Liverpool beats Shrewsbury, Spurs v Morecambe, West Ham 2-0 Leeds update


THE third round of the FA Cup has arrived – with shocks and upheavals at every turn!

And there are multiple links in England and Wales, with a place. in the draw for the fourth round of the oldest football competition to be won.

Newcastle were stunned by a huge upset from Cambridge United, with Kidderminster causing another upset against Reading.

Chelsea easily sidelined Chesterfield with a 5-1 victory.

This year there are reruns of the third round with ties going to overtime and penalties on the same day.

Only one tie, QPR’s victory over Rotherham, has been sanctioned so far.

Fittings

Results

  • Swindon City 1-4 Manchester City
  • Millwall 1-2 Crystal Palace
  • Bristol City 0-1 Fulham (AET)
  • Burnley 1-2 Town of Huddersfield
  • Coventry City 1-0 Derby County
  • Hartlepool United 2-1 Blackpool
  • Town of Mansfield 2-3 Middlesbrough
  • Boreham Wood 2-0 AFC Wimbledon
  • Kidderminster 2-1 Play
  • Leicester 4-1 Watford
  • Newcastle 0-1 Cambridge
  • Peterborough 2-1 Bristol Rovers
  • Port Vale 1-4 Brentford
  • Wigan 3-2 Blackburn
  • West Brom 1-2 Brighton (AET)
  • QPR 1-1 Rotherham (QPR victory at pens)
  • Chelsea 5-1 Chesterfield
  • Yeovil 1-3 Bournemouth
  • Birmingham 0-1 Plymouth (AET)
  • Hull 2-3 Everton (AET)
  • Swansea 2-3 Southampton (AET)
  • Luton 4-0 Harrogate
  • Cardiff 2-1 Preston (AET)
  • Charlton 0-1 Norwich
  • Liverpool 4-1 Shrewsbury
  • Stoke 2-0 Leyton Orient
  • Tottenham 3-1 Morecambe
  • West Ham 2-0 Leeds
  • Wolves 3-0 Sheffield United

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  • Full Time – Cardiff 2-1 Preston

    The Bluebirds won against Preston after overtime!

    Academy graduate Mark Harris scored the winner with four minutes left, and that means Steve Morison’s men will be the number 7 ball in the next draw.

  • Fourth round draw to come

    Cardiff appear to have sealed their place in the fourth round draw, and. it won’t be long before they find out who they are going up against.

    The draw is expected to take place 20 minutes before the third round between Nottingham Forest and Arsenal, and you can follow it on our separate live blog.

  • Goal! Cardiff 2-1 Preston

    116. Mark Harris seems to have won the draw against Cardiff four minutes from the end of extra time!

  • Extra Time Half – Cardiff 1-1 Preston

    We have reached half-time in extra time at Cardiff City Stadium, and there is still nothing to separate these two league teams.

    Fifteen minutes remain in South Wales for each club to find a winner, otherwise it will be settled by penalties.

  • Full-time Sunday afternoon results

    The final whistles have been blown, and this is how Sunday’s games ended:

    • Cardiff 1-1 Preston (overtime in progress)
    • Charlton 0-1 Norwich
    • Liverpool 4-1 Shrewsbury
    • Stoke 2-0 Leyton Orient
    • Spurs 3-1 Morecambe
    • West Ham 2-0 Leeds
    • Wolves 3-0 Sheff Utd

    And a result from earlier today:

    There is still one game to come:

    • Nott’m Forest vs. Arsenal (5:10 p.m.)
  • Goal! – West Ham 2-0 Leeds

    90 + 3. At the break, Jarrod Bowen sealed the tie and cemented West Ham’s place in the fourth round draw.

    Leeds had engaged men in pursuit of an equalizer, and when the ball broke for the Hammers the goal seemed inevitable.

    Michail Antonio fed Bowen on the left, and the in-form striker calmly slipped under Illan Meslier.

  • Goal! -Liverpool 4-1 Shrewsbury

    90 + 3. In the depths of additional time, Fabinho adds a little brilliance to the score 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 killed League Two Leyton Orient.

    Tyrese Campbell is the target man for Michael O’Neill’s team. The Potters were FA Cup finalists in 2011.

  • West Ham 1-0 Leeds

    88. An opportunity for Daniel James to equalize!

    Harrison’s cross from the left escapes Dawson, only to hit the Welshman four yards from goal. He knew little, unable to react in time.

  • Goal! Spurs 3-1 Morecambe

    87. A third goal in 13 minutes, and Tottenham put this one to bed.

    It was a great effort on the part of the League One minnows, but their tired legs and wits certainly showed in the final stages.

    Greg Leigh is caught by his own corner flag, a cross is played in Harry Kane’s feet, and the English captain cleverly swings to find the far corner with ease.

  • Goal! Spurs 2-1 Morecambe

    85. Lucas Moura breaks Morecambe’s heart!

    Ryan McLaughlin makes a terrible mess controlling a pass down the halfway line, and quickly finds himself dispossessed by Moura, who has half to face.

    The Brazilian keeps his cool as he approaches Trevor Carson, walks around the goalkeeper and slips the ball into the empty net.

  • Goal! Wolves 3-0 Sheff Utd

    80. The Old Golds have a third, and Daniel Podence has his second!

  • Goal! -Charlton 0-1 Norwich

    79. Are we heading for the rarest of things, a victory at Norwich? Milot Rashica has the Canaries ahead in the valley. It could be the biggest cutting shock of all.

    It’s another coolly converted goal by a Premier League club on the break with Teemu Pukki keeping his cool to face the undercover Kosovar international. to mark.

  • Goal! -Liverpool 3-1 Shrewsbury

    78. Roberto Firmino’s cheeky heel finally kills Shrewsbury.

  • Goal! – Wolves 2-0 Sheff Utd

    72. Nelson Semedo settles this draw at Molineux!

    During the counterattack, Rayan Ait-Nouri lashes out on the left and makes a low cross into the danger zone for Semedo to slip home.

  • Goal! – Spurs 1-1 Morecambe

    74. Harry Winks equalizes for Spurs by doing what he does best: scoring crosses!

    The midfielder took control when the Premier League side won a free kick on the far sideline, towards the corner flag, and coiled a vicious ball into the danger zone.

    Morecambe goalkeeper Trevor Carson took a step forward, misjudging the flight of the ball, and before he could come back it was too late. The ball nestled in the skylight and the Spurs are finally tied.

  • West Ham 1-0 Leeds

    70. Not much is happening in ITV’s stellar live-action game, but Junior Firpo has just limped off the field and is replaced by Cody Drameh.

    Another injury is not what Marcelo Bielsa needs right now.

  • Spurs 0-1 Morecambe

    69. Fans revolt at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium!

    Antonio Conte eventually turns to his subs and decides on a triple change that brings Harry Kane, Lucas Moura and Oliver Skipp into action.

    It’s a move that is initially encouraged by home support, and initially Dele Alli and Bryan Gil are given a decent welcome upon their departure.

    However, Tanguy Ndombele is the third player to be retired, and he is leaving the pitch so slowly that Spurs fans turn on him with a chorus of boos.

    Ndombele doesn’t look impressed and heads straight into the tunnel. This is one of those where you would be surprised to see him again in a Tottenham shirt.

  • Liverpool 2-1 Shrewsbury

    64. Antonio Conte may not have turned to the bench yet, but Jurgen Klopp has.

    The Liverpool boss had previously introduced Takumi Minamino, and is now calling on Roberto Firmino, who replaces Elijah Dixon-Bonner.

    The Reds have yet to put that tie to bed.

  • Spurs 0-1 Morecambe

    57. There was no immediate response in the second half for Tottenham despite all their possession.

    Antonio Conte made no substitutions at the break, but opted to swap sides for wingers Doherty and Sessegnon.

    Meanwhile, former Spurs academy product Jonathan Obika has replaced Morecambe.

  • Goal! Cardiff 1-1 Preston

    54. Preston is tied in Wales thanks to a Daniel Johnson penalty.

    The North End forward passed Dillon Phillips after Sean Maguire was knocked down by Ciaron Brown.

    Only six places separate these teams in the Championship, and there is almost nothing left between them once again.

  • FA Cup matches resume

    The seven 2pm games are all back now, and there is still plenty of football to play.

    Keep in mind that these ties need to be settled today, so overtime and penalties will be used if necessary.

  • Half-time of 2 p.m. matches

    The seven two-hour games are well placed at the break, especially in north London where the giant FA Cup murder 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 turned things around before half-time at Anfield.

    Fabinho is on target from the penalty spot, sending Marko Marosi the wrong way, following an absurd handball from Ethan Ebanks-Landell.

    the The Shrewsbury captain inexplicably handballed a free kick from Virgil van Dijk’s direction.

  • Goal! – Cardiff 1-0 Preston

    42. Isaak Davies has Cardiff in the lead in the South Wales Championship case.

    The 20-year-old striker took advantage of a mistake in Preston’s defense to embark on a fine solo run on the left wing before plundering a strike in the legs of Daniel Iversen.

    The players are celebrating, but not the fans, as the games in Wales are currently being played behind closed doors.


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