LONDON - Chelsea reached the fifth round of the FA Cup on Saturday with a 1-0 win at Queens Park Rangers after Juan Mata scored a second-half winner to decide an occasionally heated match.

John Terry was taunted throughout by the Loftus Road crowd over allegations he racially abused QPR defender Anton Ferdinand when the teams last met in October, but the Chelsea captain seemed unaffected.

Mata scored the 62nd-minute winner with a penalty kick after Clint Hill was ruled to have brought down Daniel Sturridge.

That prompted Chelsea fans to chant "Anton, what's the score?"

Ferdinand was spared having to decide whether to give Terry a pre-match handshake after the Football Association allowed the sides to forego the traditional ritual.

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