LONDON (AP) — Nigeria striker Brown Ideye maintained his resurgent form at West Bromwich Albion by scoring in either half in the team's 4-0 win over West Ham in the FA Cup fifth round on Saturday.

Ideye almost left West Brom in January, six months into a difficult first season, but stayed at the Hawthorns and has now netted for three straight games under recently hired manager Tony Pulis.

Ideye put West Brom ahead in the 20th by turning in Craig Dawson's center, and made it 3-0 with a 57th-minute header from Stephane Sessegnon's cross.

James Morrison scored the second in the 42nd and Saido Berahino completed the rout in the 71st, just after Morgan Amalfitano was sent off for West Ham for pushing West Brom midfielder Chris Brunt in the face.

Second-tier Blackburn thrashed 10-man Stoke 4-1 at Ewood Park despite the Premier League team taking the lead through Peter Crouch after 10 minutes. Josh King scored a speedy hat trick for Blackburn while Geoff Cameron got a straight red card just before halftime for fouling King in the area with Rudy Gestede converting the penalty.

Derby was also reduced to 10 men for the second half at home to Reading when full-back Stephen Warnock got a second yellow card in the 39th. Former Everton and Middlesbrough striker Ayegbeni Yakubu helped the visitors take advantage with a 2-1 win.

Hal Robson-Kanu's goal for Reading was canceled out by Darren Bent but Yakubu — signed as a free agent during the January transfer window — grabbed the winner with a left-footed shot from the edge of the box in the 82nd.

Crystal Palace hosted Liverpool in Saturday's late match.