City scrape through as Hull mauled

CAPTAIN Kolo Toure headed his first goal for Manchester City as they came from behind to beat Fulham 2-1 after extra time.<br /><br />The visitors, featuring a raft of changes, took a shock lead against a full-strength City line-up when Hungary midfielder Zoltan Gera rifled in from 25 yards. <br /><br />City dominated possession but did not level until after half time, when Gareth Barry headed home. And Toure settled the all-Premier League clash in the 111th minute when he met Martin Petrov&rsquo;s corner.<br /><br />Everton piled more pressure on Hull boss Phil Brown by thrashing the Tigers 4-0 at the KC Stadium. The Toffees made the home side pay for fielding a weakened team as Yakubu, making his first start since&nbsp; November 2008, scored the opener. Jo nodded in a second before Dan Gosling and Leon Osman also netted.<br /><br />Gabriel Agbonlahor&rsquo;s third-minute strike was enough to book Aston Villa a place in the fourth round as they saw off Cardiff 1-0. The 22-year-old forward cheekily back-heeled John Carew&rsquo;s low near-post cross.