FA Cup Fourth Round Replay

FA Cup Fourth Round Replay

In the past two seasons, Tottenham Hotspur, Leicester City and Middlesbrough, who were beaten 2-0 on Tuesday night in a fourth-round replay, have found it hard to adapt to the conditions in cup ties.

Portuguese Ivan Cavaleiro struck in the second half to win the tie and set up a fifth-round game at Bristol City.

Newport tweeted on Wednesday: "A huge congratulations to 'Keeper Joe Day and his wife Lizzie who gave birth to twins Sophia Grace Day and Emelia Lillie Day last night".

"The professional that he is, he turned his phone off", Newport manager Michael Flynn told BT Sport after the game.

"They can match Championship players".

He said: "Knowing how good Pep is I'm sure they'll overcome that pitch".

Wilmott was the provider as he whizzed in a unsafe ball for the 30-year-old to smash past Greek shot-stopper Dimitrios Konstantopoulos.

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"We always knew there was a chance the birth would fall during the match, but Lizzie backed me and made it an easy decision for me to play the game", Day said.

In other replays, Brentford dispatched non-league Barnet 3-1, while QPR beat Portsmouth 2-0 to secure a home tie with Watford.

"He sprinted off the pitch and it's the quickest I've ever seen him move".

Wolves had to come from behind at Shrewsbury Town to force a replay and they were again pushed hard by the League One strugglers in the Molineux return.

The Republic of Ireland defender opened the scoring for Nuno Espirito Santo's men after only two minutes and then levelled just before half time after goals from James Bolton and Josh Laurent had put the Shrews 2-1 in front.

"We'll have to be prepared, and I might play nine at the back!"

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