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COMMENTATOR: All eyes in the East Midlands on Pride Park tonight. Back
pedalled. In the end it's an awful own call. Darren Bent can't believe
it. Good touch from Bent. He's scored at both ends now! Bryson, to
give Derby the lead. Andre Gray, off the post. Okazaki. Terrific block.
There's the header. The equaliser fr Morgan. Leicester and Derby must do
it all again. Hello, last night saw the first tie
of the Emirates FA Cup fourth round, an entertaining draw
in the East Midlands derby Alongside me are two men who've both
played in the FA Cup Final, one came out on the winning side,
one didn't - Danny Murphy But in Trevor's defence,
he did score one of the best ever FA First up, a top of the table clash
as National League leaders Lincoln City host Brighton
and Hove Albion, who are first The Imps put out Ipswich Town
in the the third round, could they reach the last 16
for the first time since 1902? COMMENTATOR: Not since the late
Graham Taylor was in charge have Lincoln been this far in in the FA
Cup as they bid to reach the last 16. Lincoln's team is the same that
started against Ipswich 11 days ago in the third round replay. Haber ham
returns. Arnold was the hero last time with the late winner against
Ipswich. As expected, Brighton make plenty of changes, nine from the
side that started against Cardiff City on Tuesday. Among them, a rare
outing for Maenpaa in goal. Glenn Murray returns after serving a
suspension in midweek. Already Brighton on the attack. The Lincoln
are four points clear of the top of the National League with a game in
hand on their closest rivals. Brighton top of the Championship.
Between them they have won ten of the last 12 matches played. When you
go back over the last two or three months both of these teams have won
14 of the last 18 they played in all competitions. Bags of confidence in
both line-ups. This is a much changed Brighton team. Ball into the
area. Glenn Murray with the header. Brings the early save. Pushed away
there by Paul Farman. Up into the air off the head of Waterfall. Glenn
Murray bringing the save from Paul Farman. What a job Danny Cowley and
his assistant have done. A major impact in this first season. Murray
is on-loan from Bournemouth this season. A good signing that proved
to be. Excellent play Bywater fall. He has done brilliantly. The flag is
up. It won't count. The flag went up early. Theo Robinson saw the flag
raised, it curtailed the celebrations. There's the call, just
offside. My goodness me, took the chance well. Early warning sign for
Brighton. Early shot across the broughs. Gained a lot of ground
here. Oh, tremendous effort. So unlucky. Brilliant play by March.
That's the closest we've come to a goal in the opening 18 minutes of
the match. Only seven non-league teams have reached the fifth round
of the FA Cup since the Second World War. Brighton Hove Albion are
ahead. Richie Towell, first time, into the back of the net. It's
Lincoln City 0, Brighton Hove Albion 1. After smacking the
crossbar, Brighton now have found the back of the net. Richie Towell
celebrates his first Brighton goal, on the bench, twice in the league
all season. In the team in the FA Cup and potentially a headliner with
this strike. A test of Lincoln's metal now. Brighton ahead, midway
through the first half. Sidwell couldn't get to it. Rhead good.
Header, collected by Woodyard. Woodyard, forward. Waits for the
return. It will be a corner kick, won by Hawkridge. Such a slender
lead that Brighton have. The ball in. Headed away by Hunemeier. Pushed
behind by Niki Maenpaa. Good save by the Brighton keeper. Well, Arnold
was the hero against Ipswich and he very nearly found the corner of the
net there. His team are still in the game, Danny Cowley, at 1-0. This FA
Cup tie from their point of view very much alive. Arnold did well
here. He is fouled by Oliver Norwood. He got away from Norwood
before he gets nudged off the ball from Solly March. A good number of
Brighton fans in behind the goal. Goal defended by Niki Maenpaa, in
the second-half. Maenpaa keeps his eye on that one. The referee has
given a penalty kick, it's a yellow card for Glenn Murray. The
goalkeeper has fallen very awkwardly there. Clearly hurting his left arm.
Running through the D, into the box. Glenn Murray grabbing hold of
Robinson, who then tumbles into the goalkeeper, who falls awkwardly over
the top of him. You have to worry whether the goalkeeper has suffered
a broken arm. The replacement has played one match this season. With a
chance to draw non-league Lincoln City level with Brighton. The
Championship leaders here. 1-1. Game on. Superb penalty. Alan Power
brings Lincoln City back into this one. Suddenly, it's a very different
tie indeed. He had to wait a long, long time before he could take the
penalty kick because of the injury, but the first thing the keeper has
to do is pick the ball out of the net. Lincoln City 1, Brighton Hove
Albion 1. Danny Cowley's team, I would say, fancy their chances here.
Brighton struggling to put together any passes together in this
second-half. Arnold with the ball at his feet. He will love that. It's a
dangerous looking ball. It's an own-goal. Unbelievable. It's an
own-goal off the debutant, Fikayo Tomori. They can't believe it here,
neither can the Brighton players. In the space of a few minutes, Lincoln
City have turned this tie around. First from the penalty spot, now
through this, an own-goal. Fikayo Tomori, inadvertently drags it past
the goalkeeper. The Lincoln City supporters can hardly contain their
glee. Suddenly, it doesn't look quite so good for the Championship
leaders here in the Cup. Brighton looking for a bit of quality now.
Murphy. Support out wide from Sam Adekugbe. Three inside the penalty
area. Murray is one of them. Murray shoots. It's blocked and behind.
It's the first time Brighton have threatened for quite a while. Murray
quick on the turn, quick to fire. They haven't had many days watching
Lincoln City as exciting as this one. What a messy second-half, from
Brighton's point of view. Lost their goalkeeper to injury, and in the
same incident conceded a penalty. And an own-goal separating the two
teams. It might get worse for them here. It's Robinson. It's three.
It's all over for Brighton and Lincoln City, for the first time in
115 years are surely through now to the last 16 in the FA Cup. What a
special day it's turning into in Lincolnshire. Brighton, punished
again. Lincoln, it would seem, are going to win this FA Cup tie with
room to spare. We are inside the last two minutes of the 90. Sidwell
tries to turn. It's Murray. Sidwell feeds it forward. With the shot.
Great save from Paul Farman. Good stop from the goalkeeper there.
Brighton still pushing despite the fact their FA Cup hopes are ebbing
away. We've had seven-and-a-half added minutes now. Time is all but
up for Brighton Hove Albion. They've only gone and done it!
Lincoln City's FA Cup adventure continues. They are into the last 16
for the first time since 1902. They've beaten Brighton Hove
Albion, their second Championship scalp in a row, by 3-1. You always
go into games thinking you have a chance. We were playing, we were
organised. The boys were highly moat raid. You have always got a chance.
Realistically, no, listen, I'm surprised. I have to say, not often
football surprises me, today, the level we got to, particularly in the
second-half, was fantastic. Not a result I would have seen at
half-time. I thought we were in decent control. It's a very
difficult place to come. Alvery difficult pitch. Certainly what you
can't afford to do is give them a leg up. When you concede three goals
as poor as what we have, that can be any game. It will take a day or two
to fully sink in. The celebrations were unbelievable. Hopefully, in a
day or two, we will have our own celebrations ourselves. What
happened thissen is, can you put your finger on it? Togetherness. As
the squad we are doing well. We know what we have to do and want to
achieve something Danny you have great. Been around this club for a
few years. He is infectious. He's enthusiastic? It's nonstop. The to
enjoy this win, but it's rubbing off on us, the hard work, dedication.
It's paying off with wins like today. I can't believe the scenes
and the emotion and the support. No, it's beyond all of my wildest
dreams. They've been unbelievable. We watch them queue up hour after
hour, day after day, and we shouldered that responsibility. We
were aware of it. All of us as a management group and players we were
aware of how much the fans committed to being here. We wanted to make
sure our performance could replicate that. I'm obviously pleased that it
did. Huge congratulations to them they are the third team since the
start of the millennium, non-league side to make it through to the next
round. You have impressed with what is going on from a football point of
view? Couldn't be more impressed with what is happening at Ipswich. .
Danny Cowley is doing a superb job. What they are doing from the
training ground on to the pitch is outstanding. The patterns of play,
movement has been superb. Doesn't look like a gulf of 72 teams. For
most of the match they looked very equal? Absolutely. Competing very
well. We see from these clips. They deserve to win these games. Not only
are they going long when it is necessary when they get it down,
they get these triangles going. You see it here. Movement off the ball,
nice and sharp. Laid it off. There you would think it's four against
three, it's three against three. Way too much room. Brighton allowing
them to put balls into the box. Dangerous. Again, clever backheel.
Good movement again off the ball. All the players making good angles
for each other. You think it's dead here, at second phase movement,
going into that space. Unfortunately it didn't come to anything there.
It's the spirit of the team. Cheeky nutmegs there. Outstanding play from
the full-back there, who is excellent all day. Again, get into
these wide areas. It supersedes the league they are. They are winning so
clearly in the National League and flying high at the top of the
league. Overloading down one side. Movement off the ball. Far too easy
to put crosses in. Theo Robinson can't get his header on target.
Here, it's not really a press. There is pressure there from Nathan, poor
clearance. You say to Nathan - what do you want to do? Can you play it
so I can play it first time? Theo Robinson great disguise on his shot.
Fabulous finish. This is what they are all about, hard work,
commitment, desire to win. This is in the last few second of the game.
Woodyard played excellent on the day. They clear they lines. Never
looked in danger in the second-half. Weathered the storm in the first
half. Probably rode their luck a little bit. Second-half they were
far better team and deserved the win. You can see what it means to
the city. The crowd, full house again, as usual at Sincil Bank this
season. The club are going well. He has got the whole town, the whole
city behind them and done incredible things so far in the league. On they
march in the FA Cup. Brighton don't. A lot of people will wonder, why
would Chris Hughton, with a team two points clear in the Championship,
playing goodbye good football make nine changes what does it say for
his respect of the FA Cup and think where they are. Why would they not
go for it in the The Championship is different
because of the amount of games you play and irregularity. I understand
it and I look at the team that teachers today and thought, there is
still enough quality. I agree with him, the first half was decent. They
looked like a threat and could have gone 2-0 up. He will be
disappointed. It is embarrassing as a player to lose to a team from a
lower league. Especially as the four leagues. They will be disappointed.
Let's keep it in perspective, Brighton or on a great run. In a
small way, they will not feel it tonight, but next week, they might
feel it could be a blessing and they can focus on promotion. If Lincoln
Perlich someone massive in the next round at home, they might think,
that could be us. Liverpool have just one win
in seven this January. Could they double their total
against Championship side Wolves? It is Liverpool's worst start to
calendar since 1993, and back then, they were dumped out of the FA Cup
by Bolton Wanderers of the third tier. Jurgen Klopp has made
wholesale changes. Only Karius and Firmino survive from the defeat in
the League Cup against Southampton on Wednesday. 21-year-old Connor
Randall makes his first start of the campaign. Wolves without their
regular goalkeeper through suspension. Harry Burgoyne, who only
turned 20 last month, makes his third senior appearance. Weimann has
joined the club on loan from Derby. Richard Stearman and David Edwards
were in the team the last time Wolves ones here six years ago, one
of only two micro victories at Anfield since 1950. Liverpool last
won the cup in 2006. Just one piece of silverware since. After
Wednesday's massive disappointment, they need to embark on a lengthy run
in the FA Cup, to get some momentum back into their current campaign.
They are without a victory since New Year's Eve when they got the better
of Manchester City. Since then, it has gone a bit wrong. Wolves have
forced the first free kick of the afternoon. Paul Lambert's men
getting the best of Stoke in round three. I decent delivery. Bad
marketing. What a start for Wolves. Richard Stearman, the Wolves born
defender, not them in front. The 8000 travelling fans cannot believe
this. Liverpool's January has just got a lot worse. Called in by Costa.
Stearman given the freedom of Anfield to send it home. If the
Wolves supporters had dreams last night, they could not have dreamt of
something quite so dramatic that early. Now just keep it tight for 89
minutes. Liverpool think there was a question of offside. I think that
Stearman is onside. He could not believe the room he was given. Four
years ago in the cup, Liverpool went out to Oldham Athletic. They have
had a few embarrassments in the cup on home soil as well. In 2010, they
went out, Barnsley two years prior to that. In the 1990s, Bolton and
Bristol City ended FA Cup hopes. Firmino attacking the near post. It
is headed away powerfully. Wolves will lead to spring a counter
attack. Dicko holding the line up top. It is a fabulous run. Costa
denied after carrying the ball some 60 yards. Those Wolves fans already
in dreamland. This would have added gloss to the situation. The
challenge from Woodburn was just enough. The goalkeeper was not
required. Wolves Saint this youngster on loan from Benfica. Paul
Lambert is desperate to sign him on a permanent basis. So far, Wolves
have not been tested by Liverpool. The Wolves fans have been starved of
any success in the FA Cup. That victory at Stoke in the last round
was their first victory in the competition for six years. That was
calmly done by Doherty. Releasing Costa. Weimann is the past to the
left. He is onside. It is two. This is unbelievable. Andreas Weimann. He
only joined the club this month on loan from Derby County until the end
of the season. He sends the opposite end of the crowd into raptures.
Superbly orchestrated. The counterattack by the Championship
side. Wolverhampton Wanderers are 2-0 up. Costa thought he had lost it
to Moreno. He got a second bite and depict the past. -- picked the past.
Weimann kept his nerve. Liverpool found wanting defensively again. On
course to crash out of the FA Cup at the fourth round stage. Paul Lambert
on course for surely his greatest ever result as a manager in the FA
Cup. What an awful week this has been for Jurgen Klopp, losing ground
in the Premier League leaders Chelsea, losing in the EFL Cup
semifinal to Southampton. Note 2-0 down in the FA Cup fourth round.
Wijnaldum with a chance to reduce the arrears. He goes down under the
challenge and it drops to Firmino. Was this a good shout for a penalty?
It is clumsy from Weimann. He will be delighted to see the back of
January. Wolves down in 18 spot in the Championship. They are not
playing like a team in that kind of situation. Wijnaldum trying to
wriggle his way through, but Saville is therefore Wolves. He will release
Bodvarsson. Has he got the pace to get away from Gomez? He has won a
corner. He will settle for that. Paul Lambert asking for a bit more
from his team. Try telling that Lott that the FA Cup does not matter.
Wolves looking to attack. Gomez got his head to it first. It was back in
by Mason. Karius with the save, and the flag stayed down. Bodvarsson
denied. Surely that would have wrapped up the game.
That was off the chest of Matthew Dougherty. Behind for the coroner.
Wolves will have had stern test this season in the Championship. Coutinho
with the outswinger. It will drop for Daniel Sturridge. They have got
one back through Origi. Is there time for Liverpool? No great from
Jurgen Klopp. Sturridge kept it alive, and Divock Origi thumps it
home at the back post. This is Can. No Woodburn. Sturridge is waiting.
Desperate shouts of handball from behind the goal. Coutinho to deliver
again. It has gone all the way outclassed. -- all the way across.
What a save from Burgoyne. The young goalkeeper got across just in time.
Knows he will knows he is in a game, with the fans behind him being for
blood. Quit being by Woodburn. Too strong for Origi. Joe Mason can
clear. Bodvarsson. Kennedy had to watch the corner flag? He has kept
it in. He has kept going, what the run. Kept out by a combination of
liberties and Karius. Fabulous play by Jon Bodvarsson. Lucas got his
body in the way. There are biting fingernails, biting telephones. They
are doing the lot. Less than 30 seconds to go. Stearman in the way
again. Impeded by De Bock Ricci. Paul Lambert knows he is almost home
and dry. He knows that another competition has gone down the drain
for Liverpool. Lacklustre Liverpool, right from the beginning. Wolves did
more than enough to deserve this fantastic result. After such
difficult times since being relegated from the Premier League
five years ago, at last some genuine joy for those winning gold. It is
Wolves to march into round five of the FA Cup. For Liverpool, it is the
Premier League or boss this season. The final score, after a miserable
week for Liverpool supporters, 2-1 Wolves. I was standing there with a
few minutes to go and the lads were running empty. They were fantastic.
I've been here with a few teams and they have been beat. This one was
the best one. The game plan was brilliant. Harry has not had a save
other than the one in the second half. We could have been three
before Liverpool squad. They started 1-0 up. They had more confidence and
we had less, which makes the level equal. It is not about blaming
single players. I am responsible. We are all frustrated and angry about
this performance. All I can say is sorry. I have been dreaming about
coming here and winning. I am a massive Liverpool fan. I want them
to win all the time, apart from today. To do what we did was a great
feet. We were playing against top-class players. The fan base is
incredible. It is like that when we play at
home. The players have a bond with the supporters. It is a special club
with a special fan base. To go out of one cup in a week is
disappointing, two is careless. We will talk about Liverpool's January
in a moment. Massive credit to Wolves. The game plan was brilliant,
said the manager, and they executed it well. Yes, basically it was
defending numbers, be disciplined, but when you get the chance to get
the ball back, drive at the defence. He is unlikely that is not on
target. Forcing Liverpool into a mistake and winning the ball back.
Getting forward, can we break the lines? Great movement of the ball,
and great run by Weimann. He was unlucky. There is a good shape about
the team. They win the ball back and straightaway we three -- we see the
three players involved, Helder Costa, Origi -- Weimann, and Dicko.
It was a great ball. No transfer Karius. Again, defending. This was
the theme of the game. A good ball to the centre forward, great hold-up
play. Here we can see what Bodvarsson is all about. Good
movement and great determination. In this position, you think he has no
options. It was brilliant individual skill. To get that on target was
great. If wikis does not read that, it ends up in the back of the net.
-- if Lucas. They could have gone on to win? Yes, the early goal gave
them confidence. They took it to Liverpool and Liverpool did not have
any answers. It has been a terrible January. What went wrong today?
Where do you start? They were too narrow. Also, they picked the team
that had nobody who could see a pass and open up that defence. The
narrowness of the front three in the first half, it was too much. I am
all for players going in and trying to find spaces but you need someone.
You need someone in the middle who can see pass. Touch it out of your
feet. His touch is bad. Lucas tries and nothing ball out wide. They see
it coming. You could throw a coat over the front three again. It was
so predictable. This time the three are not bad. Moreno cannot find the
right pass. Not difficult, sliding Origi. He cannot do it. A lack of
quality, everyone coming to feat. Wijnaldum does not want to play a
risky ball. Lucas is not that type of player. He tries to threaded
through. Jurgen Klopp side. He brought on Coutinho. Look at the
difference. This is the quality that Liverpool possess. This is Woodburn,
a great run. It was a little overhead, but suddenly Liverpool
looked like a thread. A player on the pitch who can see the runs. The
players make the runs because they know they might get the ball.
Another good run but it did not get there. This time, everyone comes to
feet. He plays it and he waits. He sees the run. Moreno knows he will
get it. That was a real threat. If you do not put your best players on
the pitch from the start, you can be chasing the game. Daniel Sturridge
came on, another player with creativity. When those two came on
the pitch Bielik vector. The team selection was long. -- the team
selection was wrong. One victory in eight in January. This was the team
that was going to challenge Chelsea. Some are saying it is because he's
not used to the intensity of a full season, because he's used to a
winter break. Other people say it is because of the way they play, it has
exhausted the players. You see it differently? We will see that
argument further down the line. Sadio Mane is unavailable, and Joel
Matip. They let the cup of African nations. Coutinho is getting back
from his injury. I do not add here to the fitness side of things. I
just think that the strength in depth for Liverpool is not there.
Liverpool were pushing Chelsea for the title. We were saying they are
are the best chance of a team to catch Keeble Chelsea. Jurgen Klopp
was getting the players to play out of his skin. He deserves some credit
for that. There is a test for Liverpool on Tuesday night that will
in a way will be a good thing for me. When your back is against the
wall, nothing better than a big game at Anfield where you have to produce
a result. If Mane does get, depending on the flights, whatever
time he gets back, they need him, get him out there. Absolutely. They
have been free-scoring. The last seven games, only scored five goals.
They are struggling going forward. A big test one way or the other on
Tuesday night, won't it? All right. Spurs have just one defeat since
the start of December, they faced League Two Wycombe Wanderers,
who themselves are unbeaten in 16 games and famously made
the semi-finals 16 years ago. COMMENTATOR: French Under-21
international makes his second start for Tottenham since joining since
last August. Eric Dier and Wimmer the only starters today who began
last weekend's draw at Manchester City. Kashket is a Tottenham
supporter. He has 14 goals in his 18 appearances this season. Akinfenwa
has 10 with six in his last 10 appearances.
Plenty of noise and encouragement as you expect from the Wycombe fans. A
chance for Wycombe to break down that far side. In towards Akinfenwa,
he gets his head to it. And what a start, oh, brilliant save from Vorm.
For all the world that looked as though Wycombe were going to take
the lead inside the opening minute, but Michel Vorm keeps it at 0-0.
Jacobson. Not a lot of distance on the header. That could have been
dangerous. Blackman was there. It still could be dangerous, Son!
Wycombe in a mess of their own making. Fortunate that Tottenham and
Heung-Min Son didn't take advantage of it. Akinfenwa. And, again. Hayes.
First time shot. Vorm got a touch to it. More reasons to be cheerful for
the Wycombe fans. Hayes blasts in, you can see it curling in the air.
Just passed the midway point of the first half. Wycombe's first corner
of the match. Everybody back for Tottenham. Vorm, came for it,
couldn't get there. Drops for Hayes! Pandemonium and bed lum at one end
of White Hart Lane as League Two, Wycombe Wanderers go in front at
Tottenham Hotspur. His sixth goal of the season. The others will all pale
into incision compared to this. Look how much space he has? It drops
nicely. How about that for a finish? Tottenham Hotspur 0, Wycombe
Wanderers 1. Winks, Son. Dier. Nkoudou. His ball across. Wouldn't
drop for Sissoko. Sissoko, again, blocked on the line. Cleared away to
safety. It was Paul Hayes, the hero at one end, who was the man in the
right place to clear that one away and deny Sissoko an equaliser.
Absolutely desperate that his team do not go out of the competition.
Trippier. Up against Hayes. Sissoko, trying to get away from
Jacobson, he's done so. Son. Good save from Blackman, really strong
hand there to keep that shot out. Brilliant save. Picked up by Dier.
Little header forward. Akinfenwa. Through goes Wood. He's got Hayes in
the middle. Wood, down under the challenge of Carter-Vickers, and
it's a penalty! Cameron Carter-Vickers gives away a
spot-kick and Wycombe have the opportunity to double their lead.
Akinfenwa with the through ball. Wood on the chase. Carter-Vickers
claiming he got the ball. The referee says he didn't. Hayes. He
makes it two! What a moment to be a Wycombe Wanderers supporter. What a
moment to be Paul Hayes. He hasn't scored since the FA Cup second round
win at Chesterfield, back in early December. But he's made up for that
with two goals today at White Hart Lane. Winks.
Turned away. Onomah. Got a touch off a Wycombe player last of all.
Hayes, couldn't get there, Son. He drives it across and in. Got a
slight deflection, but Heung-Min Son will claim that and Tottenham are
back into this match, just before the hour mark. Son's ball in. There
was a little touch off Jacobson. It diverted the ball away from Blackman
and into the Wycombe goal. Gareth Ainsworth will have said to his
players, keep it tight, you know what's coming. It'll be an
onslaught. Janssen, on the chase. Pierre with a body check - penalty
kick. Not much doubt about it, really. Aaron Pierre here, clearly
blocking the run there of Vincent Janssen. It's a penalty all day
long. Janssen, up against Jamal Blackman who's saved four penalties
already this season. He couldn't quite get to that. Tottenham have
turned this match around. It's 2-2 at White Hart Lane, Blackman almost
getting to it. Janssen puts it into the corner. Everything to play for
now, here. Towards Weston. There for Trippier. Forget the push there, is
it the way he lands there on his leg and the other leg buckles up
underneath him. Tottenham will play the rest of the match with just 10
players because Kieran Trippier has gone off. Mauricio Pochettino's side
have just over a quarter of an hour to play, one man down. Wycombe
supporters no doubt looking at their watches every so often just to see
how long is left. Lovely touch though on that far side. Weston with
the ball in, and it's headed in by the substitute, Garry Thompson.
Wycombe are back in front, again! Thompson runs the length of the
pitch to celebrate in front of the visiting fans. Garry Thompson, the
36-year-old, he's only been on the pitch a few minutes - power and
direction. He puts it past Michel Vorm for a third Wycombe goal. Is it
the goal that takes them through to the fifth round of the FA Cup?
Gareth Ainsworth said in the build-up to this match that he saw
no reason why this Wycombe Wanderers team couldn't be celebrating in the
same manner as some of their legendary teams of the past. And
make no mistake about it, this will be a result to possibly top all
results in their history. A chance here though for Dele Alli.
Janssen inside. Dele Alli, 3-3. Tottenham have rescued it.
Blackman's clearance was a poor one. The header, back into the path of
Delfounesoey Alli, who still had plenty to do, but did it superbly.
As we head towards stoppage-time, it's 3-3 at White Hart Lane, but the
drama has not ended. No doubt about that -- Dele Alli. Forward by Dele
Alli. Sissoko. He's got Pierre for company. Sissoko, he goes past him.
Into the middle, Janssen - brilliant, absolutely brilliant from
Jamal Blackman the ball is chipped on to the air. Janssen must have
thought he was odds on to score here until Blackman's intervention. What
a save. Now Wycombe have to stand firm, stand tall, get this ball
away. Winks. Davies. Son. Winks. Son. Son gets the return ball and
diverted into his own net. Heung-Min Son has got the winner for Tottenham
with just seconds left at White Hart Lane. It's so, so cruel on Wycombe
Wanderers. Heartbreak for Wycombe. They can't quite believe that their
FA Cup dream has been ended in such fashion. Heung-Min Son's 11th goal
of the season, and it's the winning goal. Tottenham Hotspur have won it
in the most dramatic of fashions. It's really cruel on Wycombe
Wanderers. What an FA Cup tie. Gareth Ainsworth and Wycombe
Wanderers can be very, very proud of themselves. What a match. Less than
10 minutes since the final whistle can you begin to put your emotions
into words after that? Please don't ask me. Roller-coaster that is
football management. That last 10 minutes is... I mean, I don't know
where to start. It's after time. A penalty I thought was not a penalty.
I mean, the lads have done me so proud and the town so proud just
what we've done today I think puts a marker down of how far we've come.
I'm so proud of the boys we came here to give it a go I hope everyone
respects we gave it a go and a hell of a game for the neutral. Now after
four years here in England every time that we play anything can
happen. Unbelievable game. They played very, very well the first
half. I think we play better than them in the second-half. You know,
obviously football the chances we scored and we won the game. Full
credit to Wycombe. They played very well. Congratulations to them
because today they were heroes here at White Hart Lane. Nice to score in
the FA Cup. That's the magic of it. I've been lucky in my career to play
at stadiums like this and score another one ticked off. It's nice,
but it's not just about myself. All the lads have done extremely well.
Hold their heads up high and we will go again. Cracking FA Cup tie,
wasn't it? It had everything that you want. Sitting there as a neutral
and you can't help yourself but want the under dog to something. Did you
feel at the end of 90 plus 7 minutes Trevor that the result was the right
way? Did it feel Wycombe should have taken something from it What an
advert for FA Cup and low division teams. I thought they deserved the
draw. They did. Played well in the first half. Bright, fearless. They
went to White Hart Lane and played without fear. Here breaking for him.
Gareth, like leg said, very proud of them and Wycombe have done
themselves a world the good. They are I mraing against a Premier
League side in Tottenham who are absolutely flying. They have now
gone nine games and no defeats. Playing really, really well. Scoring
goals. What did they do, Danny, Wycombe Wanderers to unlock them?
They got lots of crosses into the box. Tottenham have arguably got the
best by four in the Premier League and they changed the whole back
four. That is always a problem. Poll his misses a header in the first
minute. That should be 1-0. They keep putting balls in the box. That
is Akinfenwa, are jumping his man. This is a good ball. This time it is
Aaron Pierre. If you watch the corner, Kevin Wimmer decides he
needs to go and help. He needs to help his mate help -- he needs to
help his friend deal with Akinfenwa. You think, why have you left him. He
still has lots of work to do. That was an incredible finish. In the
second half, they did not attack as much because Tottenham played
better. But they still had chances. That was a great ball from Myles
Weston. At that point, you think, this could be their day. I agree
with Trevor. I felt really sorry for them that they did not get the
replay, not just from a football perspective, but from a financial
perspective. They can hold their heads high. You would not blame
Pochettino for arresting a few of his big guns, playing a League Two
side at home, he would think he has enough in his armoury. He had to
bring on the big guns in the end to win. Dele Alli. We spoke about
Liverpool. Tottenham still have quality. Dele Alli, nine goals and
one assist in the last eight games, incredible form. He has this
presence about him. When he comes on, the other players, yes, Dembele
was a help, but sometimes one of the big players comes off the bench, and
you feel a lot better. You sense everybody gaining confidence. He is
a wonderful talent. Give Tottenham credit. To score two madrigals with
ten men showed great spirit. They had used up other substitutes at 61
minutes. We would have been questioning his man management. Yes,
you took a risk. But they are safe. They have the winning mentality. It
paid off. This time last year,
Oxford United had disposed of Premier League Swansea to reach
the fourth round. Today, they had Championship
high-flyers Newcastle On enters day, a moment for
reflection following the passing of the club's record goal-scorer. He
was the brother of Ron Atkinson, Oxford United. The question, could
the current team do him proud? The early signs were promising. Robert
Hall tried his luck, but Matz Sels did not buy it. Newcastle United
have not been beyond the fourth round in 11 years, but the manager
had rung the changes with one eye on promotion. The Oxford keeper, Simon
Eastwood was to play an even bigger role. He was in just the right place
to deny Mitrovic. Six times cup winners they may be, but Newcastle
were frustrated. Oxford grew in confidence. It is a goal. Kane
Hemmings following the script. Newcastle were stunned. Mitrovic
surged into the box. Rudely interrupted by Philip Edwards. It
was a time for the goalkeeper to stand tall against the Serbian. It
was a brilliant save by Simon Eastwood. Eastwood helping to make
Oxford's Bay. They sensed an opportunity. Robert Hall almost
seize the day. All seemed good for the League One side, just ugly for
Newcastle. The bollards on the back of net. Curtis Nelson. The story was
not quite finished. On loan from West Ham, Toni Martinez wanted the
final word. That is a goal on his debut for Martinez. The history
books show that Oxford reach the cup finals in 1964. This team are
writing a new chapter. I am not sure that we have got the unit to shut up
shop when we go 1-0 up. From our results in the league, we are not
really a 1-0 team. I am proud the lads have got the football club into
the last 16. When you play in the Championship, you cannot play two
games a week at this level, at this intensity, without taking risks. I
thought that we deserve to do well, and to win, maybe, in the first
half. We did not do it and we conceded. They made nine changes,
like their rivals at the top of the Championship, Brighton, who are also
out of the FA Cup. They took a risk. You said they did not underestimate
them. What was the difference between the sides? For Rafa Benitez,
it shows that his players on the fringes are not as good as you might
think. They were not good enough to be Oxford. The key moment was the
penalty. The referee's position was good. I think the referee makes the
right call. It is a great run. He is asking questions of the defence. The
defender cannot touch him, he is on the wrong side. It is a penalty.
What a save. Sometimes we see those saves and if it is a nice tight for
the keeper, you can say that he guessed and got there. But that was
really low. Fantastic. That saved from Simon Eastwood keeps it at 1-0.
To become 1-1 against the team at the top of the Championship, things
could have swung the other way. Momentum changes so quickly,
especially with the Newcastle support. I disagree. When you slow
it down, you see that Mitrovic is clever. He grabs the defender's
shirt. It is not likely to disagree. I only say it see it. OK.
So four matches down, but there's plenty of action still to come.
In the last round, Manchester City won 5-0 at West Ham.
Today they travelled back to the capital to face last season's
Sam Allardyce's only victory as Palace boss so far came in the
previous round. It was a replay victory against Bolton thanks to a
brace from Christian Benteke, who leads the line today. City have won
11 of their previous 12 meetings against Palace. Vincent Kompany
makes his first appearance since the 2-1 victory in November. There is a
thrill debut for Brazilian teenager Gabriel Jesus. Crystal Palace have a
bad record against Manchester City. They have lost their last four game
against them. Clichy. David Silva has made a run. That was
a great save by Wayne Hennessey. It was a good run by David Silva. Wayne
Hennessey make himself big to deny the Spaniard. It has not been a
happy start for that man, his eighth game in charge, just the one victory
so far. That was a bad touch by Clichy. He gives it to Lee. That was
a late challenge by Yaya Toure and that will be the first booking of
the game. It was really backheel and Yaya Toure went in late. He won four
domestic cups during his seven years in Spain and Germany. A good burst
of pace from Jordon Mutch. Toure brings him down. He has already been
built, Yaya Toure. The Palace players are asking the question. The
referee does not want to know. It was an excellent turn of pace from
Mutch. A little shove in the back. Perhaps slightly fortunate. Benteke
was held by Sagna. He is not pleased with giving away the free kick. It
will be Lee with the delivery. It is high, towards Benteke. Mutch. James
Tomkins. What a save by Caballero. It was cleared by Clichy. Benteke
lost out on the head. It was a scuffed shot by Mutch, and another
scuffed shot by Tomkins. Caballero had to be alive. That is an
excellent ball. Raheem Sterling is in. He opens the scoring for
Manchester City. One pass, it absolutely poor the Crystal Palace
defence apart. -- poor. Raheem Sterling kept his cool. 1-0
Manchester City. This is Sane. Will they doubled their lead before
half-time? Gabriel Jesus. What is saved by Wayne Hennessey and the
lucky Rikishi against Martin Kelly. Jesus blasted back at Wayne
Hennessey. Sam Allardyce is furious that Yaya Toure remained on the
pitch after a controversial offence which could have seen him pick up a
second booking in the first half. Ward tilted across the penalty area.
Half cleared by David Silva. It might fall for Mutch. Now Lloyd --
Loic Remy. He went for the spectacular and did nearly came off.
I think that was a shot from Mutch, and Loic Remy could not quite get
over with it -- get over it. Steve Parrish has admitted that signing
players has been more difficult than he thought, in this January transfer
window. Manchester City can break. David Silva has options. Three
against four. To wrap it up, Leroy Sane. An incisive break. Another
cool finish. That will surely wrap things up at Selhurst Park. It looks
like it is going to be a fifth loss in eight games for Sam Allardyce.
This is Fabian Bell. Jesus has time to turn. -- this is Delph. He runs
at the Crystal Palace defence. He's taken out by Flamini. Another
booking. Perhaps a final chance for Manchester City. This would rub salt
into the wind if Yaya Toure was to get Manchester City's third. There
it is. It had to be. Yaya Toure loves playing against Crystal
Palace. They must be sick of the sight of him. His seventh goal in
eight appearances against Palace during his Manchester City career.
Man City go through to the fifth round in style. It is the same
story. You cannot keep conceding goals. Certainly the first two goals
were presentable. It is important to have a clean sheet. It is quite
difficult when we concede a lot of goals to win the game. But on the
other hand, we created chances. Today, we were able to score goals.
When we see that Farrell, not giving the yellow card, Yaya Toure would
have to go for a double yellow card. I was baffled by the decision. Let's
clean it up. Were you equally as baffled was it straightforward? It
is not straightforward. I feel any contact, everyone wants a card. For
me, the first one against Joe Ledley was. It was a foul but I do not
think it warranted a yellow card, and definitely not the second in
that position, I'd wait, no danger. I think Sam Allardyce is grasping a
little bit, asking for a second yellow card. He is frustrated. The
rub of the green is not going for him. You agree with him so we can
move on. I am not saying he is the Messiah, but Jesus is going to be a
big player for Man City. Hewlett confident, full of ideas. A very
exciting prospect. We have a player on our hands, no doubt. He is
special. His touch was good early in the game. Nice and strong. Keeping
of the man. Look at that for a pass. He showed every attribute that you
need to be a top player today. He did not find the back of the net but
he got himself in fantastic positions. The goals will surely
come. This is his best chance, it was a great save. He does not want
to do the attractive bits. Look how strong he is. He was tenacious. He
has only been here five minutes. It was a good run. He is strong. You
liked how vocal he was as well. He has got character. You need
character. You need that kind of arrogance about you to play at this
level. Yes, he reminds me of Ian Wright, morning when prices were not
coming, really animated. He is a very exciting player. I am sure the
City fans are happy. An Ian Wright's old stomping ground as well. A
Brazilian playing in all sorts of biblical weather and he did not seem
to mind one bit. Worth mentioning, Vincent Kompany, 90 minutes, superb
for the club. Southampton reached the EFL
Cup Final by beating Liverpool this week,
would their good form continue in the FA Cup
against 12-time winners Arsenal. Commentary comes from
Guy Mowbray and Tony Dorigo. COMMENTATOR: Bellerin. Mustafi.
Bellerin still forward. In doubt Southampton will be aware
of the full-backs pushing on for Arsenal. That will be part of their
attacking plan as well when they do win it. Plays in Danny Welbeck. He
finishes in fine style. That's a sweet moment for the Arsenal and
England striker. Out with a knee injury since the end of last season,
he's begun his comeback in recent weeks. Now his first time back in an
Arsenal team from the start of the game, he finds himself on the
scoresheet again, via the crossbar. Really nicely taken. It is
Southampton 0, Arsenal 1. Oxlade-Chamberlain. Over towards
Welbeck. Welbeck, eyes on the ball. It's another one! Brilliantly taken,
too. Danny Welbeck has a double for Arsenal. He is showing The Gunners
fans the sort of finishing ability they've been missing from him during
his time on the injury list. He watched that a long way in the air,
but the control and finish were just sublime. Brilliant finish, it really
was. What a ball from Oxlade-Chamberlain, plucks it out of
the air. Take it is away from the defender and keeper. He has the
composure to slip it underneath. Brilliant ball, even better finish.
Sims, breezes past Bellerin. He came back well. Here's Shane Long. Ospina
is well out of his goal. That's fired over by Hojbjerg. Ospina will
have a shy of relief. Once he can't get it, he has to go back towards
his own-goal. He should be getting back. Fortunately for him, enough
defenders. Hojbjerg, all he could do is volley it high. Stephens. Now
Martina. Through for Shane Long. Long's gone for goal, he had to.
Nothing really else on for him. It forces the save from Ospina. He hit
that nicely. Fantastic effort, wasn't it. Martina push it down the
side of Holding, the pace gets him in behind. Took everything to claw
that one out. You don't see that happen very often. Absolutely
drilled by Stephens into Hojbjerg. Trying to find Wallace. It's in for
3-0. Southampton being taken apart by Arsenal. With Arsenal scoring a
third, Southampton might be out of the Cup. They gave the ball away,
Danny Welbeck, brilliant pullback. McQueen should get there quicker.
Lee Wallace wants it more. He stabs his right boot in the way.
Southampton are looking at themselves, they really have
committed too many mistakes. This one cost them another goal.
Ospina wasn't really ready for that. Gave the crowd a little bit of
excitment. That's not a great touch from Stevens. Straight to
Oxlade-Chamberlain he has passed Gardos. Sanchez to Wallace. 4-0 to
Arsenal. They carved Southampton open once again, "Theo, Theo" booms
down from the away seat. Two for Welbeck, two for Wallace. What a
perfect evening it's been for Arsenal. Certainly has. Sanchez,
certainly onside. He stops it dpr going out. Composure, head up, finds
the right pass, doesn't he, as well. Wallace steers it it into the bottom
corner. That's exactly what he does. That makes it four. Redmond. Sims is
in a good position, if he can be found. He can't. Away to Perez. He
is setting Sanchez, away. Sanchez has two for company. Seemingly, all
the time in the world to tee up Wallace for his hat-trick. As easy
as you like, once again, from Arsenal. Lee Wallace, with a
hat-trick, against a team with whom it all began for him. Really is
brilliant play from Arsenal. Southampton are caught high up the
pitch. Direct play. Perez plays the ball to Sanchez. Does brilliantly.
Waits, bide his time. Plays the perfect pass as well. Keeper will be
disappointed. Not at fault for the first four. For this one, number
five, should have done better. Goes over his foot. Theo comes back home
and scores three. We were not enough withed good balance between young
players and experienced players. It's important for us to play. It's
a good lesson. It was pleasant to watch from upstairs because we were
explosive, always dangerous, made good runs in behind. Overall, we
looked as if we had a consistent performance through 90 minutes, good
solidarity and, above all, everybody played well. When you look at the
players individually from the goalkeeper to the striker, everybody
had a good performance. Both sides made massive changes, ten and nine
changes. If you are a Southampton player who made it through to a Cup
Final in a few weeks time off that win from Liverpool do you not want
to feel the home appreciation? I do. Southampton are safe in the Premier
League. When up won at Anfield to get to Wembley. Go on, same again.
I'm really surprised. They paid the price. One side who has the I
ability and strength in deep to rotate that way. Fantastic win for
Arsenal. Welcome back to Welbeck. You want to look at him? To hit the
ground like he did, usually you need time, three or four games, because
you have been out for so long. Hit the ground running, sharp and
bright. Bright brilliant finish. Scoops it over the keeper. Fantastic
finish. Great ability. We know what he has, full of running, as quick as
they come. I think all Arsenal fans will be delighted he is back in the
team, scoring goals, he looks fit and strong. Again, fantastic
movement off the ball. We know he has this. Good touch away from the
keeper. Little nutmegs and almost injures the centre-half, a bonus. He
has worked very hard and has confidence from this. Big part of
Arsenal's win today. That kind of playing a weakened side like that
would have helped in a way, wouldn't it, it was easier than the tests he
might get in the Premier League? He looks ready. I think he gets in
Arsenal's best XI every I think isle time. He adds goals, power and pace.
Super player. Pleased for Arsenal he's back, and for him.
There's plenty more fourth round action tomorrow as well.
Starting at 11.50am on BBC One as league one,
Then you can listen to coverage of non-league Sutton United v
That's followed by Manchester United v Wigan Athletic back over
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worth staying up for Patriots versus Falcons. Sunday, 5th February, live
on BBC One. Two years ago, Chelsea lost out
to League One Bradford City Today's opponents also started
with 'Br' and ended in 'Ford', but could Brentford give
the Premier League leaders COMMENTATOR: Only six miles apart,
but only their 14th meeting. Brentford's last win in this fixture
and only success on this ground came in 1939. Plenty of changes from
Conte con. There is a start for Ake who last played for Chelsea in May
2015 he has been recalled from an outstanding loan spell at
Bournemouth. Costa is kept in reserve in case.
Josh McEachran returns in Brentford strikes. Hogan is on the bench, he
is nt with aed by West Ham. Willian to Pedro. He didn't seem aware of
it, he was coming his way. He is saying that's a harsh decision. I
have a certain amount of sympathy with that, on first viewing. He has
probably lent in with his elbow, the Brentford striker. Willian and
Fabregas will be hoping to break the lens of that camera in the top right
hand corner of the Brentford net. It's Willian, it's in. Great
free-kick from Willian. Bentley wasn't sure which way that was
coming. Willian curls in the free-kick to give Chelsea the lead.
Seventh goal of the season. Beautiful free-kick. Willian, good
ball. Loftus-Cheek wants it. Pedro to the right hand side. Through to
Pedro, and it's 2-0. Glorious ball. Razor-sharp, Chelsea. And Pedro
spokes pokes in the second, with barely 20 minutes played. This is a
great ball. Loftus-Cheek, left it, whether he meant to leave it or not,
I'm not sure, but it was a very good decision to do so because Pedro was
in behind, and strokes Chelsea two goals in front. Fabregas looking for
Loftus-Cheek, what a ball that was. Ruben Loftus-Cheek for Chelsea. The
shot is deflected wide. What a pass from Cesc Fabregas. Absolutely
fantastic ball from Fabregas. Egan stuck to his task. John Terry with
the header. It was blocked by Zouma. Has it crept in? Batshuayi thinks it
has. The referee says it hasn't. Blocked by Bentley and didn't quite
get over the line. Fabregas. Loftus-Cheek. Oh, really
good save. Bentley will be happy with that. It's a really good stop
because Loftus-Cheek caught this already. -- all right. Good
reactions from the keeper. In front of John Terry. Begovic did well.
This was Woods into Vibe. John Terry went to ground. Vibe couldn't get
his feet sorted out and couldn't find a way to get around Asmir
Begovic. Tony Pulis, the manager of West Bromwich Albion. West Brom
amongst the clubs said to be interest in... What a super run this
is. Finding Loftus-Cheek. Oh, he hits the bar. Deserved better. A
brilliant, brilliant run by Willian. Almost a lovely finish from Ruben
Loftus-Cheek. Wonderful control and pace and precision in the pass into
Loftus-Cheek, it came off the bar. Zouma.
Here goes Pedro. Five in this Chelsea break. 3-0. Ivanovic has
scored big goals for Chelsea over the years. That may be his last in
blue. ,. . If so, it's a fine way to bid farewell. At 3-0 there is no way
back into this Cup tie for the Championship side. His 33rd goal for
Chelsea, possibly the last. Penalty. He was brought down. Played
into the feet of Ivanovic. The challenge hammered into his left
leg. Michy Batshuayi. He has finally got his reward. Stroking in the
penalty. 4-0. We are pleased for performance. It is not easy to
change big-name players. We did not lose our identity. That is very
important. It shows we are working very well. All the players, with our
squad. I was really pleased. I said we had to ask questions. I felt we
played to deepen the first half and did not ask enough questions. It was
pleasing the way we started the second half. For 20 minutes, until
the third goal, we were well on it. In answer to the earlier question,
no. Brentford struggled against a team of running away with the
Premier League, scoring for fun, and to they made lots of changes
and give a go and have not been getting in the first team, and they
picked up were the others left off. Yes, that is what Antonio Conte has
brought to Chelsea. One of the highlights for me was Ruben
Loftus-Cheek. He played in a forward roll on the team and he looked
comfortable and effective. You see him running of the ball. Taking
responsibility on the ball, it was a good take. He was unlucky. This was
happening time and time again. It is a good touch. You think, is this a
player who has not played many games for Chelsea? Confident, graceful, he
moves well. He gets his shot away, on target, testing the keeper. This
is where he has improved, runs off the ball. He does
everything right, so unlucky. This was happening time and time again.
Fantastic feat for a big man. He lifts up his head and cannot get it
on target. If that is what we can expect from Loftus-Cheek, he has a
big future. How are these young players going to break into the
starting 11? Should they go on loan? It is a conundrum. You can be
waiting forever if you go away. He is not young any more. It would be
good if he could go to another club and get the experience. Downing, the
centre of the pitch, thinks about the shot. He has found the top
corner. Stewart Downing. Accrington Stanley dug in to try and unearth an
equaliser. If anyone could unlock the Boro defence, surely Billy Kee
could? But it was not Stanley's day. The Premier League side did enough,
just. Adama Traore had the chance to make it more emphatic. Christhian
Stuani should have buried the rebound. They found the ball in row
Z. Boro find themselves in Renfe. With Burnley's impressive form a
curved mirror, even the most optimistic of Bristol City fans
would have been hard-pressed to imagine an upset. Lee Johnson on the
receiving end of the vote of confidence this week, his team on a
bad run of form. Their Bosnian striker, Milan Djuric, has yet to
open his account since his arrival earlier this month. Had he taken
this chance, it might have been a different story. Burnley took the
lead soon after. Sam Vokes finished first time, just before half-time,
his 50th goal for the club. City never looked like getting back into
the game and almost conceded when this overhead back pass had to be
saved by the on loan goalkeeper, Fabian Giefer. Eventually they did,
to a moment of brilliance from Belgian midfielder Stephen Defour.
His effort guaranteed Burnley a place in the fifth round for the
first time in six years. A Lancashire derby to set the pulses
racing in years gone by. Here, it sent the fans from both sides
marching, the fan serving as a centrepiece around supporter unrest
about the ownership of their clubs. The FA Cup was an irresistible
attraction. Those inside P-word Park -- those inside Ewood Park, if not
quite on the edge of their seats, were key areas. Sam Gallagher sent
them on their way. Winners Andy Murray when you need him? The
message from the referee, no balls, please. It was at Vantage Blackburn
midway through the second half. What a strike. Glik to Blackpool were
finding it heavy going. Their cause was all but lost with Kelvin Mellor
is' dismissal. It might have been a different story for the ten men had
Will Aimson named Laura. Blackburn have their sights set on recapturing
former glories. But Rochdale must have fancied their chances having
reached the last 32 for the third time in four seasons. They had the
first opportunity to take the lead after dominating the initial
exchanges. Peter Vincenti over the bar, let off for the Championship
side. Rochdale had their moments, up until this kick from Conrad Logan
led to a goal. On his debut, he has scored. Piazon side. Rochdale are
screaming it was offside. Huddersfield have taken the lead. It
has been ten months and toddlers fields were last awarded a penalty.
Mark Hudson adjudged to have been brought down. Isaiah Brown, on loan
from Chelsea, slotted home to extend Huddersfield's lead. Two second-half
substitutes combined for Huddersfield's third. Over to the
left. Hefele head it in at the back post. A terrible goalkeeping
mistake. With six minutes left, Hefele was in on the act again, the
central defender turned makeshift striker with his second, and
Huddersfield's fought in what turned out to be a comfortable cup victory.
-- fourth goal. Some great goals give air, but when that we felt we
could not leave the programme without seeing again, credit to
Stephen Defour. Take it away, Trevor. It is a hopeful free kick, a
decent strike. He picks the ball up on the edge of the box and drives at
the heart of the defence. It is a nice little slept, and it is the
sense of urgency. He thinks, I have got the chance. This is an exquisite
finish, unbelievable. The technique that was into scoring that kind of
goal is incredible. Fair play to him. Not many players have got that
technique. I said have not. Does it make it all the sweeter that he was
involved that the other end of the pitch as well? Of course. We have
been blessed today. I still think the
volley from post-2-mac was fantastic. It has been a great day.
Bristol City on a terrible run in the league. Burnley's home form
continues to astound. He has done a wonderful job and does not get the
credit he deserves. They play a good style and they all know their jobs.
I thought that was a Neil Garnham victory for them today. They did not
disappoint. Great to work with you both.
Just time to take a quick look at tomorrow's headlines.
"It's a Knockout", says the Sunday Times,
as they reflect on giant killers, Lincoln City.
The Sun on Sunday picks out four FA Cup sensations to focus
The Daily Mirror are reporting that Wayne Rooney could be heading to
China imminently. The Mail On Sunday focuses on an expected battle
between Arsenal and Manchester United for Antoine Griezmann this
summer. Romance in the FA Cup is alive and well at Sincil Bank.
And our very own impish Trevor has fallen a little bit
I think we've all got a soft spot, haven't we?
1-1. Game on. This is Andreas Weimann. It is two. What a strike.
It is in. Wycombe are back in front again. Son has got the winner of
Tottenham. Willian. It is in. Robinson.