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At the start of this FA Cup day there were 10 Premier League clubs; now there are only 7. Eighteen championship teams participated in the 32nde of the prestigious Queen’s Kingdom Cup Final; only 8 will see the next round. Pretty surprising numbers for this entry into the arena; confirming a day of twists and turns.

First elite club to jump? Burnley. Sean Dyche’s men were picked up from Huddersfield in the early afternoon; currently sixth in the championship (1-2). After scoring the gate through Jay Rodríguez. had opened (1-0; 28e); shy since September 21st and receiving Rochdale in the Carabao Cup that Wine red saw visitors balance (1-1; 74e) and score the winning goal (2-1; 87e) in the last moments of the meeting. In the capital; Michael Olise offered Crystal Palace the South London derby against Millwall; in a match in which former HAC striker Jean-Philippe Mateta shone. Unlike his goalkeeper.

Already in great danger in the league; Newcastle have extended their nightmare in the Cup and not an easy task against a team from League One; the English third division club! To everyone’s surprise; the Cambridge United players got the Magpies Towards the exit. The real success of the day. In the other highlights of the afternoon; Kidderminster; the club of the National League North; sixth level across the channel; Reading (2-1); eliminated a championship formation. Also note the fifth-tier team’s Boreham Wood 2-0 win over AFC Wimbledon; a resident of the first division. Finally in the early evening; after Leicester’s easy qualification against Watford (4-1); and former ESTAC goalscorer Bryan Mbeumo’s great hat trick in Brentford’s win at Port Vale (1-4); Chelsea went ahead of Chesterfield (5-1). Romelu Lukaku went there from his gate too; days after screwing up the discord at the blue London club.

The rest of that Sunday with no less than nine meetings.


All results of the day:

Mansfield 2-3 Middlesbrough

But: Hawkins (67.)e) and oatmeal (85e) // Ikpeazu (4e); Boyd-Munce (14e) and Joe O’Toole (90e+5)

Bristol City 0-0 (0-1 AP) Fulham

But: Wilson (105e)

Burnley 1-2 Huddersfield

Goals: Rodríguez (28e) // Koroma (74.)e) and Pearson (87e)

Coventry 1-0 derby

But: Hyam (42e)

Hartlepool 2-1 Blackpool

But: Ferguson (48.)e) and gray (61e) // Anderson (8e)

Millwall 1-2 crystal palace

But: hell (17e) // Olise (46e) and Mateta (58e)

Barnsley 4-4 (5-4 AP) burial mounds

But: Andersen (23.)e); Williams (42e); Cole (83e) and Morris (88e and 102e) // banks (61e); Driscoll-Glennon (78e); Jones (86e) and Kay (90e)

Boreham Wood 2-0 Wimbledon

But: swamp (10e) and Clifton (86e)

Kidderminster 2-1 reading

Goals: Asutin (69.)e) and Morgan-Smith (82e) // Puscas (45e)

Leicester 4-1 Watford

But: Tielemans (7.)e); Maddison (25e); Barnes (54e) and Albrighton (85e) // Pedro (27e)

Newcastle 0-1 Cambridge United

But: Ironside (57e)

Peterborough 2-1 Bristol Rovers

But: Szmodics (20e) and Mumba (63e) // excerpts (30e)

Port Vale 1-4 Brentford

But: Harratt (69.)e) // Forss (26e) and Mbeumo (66e; 76e and 87e)

Queens Park Rangers 1-1 (8-7 TAB) Rotherham

But: dykes (115e) // Ihiekwe (98e)

West Bromwich 1-1 (1-2 AP) Brighton

But: Robinson (47.)e) // Moder (81e) and Maupay (98e)

Wigan 3-2 Blackburn

But: performance (61e); Whatmough (73e) and Aasgaard (90e+4) // Khadra (49.)e) and Ayala (89e)

Birmingham 0-0 (0-1 AP) Plymouth

But: Law (104e)

Chelsea 5-1 Chesterfield

But: Werner (6e); Hudson-Odoi (18e); Lukaku (20e); Christensen (39e) and Ziyech (55e) // Asante (80e)

Hull City 2-2 (2-3 AP) Everton

But: Schmied (1concerning) and Longman (71e) // gray (21e); Gomes (31e) and Townsend (99e)

Swansea 1-1 (2-3 AP) Southampton

But: Piroe (77)e) and Bednarek (CSC; 95e) // Redmond (8e); Elyounoussi (96e) and long (107e)

Yeovil 1-3 Bournemouth

But: Quigley (48.)e) // Marcondes (19e; 43e and 70e)
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