Newport knock Leicester out of FA Cup in magic third round moment

Newport knock Leicester out of FA Cup in magic third round moment

Newport knock Leicester out of FA Cup in magic third round moment

Padraig Amond was the match victor for the Exiles, scoring a late penalty not long after Rachid Ghezzai had equalised for the Foxes.

But they could not add to their lead and Oldham were level with 15 minutes to go after Ryan Sessegnon brought down Peter Clarke and Sam Surridge fired in from the spot, sending Marcus Bettinelli the wrong way.

Manchester City trounced Rotherham 7-nil and Watford beat Woking 2-nil.

Sheffield United, in third place in the second-tier League Championship, could end up replacing Fulham in the top flight but the clubs were united in misery on Sunday after United lost 1-0 at home to Barnet, which plays in the fifth-tier National League.

Substitute striker Aleksandar Mitrovic then missed a penalty kick, before Oldham's Callum Lang headed in the victor in the 88th minute.

Oldham had to come from a goal down in the final 14 minutes to beat Fulham at Craven Cottage.

Championship strugglers Rotherham offered some resistance, but any hopes of a giant-killing were ended by half-time - Phil Foden and a Semi Ajayi own goal putting the result beyond doubt.

De Bruyne played in Sterling for a 12th-minute opener and City then scored twice in the closing stages of the first half.Phil Foden, the England Under-21 global, got on the end of a cross from Ilkay Gundogan in the 43rd minute before Rotherham defender Semi Ajayi turned the ball into his own net.

The floodgates opened after the break with Gabriel Jesus, Riyad Mahrez, Nicolas Otamendi and Leroy Sane on target.

The win is their first victory against a top-flight side in the FA Cup since 1964 when they beat Sheffield Wednesday 3-2 at home in the third round.

Will Hughes' superb 13th-minute strike following a corner gave the Hornets the lead but they struggled to kill off the game.

"The cup is not just about games against Premier League teams".

Barnet's Shaquile Coulthirst has scored four goals in his last five starts in The FA Cup proper.

I thought we had a few chances in the first half and we could have gone 2-0 up.

QPR knocked out Leeds with a 2-1 victory at Loftus Road.

County were back in front within three minutes, however, as Marc Albrighton handled and Amond coolly converted from the spot.

QPR defeated Championship leaders Leeds by the same scoreline, Jake Bidwell grabbing a 75th-minute victor for the west London club.

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