Video - Randolph the hero as West Ham force Liverpool replay

SoccerBy Kevin Palmer
Another game added to Klopp's busy schedule
Another game added to Klopp's busy schedule

Republic of Ireland keeper Darren Randolph confirmed he was ready for Euro 2016 duty with a sparkling display in the 0-0 draw against Liverpool in the FA Cup fourth round tie at Anfield.

Randolph pulled off a string of stunning saves to deny a much-changed Liverpool team a win, with his efforts certain to have pleased Republic of Ireland boss Martin O'Neill.

There have been concerns that Randolph's lack of match time at West Ham could affect his sharpness as he looks to hold on to the Ireland No.1 jersey, but he was hugely impressive as he made only his second start for the Hammers since mid-September.

If it was a good night for Randolph, it was not so positive for Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp, as his hectic fixture list had another game added to it and he seemed less than happy in his BT Sport interview.

The less than thrilling events at Anfield summed up a low-key day of FA Cup action, as holders Arsenal and their North London rivals Tottenham moved into the last 16 with wins against Burnley and Colchester respectively.

Teenager Kelechi Iheanacho was the Manchester City hero as the 2011 winners enjoyed a 4-0 romp at Aston Villa, while Wilfried Zaha's 17th-minute strike decided the all-Premier League battle with Stoke.

The Championship division will be well represented in the fifth round with Leeds, Blackburn, Hull and Reading all going through, while League One side Peterborough produced a late fightback to draw 2-2 at West Brom and set up a fourth-round FA Cup replay.