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Second Round Highlights

Highlights from the weekend's FA Cup second round games, with 40 remaining League One, League Two and non-league sides looking to secure a place in the draw for the third round.


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Oxford against Macclesfield. Coming in at the far post, Danny Boyle. The

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ball breaks loose. The keeper has lost it. There is a chance and it

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goes wide of the post. Fitzpatrick on the far side. The corner is

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beaten away by eastward. Floated in. And the head slams against the

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outside of the post. And there is a chance. Pushed wide by Craig Ross.

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Danny Rowe pushes it back. Good play. It is a good one as well.

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Macclesfield, so unlucky. No goals on Friday night,

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but non-league Macclesfield Town more than held their own

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against Oxford United of League One - and maybe set the tone to expect

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no walkovers for league sides in the second round of

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the Emirates FA Cup. Steve Claridge and Dion Dublin

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are with me to see which of the 40 clubs involved made the hat

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for a potential dream tie Unfortunately, Stourbridge,

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the lowest-ranked side left in the competition,

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have to wait a little longer to play their part after today's tie

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with Northampton Town was called off No such problems at

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the Tameside Stadium, home of Curzon Ashton

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from the National League North, the sixth tier of English football,

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who took on a side 82 places above them in the football pyramid,

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in League One fliers AFC Wimbledon. Commentary comes from

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Adam Summerton and Chris Perry. Three divisions separate Curzon

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Ashton and AFC Wimbledon. National League North meets League 1. All

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manner of trades and professions represented in the Curzon Ashton

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squad, teachers joiners and engineers among them. The longest

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serving player, 43, is a roofer. Adam Morton started a Europa League

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tie alongside Luis Suarez a little over four years ago. Alex Proud will

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be glad he reconsidered a decision to retire made back in July. There

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will now be a moment of reflection to be had, over the disaster

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involving that Brazilian side on Monday.

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A place in the third round of the FA Cup at stake. A chance to be up

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there with the Premier League's finest clubs. A real glamour tie and

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a sense of occasion. The crowd really up for it. The managers are

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all up for it and obviously it is a fantastic opportunity for these

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Curzon Ashton players to show what they have got. Going on the attack

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early on! What a goal! Unbelievable strike. He got his boots off his

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former team-mate at Liverpool, John Flanagan. He says they are lucky

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boots. And they have proved to be so today. He lines up with his left,

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and he will not hit a ball better than that in his career. It went

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past James Shea into the Wimbledon net. Man United have only played

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seven matches to win the FA Cup last season. AFC Wimbledon having to

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defend thou. Curzon Ashton going forward with purpose. And it has

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gone again, Morgan! This is quite remarkable! The FA Cup produces

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fairy tales seasoning, season out. We are seeing one unfolding in front

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of our eyes. A lovely ball from Guest, with nobody marking Morgan.

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He arrives from the deep. The Curzon Ashton fans are in dreamland at the

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moment. He did well there. The ball goes back to Elliott. A good saves

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by Burton. A big save in the context of this match. Wimbledon have come

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into this match in decent form, unbeaten in five. An incredible

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shock on the cards here. And another block. They are throwing their

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bodies in the way, the Curzon Ashton players. Good work from Conor

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Hampson. Time is clearly of the essence for AFC Wimbledon. A good

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hit and a wonderful save by Burton. A sensational save.

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Towards Elliott from Shea. He is going to run through here. What a

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chance that was. Taylor could not take it. He has to look to the

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target at least. And now this is Guest. Unlucky. Drooled over

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brilliantly! A hat-trick! And Morgan is there again. There is no stopping

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them. A breakaway goal. AFC Wimbledon, hit hard again. What a

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story that is unfolding here. A hat-trick for Abi Morgan. And there

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is a Chief Executive, Natalie Atkinson, who says she wants

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Manchester City in the third round. She might just get her wish. That

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was a nervy moment at the back. Tyrone Barnett, flicking it onto Tom

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Elliott, who has made the running behind. It would be a remarkable

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comeback but there is still time yet for Wimbledon to hit back. Get one

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and you never know. Towards the near post, and eternity in. Surely they

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have? It is on the line and it is in again. I have they kept that out? It

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could not have been much closer. Absolutely not. Brilliant defending

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from the Curzon Ashton players. Elliott gets it off Barnett. Taylor

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is there as well. They really have defended brilliantly this afternoon.

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I can Burton came for that and he did not get to it. And there is one

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back. Just over ten minutes ago. Tom Elliott has given AFC a glimmer of

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hope here. And it will put a bit of doubt in the minds of the Curzon

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Ashton players here. Up towards Elliott again. He leads with the

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shot. He appeals for handball. The last ten minutes or so. Hakan Burton

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tries to come through a crowd of bodies and it is another one. The

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comeback is on here. Once again he does not get there. Dominic Poleon

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in the six yard box. Is the theory to falling apart for Curzon Ashton?

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Suddenly they are a bag of nerves. It is Reeves, and a great cross! And

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the header is in. Astonishing. A perfect header. Bending away from

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Hakan Burton. This game has turned on its head within the space of two

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minutes and 40 seconds. You could not scripted. The smiles have turned

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to friends. The atmosphere, the feeling around the stadium has

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completely changed. How it has swung in Wimbledon's favour. And the

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header is saved by Burton. What a chance. He knows that his side

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should have won this. Could they win it right at the end? Barnett is in.

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So close. Tyrone Barnett throws everything at it. Within a whisker.

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Woodford with the long ball. He gives away from Elliott but he was

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brought down. In the final minute of added time. Into the area it goes. I

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cannot believe what I am seeing here! Tom Elliott, with surely the

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last touch of the game, has won it for AFC Wimbledon. You can see John

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Flanagan, his hands on his head, he cannot quite believe it. But these

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Curzon Ashton players should be proud of the performance they have

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put in the supplement. Wimbledon through to the FA Cup third round

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for only the second time in their history. John Flanagan Luxon in

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reflection. A quite astonishing comeback from AFC Wimbledon.

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Delighted with the players, what a game. I don't think I've been

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involved in anything quite like it. It was an amazing game of football

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that sums up the FA Cup. I feel for Curzon Ashton and I shouldn't

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because a manager should worry about his own team but I do feel for him

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because I thought they were incredible today. I cannot tell you

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how I feel, to be honest. It is in the bottom of your belly. All the

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lads are feeling it. The changing room is silent. I will probably not

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sleep much tonight, thinking how close we were. I dread to think what

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the draw will be on Monday, if it comes out and it is a big club. You

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don't want to know. It was quite simply an incredible cup tie.

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Heartbreak for them, considering that they are struggling in the

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sixth tier of English football, but they gave Wimbledon and almighty

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scare today. They were superb. They tried to play a bit of football as

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well. They went along when they had a spell of 60 minutes where they

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could not do anything wrong. Every time they got in the final third,

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they put the ball into areas where they should be scoring. They could

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have scored four or five but they got three. It was just not enough to

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keep them where they wanted to be. It was amazing. But Mike Neal said,

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that is the FA Cup, that is exactly what it is. 80 minutes and you are

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three now up? Watching that game, they kept trying to play and the

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game had changed, the momentum changed. You knew the ball was

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coming into the box and they kept trying to play. It brought a little

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bit of pressure on them. Stick it in the box, to Sowter made a big

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difference for windows on and it changed the face of the game. It is

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such a shame because the back pages tomorrow will be full of this

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incredible comeback from Wimbledon but we should not forget the

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hat-trick, the first goal of which was stunning. A wonderful strike.

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This was 34 or 35 seconds. He was substituted later in the game. I

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have never seen a person who scored a hat-trick look so unhappy leaving

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the pitch. It is a really good hat-trick, I have got to say. 12

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years at Liverpool Sony has a good grounding. These were all sorts of

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goals. A lovely one down the left-hand side, jogging on the spot.

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Great to get in among the defenders. The last one again, a good one. He

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does not give it up. Guest, and then he played a big part in the third

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goal as well. That is never die. Real determination. When he gets

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there, look at the quality. The ball is bubbling, and when he looks up,

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he finds the man. That is a wonderful pass. All they has to do

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is control the finish and he does that brilliantly. And then he gives

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himself a yellow card. You know all about scoring a hat-trick and losing

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4-3. I scored a hat-trick for Coventry and lost 4-3 against

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Sheffield Wednesday. I was as happy as him coming off the pitch,

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absolutely gutted. Let's look at the 126 seconds, that is all the time it

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was. In some ways it was old school Wimbledon. And it had to be, because

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they could not score any other way and they had to find a way of

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scoring goals. They put the ball into an area and they fought. They

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fought hard for it. They deserved it. The difference, prior to this we

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had seen three or four minutes before a scramble that did not drop

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for them. If you look at this game, in ten minutes you are three nil

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down, after 18 minutes, and they could have won this game 6-3.

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Actually, that is brilliant. When you look at the angle, the way he

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gets the placement, he made a big difference. Curzon Ashton thought

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they had got away with it at 3-3. I mean this, that is one of yours.

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That is a punt, a straight ball, with no real pace, and somehow he

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manages to arches neck and get some purchase on the ball. People will

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say it was the keeper but there is power on the finish. 80 minutes,

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three now up, and they go down 4-3. -- three nil up. As much as you want

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to say, well done to the lads, you want to say, you got away with that

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one. Very well done to Wimbledon. To the Memorial Stadium now,

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where Bristol Rovers, after an encouraging start

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in League One, have hit So was this the worst time for them

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to take on one of the surprise teams of the National League,

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in Barrow, who last With a 21 match unbeaten run, Barrow

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sensed an upset at the Memorial ground. They did not take long for

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Bristol Rovers to show their superiority, setting the tone and

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taking an early lead. Gaffney was on the right place at the right time.

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The celebrations did not last very long. Six minutes later, Harrison,

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prolific in the National League, struck with his 18th goal of the

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season. Then a costly mistake almost let Bristol Rovers back in. Into my

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feet, please. It goes all the way through and then takes a ricochet

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from Chris Lyons. He knew nothing about it. Into the second half and

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Barrow were saved by the woodwork. What started as a cross from Lee

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Brown might have given Rovers the advantage.

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Unbeaten since August, the momentum was with Barrow, and Harrison again

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of finishing off from Liam Hughes' Cross, 13 in ten games now for the

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29-year-old. There was to be one last chance of escape for Bristol

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Rovers. Goal-scorer Gaffney with the shot, but fine margins matter.

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These fans travelled a 500 mile round trip to see Barrow in the

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third round for the first time in six years. The one thing I can say

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about this group is they don't really know when to give in. Went a

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goal down, showed immense character and soaked up a lot of intense

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pressure near the end, but these good boys are not just good players.

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They have shown a lot of heart and character to get through an

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extremely difficult fixture. Deja vu for Bristol Rovers but well done to

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Barrow, unbeaten in 22 in all competitions. Well worth that

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comeback win? It was a good performance against a very decent

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side. When you go to a club like Bristol Rovers, you are going to

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need that little bit of luck. They hit the bar a couple of times or

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whatever but the threat up front, they worked incredibly hard and the

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manager is right. They are something special. A group of players that

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almost looks after itself. The way they apply themselves, you almost

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know what you're going to get under the manager that is the best thing

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you can have. Is the Harrison with the two goals for Barrow, we seen at

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Cheltenham Town, 13 goals in ten games. He never looked in danger of

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missing the shots. Very composed under pressure, very strong, gets

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himself into areas where you are hoping the ball is going to come and

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he's always there. This is a fantastic finish. The bounce in

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front of him, he knows how to finish it. He will get lots more goals.

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Just a matter of finishing. His all-round game was good, wasn't it?

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Good, yes. His all-round game is a threat, anything over the top, he

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held the ball up, went on behind, he did really well. It's the result

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that adds more to the feel-good factor already at Barrow.

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More of today's game shortly, but with just 15 places

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between Sutton United of the National League

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and Cheltenham Town of League Two, was an upset in the offing

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An air of expectation and plenty of expectation at Gander Green Lane,

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the most famous day is almost 28 years ago. Today, Sutton mid-table

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in the National League and looking to reach the third round of the FA

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Cup for the first time since 1993, by knocking out League Two

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strugglers Cheltenham. James Tate, looking to curl it and

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it was heading for the bottom corner, until Ross Warner pushed it

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behind for the corner kick. The best chance of the afternoon so far. --

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James Dayton. James Dayton was able to cut infield. Well saved by

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Warner. Back across goal and cleared away off the line and away to

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safety. Cheltenham so close to the opener. Spence acrobatically able to

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click it away to safety. Gary Johnson took Cheltenham to the

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National League title last season, with over 100 points as he guided

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them back to the Football League at the first attempt. James Dayton has

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two in the middle here. Couldn't find either of them. It's a way to

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safety. Cheltenham wanted a free kick for the challenge. They haven't

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got it. Dickie is a bit of trouble -- is in a bit of trouble.

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Cheltenham do get the decision their way. It's more the way Dickie Falls,

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on the small of his back. Cheltenham with five tall players, all waiting

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on the edge of the penalty area. The cross takes a slight deflection and

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Cheltenham go in front. It's the striker, Wright, who gets the final

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touch. First blood to the league two side. Wright sticks out a foot, the

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faintest of touches and he gets his fifth goal of the season. It's

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Sutton United nil, Cheltenham one. No changes to either team in terms

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of substitutions as we get the second half under way. Cheltenham in

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the red and white stripes. Leading Sutton United by 1-0. Danny Wright

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with it in the first half. The floodlights are wrong here at Gander

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Green Lane. Gomis now for the National League side. Time to put in

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a measured cross. Bailey, able to stab it forward and it drops a

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nicely for Sutton United and Tubbs has an equaliser inside the opening

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40 seconds of the second half. Tubbs, on his debut, brings Sutton

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United level. Bailey's ball forward, the little head down and Tubbs was

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on it in a flash. He only signed on Thursday from Forest Green Rovers

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and already he's notched his first goal for his new club.

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A delicate ball forward for Tubbs. Holds off the defender well. Looking

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to turn away. Deacon tries to curl it and it's not too far wide either.

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From Rory Deacon you can see what he's aiming to do here. But it

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beyond Griffiths, into the top corner. 2224 as the attendance here

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this afternoon at under Green Lane. They've seen a fascinating FA Cup

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second round tie, which may have plenty left in it. The chance for a

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second but it's well saved by Griffiths. Sutton United breaking

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forward. Eastman with the ball out wide and the shot in the end well

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saved by the Cheltenham goalkeeper. Cheltenham racing into the penalty

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area. A corner kick. Cheltenham fans behind the goal hopeful that this

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corner might see their team gets a second goal. Sutton with virtually

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everybody back except Tubbs. Driven high, in towards Dickie, it's off

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the bar and the rebound is cleared away. There's a foul in the penalty

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area. The free kick has gone Sutton's way. Cheltenham so close to

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getting a second goal. You can see Dickie rising here.

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O'Shaughnessy gets it away. Are we going to have last-gasp drama at

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Gander Green Lane? Rory Deacon for Sutton United with virtually the

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last kick of the match has put them through! Astonishing scenes!

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Incredible. Rory Deacon's seventh goal of the season and almost

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certainly his most important. Look at where he picks the ball up.

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Defenders in front of him but he's able to get the shot away. Griffiths

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is beaten and almost certainly Cheltenham Town are beaten. It will

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be a place in the third round of the FA Cup for Sutton United.

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Can you put into words what it feels like to be their winning goal-scorer

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in a game like this question might it's amazing, absolutely amazing.

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You dream of days like this and thankfully it's come true. We didn't

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turn up in the first half and we said to the players, you've got to

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give it a go here. Don't go out with a whimper. The second half was a

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typical Sutton United performance over the last year. We've always

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talked about the past history and it's lovely to be talking about

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recent history and regardless what happens to be in the last 64 of the

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FA Cup, for a club our size, that's our history made. Some years it's

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yours, some years it isn't an Sutton did well to stay in the game, we

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went 1-0 up, had a good first half and the last thing you want to do is

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give a goal away so of course we are disappointed. It's their day, good

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luck to them in the next round. We know that we have a little bit of

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work to do. A tough afternoon for them. You look at what we've just

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seen from Sutton in the third round, after 22 years. Conjuring up

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memories of 1989 and the win over commentary, Matty Tubbs starts the

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comeback in the second half, a player you've enjoyed watching over

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the years? Yes, he has had one or two good moves, I think it went for

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800 grand at one stage. He's had a flurry of clubs where he is moved

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and you need to get in the right place at the right time and that's

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exactly what they did because he will score goals. He is an out and

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out goal-scorer. This is where the manager I'm sure will have said

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please drop for Matt Tubbs. That's good technique, in and around those

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areas. Makes it look easy, doesn't it? Concentration, a good finish.

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They couldn't have left it much later, the six minute of injury time

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before Rory Deacon pounced. I don't know how they've allowed him to

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travel with the ball so far because he did have chances before that,

:25:50.:25:54.

where he came very close one on the left with a curler. He had a few

:25:55.:25:57.

blocked as well. He received the ball for his winning goal ten yards

:25:58.:26:02.

outside the box. I'm thinking to myself, don't let him go any

:26:03.:26:07.

further, there he is, ten yards outside the box, five touches and

:26:08.:26:10.

they allow him to get in the box. You can't touch him when he's in the

:26:11.:26:14.

box. People's the trigger and thinks he will get lucky, a bit Alan

:26:15.:26:19.

Shearer. Straight through the legs. Both defenders leave it to one

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another to shut the ball down. You have to just do it. Take initiative

:26:24.:26:29.

in that area. Take initiative and get away from goal, a great strike

:26:30.:26:35.

from the young lad. I remember Steve saying, speaking about the first

:26:36.:26:41.

round, he's not up at -- not a fan of 3G pitches. They are rubbish, I

:26:42.:26:46.

don't like them. Our knees and bones won't allow 3G pitches. With the

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likes of Craig Eastman and Nicky Bailey there'll be a force to reckon

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with in the next round. Back to today, and two more games

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featuring non-league sides, starting with Eastleigh of the fifth

:26:56.:26:57.

tier versus Halifax Town of the 6th. When the old Halifax Town were in

:26:58.:27:09.

the league, Eastleigh were in the second. The Spitfires fly higher

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this time. This is Mandron's 12 of the season. Eastleigh have had to

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recruit a manager this week, Martin Allen replacing Ronnie Moore who

:27:22.:27:24.

unexpectedly resigned. Alan has been knocked out of the cup once this

:27:25.:27:28.

season with Barnet so what happened around the hour mark must have made

:27:29.:27:32.

troubling viewing for him. First, Jordan Sinnott snuck in an equaliser

:27:33.:27:37.

for the side's 21 places below. It started something. Five minutes

:27:38.:27:40.

later the National League North side were ahead. Synod to the service

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this time, Garner did the scoring. Clockwork... Orange. The Halifax

:27:47.:27:51.

doesn't do much as camouflage but he still didn't spot that Peniket was

:27:52.:27:58.

lurking. Less than 20 minutes left and Halifax were heading into round

:27:59.:28:02.

three. They just needed to keep Eastleigh output two minutes later

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and however they tried there was no stopping Scott Wilson. 3-2, with a

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place in the next round at stake, it was all building to the final

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minute, to dramatic conclusion to the most almighty confusion.

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COMMENTATOR: Is a scramble inside the box.

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Mandron has the final touch. Surely that was all the chaos we could

:28:28.:28:31.

take. Halifax tried for a final twist. Denton's head, a deep breath

:28:32.:28:34.

and back to Yorkshire. Back in 2004, Millwall's FA Cup bust

:28:35.:28:44.

carried them all the way to a final with Manchester United. 12 years on,

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safe passage into round two against non-league Braintree was their

:28:49.:28:51.

ambition. COMMENTATOR:

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They've scored, a fantastic goal, Michael Cheek. Michael Cheek with

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the audacity to steer his side in front. Known as the iron, Braintree

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now needed some steely resolve. COMMENTATOR:

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He can equalise straightaway, what a great reply. Just one minute later.

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Soon after, Millwall were celebrating further. Smith's second

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goal in four minutes, it was fast turning into Harry's game. Braintree

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heads spinning. The Essex side have made the 50 mile trips filled with

:29:23.:29:26.

expectation. When Shane Ferguson added Millwall's third in 25 minutes

:29:27.:29:31.

they may have contemplated a request to refund their petrol money. But

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having demolished Eastbourne 7-0 to reach this stage of the cup for the

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first time there are clearly goals in the team. Ten minutes before

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half-time, Jack Midson added another to the tally stop Braintree right

:29:44.:29:48.

back in it. Braintree have used no less than seven goalkeepers already

:29:49.:29:54.

this season. The present incumbent, son of FA Cup winning keeper Dave

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Beasant. Contribution was less memorable, picking out of the net as

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Smith completed his hat-trick. The day started brightly for Braintree

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but it ended with deflation. O'Brien got a goal in added time. For

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Millwall, their name back in the third round draw, memories of FA Cup

:30:16.:30:17.

exploits past rekindled. Top work, congratulations to Harry

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Smith for his hat-trick. He did a couple of goals on his debut for

:30:30.:30:33.

Millwall and less than a month and he's at it again? He is. He's come

:30:34.:30:38.

out of the long league, a few trials and Millwall were the side that

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picked him up. Six you expect someone to get the ball early

:30:42.:30:45.

forward to him and he will work on the flick ons but he's got more than

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from what we saw today. They scored straight from kick-off.

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Is the key nudge there. Yes, that's on the spot, kicking up with play,

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then this is good technique at the far post. How many times do we see

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people see -- see people snatch at that? Here, this falls to him very

:31:07.:31:10.

quickly and a lot of people try and get on their better foot the right

:31:11.:31:14.

foot, he doesn't. It's an instant taken to finish, a good hat-trick.

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He didn't move quick feet. In treat. He looked like Halifax had

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to win. If you look back at the last two goals they conceded, this was

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scrappy. It was. There was no talking, nothing at all. And then he

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was on it, like a shot. The defender could not do anything. This is the

:31:45.:31:49.

best scramble I have seen in the FA Cup for some time. It was pinball.

:31:50.:31:54.

Actually, he was running for it and it hits him and goes into the back

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of the net. Some comeback. Martin Allen's first game in charge. The

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might of been strong words if they had lost that game. The last thing

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he wants our two FA Cup defeat on his CV in the same season!

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Ten years ago, Woking took on Accrington Stanley to secure

:32:18.:32:19.

Alistair man was watching this for us. An unforgettable victory at West

:32:20.:32:33.

Brom and a draw at Coventry City has ensured walking's place in FA Cup

:32:34.:32:38.

folklore. Last season's striker was part of Wycombe Wanderers' side.

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This year he has scored format goals in Woking's two victories. A year

:32:46.:32:54.

ago, Shrewsbury were eventually knocked out in round five by

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Manchester United. And the pass is a good one. The

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chances even better. But despite the burst, Lewis could not find the

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finish. Sullivan is in space down the right. He was the intended

:33:22.:33:30.

target. Sure is happy to take this possibility. -- Kee. John Coleman's

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side got automatic promotion in the last days of the campaign. And this

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is a good one. The goal is scored by Kee. And Accrington Stanley take the

:33:46.:33:51.

lead. The cross in from Pearson. Not the most conclusive. And it just

:33:52.:33:56.

broke for Kee. Took a deflection on the way through that made it

:33:57.:33:59.

impossible for the goalkeeper to stop it. It is the side from League

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2 who nudge in front. Walking looking for an immediate response.

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And it is a foul which the Accrington Stanley players take

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enormous exception to. It was a loose ball and it is the way he

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comes downwards towards the ball from above that the referee takes

:34:22.:34:29.

exception to. And there is the red card for Charlie Carter. Walking

:34:30.:34:33.

already trail and now they have to try to get back into this cup tie

:34:34.:34:38.

with ten men. Accrington Stanley are in control. -- Woking already trail.

:34:39.:34:49.

A second goal will make giant-killing almost impossible. And

:34:50.:34:55.

it is Kee again! Woking had to keep it up until half-time and they have

:34:56.:35:00.

not. Accrington Stanley are beginning to look towards tomorrow

:35:01.:35:05.

night's third draw already. It is hard enough trying to plot a victory

:35:06.:35:12.

over a professional side, but having to do it with ten men is going to

:35:13.:35:16.

take some doing. Here is Clark for Accrington. And across is a good

:35:17.:35:22.

one. The header is planted by O'Sullivan. And it is game over. A

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simple enough header. It was just a matter of the delivery of the cross

:35:32.:35:38.

from Clark which was good and the finish from all equally so. So often

:35:39.:35:44.

in the past, the ones -- you are the ones doing the giant-killing. How do

:35:45.:35:47.

you feel about being targeted? Coming to a non-league house, this

:35:48.:35:55.

is probably better. We have been brought up on non-league, myself in

:35:56.:35:58.

particular. This is nothing new to us. It feels like coming home. We

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have great memories here. This is where we clinched promotion to the

:36:06.:36:08.

Football League so this is a fantastic place for us and I am glad

:36:09.:36:12.

we are coming away with a win. We started bright and I thought we

:36:13.:36:16.

should be 1-0 up the first minute. There was a great opportunity, for

:36:17.:36:22.

the first time in 19 years. As I say, we are young squad, and the

:36:23.:36:27.

numbers have turned out for us. Now we have to move on and clear our

:36:28.:36:31.

heads, get into training on Tuesday morning and Gulf to work again. What

:36:32.:36:35.

will be will be. It is always going to be something we will look back on

:36:36.:36:39.

and good luck to Accrington. We wish them all the best. Chapecoense's cup

:36:40.:36:45.

run comes to an end. Accrington, the cup gives them respite from their

:36:46.:36:49.

league struggles. 1-0 down, playing for walking, you do not want to go

:36:50.:36:54.

down to ten men within a minute of conceding. -- playing for Woking.

:36:55.:37:00.

Charlie Carter, was in frustration? He dangled a flute a couple of times

:37:01.:37:04.

before this. He has control of the ball on the right hand side and he

:37:05.:37:08.

overcooked sits lightly. For some reason, I have no idea why, that was

:37:09.:37:13.

the first one, where he raises his foot. And there, he just overcooked

:37:14.:37:19.

it, and then he seems to jump in. Not so much a two-footed tackle but

:37:20.:37:22.

he leaves his studs in, knowing there will be follow-through. From

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the Accrington player's perspective, the way that they gather together,

:37:30.:37:33.

are they right to do that? I think they considered it to be a dangerous

:37:34.:37:37.

challenge. And that is how you would react. You want people to look after

:37:38.:37:42.

each other. That used to be the only way that forwards could kick a

:37:43.:37:49.

defender, leave your foot in. Don't tell everybody! Rose tinted glasses,

:37:50.:37:50.

back in the day... The two highest-ranked teams

:37:51.:37:52.

in the FA Cup at this stage, Bolton and Sheffield United

:37:53.:37:56.

went head to head at They're second and third

:37:57.:37:58.

in League One - where they're Spearing from the right-hand side

:37:59.:38:16.

this time. Saved by Aaron Ramsey Dale. That is an absolutely stunning

:38:17.:38:28.

stop. -- Aaron Ramsdale. Can Bolton make this one can't? The danger is

:38:29.:38:35.

still not cleared. Did that cross the line? The assistant referee says

:38:36.:38:44.

no. The ball swung in, and initial stop was saved, by Beevers, and then

:38:45.:38:52.

my words, it looks as though it may have crossed over the line. Taylor

:38:53.:38:57.

with a long through. Kicked across the face of goal. And Bolton take

:38:58.:39:14.

the lead. In the final two minutes. Good work from Ramsdale. He lays it

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off to Ameobi. Bolton doubled their lead inside 30 seconds of the

:39:27.:39:38.

restart. Good work by Clough, but what a hit.

:39:39.:39:52.

The shot is deflected and in. Sheffield United have won back

:39:53.:40:02.

thanks to Coutts. He will claim it, although with the deflection, really

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that was what Pete Ben Alnwick. Sheffield United have not failed to

:40:14.:40:24.

beat these opponents since 1981. And Bolton get their third through Vela.

:40:25.:40:29.

They are on the brink of the third round. His third goal of the season

:40:30.:40:36.

for Bolton. Sheffield United's corner. It is headed in. They have

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made it 3-2. And Jack O'Connell takes Sheffield United back into

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this tie. A great fear, that one. Parkinson, when he was in charge of

:40:54.:40:57.

Bradford, working his magic again in the cup. You got the feeling that

:40:58.:41:02.

both teams took a little while to warm up. Once they dragged each

:41:03.:41:05.

other into the game, it was a good moment. It was always going to be

:41:06.:41:10.

special. Ameobi's goal was to reflect. I am glad he has been

:41:11.:41:11.

watching me. He told me he wasn't. Right, three more ties now which saw

:41:12.:41:15.

League Two sides hoping to upset their League One opponents,

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starting with the Dion Dublin derby - as Cambridge United took

:41:19.:41:21.

on Coventry City at the Abbey 1987 winners Coventry have long

:41:22.:41:33.

enjoyed a romantic entanglement with the FA Cup. Cambridge, less so. But

:41:34.:41:37.

it was the League 2 side who concentrated on the cup here. He

:41:38.:41:43.

delivers across them. And United are in front thanks to Berry. Coventry

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defence playing the mannequin challenge. Indeed, Berry was to play

:41:50.:41:57.

a pivotal role in proceedings. Before the half-hour mark, he

:41:58.:42:01.

wriggled towards goal and found Ian Harris blocking his path. Berry

:42:02.:42:05.

picked himself up, dusted himself down and tucked away the penalty.

:42:06.:42:10.

But he was far from done. The sense of a hat-trick in his nostrils, he

:42:11.:42:24.

was played in by man Gaya. -- played in by Mingoia. Coventry will

:42:25.:42:27.

celebrate the 30th anniversary of that great victory this may. On this

:42:28.:42:31.

evidence, repeat will not happen any time soon. Luke Berry turns in! It

:42:32.:42:38.

is Luke Berry Day at the Abbey. Peterborough arrived at Meadow Lane

:42:39.:42:41.

with an impressive record at this stage of the competition, having

:42:42.:42:46.

lost only once in the last 15 second round ties. They did not take long

:42:47.:42:49.

before they found themselves in front. Three minutes, in fact.

:42:50.:42:54.

Leonardo De Silva with this low strike to give the League 1 side and

:42:55.:43:01.

early lead. And it was looking comfortable for Posh. Paul Taylor

:43:02.:43:07.

finally honoured words. He made no mistake for his sixth of the season.

:43:08.:43:12.

But Notts County pick themselves up and deservedly reduced the arrears

:43:13.:43:16.

after a sustained spell of pressure. Adam Campbell produced this fine

:43:17.:43:19.

strike that ended up in the bottom corner. The home side well and truly

:43:20.:43:26.

back in the game. They then found themselves with a man advantage. Lee

:43:27.:43:33.

Angol was sent off, Matt Tootle on the receiving end of his

:43:34.:43:36.

frustration. Angol on the receiving end of a red card before half-time.

:43:37.:43:40.

The home side continued to push Peterborough all the way in the

:43:41.:43:44.

second half. The ball comes into the box. Shot towards goal and into the

:43:45.:43:51.

back of the net. Laing seals it at 2-2. The only previous time these

:43:52.:43:58.

two met in the cup, Port Vale won 6-0. It would not be that bad for

:43:59.:44:02.

Hartlepool, would it? Cecilia, born into account, to them in front. Two

:44:03.:44:10.

minutes later, it got worse. This was the most acrobatic of accidents.

:44:11.:44:17.

An own goal from Woods. Port Vale said the division above Hartlepool

:44:18.:44:27.

but there was a gulf between them. Jones, now with four to his name.

:44:28.:44:31.

Port Vale only managed one more. Nathan Smith brought down in the

:44:32.:44:36.

second half, a penalty. Over two Ryan Taylor. Once of Newcastle, who

:44:37.:44:44.

he may yet meet in round three. Port Vale through and Hartlepool

:44:45.:44:47.

struggle. As for the performance of the day, well done to Luke Berry. On

:44:48.:44:53.

his four goals for Cambridge. We're calling it to the Dion Dublin Derby.

:44:54.:44:58.

Steve, they are all derbies as far as we are concerned. But this was a

:44:59.:45:03.

special moment for him. He is a Cambridge boy, and I think he has

:45:04.:45:08.

only ever played in Cambridge. This is his second time around. This

:45:09.:45:14.

takes into 23 goals and he scored 22 last time he was there. In half the

:45:15.:45:20.

time. The boy has ability. He has real good ability. Beesley, this is

:45:21.:45:25.

his spiritual home and he is a player. And he is not actually an

:45:26.:45:33.

out and out centre forward. He is more of a ten but he has great

:45:34.:45:37.

vision and he can play. He seems to be the catalyst for what happens in

:45:38.:45:42.

and around Cambridge when it comes to the game. I interviewed him when

:45:43.:45:46.

he was about 17 and he has just got better. He has grown into being a

:45:47.:45:51.

man now, and a very good footballer. Quickly on Coventry, now manager, no

:45:52.:45:55.

stadium. No training ground. When does it end for your old club? 20

:45:56.:46:01.

minutes in, no fans, because they were shocking. The fans have been

:46:02.:46:04.

treated terribly and they keep saying CC without, and they're not

:46:05.:46:10.

doing the right thing for the club. The fans spend so much money and

:46:11.:46:14.

they have done for years. They have nothing to cheer about. I do not

:46:15.:46:20.

know where the club will go. If you own it, you cannot sell it. I think

:46:21.:46:26.

many now on Coventry fans will tell you -- agree with you on that one.

:46:27.:46:30.

OK, more FA Cup goals on the way - first a quick reminder

:46:31.:46:33.

that two weeks today, there's a big sporting

:46:34.:46:35.

celebration planned - and you're all invited.

:46:36.:46:57.

BBC Sports Personality of the Year. Looking forward to that.

:46:58.:47:04.

Now yesterday, Blackpool and Luton Town went

:47:05.:47:06.

into their second round ties with their reputations

:47:07.:47:07.

very much on the line, as they took on non-league

:47:08.:47:10.

Brackley Town and Solihull Moors respectively, who had never reached

:47:11.:47:12.

The ongoing fans' protest meant Blackpool's Bluefield Road can be a

:47:13.:47:27.

quiet place these days, a strange situation for Brackley town to

:47:28.:47:30.

arrive into. Perhaps they hadn't fully settled when Blackpool went

:47:31.:47:36.

after them. Matt got his fourth goal of the season, just six minutes in.

:47:37.:47:40.

Just the tonic for the Tangerines. Brackley of the National League

:47:41.:47:43.

North knocked out Gillingham in the last round. They are dangerous but

:47:44.:47:47.

somehow they came out of this gamble without an equaliser. There would be

:47:48.:47:52.

other chances, as Brackley pressed their League Two opponents, suddenly

:47:53.:47:58.

there was time to wait up. Perhaps too much time. Sam Slocombe saved

:47:59.:48:04.

Blackpool, but Brackley will feel he should have been bypassed. Blackpool

:48:05.:48:09.

had only one FA Cup match since 2012. No wonder they were jitters

:48:10.:48:13.

but 12 minutes remaining, only Tom Aldred on the line kept Brackley

:48:14.:48:17.

out. Blackpool into round three. Some good news that a troubled club.

:48:18.:48:26.

With Luton fifth in League Two macro and two defeats in 14 games,

:48:27.:48:29.

National League Solihull might have feared the worst heading to

:48:30.:48:31.

Kenilworth Road but daunted they want. Early on at least. Jamie

:48:32.:48:37.

Osborne is steering them skilfully in front with just five minutes

:48:38.:48:41.

front. This will Solihull's first of a second round appearance but no

:48:42.:48:44.

signs of stage fright here. Osborne playing his part to perfection. To

:48:45.:48:51.

double the non-league's league. It could have got even better before

:48:52.:48:56.

the break. But when his big moment came, the lines were fluffed. Still,

:48:57.:49:03.

to look at the break, Solihull must have seen those FA Cup headlines

:49:04.:49:07.

flashing before their eyes but hold the back page. Luton may have been

:49:08.:49:11.

late arriving, they were about to get their party started. Bill

:49:12.:49:14.

ton-macro was first to be inspired and could barely disguises delight

:49:15.:49:20.

-- Hilton was first to be inspired. Johnny Mullins on the mark,

:49:21.:49:24.

Solihull's sterling resolve was about to crumble. Luton began to

:49:25.:49:29.

take charge. Fresh from the subs bench, O'Donnell stepped up to the

:49:30.:49:33.

plate next and helped himself to the third to edge the home side in

:49:34.:49:41.

front. Batmanning the mask Hylton certainly put the wind up Solihull

:49:42.:49:45.

Moors. Is past released Jack Marriott and with room to manoeuvre

:49:46.:49:52.

he did the rest. Luton had really found their feet. Talking of which,

:49:53.:49:57.

with twinkle toes, O'Donnell danced through again to make it 5-2. Who

:49:58.:50:05.

needs Ed Balls! Luton haven't lost a non-league opponents while a league

:50:06.:50:10.

team in 46 years. Mariette reserved their place in round three with

:50:11.:50:16.

number six. The Hatters in the hat again. Their manager surely thrilled

:50:17.:50:23.

to bits. It was contrast in performances from first after

:50:24.:50:29.

second. The first half, it wasn't one I want to be associated with.

:50:30.:50:33.

Well done Solihull, Luton were absolutely ruthless.

:50:34.:50:36.

Now, don't forget there's more football on the way

:50:37.:50:38.

And on Match of the Day 2 - they'll be mulling over

:50:39.:50:42.

the contenders for November's Goal of the Month.

:50:43.:51:04.

Right, the final five ties from yesterday on the way now.

:51:05.:51:10.

Starting at the Proact, where League One strugglers Chesterfield

:51:11.:51:12.

found League Two Wycombe just too hot to handle.

:51:13.:51:18.

League One played league to watching this you would mix-up which mix-up

:51:19.:51:24.

which was which. But Paul Paul Hayes and in went Wycombe's first goal, so

:51:25.:51:29.

began an afternoon of Chad moisture. Everyone had barely settled down

:51:30.:51:33.

when they pinned chesterfield back again. Eventually in the right place

:51:34.:51:37.

at the right time was Kashket. He began his career playing in Spain,

:51:38.:51:43.

hence perhaps the gloves. Things spiralled down for the Spireites.

:51:44.:51:48.

John Nolan's challenge was his last act of the match. What was difficult

:51:49.:51:56.

enough with 11 would be tougher still with Ken. Six minutes later,

:51:57.:52:02.

the Wanderers' path was fully cleared. Kashket is in only his

:52:03.:52:06.

second season of professional football but seems to have an eye

:52:07.:52:09.

for it, right down to the corner flag celebrations. Wycombe had won

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their last four going into this. Right now things are dropping for

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them and in this case Anthony Stewart, number four. Chesterfield

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had only made round three twice in 20 years and her blondes -- long

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since given up on it this time. Three minutes later, Kashket

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ambushed again. No foul apparently so he got his ninth of the season. A

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5-0 win, and on Thursday they are clear their debts to a former owner.

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Not a bad old week for Wycombe. Brunton Park has been a focus for

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Carlisle this year and they welcome the team division above with only

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two league wins away all season. Carlisle had some good attacking

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spells. This one from Jason Kenedy, heading over against his former

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club. But a little help for Rochdale to set them on their way. Steve

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Davis with this shot spinning off defender and into the net. Not the

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start Keith Curle was hoping for so early in the second half. Rochdale

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could have wrapped things up, the keeper was beaten, only the

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striker's shot wasn't on target. Rochdale made sure the tie was safe

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at the end. Nathaniel Mendez-Laing, clinical from close range, as

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Carlisle suffered a rare home defeat. Keith Hill more than happy

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to celebrate Rochdale's success and their place in round three.

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With a typical spot of FA Cup mischief Charlton's new manager Karl

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Robinson faced former club MK Dons and former assistant Ritchie Barker

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holding the fort while MK's new man at the helm Robbie Neilson watched

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with fingers firmly crossed. COMMENTATOR:

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It runs all the way through, Charles unexposed, excellent saved by

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Dillons Phillips. -- Charlton exposed. Looking threaten again,

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Bowditch. That's a good reaction save by Phillips. Here goes

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McGuinness. Nicely threaded through, is this the moment? Ajose threw

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himself at it. That's a giveaway. He has options here. He has pinned one

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out, a great block, off the line, great defending late on.

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Shrewsbury's manager wants them to have more fun, difficult when you

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are bottom of League One but last season in the cup they made the

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fifth round tie against Manchester United. Reason enough for these

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flourishes of joie de vivre against Fleetwood, which seemed destined to

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bring them an opening goal. Lewis Dodds will still be wondering how it

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didn't. Clwyd are going much better in

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League One but needed a bit of luck. -- Fleetwood are going much better.

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Stopped by the post. Shrewsbury kept trying. Ivan Tony, on loan from

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Newcastle, had ago from further out. Shrewsbury Town been getting the

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impression it wasn't their day and they'd have been nervous when the

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ball came out of FleetwoodBobby Grant with time running out.

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Shrewsbury survived and will take in the winter seaside air in a week and

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a half. Newport have already lost to

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Plymouth twice this season so would the Cup help turn their record

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around? It didn't take long for the first moment of controversy. Sean

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Rigg, straight in on Jake Jarvis and straight off. The referee had no

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hesitation reaching for the red card. Plymouth should have been in

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front at half-time. A case of how did that not going? , Smith also

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asking the same question. On loan striker Rhys Healy got into a good

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position to try and force a winner for Newport. Luke McCormick's legs

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getting in the wake and instead forcing a second round replay in

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south Wales. The Amman we have seen so many hat tricks, the one we saw

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from Scott Kashket of Wycombe in a huge win for them, 5-0 winners to

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turn the tables on their League One opponents in Chesterfield. It was

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the composure in front of goal. It's a different kind of goal, where he

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has to use quick feet, one with precision, one where he has to use

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composure. This one here, it's not a foul, get up, centre half. He finds

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a bit of space and bangs it in. Another hat-trick this weekend,

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really cool finishing. Does well. You were a centre half. I was a

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centre half, but I didn't go down as easy as that, let me tell you.

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Wycombe our debt free to their previous owner in Steve Hayes. I was

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there when Steve was the owner. It's not just been a great few days, it's

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been a great couple of months. They started slowly but are fantastic

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run. That tops it off nicely. Incredible to think it wasn't that

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long ago that Gareth Ainsworth's job may be under threat but they've won

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five. You lose one or two players, you gain one or two players and it

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can change the momentum of the season. Yes, absolutely, if you have

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quality can help you out. Well, fair to say we've been spoilt

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for goals in the second round. If you'd like to relive

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them all once again, they're available to watch back

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on the BBC Sport website. There's a bite-size summary

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of all the headlines from the second round in our Catch Up service -

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which is available And the draw that always

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gets everyone talking - for the third round of the Emirates

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FA Cup, can be seen at seven o'clock on Monday night,

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when the Premier League sides go You can follow the draw

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with our special interactive service on the Match Of The Day Facebook

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page. What has been your standout

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performance? Luke Berry. The win at Bristol Rovers for Barrow,

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fantastic. Thanks for your time. Two ties left to play. What a second

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round it's been. We leave the last two words to Barrow and Sutton

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United.

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Manish Bhasin introduces highlights from the games taking place in the FA Cup second round this weekend, with the 40 remaining League One, League Two and non-league sides looking to secure a place against the big boys in Monday's draw for the third round.

In 2015, ten non-league sides made in to the second round, but the only team to avoid elimination were Eastleigh, who defeated Stourbridge to earn a glamour tie against Bolton Wanderers.