THE FA Cup third round is here – with shocks and upsets at every turn!
And there are multiple ties going on across England and Wales, with a place. in the fourth round draw of the oldest competition in football up for grabs.
Newcastle have been STUNNED by a huge upset from Cambridge United, with Kidderminster causing another upset against Reading.
Chelsea have easily brushed aside Chesterfield with a 5-1 win.
This year there are third round replays with ties going to extra time and penalties on the day.
Only one tie, QPR’s win over Rotherham, has gone to penalties so far.
- Luton 4-0 Harrogate
- Cardiff City vs Preston – 2pm
- Charlton vs Norwich – 2pm
- Liverpool vs Shrewsbury – 2pm
- Stoke vs Leyton Orient- 2pm
- Tottenham vs Morecambe – 2pm
- West Ham vs Leeds – 2pm
- Wolves vs Sheffield United – 2pm
- Nottingham Forest vs Arsenal – 5.10pm
- Manchester United vs Aston Villa – Monday 7.55pm
- Swindon Town 1-4 Manchester City
- Millwall 1-2 Crystal Palace
- Bristol City 0-1 Fulham (AET)
- Burnley 1-2 Huddersfield Town
- Coventry City 1-0 Derby County
- Hartlepool United 2-1 Blackpool
- Mansfield Town 2-3 Middlesbrough
- Boreham Wood 2-0 AFC Wimbledon
- Kidderminster 2-1 Reading
- Leicester 4-1 Watford
- Newcastle 0-1 Cambridge
- Peterborough 2-1 Bristol Rovers
- Port Vale 1-4 Berntford
- Wigan 3-2 Blackburn
- West Brom 1-2 Brighton (AET)
- QPR 1-1 Rotherham (QPR win on pens)
- Chelsea 5-1 Chesterfield
- Yeovil 1-3 Bournemouth
- Birmingham 0-1 Plymouth (AET)
- Hull 2-3 Everton (AET)
- Swansea 2-3 Southampton (AET)
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Goal! – West Ham 2-0 Leeds
90+3. On the break, Jarrod Bowen seals this tie and cements West Ham’s place in the fourth round draw.
Goal! – Liverpool 4-1 Shrewsbury
90+3. Deep into injury time, and Fabinho adds some gloss to the scoreline with his second of the afternoon.
Goal! – Stoke 2-0 Leyton Orient
88. A goal at the end of the first half, a goal at the end of the second half, and Stoke have killed off League Two Leyton Orient.
Tyrese Campbell is the man on target for Michael O’Neill’s side. The Potters were FA Cup runners-up in 2011.
West Ham 1-0 Leeds
88. An opportunity for Daniel James to equalise!
Harrison’s cross from the left evades Dawson, only to clatter into the Welshman four yards from goal. He knew little about it, unable to react in time.
Goal! Spurs 3-1 Morecambe
87. A third goal in 13 minutes, and Tottenham have put this one to bed.
It’s been a great effort from the League One minnows, but their tired legs and minds have certainly shown in the closing stages.
Greg Leigh is caught out by his own corner flag, a cross is played into the feet of Harry Kane, and the England captain swivels smartly to find the far corner with ease.
Goal! Spurs 2-1 Morecambe
85. Lucas Moura breaks Morecambe hearts!
Ryan McLaughlin makes an awful mess of controlling a pass on the halfway line, and quickly finds himself dispossessed by Moura, who has the whole half to run into.
The Brazilian keeps his cool as he approaches Trevor Carson, skips around the goalkeeper and slides the ball into the empty net.
Goal! Wolves 3-0 Sheff Utd
80. The Old Gold have a third, and Daniel Podence has his second!
Goal! – Charlton 0-1 Norwich
79. Are we heading for the most rarest of things, a Norwich win? Milot Rashica has the Canaries ahead at the Valley. It could be the biggest cup shock of all.
Goal! – Liverpool 3-1 Shrewsbury
78. Roberto Firmino’s cheeky backheel finally kills off battling Shrewsbury.
Goal! – Wolves 2-0 Sheff Utd
72. Nelson Semedo settles this tie at Molineux!
Goal! – Spurs 1-1 Morecambe
74. Harry Winks equalises for Spurs by doing what he does best – scoring crosses!
The midfielder took charge when the Premier League side won a set-piece on the far touchline, out towards the corner flag, and curled a vicious ball into the danger area.
Morecambe goalkeeper Trevor Carson took a step forward, misjudging the flight of the ball, and before he could get back, it was too late. The ball nestled in the top corner and Spurs are finally on level terms.
West Ham 1-0 Leeds
70. There’s not much happening in ITV’s stellar live game, but Junior Firpo has just limped from the field and is replaced by Cody Drameh.
Another injury is not what Marcelo Bielsa needs right now.
Spurs 0-1 Morecambe
69. The fans are revolting at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium!
Antonio Conte finally turns to his subs and decides on a triple change that introduces Harry Kane, Lucas Moura and Oliver Skipp to the action.
It’s a move that is initially encouraged by the home support, and the departing Dele Alli and Bryan Gil get a decent reception as they depart.
However, Tanguy Ndombele is the third player to be withdrawn, and he moves so slowly from the field that the Spurs fans turn on him with a chorus of boos.
Ndombele looks unimpressed, and heads straight down the tunnel. It’s one of those where you’d be surprised to see him in a Tottenham shirt again.
Liverpool 2-1 Shrewsbury
64. Antonio Conte may not have turned to the bench yet but Jurgen Klopp has.
The Liverpool boss had already introduced Takumi Minamino, and now calls upon Roberto Firmino, who replaces Elijah Dixon-Bonner.
The Reds are still yet to put this tie to bed.
Spurs 0-1 Morecambe
57. There’s been no immediate response in the second half from Tottenham despite all their possession.
Antonio Conte didn’t make any substitutions at the break, but did opt to swap the sides of wingbacks Doherty and Sessegnon.
Meanwhile, former Spurs academy product Jonathan Obika has come on for Morecambe.
Goal! Cardiff 1-1 Preston
54. Preston are level in Wales thanks to Daniel Johnson’s penalty.
The North End forward converts past Dillon Phillips after Sean Maguire was brought down by Ciaron Brown.
Only six places separate these sides in the Championship, and there’s almost nothing between them once again.
FA Cup games back underway
The seven 2pm games are all back underway now, and there is plenty of fotoball still to be played.
Remember, these ties must be settled today so extra-time and penalties will be used if necessary.
Half-time in the 2pm games
All seven two o’clock games are finely poised at the break, especially in North London where the FA Cup giantkilling is a real possibility.
- Cardiff 1-0 Preston
- Charlton 0-0 Norwich
- Liverpool 2-1 Shrewsbury
- Stoke 1-0 Leyton Orient
- Spurs 0-1 Morecambe
- West Ham 1-0 Leeds
- Wolves 1-0 Sheff Utd
And a full time score from earlier today.
Goal! – Liverpool 2-1 Shrewsbury
44. Liverpool have turned it around before half-time at Anfield.
Fabinho is on target from the penalty spot, sending Marko Marosi the wrong way, following a preposterous handball from Ethan Ebanks-Landell.
The Shrewsbury captain inexplicably handballed when flicking a free-kick away from Virgil van Dijk’s direction.
Goal! – Cardiff 1-0 Preston
42. Isaak Davies has Cardiff ahead in the all Championship affair in South Wales.
The 20-year-old forward takes advantage of a mistake in the Preston defence to embark on a fine solo run off the left wing before plundering a shot through the legs of Daniel Iversen.
The players celebrate but the fans don’t as games in Wales are currently being played behind closed doors.
Goal! – Stoke 1-0 Leyton Orient
43. Stoke City breakthrough just before the break with a familiar name on the scoresheet.
James Chester begins the move, finding Alfie Doughty with a long range pass. The midfielder chests down, plays the ball on, and there’s Tom Ince to beat Lawrence Vigouroux in the Leyton Orient goal.
Goal! – West Ham 1-0 Leeds
34. The deadlock is broken at the London Stadium thanks to Manuel Lanzini – but nobody is really bothered by this all Premier League contest other than ITV.
In fact, the goal is only notable for the huge scramble prior to Lanzini converting, and then the lengthy VAR check that takes place in the aftermath.
Eventually word comes through to Stuart Atwell that the goal should count, and the Hammers move in front.
Goal! – Liverpool 1-1 Shrewsbury
34. Shrewsbury’s joy didn’t last for long! Young Kaide Gordon has levelled it up at Anfield!
Gordon takes control of Conor Bradley’s pass, and the curls calmly beyond Marosi in front of the Kop.
The 17-year-old becomes Liverpool’s second-youngest ever goalscorer behind Ben Woodburn; Michael Owen is third.
Goal! – Spurs 0-1 Morecambe
33. And now Morecambe lead at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium!
Spurs’ defending has left plenty to be desired so far, and that’s certainly the case at this Morecambe corner.
Japhet Tanganga is the guilty party here, failing to track Anthony O’Connor’s run, and allowing the defender to poke past Pierluigi Gollini from close range.
The Shrimps celebrate!
Goal! – Liverpool 0-1 Shrewsbury
27. The shock is on! Shrewsbury lead at Anfield!
Salop work the ball from the right to left with Nathanael Ogbeta taking a crossfield pass beautifully on his chest on the near touchline.
The wing-back bursts down the line, and sends a perfect cross into the area between Konate and Van Dijk that is met by Daniel Udoh.
The forward thumps his first-time shot past Kelleher, and sends the thousands of travelling fans behind the goal into ecstasy.
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