Dan Walker introduces highlights of the week's FA Cup third round replays, including Plymouth Argyle v Liverpool, Lincoln City v Ipswich Town and AFC Wimbledon v Sutton United.
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Three FA Cup third round replays on the way, including
We have all of last night's goals as non-league Sutton and Lincoln
both booked their place in Round Four.
On the late shift, Danny Mills and FA Cup winner, Mark Lawrenson.
Danny Mills once made the fifth round - Just!
Mark lifted the Cup with Liverpool, who were at League Two Plymouth.
It's 58-years since Liverpool last lost to a team at least three
divisions below them in the FA Cup - that was against
This time round, Steve Wilson is your commentator.
COMMENTATOR: Plymouth Argyle welcome Liverpool to the Theatre of Dreams.
Home Park full to the brink it should be the biggest crowd here for
almost a decade. Plymouth's reward for their heroics at Anfield. The
reward for tonight's winners - a home game with Wolverhampton
Wanderers in Round Four. Oscar Threlkeld moves to midfield.
Ryan Donaldson comes into the middle for his first appearance since mid
December because of a broken jaw. Jurgen Klopp picks nine of the XI
that failed to break down Plymouth. Origi starts. What a night for Derek
Adams, the man behind Plymouth Argyle. What a season for Plymouth
Argyle. High riders in their division, as are Liverpool in
theirs, three divisions higher. You can see the line, back six for
Plymouth. The wide players are outside the full-backs, as Sturridge
goes for goal from distance. Off target. It looks like the pattern of
the game will be similar to the one at Anfield, 10 days ago. Plymouth
packing their defensive ranks. Coutinho. That's a good ball.
Sturridge is in behind. Tried to come inside the full-back,
Threlkeld. He felt he was fouled, Daniel Sturridge. He didn't. A
lovely ball by Coutinho. Played onbeyond side. You don't think that
Threlkeld is going to get there. It's a good recovery. As Sturridge
cuts inside here, well you have seen the knee into the back of
Sturridge's right. Liverpool had 80% possession. Similar to that at
Anfield. The scoreline was the same as it was at Anfield. That is a
Liverpool corner. Jervis and Slew are members of the front three for
Plymouth but more realistically, virtually members of the back six.
Free header. Liverpool in front. It's Lucas who gets the goal. Is a
rare, rare commodity indeed for Lucas, but the Brazilian heads
Liverpool in front. For once, Plymouth's defence take their eye
off the ball. Lucas got himself in front of Garita, who was slow to
react. A good header from a man who has only scored now seven times for
Liverpool. This is his 331st appearance for the club. It's a red
letter day for Lucas, and Liverpool lead by 1-0. Now, Derek Adams' plan
will have to change. Liverpool might have countered there, but the
referee got in their way. The ball at his feet. Good save by Karius.
Nodded down. The chance here. Good chance for Donaldson. Lucas slides
in and Karius smothers the ball. Excellent response from the League
Two side. A super strike this was, he would have dreamed about this
over the last 10 days. . Three wise men, they need to be, with Liverpool
leading 1-0. Clever from Jervis. Away from Lucas. A great chance.
They got in behind Liverpool here. They really should be level. They
did well to get away from Lucas. Might have been that Garita was
beaten to it. Good ball in. Alex-Arnold got the important touch.
Took it off his toe. Nicely worked for Carey. Very nicely worked.
Jervis here. Fox with the shot. Good start to the second-half for the
home side. Well hit by Fox. It's on target, but the goalkeeper is worth
worth his salt. Former Manchester United trainee, actually, David Fox.
Slew. Out by Alex-Arnold. Plymouth on the front foot at the beginning
of this second-half. It looks very much as though Derek Adams has
unleashed Plymouth into a new mind-set for the second 45 minutes.
One that will get at Liverpool when they can. It's not quite now or
never, but it's getting there for desh ebbing Adams of Plymouth.
Liverpool lead 1-0. Hoping Wilson was going to reach that, didn't give
him much chance, really. Oh! McCormick's clearance hits Wilson.
How lucky is the Plymouth goalkeeper that went over the bar, not under
it. Wilson chasing it. McCormick straight into the youngster's shins.
It could have flown anywhere. Ben Woodburn here. Sturridge. Nicely
flicked in by Origi. Good save, McCormick. No-one around the penalty
spot in red to stroke it into the back of the net. This is well-worked
between Origi and Daniel Sturridge. Purrington, from left-back from
Plymouth. Finding Slew. It's a foul. Kevin Stewart. A chance! A whisker
wide. Whisker wide for Jake Jervis. That's the chance they've been
waiting for. It came to him quickly. It came to
him at an awkward height. He hit it really well. It hits the outside of
the Liverpool post. Agony for Jervis and Plymouth. Moreno. He wants it
back. He's got it as well. Oh, I think he has given Liverpool a
penalty. Moreno got there first.ful the referee, Graham Scott, strides
across and shows the yellow card to Yann Songo'o. Moreno got there
first. Songo'o slid in with the challenge. He caught the Spanish
left-back here. Well, massive, massive disappointment for Plymouth.
Divock Origi has a chance to put it out of the Pilgrim's reach. Saved by
McCormick. They is are still in this Cup tie. Well, well, well. Origi,
straight at the goalkeeper. They haven't got long, Plymouth, but they
do still have hope. If that had gone in, there would have been none.
Forward by Fox towards Jervis. Moreno, getting himself in front of
the Plymouth wide man. He did well. Forward ball to Origi. Origi, pulled
back clearly by Bradley. He goes on, Origi, he misses the target. Another
big chance for Divock Origi. Liverpool have survived a bit of a
scare. It finished at Home Park, Plymouth 0, Liverpool 1. Over the
two games we have done exceptionally well against Liverpool. Tonight,
especially in the first half, we created a number of good
opportunities. Even in the second-half we hit the post as well.
I think the players are very proud of their performance and the
supporters are as well. What was the gameplan tonight? To give Liverpool
a bit of respect, to start with. We did that. Then we came into the
game. We obviously lost a set-piece goal, it's disappointing. We nearly
scored a couple of set-pieces as well. Good play in and around the
box. Good passing movements we worked our goalkeeper tonight. We
were direct, after the second balls, behind the line. We had these
situations. Yeah. Then it was a little bit, it became too static the
second-half. Better. They had their chances, absolutely. The biggest
chance was offside. We had a second penalty, two, three four nil would
have been OK. 1-0 I'm fine with it. We said before the game we don't
want to go to extra-time. We want to go to the next round. No penalty
shoot, leaving Plymouth as nice as it is here as early as possible
because the next game is waiting. All good. What have you said to the
players afterwards? I said to them I was very proud of them. They have
left nothing out there on the field tonight. That's what your supporters
want to see. We have got a lot of technically gifted players and they
have shown that over the last two games. We will look at those
Plymouth opportunities in a moment. With Courtois Sturridge and Origi
and youth it was a strong enough side to get Liverpool through in the
end? Definitely. You throw-in Lucas, Moreno as well. It was always going
to be a little bit tricky. When a weakened side, players come in that
haven't played for a while, that mix. It is a little bit of quality.
We will see from the chances in a minute that was the difference
between the two sides. Liverpool took their one chance. Plymouth
probably had the better chances. Actually, couldn't manage to get the
ball in the back of the net. You love your statistics. 2,3 p p 16
days since Mr Lucas last scored for Liverpool. It was the winner. Yeah,
I think the irony for him and for Liverpool is probably was the
smallest player on the pitch aparred for Moreno. To score from a corner,
for Plymouth it's such a bad goal to concede, Dan. They have situations
in League Two every single week. They are a big strong side. In the
first-leg they cleared so many opportunities from inside their own
box. If you watch them all in a huddle. There is actually four
Plymouth players against three Liverpool players. Really simple, he
he just steals a march on them. He gets a little block? As a manager,
you will be so, so peeved because you are spending the game saying -
Coutinho is playing, Origi is playing, Sturridge is playing - How
many times do we see it now? Chelsea started it, people line up. You have
to be strong and get in there and boss people around. Get touch tight.
Get hold of them before the ball comes into play. Once you get
someone gets a run on you, he has no chance. Gomes does well. Shirt
pulling somebody else. Suddenly, one player gets spare. Good ball in from
Coutinho. Free header back of the net. In the first 25 minutes,
Liverpool had 85% possession. Plymouth had the better chances in
the game? Throughout the whole game. Liverpool never really troubled the
goalkeeper. Decent shot. The goalkeeper is an issue this season.
You expect him to save that. Interesting had he gone down there,
the referee might have had a big decision to make off the back of
that. This is a glorious chance. Trying to make up maybe for mistakes
he made in the game. What a saving challenge from Alex-Arnold. He is
lightning quick. He has seen the headlines. That is the difference
between the two clubs. Just sitting back and waiting. This at the end, I
mean Jervis is so unlucky. He does everything right. Spectacular
volley. Great connection. Agonisingly, it just comes off the
outside of the post. That was the one moment that had to drop in the
back of the net for them. They have been great over the two games. They
have delighted their supporters. They have shown they can play at
high-level. They should get promotion. They have got ?1 million
in the bank from the two games. Hopefully they will kick on.
Liverpool take on Wolves, they play Wolves at home in round four.
Next to an all-Championship tie at St James' Park,
the league leaders Newcastle were taking on a Birmingham side
still looking for their first win under Gianfranco Zola.
Taking charge of Birmingham has proved an uphill task for Gianfranco
Zola so far. Six games down, yet to win. Now would be a pretty good time
to start. Although the Magpies have had their wings clipped in the cup
in recent times, they carried their form into this one. Zola not amused.
Mplts Through the middle and Newcastle in front, Ritchie with his
seventh of the season. Then Cockerill had a free kick. Could he
help Birmingham find a way back? He found the side netting. At the other
end, Gouffran was having a field day. And Birmingham's task got
tougher still before the break. That man again. Gouffran, great skill and
that is a terrific goal. Newcastle already with a foot in the fourth
round. Now, they were hitting their stride. Ritchie was greedy for
another. Shelvey now, Ritchie outside him. Looks to score from
open play. Hits the post. But a half-time cappuccino, a stern
Italian dressing down and the arrival of Jutkiewicz did wonders.
Cotterill has got the Blues back into the game. Sadly for Birmingham,
it didn't count for much. Had Jutkiewicz found the target it might
have been a different story. But in the dying seconds as they pushed
forward, Birmingham were caught. Return ball for Shelvey is played
off him, a low cross and turned home at close range by rich y. By
Ritchie. His second of game. We have to analyse in the context that we
were playing some young players and it is true we had the control. After
we concede the goal and it is a cup competition and after having some
nerves, I think we did well in the end. Newcastle had two key men,
Ritchie and Gouffran and they scored everything and won the game. Shelvey
coming back in is huge for Newcastle. He has been a big miss.
Against Championship sides, he is the key. It is a fantastic ball
behind. Gouffran, he has had a new lease of life under Rafael Benitez.
Ritchie puts the penalty away. Comes into this one. You have got to be
confident do that. Yes, but this is great. Maybe a touch fortunate on
the first touch. But the second touch is fantastic. Third one in the
back of net and they were at it all day long. That was unlucky. Great
balance. Shelvey again and a simple tap in for Ritchie. But you have got
three players there with real quality. That probably were the
difference on the night. I thought Birmingham were poor defensively. As
good as Newcastle were, every time one of Newcastle players got the
ball, just acres and acres of space and the supporters must be looking
at their team, OK Gianfranco Zola has had to job, but Gary Rowett was
doing a great job. It does bring pressure. The fact you have been
brought in by the new people helps. If it was the old people and you had
seven he would be gone. Popping back to Newcastle, three debuts. They're
a club going in the right direction at the moment. They're a huge club
still and especially in that Championship as well. They have got
a fantastic squad. Next round you would expect them to get through,
Oxford away, still a nice ground, not like back in the day. They
should get through and for the first time Newcastle might have a decent
cup run. I actually detected a half smile from Rafael Benitez. Just a
half one. He thinks that is fantastic. Because they have not
won. Thought you were going to say something else with a W. They have
not won a cup game for five years. Arsenal are waiting for Southampton
or Norwich. The champ side side were on the south coast fof a draw at
Carrow Road. COMMENTATOR: Pickings had been thin for these two. One win
in six. Slipping in their respective leagues. Time to concentrate on the
job. Norwich in general and Alex Neil in particular in need for a
boost. Vultures circling around the Canaries. The line-ups changed, but
it didn't help the entertainment. This was about as good as it got for
either side before the break. But the game opened up a little. Long on
the the left. Drives the shot and it is just pipped wide and behind for
the corner. No, John Moss has given a goal kick. Southampton slowly got
on top. 0-0, This is too far. Over the wall Ward-Prowse and behind.
Southampton fans thought it had gone in. Pritchard hangs on to it for
Norwich at the moment. Under pressure he has given it away to
lorng who has played o' - Long who has played it back and it is behind
for a goal kick. That is the best chance of the nights. Norwich were
pushed further on to the back foot by a former team-mate. Here they
come again, Martina, a cross in, deflected, Redmond shoots. Palmed
away by McGovern. Redmond made an impact from the bench, but extra
time loomed. Not a prospect to excite. Perhaps a moment of
brilliance would finish it. Or more likely perhaps something less
memorable. McQueen has to run to keep it in, and Shane Long scores -
finally in added time at the end of a really drab FA Cup replay, Shane
Long has bundled the ball over the line and must have taken Southampton
into a fourth round tie at home to Arsenal. We had some good
situations, but the final pass or the link up, we didn't play it as we
would have wanted. I can't fault the boys for effort. It is difficult
against a Premier League team. They will move it quickly and having so
many players out, it was always going to be difficult for us. But we
applied ourselves well. Well done to our team who managed to turn that
game into two and a half minutes of barely watchable football. It was a
dreadful game and Norwich, not a single shot on target. It is just
poor. They're struggling for form. But you have got to have a go.
Whether you want to play it or not, you have bigger things to think
about, but to not have a shot. That is so disappointing for the fans. We
have sat here the last couple of days and so many teams have made so
many changes. I guarantee both those teams that started tonight have
never played in the same eleven. It is hard to find fluency and it was a
scruffy goal. Shane Long's with a 50p head. Most of the chances fell
to him. He is a good player and what you would say is he needs a few
chances to score. But he is as game as a pebble. He will always, always
get in there. What that is phrase. Game as a pebble, yes. Redmond was
the difference really. He was bright. But even this. How lucky is
it. The first header on target for the first time. The keeper makes a
great save and the follow up hits his left foot. Norwich were unlucky
in that respect. But Southampton at least they tried to win the game.
But disappointing for Norwich fans that went all the way there. Norwich
made seven changes. Shane Long has scored 22 goals. One in five almost.
Good maths. He needs quite a few chances. But somebody to run in
behind defenders and harry and worry defenders all day long. Southampton
play Arsenal in round four. Now last night's goal, starting at Lincoln,
where the non-league side caused an upset. Ipswich were the victims. Not
sure how many nights like this have been experienced here. It is
throbbing with anticipation of what is to come. Robinson with the cross.
Big chance, arriving with a good run. Brilliant save. Are Ipswich to
win it. Four minutes of stoppage time. Here the is break. Arnold to
win the cup tie. Lincoln City through in the dying seconds! They
have knocked out the FA Cup 1978 winners. Great stuff. Sutton added
another chapter to their history with victory at AFC Wimbledon.
Parrett with considerable depth and a clear unmarked header from Elliot
established the lead for AFC Wimbledon. Water clears and Tubbs is
on to it and Tubbs was threatening to get through until pulled by
Collins. Was there another covering defender. What colour is the card.
He has been sent off. Collins has been dismissed for Wimbledon. It is
back to Deacon who twists and turns and shoots and scores spectacularly.
A fabulous cup goal. Clever ball. And in. It is a goal for Sutton.
Skoerped by Biamou. They're going through. Sutton United are nearly
there. Borrowed time. Fitchett is through. Lifted it beyond Shea and
won the tie beyond all doubt. Sutton United have done it and they have
done it with style. I ran down to the family when the equaliser and
the next one and the third. I was hyper ventilating, I didn't realise
I was so unfit. A brilliant night. Now that Deacon goal for Sutton. You
can see why a number of clubs higher up have had a look at this lad. It
is a really good strike. Composure. You don't often get that lore down.
Players will have snatched at shots. But he picked his spot and the whole
momentum of the game shifts in their favour. I think after the first
game, you know, where Wimbledon have held them on the 3-G or artificial
pitch, whatever it is, you thought Wimbledon would have won. Sutton
played well and Leeds next. Have Leeds got a 3-G pitch. They have one
on the training grounds. That you would have equalised it. Now the
Lincoln situation. We will talk about the game in a minute. This is
BBC Lincolnshire commentator describing the winner for Lincoln.
Lincoln with a chance to break. Of the halfway line. Arnold is
sprinting, Arnold into the area, Nathan Arnold does it for Lincoln
City. Arnold does it. Oh, yes he does. He is the hero. What a moment!
You can hear the excitement. It was a brilliant moment. It was a good
goal. Ipswich didn't play well, but Lincoln took the chance. In the
first leg they were twice in fronts. So they look a good side and do they
play Brighton next. That will be a game and a half. Lincoln are into
the fourth round for the first time since Graham Taylor was in charge.
Fate, it is fate. Do you think they could go further, Lincoln or Sutton?
No. You're harsh. You asked me the a question and I gave you an answer.
They're playing the leaders of the Championship. Sorry. Lincoln
probably have the greater xhans. Chance. You expect Lincoln to go
through? Replay. I will take a replay. Here are the rest of
yesterday's goal starting at Oakwell. After battling to a draw in
the first game, Barnsley may have thought they had done the hard part
against Blackpool. Think again. Mellor showing he is no slouch in
front of goal. After the half-time tea, something stirred in the
Barnsley ranks. Slocombe with one of those moments between the sticks,
Macdonald, squeezing Barnsley back into it. But celebrations gave way
to despair, the clock ticking to penalties. Philliskirk is there.
Blackpool win it at the death. Samuel curls it away and it has
surely won this tie. Fleetwood had never reached the fourth round and
after 17 minutes that looked to be the case again when patserson timed
his run to perfection. Edge of penalty area. Shoots and scores. The
home side's 13-match unbeaten run was under threat and they almost
fell further behind after the break. Bryan pounced on a loose ball, but
he didn't find the target. Sunderland have problems enough in
the Premier League now. But if they were seeking inspiration from the
cup, they were to be disappointed. There were seven Burnley changes
from the side that beat Southampton and before the break a spot of team
bonding led by Sam Vokes. Burnley sub Grey scored a hat-trick on new
year's eve when the teams met and he is at it again. Grey strikes against
Sunderland. They must be sick of the sight of him. That surely is safe
passage into round four. Last season's beaten finalists were
without a win under new manager Sam Allardyce and they fell behind to
his former club Bolton. Sam Allardyce sent on Benteke to rescue
the tie and six minutes later his header pulled Palace level. That
sparked life into the Premier League side and Benteke was on hand to
finish from Townsend's cross. Benteke turns and shoots and scores
again. He puts Palace ahead for the first time in this tie. We now know
the fourth round line up. More football tomorrow night the
Premier League Show is at 7.30. And you can still get involved with
the FA People's Cup. The FA People's Cup, a free
five-a-side tournament that is for everyone. For more go to the
web-site. You win that, you get to receive your trophy at Wembley on
Cup Final day. We were talking and changes you would make to the Cup.
You both said no replays and make Premier League teams play away from
home every round. It makes it more interesting. When drawn against
lower league teams. You get more upsets. And that is what you want.
The magic of the cup is the small clubs getting the big draw at home.
Do you think they would not make as many changes if there was only one
game. There you have sold it. Thank you we will see you this week for
Football Focus and in ten days we are live at Lincoln. And that is it
on the night that Liverpool halted The Pilgrims' progress. Good night.
Dan Walker introduces highlights of the week's FA Cup third round replays, including Plymouth Argyle v Liverpool, Lincoln City v Ipswich Town and AFC Wimbledon v Sutton United.