It's an historic weekend for Oxford United


Oxford boss Michael Appleton said: "In the first half a couple of players struggled with the occasion a bit, they were a bit starstruck".

On Saturday, Boro entertain League One Oxford with a place in the FA Cup quarter-finals at stake, but sitting just two points clear of the drop zone and, while h ead coach Karanka will allow both his players and the fans to dream, he will not take his eye off the ball and risk a similar mistake.

"Hopefully we will get a home draw but the most important thing is that we won this game".

"If you lose your attention, even against a League One team, it is the biggest mistake".

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"It was nearly a League One goal at the end - it wasn't a Premier League goal where they play through you. We conceded two goals and it is a good lesson for us".

"But we have to be really, really careful because it's going to be a tough, tough game, especially if we don't go on to the pitch with the right attitude".

Grant Leadbitter's penalty and January signing Rudy Gestede's first goal for the club had given Boro a commanding half-time lead but Chris Maguire's superb free-kick and Antonio Martinez's equaliser just seconds later left the result in the melting pot.

"He [Stuani] is really important and for me, it is a shame at he is maybe not recognised for how good he is and how much he is helping us", Karanka added. His numbers since he arrived here have been awesome, and not just the numbers, the moments.

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The League One side looked to have rescued a replay but Karanka threw on Stuani who managed to produce the goods.

"I wanted to win the game, I want to be in the semi-finals, I want to win to be in the final, I want to win the cup and I want to be in the Premier League next season".

Boro threw away a two-goal lead in the second half against the League One side, but came through the tie eventually courtesy of a late Cristhian Stuani victor. "If they out a string of performances like that together in the coming weeks, then we will still be competing on two fronts", he said.

"We're a little bit frustrated but obviously delighted with how they approached the second half of the game".

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