Third Round Highlights - Saturday The FA Cup


Third Round Highlights - Saturday

Highlights from the FA Cup third round, including non-league Barrow v League One side Rochdale, Manchester United v Reading and Everton v Leicester.


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The start of the road to Wembley for the top two tiered teams of the

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country. One of the biggies will go no further than this. That was a

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risky one, a penalty for City. Here comes Yaya Toure, emphatic penalty.

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Sterling, what a goal that is. David Silva, it's three for Manchester

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City. Toure, and it's turned into number four. Into John Stones. West

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Ham United nil, Manchester City five. Good evening.

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So Manchester City the first team to come through their Third Round tie

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of the Emirates FA Cup in impressive fashion last night, and tonight

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we have a whopping 25 more ties for you to enjoy.

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Watching all the action, the former Middlesbrough and Fulham

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goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer, alongside Trevor Sinclair,

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Cup finalist with Cardiff City and scorer, of course,

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Let's start with one of the four non-league teams

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left in the competition, Lincoln City of the National League.

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They travelled to face Mick McCarthy's Ipswich,

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who'd won just two of their last seven matches in the Championship.

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Lincoln City have actually reached the FA Cup quarterfinals three

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times, but the last one came 115 years ago. Fair to say recent form

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is more relevant. Seven wins in eight, top of the national league.

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Yeomans, promising. Robinson has scored four Lincoln City! Just seven

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minutes gone, Theo Robinson sending shock waves out of Suffolk. It

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switched no doubt spurred by the prospect of a half-time meeting with

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Mick McCarthy, inspired by lonely Tom Lawrence levelled it only five

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minutes later -- Ipswich, no doubt spurred by the prospect of a

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half-time meeting. It's seven years since Ipswich won an FA Cup tie and

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they made hard work of this one. Into Arnold, into the area, can he

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finish it? No, the goalkeeper saves it. 57 blazes between them. Ipswich

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were finding it tough going. If not quaking, certainly concerned.

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Lincoln were on a roll. And come the hour, well, 65 minutes to be exact,

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they have the man. It's a poor header. Robinson, he's done it

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again! Theo Robinson has made it 2-1 to Lincoln City. Around 5000 Lincoln

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fans, plus one excited commentator, pinching themselves. But just four

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minutes from time, Ipswich skins were saved by that man, Lawrence.

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Showed Leicester just what they are missing. You would have thought that

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might have finished the non-leaguers off but with FA Cup headlines

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flashing in front of their eyes, Lincoln raced forward in search of a

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winner. Would they have the legs to finish it? Lincoln have a great

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chance to break here. Slide the ball forward. Wood yard to the edge of

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the area. Can't quite do it. So Ipswich survive an almighty scare.

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Lincoln played very well, I thought they were excellent. They both had

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spells in the game, but to be honest, they were the better side

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overall. Probably didn't deserve that, but then, we gave a couple of

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sloppy game -- we gave away a couple of sloppy goals as well. Yes, we are

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still in the Cup, we didn't lose. It was a routine effort, we can draw

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breath. We will wake up tomorrow pretty proud of what we've achieved

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today. Late agony as far as the Imps were concerned. Trevor, you were

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there. At Sincil Bank earlier in the week to see the build-up to the big

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Cup tie. Many will be surprised by that but from what you saw from the

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Cowley Brothers, you weren't? Two Brothers, the manager and assistant

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manager, they have done a fantastic job. They came in at the beginning

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of the season and the whole culture at the football club is about hard

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work, togetherness and they were so meticulous in their preparation,

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watching video footage of Ipswich. I was really impressed, they are

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running the club like a Championship club, giving the players no excuses,

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the training intensity was superb. I wasn't surprised by the result and I

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thought they deserved to win today. They were pegged back twice, two

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goals from Tom Lawrence, on loan from Leicester. Did you see this

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kind of finishing from him when you are training there? Quite regularly,

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he trained in the 20 ones that came and trained with us for a finishing

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session. He's a talented boy, that he came from Manchester United and

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they are expected a lot from him. He's got Bates Gill, great

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strengths, and you have to question the goalkeeping on this occasion. --

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he has got great skill. He put himself in the right position.

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Robinson was superb going the other way for Lincoln. A great finish. To

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control that, it's one of the most difficult skills in the game. He did

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it so simply. A fantastic finish. Good hold-up play, I thought it was

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a foul and the referee had a good opportunity to give the free kick,

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not a great reaction that from the centre forward. But again, Lawrence

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was the difference for Ipswich. He kept them in it, if it wasn't for

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Lawrence they would have been out of the tie, and they must be very

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pleased they have him in the side. Lincoln are still in the hat for the

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draw. Still in the Hat, they will go back to Sincil Bank -- Sincil Bank

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and will look to finish the job off. The lowest ranked team left

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in the competition, Stourbridge - from the Northern Premier League -

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got their first ever taste of the Third Round today

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as they travelled to League Two Could they make light of the 74

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league places between them? His grandad won the Cup, Bobby

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Gould. Today, in his 23rd birthday, Matt Gould takes centre stage for

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Stourbridge are ever present in their cup run which began on

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September the 3rd, he's only conceded five goals in their seven

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ties. Casting the unusual role of giants, Wycombe Wanderers post

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League Two's Player of the Month in their ranks, Scott Kashket has

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scored 13 goals this season including a hat-trick in the last

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round away at Chesterfield. It might fall here to late. Chris late for

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Stourbridge. Paul Brand, a decent cross pulled away. Tower Bridge full

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of confidence from the off and Chris late who has scored twice already

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causing real problems in that Wycombe defence. He was scored for

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Wimbledon back in 2001 in the FA Cup. Won by Durbin, but the rebound

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drops favourably for Scott Kashket, of all people. He knows he should

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have tested Matt Gould in the goal here.

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Up goes Brown. Dan Scarr, a good save. Dan Scarr got plenty of power

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behind that half volley. Blackburn produces a really good save.

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Wood has got away from Broadhurst. Akinfenwa in the box. Wood goes for

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glory. Chances are still there. The effort was blocked and now it is

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hoped in and its Sam Ward, the substitute puts Wycombe in front

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early in the second-half -- Sam Wood. Stourbridge, all their effort

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of the first half now counts for little.

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There was a push as she tried to get a touch to that. Once more, Dan

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Scarr and Duggan trot towards the Wycombe penalty area. The goalkeeper

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thought about coming. It will drop here to Dan Scarr. He equalises! Red

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lamp behind that goal! What seems at Adams Park. What determination

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showed by Dan Scarr here. As he battles with Anthony Stuart,

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wriggled through and fires home. Stourbridge stay alive in the FA

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Cup. And with 20 minutes to go, it's a difficult contest to decide who's

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more likely winner. Given away cheaply by Wycombe again.

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It's Tonks. The cross wasn't of sufficient quality. Tension mounting

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for those Stourbridge fans now. They've got something to hold onto.

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Dogs with a chance to cross. Blackburn struggling against the

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bar. What a let off for the goalkeeper on loan from Chelsea. Tom

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Tonks, a lick of paint away from giving Stourbridge the lead. The

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last eight minutes for Stourbridge to keep Wycombe out. Is this where

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the extra fitness of the full timers will pay dividends? James Hunt's

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cross -- Jacobson's cross, Akinfenwa heads home. He might go across to

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Joe Jacobsen to congratulate him on the quality of the centre. Duggan

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jumped underneath the cross there and Akinfenwa punishes him, and

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Wycombe will fancy their chances of seeing themselves through now. All

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credit to Stourbridge. They came in had a game plan and gave everything,

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so this is the beauty of the FA Cup. Anything can happen and we had to

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dig down and dig deep and luckily we got there in the end. I scored some

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better goals than that, but at the time, in front of these fans, at

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this sort of stage and occasion, no, that's one of the best goals I've

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ever scored, yes. Very proud of everybody involved in the football

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club, their performance, the fans, who were absolutely amazing, the

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atmosphere that's been generated today it has on the back of the

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neck. Yes, I'm down, but like everybody, we are down for the right

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reasons. Heartbreak for Stourbridge, their dream is over. What a terrific

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when it was. That was their eighth cup tie of the competition. They did

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themselves and their manager Gary Hackett proud. They were excellent.

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They were unlucky at times because the game at 1-1, they had a chance,

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a great chance off the crossbar. Was it across, was it a shot? On another

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day it may go in. They did themselves proud and the league

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proud and like the manager said, they'll be thinking about it but

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they'll be walking away with their heads held high. They have to do it

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the hard way. They came back from behind and had a chance to win it.

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Yes, I'd be very surprised if he said this was a shot. Yes. This is

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the goal, we are looking at it, they keep it alive really well. Dan Scarr

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does well, a fantastic finish. He called it the best goal he's ever

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scored, I'm not sure about that but it's an important one. The slots it

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home really well will stop this is the cross, Tom Tonks, he might -- it

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might be a shot. I'd like to listen to him say it, but it was an amazing

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effort and it would have made it 2-1 to Stourbridge. They had a chance to

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get in front and who knows what would have happened then.

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Stourbridge were always going to be up against it, up against the Player

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of the Month, Scott Kashket and Akinfenwa, he caused Liverpool

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problems a couple of years ago when he was in a Wimbledon shirt and he

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gave a telling contribution today as well. Yes, he certainly did. He's

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always a handful for whoever he plays for. His movement into the

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box, he's not the quickest, however, his timing is really, really good.

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He's slightly off there but he's always a threat. This is a superb

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ball across and equally excellent header in the top corner and it was

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a nice, fantastic goal to win the game for them. You look at that

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cross by Joel Gade -- Jol Jacobson and it's literally putting it on a

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plate. He gets his timing right and there's no chance for the goalkeeper

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and it was a winner. He's got a very big leap for a very big man. I was

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going to see a big leap in a muscular salmon. I haven't seen one

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of them before. Let's find out now how some

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of the Premier League teams fared against sides outside

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the top flight. Starting at The Den, where

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Bournemouth travelled to Millwall. Troubled times at Millwall, they may

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be forced to leave the dent because of a row with the council. Before

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they knew they have been behind, only Morison knows how they won it.

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Some heads might have dropped, Morison did something more

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productive with his. Here comes the delivery, here comes Morison, into

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the net. Morison has headed League One Millwall in front against

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Bournemouth. Something was happening here. The League One side was

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swaggering around them and. 20-year-old local boy found Lee

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Gregory. Not quite, but Bournemouth were nowhere. They made 11 changes

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but making them fresh but unfamiliar. They struggled for

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rhythm. How they needed this header to be better directed. They found in

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their path Millwall side which has been unchanged throughout the

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Christmas period and was getting its second wind. Gregory is going to

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stretch, Cummings takes over, plays Morison one side, and it's in the

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net, it's 2-0 and its Cummings. The fullback continues his run and

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Millwall have extended their lead, with four minutes on the clock in

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the second half. This wasn't a display typical of Bournemouth this

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season, they are ninth in the Premier League. It took until

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stoppage time for them to get the ball in the net, it was no

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consolation. Callum Wilson flagged offside. Game over? Not quite.

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Morison won the tackle and gave a deafening den a big finish. Millwall

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are coming forward, they absolutely exhausted. Ferguson into the box,

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can he wrap it up? He shoots, he scores! Ferguson has wrapped things

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up for Millwall. The boys worked hard on stopping

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Bournemouth, nullify their threats. They have a hugely talented squad

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whatever XI they put out today. We knew we were capable of making

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chances. I felt it was a team strong enough to win the game. It was the

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wrong decision. Do you regret the decision? Hindsight is a wonderful

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thing. If we knew we would perform so badly we wouldn't have made the

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chances. I believed in the players who played today better than they

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showed. Wolves lost their last six FA Cup ties against Premier League

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opposition. They showed early intent. It was a much changed

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line-up but they took the lead on 29 minutes. Wander Helder Costa beat

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Lee Grant at his near-post. Peter Crouch has been in fine form

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recently with two in two, but failed to find the net with this effort.

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Wolves keeper, Ikeme, wasn't required. Wolves skipper for the day

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led by example, denying Stoke. Crouch was frustrated by a reflex

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save. Wolves brought on 16-year-old Gibbs white. He had a close view of

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this free-kick. Wolves had their first FA Cup tie win in six years

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and a place in the Fourth Round draw. I thought we were outstanding

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from start and finish. We are playing with confidence at the

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minute. We looked exciting. Robinson came with a back after a year being

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out and thrown into that and Lee Evans being out since I came to the

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club and getting the young 16-year-old on the pitch who I

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thought did well. We needed to be more aggressive in our work and on

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the front foot. What you talk about about week in and week out. We

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didn't start in the right manner we found it difficult to get out of

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that. When we went behind that we got a reaction. Clearly, that's not

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what is required. You need to be ready to go right from the off.

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Derby won the last meeting 16 years ago, nervousness hung in the air.

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However, it was Derby's defence that showed the jitters. Someone should

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have told former West Brom keeper, Scott Carson he's now playing for

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Derby. Keogh to the rescue. The main thing about mistakes is to learn

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from them. Yes, about that! Keogh and Carson at it again, Matty

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Phillips made absolutely sure this time. The Premier League side on

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their way and they might have put the game out of reach, instead James

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Morison picked out Ping. Derby have been transformed since McLaren

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returned and they are made of stronger stuff these days. Darren

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Bent showed he could find the net from distance, too. He has scored in

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every one of his FA Cup aparances for Derby. Minutes later, the tide

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was turned on its head completely. Master Ince with a master stroke.s

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West Brom were stirring an upset in the sink. They threw everything at

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it. Derby threw bodies in the way to stop them. Scott Carson had the last

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laugh. Derby's first FA Cup win over a league opponent in over 30 years.

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Darren Bent, he brought back the years with that goal. Didn't he. Not

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seen many goals outside the box from Darren. That was a cracker. That was

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a great goal. Icing on the kale cake with Tom and his free-kick. We

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battered them. They have five minute spell after half-time where, you

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know, they score two goals, two poor goals from our point of view. Fair

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play to Derby. They get through. I hope they get a good draw. Good luck

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to them. It wasn't our day today. Surprising results. Millwall with

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the biggest shocks of the Third Round, 3-0 winners at home to

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Bournemouth. How much credit do you have to give Steve Morison. He

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missed a great chance for the side, only then to obviously help his side

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on to victory afterwards? This is the miss now. The goal is gaping. He

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has to lift it. For me, that shows great character. Getting back in

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positions. Back into goalscoring positions and finishing it. It's a

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great header. Really rolls well. Glancing header. Easy to put too

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much on it and miss it at the near-post. He gets the right

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purchase. Puts it in the back of the net. He is happy. That is his second

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spell at the football club. They say - don't go back to the club again.

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He has gone back and been successful. Spiritual home. Eddie

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Howe made 11 changes, he said afterwards it might have been a

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mistake in hindsight. Can you see where he is coming from there?

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Definitely. It's difficult for players who haven't been playing

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week in and week out to come in and gel together straightaway. They come

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up against an opposition who they are at home, they are proud, they

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want to try and progress in the Cup. They have a great opportunity

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against a Bournemouth side who have made so many chances. It's nice to

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hear that a manager comes forward and puts his hands up and said - I

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got it wrong, simple as that. The in con sfras tras, Stoke were at full

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strength. Only Joe Allen from the first team was given a rest for

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their Cup tie against Wolves. In between the posts for Wolves.

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Instrumental for their victory? Excellent for him. He was the

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difference between the two sides. Strong wrist there. Could have gone

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through goalkeepers. Excellent form. Made tremendous saves Ikeme

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throughout the game. He is using his experience. He is an experienced

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goalkeeper now. You know, that is where he is there for. His best save

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was against Crouch he reacted from close-range. Threw himself to the

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left hand side. They have a lot to thank him for it. How good is that

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free-kick from Matt Doherty then? Outstanding strike. It's one of them

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where you hit, as it leaves the laces of your boot. It has a great

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chance of hitting the net. That is what it did. West Brom had six wins

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in the last 10. Darren Bent with a strike from open play. Not going to

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hit a sweeter one than this? Amazing strike. Sweet spot. I don't think

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the defenders will be happy with their defending on that. Tony Pulis

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was not happy with the free-kick. He said the referee made 13 paces for

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the wall to go back. It's 11 yards. Could that make all the difference

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for a goalkeeper when Tom Ince took this? Not necessarily for the

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goalkeeper, it's a difference for the taker. He has room to get the

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ball over the wall. What I can say is, he can't see it. The goalkeeper,

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he's lost sight of the ball because the defender is running across,

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attackers are running across. He is flat-footed. The ball creeps into

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the near-post. Greatout come for Derby, second-lowest goalscorers in

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the Championship as things stand. Five games down, just

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the 20 still to come. COMMENTATOR: Rashford, around Al

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Habsi. Xhin commend Hugo! Bennett denied. And McGovern claws it out

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harms way. Now, could non-league Sutton United

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make the headlines once They caused one of the greatest

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shocks in Cup history back in 1989, beating top flight Coventry City,

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who'd won the competition just This afternoon, the current

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National League side hosted League One AFC Wimbledon

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at Gander Green Lane. COMMENTATOR: A local Derby sell-out,

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two famous giant killers, controversial pitch, lovely Cup tie.

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The bog of a pitch was a leveller. Can the artificial surface have the

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same effect today? AFC Wimbledon don't like it. Sutton have some

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experience. Tubbs had a spell at Wimbledon as did keeper Worner.

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Wimbledon keeper James Shea was once on the bench for the Gunners. Tom

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Elliott has scored in both of their rounds so far. Any advantage point

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from per missible today. It's been a remarkable journey from Wimbledon

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since they played her first match here, pre-season friendly, in 2002,

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six promotions later, the team in blue are the favourites here -

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Sutton the giant killers in the making. Here's the early chance. It.

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It been in. Matt Tubbs of all people. He has banged in 135 goals

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on-loan when at Wimbledon. Should have scored. He has seven kids. I

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think he was up most of the night with the young ones. He can't

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remember Alex Ferguson having the problem of staying up a night before

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a game. Taylor. Breaks here for the short by Bournemouth. Hugely

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experienced Danny. Alan Pardew in there. Mrs Pardew a keen supporter

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of Sutton. Where ever hi has been at a manager, helping them out. Tricked

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his way through, Andy Barcham. Colliding with Eastman. Corner kick

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in. A strong punch by Ross Warner. The cross back in. Dealt with. Swept

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away. Here is the counter-attack with the pace of deacon. Biamou is

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in here. Could this be their moment? Wide it goes. Another chance for

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them. Good counter here. Fine pass by deacon. Good weight on it. Got

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goal-side. No left foot outside of the right - went wide. Goalkeeper

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slipped as well. Goodness me, that was an opportunity.

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Slipped away. Steady on the left hand side. Break away here by

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Sutton. In towards Biamou. Took it well on the chest. Good save. James

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Shea in the Wimbledon goal. Lovely break by Sutton. Best moment of the

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game so far. Took it brilliantly on the chest. Got the shot away early.

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Shea stretched his 5 foot 11 inch frame. . All I want for new year is

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my two front teeth! A man over. Good challenge. He has some experience,

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Kevin Amankwaah over the years. At Sutton for a couple of years now.

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Good build-up. Into the box. Is that a penalty? There was a challenge

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from behind on him. The referee was well placed. It was the substitute

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who made the challenge. Just on the field of play. Wrong side to make

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that challenge. He got the ball. That's a foul for Wimbledon. They

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got two tight on Lyle Taylor, who had a quiet game. Shirt was being

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tugged. One goal will win it, surely. In towards the mix. Charles

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was up there. It was blocked, poked over the top. Out to Robinson. He

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had a few in his long career. Never prolific. Dropped to him. Over it

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went. They've still to test Ross Worner with an attempt on target.

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Barcham. Will they win it in stoppage time? In comes the cross,

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near-post. Just wide. It's a corner kick, as Elliot went in there.

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Barchm got beyond his man. Dangerous cross into that corridor of

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uncertainty. Blocked. It's loose. It's scrambled away. Bowerman was in

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there, Robinson was in there. Solid goalkeeping. It goes to a replay.

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Non-league Sutton know they have the opportunities. A handshake for rival

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managers. Certainly, Paul's team had the better of the chances. 0-0.

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People thought we were the better side today. It's a big chance here

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for us. I thought our keeper made two or three good saves. We did

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ourselves credit. We put on a good performance today. I did what they

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expected in the FA Cup from a home team. Took the game to us. They have

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threats around the pitch. Today, for us, we didn't come here to try to

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get a replay. We wanted to make sure it was in the hat. We had to put in

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a solid display. What does it make to the community? It is huge. It's

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the FA Cup. A one off. We will fancy it. Why not? They will have a replay

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in 10 days' time. You kept a close eye on this one. Far from a do youer

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0-0. Sutton will ask how they didn't get through it?

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They did dominate and they deserve to go through. They have the best

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chances. It's a local derby, so there's a lot riding on the game.

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The artificial pitch has a big part to play in this. Rory Deakin was a

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big part of their performance today as well. He set up the first two

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chances on goal. Without him, I think they wouldn't have been as

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effective, and I think his vision throughout the pitch was excellent.

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On another day, I think they would have at least scored a couple of

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goals and that would have gone through quite comfortable. He was

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influential in the previous round, but none in the one that comes

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afterwards. The Dons were under the cosh a lot of the second half.

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Should they have had a penalty? We had a really close look at this and

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it took a couple of times to decide whether it was a penalty or not, but

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you have to give credit to the referee. He did a really good job.

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It wasn't a penalty. Initially, it really did look like a penalty. It

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wasn't a penalty. Just watch the action here as the ball goes

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forward. He goes down dramatically. From here, it looked like it was.

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You see the toad nicked the ball away, it's a well timed tackle, it

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has to be perfect because of it wasn't, it would be a penalty. He's

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done exceptionally well and thwarted the attack. I thought it was a

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stonewall penalty to begin with, I couldn't believe he didn't give it,

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then watching it a couple of times, you could see the referee was spot

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on. Last season's winners,

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Manchester United, faced a resurgent Reading,

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who are challenging for promotion in the Championship under a manager

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all too familiar with Old Trafford. Watching this one,

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Guy Mowbray and Clive Allen. Yap Stamm has returned to Old

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Trafford but before now not in the competitive capacity on the other

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side. He has received a warm welcome, did leave under a bit of a

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cloud though. The United team chose nine changes from Monday's Premier

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League game at West Ham. It is carried's 50th appearance in the FA

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Cup. It's Ashley Young's 150th game for the club and its Wayne Rooney's

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first chance since before Christmas to tie with Sir Bobby Charlton as

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United's record scorer and get an extra goal. Tyler Blackett does

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return to his first club. Jew changes from the comeback win at

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Bristol City sees George Evans and Liam Kelly. John Swift has only just

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returned from an ankle injury. United kicking off their campaign as

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the holders of the FA Cup. Last crashed out at the first hurdle,

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this third round stage, three years ago, when they lost to Swansea City

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due to a late winner from Wilfried Bony. Up towards Rooney. Rooney

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collects. Rooney tests Al Habsi. A sign of United's intent. This is a

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magnificent ball. Rooney makes the run from a slightly deep position, a

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wonderful first touch. Yap Stamm will be concerned with the way his

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team started. Here's Carrick, out RTL. Chris Gunter getting across to

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him. Martial to test him. He was looking for Rooney, Mata might have

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been better placed. Mata was a fantastic option, he tried to put it

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back into Rooney's path. This time, marshy al. Wayne Rooney, he

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equalises the all-time goal-scoring record of Sir Bobby Charlton for

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Manchester United! Goal number 249 for the club. It's not the

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prettiest, but it's an important one, and it comes off his right

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knee. As the ball is cut back to him he sneaks out his right leg,

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ricochets off his right knee and into the far corner. A moment of

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history in the third round of the FA Cup. A moment of Manchester United

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history. Look how please Sir Bobby is about it. That's it, he says.

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Marcos Rojo has already played one terrific ball over the top. Martial,

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Rashford on the run. Martial goes for the corner. Manchester United

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have a two goal lead. It has been so easy for them, right from the start.

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They are ripping Reading to bits. Rooney with the first. Martin Jol

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with the second. How many more are coming Al Habsi's way? Manchester

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United two, Reading nil. Jose Mourinho, a happy man. Reading

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enjoying some possession. This is just the game.

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Deflected behind off Jones for a Reading corner. A good spell from

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the away side, a good response. 2-0 down, staring down the barrel, and

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all of a sudden just relaxed a little and certainly been more

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positive in the way they have passed the ball. Liam Kelly corner.

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Something a little different. What a chance that was. Liam Moore missed

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it. He is free as a burden United box. The left foot volley from the

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edge of the box, Moore needs any sort of touch. That would be goal

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bound, but he can't get the contact that is needed. Their best chance so

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far, without a doubt. Unlikely to get many better in a tie like this.

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Smalling, a great ball. Rashford, around Al Habsi. But only to hit the

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side of the net. He takes up a fantastic position. It's a brilliant

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pass. Lovely first touch, rounds Al Habsi. Just has to do the most

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difficult part and that's hit the target. Delaney, Young. He will lose

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that race with Vandenberg. Both slid in together, Obita hurt by

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the late challenge from the Manchester United man. The yellow

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carded or rowdy out of Andre Marriner's pocket. He's taken out

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with both feet high. It's a dangerous challenge to make. I think

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he's right, Andre Marriner. It was a bit reckless, Ashley Young. It

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warranted a yellow card. McCleary on to it again, if he can

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beat Romero. He is hurt by the challenge of the United goalkeeper.

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He takes the full force of Romero's challenge, comes feet first and

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catches him on the right right knee. You can see, he's fallen through

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into the right knee of McCleary. Is that stands up a dangerous one? --

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is that a studs up dangerous one? It's about being up in control and

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the safety of your opponent. Rashford, his latest opportunity.

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This one is taken. The goal has undoubtedly taken Manchester United

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for sure through to the FA Cup fourth round. Rashford has had to

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work for that and wait a long time for that. His first strike since

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September. United three, Reading nil. He's had opportunities in this

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game but when this one resents itself there's no doubt. This is the

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hallmark of a striker. The first touch is good out of his feet, the

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second one sets him up to side footed past the advancing Al Habsi.

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Lovely finish from the young striker. Tim Fosu-Mensah and

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Sebastien signs Tiger coming on. Listen to that. His Manchester

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United career has never really taken off after all those glorious years

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at Bayern Munich. Eight titles, seven German cups. The Champions

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League. Of course, he only got the big one with his national team. And

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that's a big one, from Ali Al-Habsi! You've given United a and a second

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for Marcus -- he's gifted United a fourth. Like buses, you wait ages

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for one and two come along at once. Al Habsi receiving the ball back and

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just taking one second too long. Touch with the standing foot as he

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tried to clear with the left, deflected away from his left boot.

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Rashford pounces to help himself for the easiest goal he's going to

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scoring his Manchester United career. It gets more comical every

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time you look at it. A nightmare moment for Ali Habsi. Are really

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proud moment for me and hopefully I'll enjoy today. I'm really

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honoured to be up there alongside Sir Bobby. It's good to be back, the

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atmosphere, the fans have been great today for myself but playing in the

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top of the Championship and playing against a side top in the Premier

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League and maybe top of Europe, it's a bit different. We are scoring

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goals. Today, it was important to break the balance of the defensive

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line. The goals are just a plus. Wayne, it's a question of time. We

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know he's going to be the best scorer in the history of Manchester

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United. We know that. It's just a question of time. You needed two

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goal is for that. Now he needs one. United in total control against

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Championship side Reading despite Jose Mourinho making nine changes

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for the game. The headlines will be about Wayne Rooney, not Sir quite

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yet, but he equals Sir Bobby Charlton's all-time goal-scoring

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record for Manchester United with 249 goals. Where does he stand in

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terms of the United all-time greats? You've got to put him up there with

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the amount of goals he's scored equalling Sir Bobby Charlton's

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record is outstanding and he has his critics, but for me, unfairly so. I

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feel he's done a great job. Manchester United is a big part of

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his life and he shows it on the pitch. He made a telling

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contribution, did he not. There was a goal from him, and assist, four of

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his six shots on target, high leading the fact he has plenty to

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offer. He's always had brilliant basics. He takes the ball when --

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ball well, he has an end product, superb. We know what he's got when

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it comes to his passing range. Setting up another chance here.

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Saying onside, really clever play on the weighted pass there, fantastic

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defending to be honest but that's almost a goal. His passing range,

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setting up another chance, he was instrumental today for Manchester

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United and his movement, he doesn't want to get involved and listen, you

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go with his foot, he doesn't connect with his foot, it comes off his knee

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but they all count and that equals Sir Bobby Charlton is a fantastic

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feat for the man. I'm really pleased for him. There was Sir Bobby

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Charlton looking at his record being equalled of course. And Sir Alex

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Ferguson, it's only a matter of time before he goes out on his own. You

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can see the influence he had on the game. Yes, getting into the number

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ten holes, side on. Reading didn't know what to do with him. They

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didn't know whether to come or go and in the end he was instrumental

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in the game. How about those around him? How much of Wayne Rooney's

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performance was down to two, maybe three, key players? It was a big

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difference, the fact that Martial and Rashford created a lot of speed

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for him. They always had that threat of getting behind the Reading

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defence. Rashford was excellent today. He could have scored a

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hat-trick. Maybe he needs to improve on the end products, the finishing

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and on another day he would score. His movement behind, Reading were

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always petrified of him. They dropped off, gave him the space,

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they were in fear of him because he was so good today. Players wouldn't

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get back onside. You can see the intent was to get onside, he gets

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lucky with the ball and he's able to cross. Peeling off the defender, the

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ball from Carrick was excellent as well. It's a brilliant ball, enables

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Rashford, and Rashford makes the initial movement and finishes it

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calmly. Eight straight wins for Manchester United in all

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competitions, momentum clearly with Jose Mourinho.

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Next, two clubs with a rich Cup pedigree.

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Preston North End have won the FA Cup twice in their illustrious

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history and were hoping to continue their decent

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Championship form against 12-times winners, Arsenal.

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Darren Fletcher and Steve McManaman were at Deepdale.

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It's a sell-out for this one between Preston Championship and Arsenal,

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the 12 times winners against a team who have won the Cup twice and lost

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five of their finals. The Gunners have been the dominant FA Cup team

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in recent seasons, but North and have a manager in Simon Grayson who

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knows what it takes to cause a third upset. He did it at Old Trafford

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with Leeds United, six years ago. It's switched here. In towards Hugh

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Gilbert, the defender for Arsenal. The flag stays down. What a start it

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is for Preston North End. It's Callum Robinson with the goal. What

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a start for his players! Monreal falls asleep. Everybody is played

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onside. A little bit fortuitous. Poor defensive work by Arsenal.

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Preston with the benefits -- reap the benefits. Is Callum Robinson's

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sixth goal of the season, which makes him a joint leading scorer for

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Preston North End. It's only the fourth time he's scored in the FA

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Cup and Arsenal, winners in the last three seasons, have early work to

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do. Oxlade-Chamberlain, Gallagher has tracked him inside and Pearson

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was waiting for him as well. It forced the error which is picked up

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by Aiden McGeady. He's quickly on his way. Gallagher and Hugill are

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over here. It's back into Robinson. It was a really important ball for

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Arsenal. By Mustafi. Otherwise, it might have been 2-0 to Preston North

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End. There was thought that clearance, that block by Mustafi,

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might have hit the arm. I think his arm is by his side, not a penalty.

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They have been able to hold firm, in the main. Which is why they are in

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this promising position in the Championship. They are in here

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again. The then Hugo. Teamed up for him, he couldn't reach it. What an

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opportunity. How on earth he hasn't scored there. That is Arsenal trying

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to play offside. What are they doing. That is an easy tap-in for

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Hugo. You wonder whether the chances breast Preston haven't taken will

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come back to haunt them. Now Gallagher. Spot space out wide here.

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Fantastic ball. Lovely ball, wasn't it? Robinson waiting in the penalty

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area. In goes the cross. Dealt with. Clear as far as Gallagher. Gallagher

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might be in. Ospina starts to come. Over the goalkeeper. Clearance by

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Monreal. Arsenal almost close it again and eventually clear it.

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Another mistake. A difficult chance that. He had to generate a bit of

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power to get it over Ospia. Another chance at the other end not taken by

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Preston. Here's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. The ball in

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towards Ramsey! Well held by Maxwell. Little grin there. Nice

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header. A good height for him. Oh! The first time that Arsenal have

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managed to open up the Preston defence. He did well to win his side

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the corner. Held the ball up well. One of the main dangers to Arsenal

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here from this latest Preston corner. Which they take short. Sent

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in by Gallagher. Ospina will get the free-kick. The goal won't count. In

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the modern game, when you challenge a goalkeeper like that it's

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inevitable the free-kick will go his way. Haven't seen any arms in his

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face, let's have a look. Ah, yeah, maybe the right arm. I don't think

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there was that much in it, to be honest. No changes made by either

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manager. We will see whether Arsene Wenger has got this Arsenal team at

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a better level in the second-half. Xhaka playing the ball forward.

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Cleared. Pearson doesn't complete the tackle. Oh, it's the perfect

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start for Arsenal with Ramsey. What a fantastic strike from Aaron

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Ramsey. First goal of the season, just when they needed. The man who

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scored the winner in the Cup Final, he pops up with a goal to get them

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level. 50 seconds into the second-half, smashed it into the

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back of the net. Good strength. Sees Ramsey, one touch. His first goal

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since Mark. Whatever Arsene Wenger said at half-time had the desired

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effect. The poker face from the Arsenal manager. What about Grayson

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said to the Preston players of picking up where they left off

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lasted 50 seconds or so. Preston 1, Arsenal 1. Oxlade-Chamberlain. Aaron

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Ramsey. In towards Giroud. The last touch went off Cunningham. A corner

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to Arsenal. Gabriel makes his way forward. Taken their full allocation

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of tickets for this one. Oxlade-Chamberlain out to take the

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corner. It's a flat one. Neatly worked. Well saved by Maxwell. That

:48:38.:48:47.

was Mustafi. Robinson at the front post. Should never get across him

:48:48.:48:50.

like that. Whatever the outcome of the tie now, this Preston team can

:48:51.:48:55.

be proud of themselves tonight. They will be hoping the team get through

:48:56.:49:00.

and at least get a replay out of a tie where they had so many

:49:01.:49:05.

opportunities in the first half. Up it goes towards Giroud. Good

:49:06.:49:10.

defending. Arriving to score the goal is Olivier Giroud, to break the

:49:11.:49:14.

hearts of Preston North End right at the end of the game. Well, Olivier

:49:15.:49:21.

Giroud should go right over to Perez it was his wonderful flick which

:49:22.:49:25.

gifted him the goal. Simple ball in for Giroud. He does really, really

:49:26.:49:29.

well. Knocks it down. Great from Perez. Look at this, beautiful that.

:49:30.:49:34.

Good movement from Giroud. He was the sharpest one. He anticipated

:49:35.:49:37.

what was happening. Past the goalkeeper. Another Arsenal late

:49:38.:49:42.

show. For Olivier Giroud, his ninth goal of the season. You can see what

:49:43.:49:55.

it means to the Arsenal striker. Loses out here to Danny Welbeck.

:49:56.:50:00.

Still Danny Welbeck. That would have been the perfect return. In the end

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it's a fine save by Maxwell. Danny Welbeck testing him there. Really

:50:06.:50:09.

nice hit by Danny Welbeck. Straight at the goalkeeper. Simple enough

:50:10.:50:13.

save, down the middle of the goal. It was a good Cup tie today. Typical

:50:14.:50:20.

English enthusiasm. The crowd was behind our team. I'm long enough in

:50:21.:50:25.

England to know, that was really top quality in the FA Cup. We stopped

:50:26.:50:29.

them from playing. We got on the front foot and asked questions of

:50:30.:50:32.

them going forward. We got real energy and real talent about us.

:50:33.:50:36.

Just didn't quite take them opportunities, did we, when they

:50:37.:50:40.

came along. Apart from Robinson in for Hugo. Maybe strong. Maybe the

:50:41.:50:45.

cross when Hugo headeded it into the keeper. The keeper is debatable. We

:50:46.:50:50.

had good chances. You need them second, third goal against top

:50:51.:50:54.

players like Arsenal have got. Heartache. Another late comeback as

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far as Arsenal are concerned. It extends their run, they last lost in

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the Third Round of the FA Cup i 1996 -- 21 years ago. Preston asked

:51:10.:51:13.

serious questions of the Gunners? They did. You can talk about how

:51:14.:51:20.

Arsenal weren't up at it, Preston were so good. They started at

:51:21.:51:23.

100mph. Their movement was excellent. Robinson, Hugill upfront

:51:24.:51:28.

were excellent. Their movement. They caused so many problems. A better

:51:29.:51:33.

weighted ball is in the back of the net to make it 2-0. All over the

:51:34.:51:40.

pitch they were hungry in the first half. When Simon mentioned this

:51:41.:51:44.

possibly maybe not a foul. I think it's clear it was a foul uch can see

:51:45.:51:50.

his hand go across the keeper and preventing him from punching the

:51:51.:51:55.

ball. That is not you being part of the Keeper's Union, do you agree?

:51:56.:51:58.

It's a foul. The goalkeeper is going to punch the ball. Huntingdon, like

:51:59.:52:03.

Mark said, pushes his arm in the way. Stops him going for it. Clear

:52:04.:52:07.

foul. Simon doesn't see it that way. Have you to respect his views.

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Arsenal 1-0 down, they had it all to do. It took them 50 seconds to get

:52:13.:52:16.

into the contest through your former team-mate? The reaction from the

:52:17.:52:20.

players Stoke for it EFL is. I don't think Arsene Wenger is a screamer.

:52:21.:52:23.

He would say, listen that is not good enough vchlt a look at

:52:24.:52:30.

yourselves. It's about getting on the front foot. That is quality from

:52:31.:52:33.

Aaron Ramsey. We know he has it. Comes m off the post. Chris Maxwell

:52:34.:52:37.

hasn't a sniff of getting that. Fantastic finish. Then it's game on.

:52:38.:52:43.

Arsenal deserved it second-half. As well as Preston played first half

:52:44.:52:45.

they didn't have a shot on target second-half. Perm reds, a naughty

:52:46.:52:52.

little backheel heel. Giroud didn't make too many friends at Preston, it

:52:53.:52:56.

must have been a bitter pill for the Preston fans to see it go in. A

:52:57.:53:04.

deflection. For actual to it. A bit of quality and skill by Perez. It

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was arrange important scoreline and finish for Giroud. Arsenal started

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the second-half like Preston started the first, the difference being the

:53:13.:53:15.

quality. The quality at the end showed. Effort and enthusiasm. It

:53:16.:53:20.

didn't seem Arsenal were bothered in the first half. Arsenal have shown

:53:21.:53:24.

real mental strength for the secretary game in a row.

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Plenty more FA Cup action to come on the BBC.

:53:28.:53:30.

You can see all the goals from every Cup tie on the BBC

:53:31.:53:33.

Tomorrow afternoon, on BBC One, we feature eight-time winners

:53:34.:53:36.

Tottenham against the beaten finalists of two seasons

:53:37.:53:38.

Then at 11.00pm, there's highlights of tomorrow's five Cup

:53:39.:53:41.

ties with both Chelsea and Liverpool in action.

:53:42.:53:43.

Finally, the draw for the Fourth Round is live on BBC Tow

:53:44.:53:46.

We'll be live from non-league Sutton.

:53:47.:53:49.

If all that's got you in the mood to play again,

:53:50.:53:55.

Barrow in the National League have been on a terrific run of late -

:53:56.:53:58.

just one defeat in 24 games - but they faced a Rochdale team

:53:59.:54:01.

A sellout crowd and Steve Bower were in Cumbria for this one.

:54:02.:54:06.

COMMENTATOR: 11 times Barrow tried to reach the Fourth Round of the FA

:54:07.:54:10.

Cup, they have never managed their target. Hoping to help them make

:54:11.:54:14.

history today is 22-year-old Jonathan Flatt to makes his debut

:54:15.:54:18.

having been signed on-loan this week from Wolves. The fourth goalkeeper

:54:19.:54:23.

Barrow have used this season. Rochdale almost went out in the

:54:24.:54:28.

first round. They needed a replay win thanks to two goals from Steve

:54:29.:54:33.

Davies to beat Maidstone. He is recalled today. He is hoping to find

:54:34.:54:37.

the back of the net for the third round in a row. Andrew. Run of

:54:38.:54:47.

Henderson. Goes himself. Deflection along the way. Rochdale corner.

:54:48.:54:54.

Jonathan Flatt, met his Barrow team-mates yesterday. Steve Davies

:54:55.:55:01.

with the corner. There is the free header. Henderson has given Rochdale

:55:02.:55:08.

the lead. Just past the 16 minute mark. His 11th goal of the season.

:55:09.:55:11.

It was a simple Downward header, no chance for the

:55:12.:55:20.

goalkeeper on his debut, Jonathan Flatt. Barrow 0, Rochdale 1. He is

:55:21.:55:26.

Mr Rochdale, five years as a player, two spells as a manager, promotion

:55:27.:55:34.

in each. He's got the fourth in League One. In game Bennett. Denied

:55:35.:55:40.

by Logan, who savedle second time. First chance for Barrow. Ritchie

:55:41.:55:48.

Bennett was the one it fell to. Good first touch, decent save from Conrad

:55:49.:55:54.

Logan in the Rochdale goal. He denied Bennett a ninth goal of the

:55:55.:56:04.

season. Barrow an equaliser. Dave Davies into Matthew Lund. Calmly

:56:05.:56:12.

done. Didn't quite have the finish. Matthew Lund, seven goals this

:56:13.:56:16.

season. Terrific run. Just lacked a clinical touch at the end of it.

:56:17.:56:25.

Williams. Andrew with the header away. A committed challenge from

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Rathbone. It wasn't well timed. It's a yellow card. He didn't time it,

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did he? Packed penalty area, again. From Jordan Williams. Goalkeeper

:56:47.:56:53.

stayed at home. Away by Davies. Back in by Williams. Diarra. No foul on

:56:54.:56:59.

the goalkeeper. Watch the big Frenchman, Diarra, here. His eye on

:57:00.:57:02.

the ball. He got there. That would have counted.

:57:03.:57:14.

He took that brilliantly in his stride, Camps. Henderson free. A

:57:15.:57:22.

chance for Rochdale. Once again, Matthew Lund couldn't finish the

:57:23.:57:29.

move off. The time and space he had. Beaten. Couldn't find the target.

:57:30.:57:38.

His team unbeaten here in any competition since early February.

:57:39.:57:46.

McGahey. Davies is the latest Rochdale player not to find the

:57:47.:57:56.

target. They have had opportunities to add to their goal in this

:57:57.:58:00.

second-half. So far Rochdale haven't taken them. Diarra's header.

:58:01.:58:08.

Rathbone. In to Henderson! Two for him. Two for Rochdale. Clear

:58:09.:58:16.

daylight now for the League One club. Set in by Rathbone. He was

:58:17.:58:27.

onside. Clinical from Henderson. Rochdale had opportunities they

:58:28.:58:29.

haven't taken. Henderson has taken his. Dropped to Hannah. Williams,

:58:30.:58:40.

in. Good chance. Harrison couldn't add to his 20 goals he has scored

:58:41.:58:48.

this season. Didn't quite get his angles right. It just hasn't been

:58:49.:58:54.

Barrow's day. They worked hard. It's been a fantastic journey. We got

:58:55.:58:58.

beat by a very good side today. I said that before the game. Keith has

:58:59.:59:04.

done a fantastic job there. You know we dust ourselves down and we go I

:59:05.:59:08.

was please again. D with the way we attacked today. The scoreline should

:59:09.:59:12.

have reflected that. I'm happy with 2-0. Happy to be through to the next

:59:13.:59:16.

round. Let us see who we will get. Who would you like? I would love to

:59:17.:59:21.

play at Anfield, Liverpool. A lot of boys are saying Manchester City or

:59:22.:59:23.

Manchester United. Dream big? Of course, you know! We will see what

:59:24.:59:30.

Monday's draw throws up for Ian Henderson if it's Liverpool.

:59:31.:59:34.

Barrow's great run is over. They have reached the stage for the 12th

:59:35.:59:39.

season at the Third Round stage. Was it a case then of Rochdale's class

:59:40.:59:43.

telling in the end? It was. It was. If talent doesn't work hard, then I

:59:44.:59:46.

think Barrow would have had a chance. They are talented players of

:59:47.:59:52.

Rochdale they worked hard. They have been set out well. Great ball in by

:59:53.:59:56.

Steve Davies to start with. Fantastic delivery. Henderson

:59:57.:00:01.

scoring his 11th goal of the season. Barrow could have had someone on

:00:02.:00:04.

their far-post. They could have dealed with that. Rathbone, who

:00:05.:00:12.

could have been off the field, great weighted pass past. Henderson, 12th

:00:13.:00:15.

goal of the season. Good and bright in the final third. I was impressed

:00:16.:00:20.

with Rochdale. Not only that, going into the Academy I'm seeing stuff

:00:21.:00:25.

there. They are doing good things. Barrow on their fourth of the

:00:26.:00:29.

season. Rochdale's keeper kept them in it at crucial times He did. He

:00:30.:00:32.

played very well. The good thing about it is, he is back from a

:00:33.:00:39.

badger. Conrad Logan. Great to see him back and playing well.

:00:40.:00:44.

Time now to see how the remaining non-league side got on today,

:00:45.:00:46.

with Martin Allen taking National League Eastleigh Town back

:00:47.:00:49.

This was always going to be tricky for National League Eastleigh.

:00:50.:01:01.

Brentford 63 divisions above them and the Bees won penalty in the

:01:02.:01:04.

first ten minutes. Graham Stack fouled Acevedo. -- Lasse Vibe. It

:01:05.:01:15.

wouldn't get any smoother for the Spitfires. Eight minutes later, back

:01:16.:01:20.

came Brentford again. Brentford coming forward in numbers. They will

:01:21.:01:24.

put the ball in towards the penalty area. They still have possession.

:01:25.:01:28.

Chipped in towards the penalty area and the header. Brentford have

:01:29.:01:32.

scored again. Tom Field the scorer this time. Eastleigh didn't give up.

:01:33.:01:36.

They were putting their Championship opponents and concerted pressure.

:01:37.:01:41.

But Brentford possessed paste and position. They were simply not used

:01:42.:01:45.

to. Defence turned into devastating attack. It's cold in and Brentford

:01:46.:01:53.

make it 3-0. Survived the scorer. Tough to take for Eastleigh, but

:01:54.:01:58.

they would get their goal. Punched away and it is tapped in. Eastleigh

:01:59.:02:03.

have scored, Ayo Obileye with a goal and maybe it's not over yet. It's it

:02:04.:02:07.

would be, 38 minutes in former Chelsea man found Field again, 4-1.

:02:08.:02:13.

Still there was time for another goal before half-time and what a

:02:14.:02:20.

goal. Sawyers outdid everyone. Some performance from Brentford. Again,

:02:21.:02:27.

distilled into a huff. We couldn't ask any more from our players and

:02:28.:02:32.

our supporters appreciate at the end where they gave a standing ovation

:02:33.:02:36.

coming off. It was still, the despite the result, a great day for

:02:37.:02:40.

me personally. Brentford through to the fourth-round draw and in some

:02:41.:02:43.

style. Another Championship team in desperate need of a good performance

:02:44.:02:49.

Norwich City. They took on the Premier League Southampton. Alistair

:02:50.:02:51.

Mann as the commentator for this one.

:02:52.:02:56.

Cameron Jerome returns, the last time he was on target against

:02:57.:03:04.

Southampton was a 90th minute equaliser in a thrilling 3-3 draw

:03:05.:03:09.

for Stoke some four years ago. For the visitors there is a debut in

:03:10.:03:12.

goal for 19-year-old Harry Lewis, who was on the bench for the first

:03:13.:03:16.

time at Everton this week. One of eight alterations to the side he

:03:17.:03:21.

would be to -- beaten at Goodison Park with a League Cup semifinal

:03:22.:03:23.

against Liverpool looming next Wednesday.

:03:24.:03:31.

Towards Long. Not for long, then Reid gathers it in and Tadic brings

:03:32.:03:41.

in Bertrand. Southampton will keep it alive on the far side. With

:03:42.:03:48.

Ward-Prowse. Long to try to get to it, he did, and it's helped over the

:03:49.:03:52.

top by McGovern. A really good leap from Long.

:03:53.:04:01.

All those who came up from the corner will try and attack it. Van

:04:02.:04:09.

Dijk. That is an expert finish. From a quality player, who continues to

:04:10.:04:14.

be mentioned in the ?50 million bracket in the newspapers as a

:04:15.:04:19.

potential target for suitors elsewhere. And Southampton lead at

:04:20.:04:25.

Carrow Road, 7/2 minutes from the interval, through Virgil van Dijk.

:04:26.:04:27.

-- seven and a half minutes. Murphy can't get beyond Van Dijk. A

:04:28.:04:42.

heavy touch from the goalkeeper, and it's a penalty, bringing down

:04:43.:04:49.

Jerome. Lewis penalised. A wonderful opportunity to draw themselves level

:04:50.:04:53.

for that challenge by the debutant Lewis on Jerome. Whittaker to level

:04:54.:05:02.

for Norwich. He does, sending Harry Lewis the wrong way. In the opening

:05:03.:05:07.

few minutes of the second half, Norwich are back, level.

:05:08.:05:15.

Ward-Prowse, gets away from Pritchard.

:05:16.:05:24.

The header is terrific, into the back of the net, turned in by

:05:25.:05:31.

Yoshida. Southampton in front for a second time. The ball in, and

:05:32.:05:38.

Yoshida got in front of Martin and powered the header into the roof of

:05:39.:05:42.

the net. McGovern could do nothing to prevent it. Norwich one,

:05:43.:05:47.

Southampton two. Norwich was plenty forward. Jerome on the far side,

:05:48.:05:54.

headed away by Van Dijk, picked up again by Olsson.

:05:55.:05:58.

It's a good effort, good power in by Lewis. Also looking for it again.

:05:59.:06:09.

Norwich threatening an equaliser and Lewis with a save that will make him

:06:10.:06:16.

feel a whole lot better. Here's Whittaker, still time for Norwich

:06:17.:06:20.

for one more attack, maybe. Home supporters urging their men on. The

:06:21.:06:27.

passes and great though. -- the past isn't great though.

:06:28.:06:32.

Naismith! Stoppage time come right at the end. Naismith's header earns

:06:33.:06:43.

Norwich City a replay. Neither side wanted a replay. But it is a replay

:06:44.:06:48.

that they are going to have to prepare for. Norwich City two,

:06:49.:06:55.

Southampton two. A dramatic finish at Carrow Road with Norwich coming

:06:56.:07:00.

back twice. It was a day to remember for the Southampton goalkeeper,

:07:01.:07:03.

Harry Lewis, 19 years old. A harsh lesson on his debut? It was a harsh

:07:04.:07:09.

lesson and it's obvious it was a mistake. He's made the mistake, he's

:07:10.:07:13.

taken a really heavy touch. What he does, he panics. The ball is going

:07:14.:07:19.

away from goal. Jerome gets there in front of him, takes it away from the

:07:20.:07:22.

goal and what he should do is stand and shimmy out of the eight yard box

:07:23.:07:27.

but he doesn't, he gives away the penalty. That comes with experience.

:07:28.:07:32.

It's a harsh lesson, unfortunately. Southampton switch off though, the

:07:33.:07:35.

last couple of minutes of the game, you should is looking in the wrong

:07:36.:07:39.

direction, he's not picking up. Van Dijk is pulled out of position by

:07:40.:07:44.

Cameron Jerome and Yoshida realises he's out of position and by that

:07:45.:07:48.

stage it's too late. It's in the back of net.

:07:49.:07:50.

Let's catch up with the fortunes of some more Premier League sides,

:07:51.:07:53.

starting at the KCOM Stadium in Hull, where there was not one,

:07:54.:07:56.

There was a two day gap between these two appointments, both men

:07:57.:08:10.

looking for a much-needed morale boosting win. Precious little for

:08:11.:08:13.

the six and a half thousand to cheer about in a forgettable first half. A

:08:14.:08:18.

few moments, a few saves, although this one from Jakupovic was key,

:08:19.:08:23.

from Swansea's key. The second half wasn't much better. Jakupovic

:08:24.:08:29.

continued to frustrate Swansea. One hand once again before Dyer on the

:08:30.:08:35.

second attempt fired over. Sung-Yeung Ki went closest for the

:08:36.:08:40.

visitors, the post denied him. But then two Scottish internationals,

:08:41.:08:42.

Snodgrass and Merlot Lee combined, to set up Hernandez on his return

:08:43.:08:47.

from a two month absence from injury. Before Josh Tymon made his

:08:48.:08:52.

mark, deep into stoppage time, with his first senior goal for his

:08:53.:08:57.

home-town club. It helps give Marco Silvestri first win as head coach.

:08:58.:09:05.

-- Marco Silvestri we get this win, it's important for the club, for the

:09:06.:09:12.

players to give confidence to the players. 2-0 flatters them. I said

:09:13.:09:17.

to the players, we are looking for a performance to back up what we did

:09:18.:09:20.

against Crystal Palace. For long periods I got it. We have to build

:09:21.:09:24.

on the positive things that we were doing. It's been nearly 22 years

:09:25.:09:32.

since Everton won the Cup. Leicester have never won work but this Fox's

:09:33.:09:36.

side are well versed in rewriting club history. Leonardo Ulloa had a

:09:37.:09:43.

crack at the next chapter here. Off the pitch there is talk of a new

:09:44.:09:47.

ground for Everton. On it, they'd be happy with the Cup run. Schmeichel

:09:48.:09:53.

was forced to react, Lukaku was like -- unable to do likewise. Leicester

:09:54.:09:58.

have struggled for consistency in their title winning campaign Wes

:09:59.:10:02.

Morgan headers so often flew in. Midway through the second half,

:10:03.:10:07.

Everton surged. A superb run from Deulofeu laid this on for Lukaku. A

:10:08.:10:11.

goal that owed everything to its creator. Just as Ronald Koeman would

:10:12.:10:17.

have wanted his side to advance, they were set back. Three minutes

:10:18.:10:20.

later, Leicester attacked us. Demarai Gray found Musa off the

:10:21.:10:27.

bench, off the post, and eventually, in. It won't win prizes for artistic

:10:28.:10:31.

impression but Claudio Ranieri won't care. Soon afterwards, Musa set

:10:32.:10:36.

about proving he can score stylish goals as well. 1-2, 2-1. Evident's

:10:37.:10:44.

hopes of a trophy room for -- are over for the season. I love it so I

:10:45.:10:50.

reaction after the conceding a goal. My players react very well and try

:10:51.:10:54.

to score and we created good chances. Until 1-0 up the team

:10:55.:11:00.

played well, but unbelievable, how we lost control in the game, how we

:11:01.:11:09.

dropped back, and a sloppy ending after 2-1. These two may be familiar

:11:10.:11:13.

Premier League foes, but they haven't met in the FA Cup in almost

:11:14.:11:18.

40 years. Before the returning jury there was even a twinkle in Mr

:11:19.:11:23.

Barton's I. But even here he wasn't able to inspire his comrades in a

:11:24.:11:26.

tie that fails to live up to its moderate billing. It might have been

:11:27.:11:30.

a different story, had Sam Vokes managed to convert. One up to the

:11:31.:11:34.

keeper. Thumbs up from Burnley's commander-in-chief. There was even

:11:35.:11:38.

more encouragement when James Tarkowski struck a post, a goal

:11:39.:11:43.

surely was just around the corner. No. The game slowly died, as the

:11:44.:11:48.

contest, though briefly a glimmer of Sunderland hope as Jermain Defoe was

:11:49.:11:53.

bundled over. Nothing doing. Which sort of summed things up. As did

:11:54.:11:58.

Burnley's last throw of the dice. Ashley Barnes unable to tie up the

:11:59.:12:04.

tie. Only 18,000 saw this one. Those that stayed away may not lose too

:12:05.:12:05.

much sleep. Watford will be glad Christmas is

:12:06.:12:14.

over. They've gone five without a win over the festive period, but

:12:15.:12:19.

outwith the old, in with the new, like 18-year-old Brandon Mason,

:12:20.:12:23.

starting his first game for the Hornets and soon impassively his

:12:24.:12:28.

first goal, scored by Kabasele. Ighalo could have done with one of

:12:29.:12:32.

those to tap in. He got 17 goals last season, but has just two this

:12:33.:12:36.

campaign. His fortunes haven't yet changed with the year. Burton Albion

:12:37.:12:40.

are at a high point in their history, playing Championship

:12:41.:12:43.

football, and came out I found a way back into this had Luke Varney

:12:44.:12:48.

finished here. The David and went off injured. The Premier League side

:12:49.:12:51.

settled it in style. 20-year-old Jerome Sinclair had never scored for

:12:52.:12:55.

Watford since signing from Liverpool. Whatever he does as a

:12:56.:12:58.

Hornets, this goal will take some beating. Sinclair clearly had a

:12:59.:13:05.

taste for it and not long later he set about after the Brewers again.

:13:06.:13:08.

He found the angle and the goalkeeper were against him but this

:13:09.:13:11.

was an afternoon of youthful optimism for Watford.

:13:12.:13:19.

Sam Allardyce two returns to what is previously called his spirit to all

:13:20.:13:23.

home with his Palace side searching for a first win under his brief

:13:24.:13:27.

tenure. It was a great nutmegged by Henry. Bolton are in. Can Henry find

:13:28.:13:32.

the shot? Good save by Speroni at his near post. It had to be. The

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ball towards Campbell, love Li Lei off, Remy. Good save by Addicks. It

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was a fierce shot. Here's Remy, isolated, he's got Hopson is coming

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forward. Fraizer Campbell, delays the shot. And now Remy. So close,

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Loic Remy. That was an excellent move by Crystal Palace. Taylor,

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decent delivery in. It's going to fall for thought. A chance for

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another cross this time. Left footed. Oh, so close, Bolton. Josh

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Villa, Speroni was beaten there. A typical third-round FA Cup, I think,

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drizzly day, white, two teams giving their all -- it was wet. Not a lot

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of quality in front of goal today from our point of view particularly.

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He says it was drizzly and wet, you'd think he would have been used

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to it, spending eight years at Bolton. He is looking for his first

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win on his return to Bolton Wanderers. It could have been so

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different. It could have been. They could have

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won the game comfortably if they were prolific in front of the goal.

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Remy is fit, after signing four months ago. He caused problems. The

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only thing was hitting the back of the net. He hit the post. He had a

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couple of chances. An another day he could have scored a couple of goals.

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They were lucky in the end not to concede with a great header there.

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It was a great, great header. The difference was the post, really.

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Speroni well beaten. A battle of the two new managers between Hull and

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Swansea at the KCOM Stadium. Hull coming out on top. That is what he

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needs, strikers who can score goals? Absolutely. Hernandez has been out

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of the team since November, injured. Scored his second goal of the

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season. He scored one in the Premier League, against Swansea as well.

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Great to have him back in the team. If you have a goal threat, Hull

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haven't in the Premier League. They scored 17 goals in 20 games. Having

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him back from injury is a big boost. A shame it was done in front of

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6,000 fans. Encouraging start they take on Manchester United at Old

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Trafford on Tuesday. What will he make of the fact there is was 6,600

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at the KCOM Stadium protesting? He is walking into a baptism of fire.

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Nothing to do with him, to do with the ownership and the fans no. . Not

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a great relationship between the two of them. Hopefully that will be

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remedied a little bit. Four more ties on the way now,

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starting at the New York Stadium, home of Championship strugglers

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Rotherham United. COMMENTATOR: Rotherham have been

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enduring a rotten time. Bottom of the Championship they haven't made

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it beyond the Third Round of the FA Cup in years. Spirits have been

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flagging. What they needed is for an ex-player to haunt his old team.

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Which is where Ryan Taylor comes in. He was brought down to give Oxford

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the chance to take the lead from the spot. Chris McGuire wasn't reading

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the script. Well done Lewis Price. Ryan Taylor and his family have

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Rotherham running through his convenience. He spent six years at

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the club. Taylor steered Oxford in front. Bittersweet. Rotherham heads

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were spinning. Danny Ward levelled the tie. Power, accuracy, 1-1. After

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15 defeats in their previous 18 games, Rotherham were in need of

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something, anything, to perk them up. When your luck is out... It's

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been an energy zapping few weeks. Rotherham's defenders seemed to be

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sleeping as Edwards nudged Oxford back in front. Halfway up League

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One, they sensed a minor upset. Johnson and Hemmings tore at the the

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home side open, again. The game was just about up. Oxford were left

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dreaming. It would be fantastic for the club to get a tie against a

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Premier League side. Similar to last year. Give the players and the fans

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and opportunity to go head-to-head against one of the best. Reasons to

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be fearful. Bristol City had lost six in a row. Fleetwood were

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unbeaten in 11 going fwhoo this. The League One side might have gone

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ahead. Frank Fielding was in-form. There wouldn't be many more chances

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for Fleetwood. They created one for City. Little couldn't beat Alexes

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Cairns, though. The Championship side had 63% of possession and 18

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shots, including this from Brownhill. No joy. It fizzled out in

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the second-half. There was one chance to cancel the trip to the

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north-west. Abraham got it just wrong. This goes back to the coast.

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If only Blackpool could rewind to their record appearance maker and

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their 1953 FA Cup winning team. Images of the Matthews final a

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reminder of what used to be. They had the upper hand in the first

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half. Davies the busier of the two keepers. # this effort was pushed

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away. This shot was heading for the top corner. The keeper produced

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another fine save. Another chance went bagging. Davies was at full

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stretched from Potts. Before, at the other end, Slocombe pulled off a

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huge save from Hourihane. Blackpool are in with a chance of the Fourth

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Round. Life at Accrington has been a struggle this season. Might the FA

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Cup be a beacon of light in the murk? Do not adjust your sets that

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is fog blurring the screen. It couldn't obscure this strike.

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McConville's first since August. Luton's travelling fans sang, "can

:20:33.:20:38.

you tell us if we score?" For the record, Marriott didn't. But after

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this save, Jake Gray did. Stanley are 20th in League Two, Luton

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eighth. In the 57 minute, Beckels headed Accrington back ahead thchl

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would be their second trip to round four since reforming in the 60s.

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Luton's search back difficult to find in this. Ray was sent off for

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the Hatters -- Rea. One of Accrington's brighter days. Big

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thing is winning at home, going into the last 32. Great for everybody

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concerned. We had to get that monkey off our back at winning at home.

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Delighted with that. Luton are a good side. They showed it in the

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second-half. Incredible conditions towards the end of that game.

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Coleman relieved they got their first home win since October. We saw

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good goals. McConville has to be there? Outstanding strike. Comes in

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off the left-wing. On to his right foot. The rest is history, really.

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Absolutely brilliant strike. Starts it outside the post. That bend and

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whip, gives the goalkeeper no chance. It's one that he will never

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ever forget. 2-1 victory over Luton Town, ?67,500, a huge boost as far

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as they are concerned. Time for the final round up,

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and a chance to see how the rest of the Championship teams fared this

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afternoon, starting with the teams COMMENTATOR: Brighton are top of the

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Championship they were keen to avoid em-Barrasment at the hands of MK

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Dons. This early finish was a welcome settler from Kayal. A good

:22:30.:22:38.

way to return his return after a 15-week long absence. Dons weren't

:22:39.:22:42.

prepared to cave in there. It took the Seagulls into the second-half to

:22:43.:22:48.

spread their wings a little. Kayal offering a helping hand. Israeli

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international Hemed headed to steer Brighton through this stage for the

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seventh time in eight years. Two shuffled packs for these two

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Championship side but no trump card. Newcastle were on course for a place

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in the Fourth Round when the ball fell to Murphy in the fifth minute.

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This his first goal for Newcastle. His last was for the Republic of

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Ireland. Newcastle lost Mitrovic to injury in the build-up to that goal.

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Jonathan Grounds queued up Lukas Jutkiewicz. Blues don't have a

:23:34.:23:37.

winner under Gianfranco Zola, but they do have a replay.

:23:38.:23:49.

David Wagner has to enjoy a knockout win since taking over at

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Huddersfield. There was an opportunity at the fourth time of

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asking. Brown on his debut, teed up Jack Payne for a finish to put

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Huddersfield in control. Their second didn't come until late in the

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second-half. Kasey Palmer's strike took a deflection to beat Port Vale

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substitute goalkeeper. Mark Bunn finished off his run, sidestepping

:24:21.:24:24.

and curling home for Huddersfield's third.

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COMMENTATOR: Superbly goal by Mark Bunn. Port Vale looked tired. It was

:24:34.:24:40.

comfortable for the home side as Holmes-Dennis crossed for Payne who

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won't get a much easier finish than this all season for his second of

:24:46.:24:51.

the afternoon. His third goal in the space of 11 minutes.

:24:52.:24:54.

COMMENTATOR: Their rivals at the foot of the Championship right now,

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so in their first r FA Cup meeting, Wigan and Nottingham Forest were

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looking for a confidence boosting. Wigan discovered a spring in the

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step, with this shot from Will Grigg. It was to get worse for

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Forest. Approaching the hour mark, Wildschut scored this time. Lichaj

:25:32.:25:41.

was left feeling know. Wigan kept their place in the Cup intact. The

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new American owners are heading Forest way. A money spinning Fourth

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Round FA Cup tie won't be. Two teams looking to put bad results behind

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them met at Loftus Road with QPR having been knocked out in round

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three on 47 occasions. It took eight minutes for Blackburn to take the

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lead. Unfortunate for Joel Lynch as the ball deflected off him and into

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the net. That lead increased. Gallagher broke clear, Feeney, right

:26:20.:26:23.

place, right time, to finish off from close-range.

:26:24.:26:28.

COMMENTATOR: The goalkeeper palmed it straight out into the path of

:26:29.:26:32.

Feeney. He is off the mark for Blackburn Rovers senior team.

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Celebrations were short-lived. QPR had a chance to get back into it due

:26:44.:26:50.

to this foul. They took it. Jake Bidwell made no it mistake to reduce

:26:51.:26:54.

the deficit. Blackburn held out comfortably. They progressed to the

:26:55.:26:57.

Fourth Round for the third successive time. That is a setback

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for your old club, QPR, Trevor. They won the last two after six

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consecutive defeats. Thought Ian Holloway would get a response in the

:27:12.:27:16.

Cup? He put a team out where he was expecting a response. He wanted team

:27:17.:27:19.

spirit and togetherness. He didn't get it. A poor result at home. Again

:27:20.:27:24.

the FA Cup and QPR don't get on at the moment. They don't seem to be

:27:25.:27:28.

able to get past that third round. Disappointing for the fans. Well

:27:29.:27:31.

supported club. Disappointing they can't have a Cup run and get excited

:27:32.:27:36.

about something. Six ties remaining in the Emirates FA Cup third round.

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What is your highlight so far? The games we saw today, for me Sutton

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United's performance against AFC Wimbledon. They were excellent

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today. Unlucky think didn't win the game today at home where they had

:27:49.:27:52.

the advantage. Their away record is not so good. It will be a tough

:27:53.:27:59.

game. Trevor? The Ipswich v Lincoln result. Lincoln were outstanding.

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They will be confident after that performance and have that game. The

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backing of 10,000 fans? The community is behind them.

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Just time to bring you the headlines from the morning papers.

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Trevor, Mark, thanks for your company.

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The Emirates FA Cup third round always makes the history

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books somehow, and today, it was Wayne Rooney's

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Highlights from the day's FA Cup ties. It is the third round of the world's oldest and most famous domestic cup competition. Non-league Barrow hosted League One side Rochdale and were hoping to repeat their giant-killing exploits of the second round, when they put out Bristol Rovers. Manchester United hosted Reading, who are now managed by former Red Devils centre-half Jaap Stam. Leicester had an all-Premier League clash against Everton, while non-league Sutton faced neighbours AFC Wimbledon.