It was honours even at the Boleyn Ground on Saturday 5 January as West Ham United and Manchester City played out a goalless draw in the FA Cup third round.
WHUTV will have full reaction to come including Alan Curbishley's post-match press conference and also the thoughts of defender Matthew Upson. From midnight on Sunday, you will also be able to watch all the action again - along with every game played by the club this season - in the Premier Class channel.
West Ham United 0-0 Manchester City
Matthew Etherington was back in the starting lineup
Matthew Upson was put under early pressure but as usual coped well
Hayden Mullins was as combative as ever in the midfield
Lucas Neill picked up a hamstring problem in the first half and came off
John Pantsil had a couple of chances to surge forward from right midfield
Dean Ashton went closest for the home side in the second half
But City also remained a threat with Anton Ferdinand needing to be alert
Lee Bowyer also made a welcome return off the substitute's bench
Carlton Cole, who kept going, reflects on what might have been