FA Cup Results

Wayne Rooney scored an injury-time penalty winner as Manchester United progressed with an unconvincing 1-0 victory over League One Sheffield United at a wet Old Trafford.
In a game of few chances, it took the late introduction of Memphis Depay to finally create an opening, the Dutchman winning a penalty after being fouled by Dean Hammond. Rooney finished emphatically from the spot to secure the win for relieved manager Louis van Gaal.

Holders Arsenal had to come from behind in their all-Premier League tie against Sunderland.
Jeremain Lens struck early for the relegation-threatened Black Cats, but Joel Campbell quickly replied and two goals in the space of three second-half minutes from Aaron Ramsey and Olivier Giroud put the Gunners through.

Manchester City, had few problems against a top-flight rival as they eased past Norwich 3-0 with goals from Sergio Aguero, Kelechi Iheanacho and Kevin De Bruyne.

In-form Troy Deeney scored for a seventh time in 12 matches as Watford beat Newcastle 1-0.

Crystal Palace won 2-1 at Southampton where Joel Ward and Wilfried Zaha scored either side of an Oriol Romeu equaliser.

Glenn Murray scored an 85th-minute winner as Premier League Bournemouth finally saw off determined Championship side Birmingham 2-1 at St Andrew’s.
The Blues led through Michael Morrison and later missed a penalty through James Vaughan, but the Cherries had the final say after Lee Tomlin’s spot-kick leveller.
The Cherries made 11 changes and handed defender Jordan Lee his debut, while they also named Jordan Green on the bench, who was stacking supermarket shelves and playing for Banbury last summer.

West Brom’s James Morrison also struck a last-gasp equaliser as the Premier League side snatched a 2-2 draw against Championship Bristol City.
Morrison levelled in injury time after goals from Jonathan Kodjia and substitute Kieran Agard had seen the Robins come from behind to lead with just six minutes remaining at The Hawthorns.
Saido Berahino, with his first goal for almost three months, had opened the scoring for West Brom in the 67th minute.

Premier League basement side Aston Villa also avoided an upset are still without a win under Remi Garde after being held to a 1-1 draw by League Two Wycombe.
Captain Micah Richards gave Villa a 22nd-minute lead, but Joe Jacobson levelled with a penalty after Ashley Westwood caught Matt Bloomfield with a flailing arm.

Stoke also had to dig deep, with League One hosts Doncaster cancelling out Peter Crouch’s opener.
Nathan Tyson scored the equaliser but there was to be no shock as Jonathan Walters secured a 2-1 win in the 57th minute.

Everton beat League Two strugglers Dagenham & Redbridge 2-0 at Goodison Park through an Arouna Kone header and Kevin Mirallas’ late penalty

Nikica Jelavic’s 85th-minute strike gave West Ham a 1-0 win over Wolves.

Darren Pratley scored an 87th-minute equaliser as Championship strugglers Bolton avoided a humiliating FA Cup loss at non-League Eastleigh.
An own goal from Dorian Dervite early in the second half put the National League side in sight of a famous victory in their third-round tie at a rainswept Silverlake Stadium, but Pratley spared Bolton’s blushes.

Championship leaders Middlesbrough went down 2-1 at home to Burnley after the Clarets replied to Diego Fabbrini’s opener with goals from Rouwen Hennings and Stephen Ward.

Ipswich, sixth in the second tier, needed an 88th-minute equaliser from Ryan Fraser to claim a 2-2 draw at home to League Two Portsmouth.

Goals from George Moncur and Marvin Sordell earned League One Colchester a 2-1 win over Championship Charlton.

Sam Mantom scored the only goal as Walsall won 1-0 at second-tier side Brentford.

Championship Preston were also beaten by lower division opposition as they lost 2-0 at Peterborough.

Hull saw off Championship promotion rivals Brighton 1-0 with a penalty from Robert Snodgrass.

Leeds beat Yorkshire rivals Rotherham, manager Steve Evans’ former club, 2-0.

Leeds beat Yorkshire rivals Rotherham, manager Steve Evans’ former club, 2-0.

Nahki Wells scored a last-minute penalty as Huddersfield claimed a 2-2 draw with Reading just three minutes after Hal Robson-Kanu had put the Royals ahead.

Ricky Holmes scored twice as Northampton claimed a 2-2 draw against MK Dons

Bury and last season’s giant-killers Bradford will also replay after a goalless draw at Gigg Lane.

Darren Bent’s 85th-minute winner saw Derby through with a 2-1 victory at Hartlepool

Sheffield Wednesday overcame Fulham by the same scoreline thanks to an Atdhe Nuhiu winner.

Jamie Ward scored the only goal as Nottingham Forest beat QPR 1-0

Newport’s clash against Blackburn at Rodney Parade was postponed because of a waterlogged pitch.

Chelsea progressed to the fourth round of the FA Cup after a 2-0 win over Scunthorpe United at Stamford Bridge.
Teenage midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek’s first senior goal settled a niggly FA Cup third round tie as Chelsea ground past the League One side.
Diego Costa’s fourth goal in three games handed Chelsea the perfect start.

A late Harry Kane penalty earned Tottenham Hotspur an FA Cup fourth round replay with Leicester City after a 2-2 draw at White Hart Lane.
The Foxes had looked on course to continue their marvellous season with another impressive victory before Kane hammered home his 14th goal of the season to seal a 2-2 draw after Nathan Dyer was penalised for handball with a little over a minute remaining.
Christian Eriksen had given the hosts an early lead but Marcin Wasilewski headed Leicester level before substitute Shinji Okazaki’s early second-half goal looked to have settled the tie in favour of Claudio Ranieri’s men.
But Pochettino threw on Kane with 22 minutes remaining as the contest ended in a draw, meaning by the time January is out the two sides will have met on three occasions.
Between them the teams made 15 changes from their previous Barclays Premier League matches and a similar number of alterations is likely when the Foxes return to Spurs on Wednesday evening for a top-four clash.
They will then do battle at the King Power Stadium for a place in round four of the FA Cup as this repeat of the 1961 final could not separate the sides.

Swansea City crashed out of the FA Cup after a shock 3-2 loss against League Two side Oxford United.
Kemar Roofe was Oxford’s two-goal hero as Swansea found themselves on the wrong end of the first major upset of the FA Cup third round.
Former West Brom youngster Roofe scored twice in the second half as the League Two Us came from behind to stun the Premier League side.

Wycombe Wanderers 1 – 1 Aston Villa
Arsenal 3 – 1 Sunderland
Birmingham City 1 – 2 AFC Bournemouth
Brentford 0 – 1 Walsall
Colchester United 2 – 1 Charlton Athletic
Doncaster Rovers 1 – 2 Stoke City
Eastleigh 1 – 1 Bolton Wanderers
Everton 2 – 0 Dagenham & Redbridge
Hartlepool United 1 – 2 Derby County
Huddersfield Town 2 – 2 Reading
Hull City 1 – 0 Brighton & Hove Albion
Ipswich Town 2 – 2 Portsmouth
Leeds United 2 – 0 Rotherham United
Middlesbrough 1 – 2 Burnley
(Postponed). Newport County v Blackburn Rovers
Northampton Town 2 – 2 Milton Keynes Dons
Norwich City 0 – 3 Manchester City
Nottingham Forest 1 – 0 Queens Park Rangers
Peterborough United 2 – 0 Preston North End
Sheffield Wednesday 2 – 1 Fulham
Southampton 1 – 2 Crystal Palace
Watford 1 – 0 Newcastle United
West Bromwich Albion 2 – 2 Bristol City
West Ham United 1 – 0 Wolverhampton Wanderers
Bury 0 – 0 Bradford City
Manchester United 1 – 0 Sheffield United
Oxford United 3 – 2 Swansea City
Carlisle United 2 – 2 Yeovil Town
Chelsea 2 – 0 Scunthorpe United
Tottenham Hotspur 2 – 2 Leicester City
Cardiff City 0 – 1 Shrewsbury Town


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