught rather than punched. Long will benefit from the rest, but I hope he is learning from watching the experienced keeper bossing his box and talking to his back four.
BilboBlade
 

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