FA Cup Recap: Upsets, routs and plenty of replays

Chris Brunskill

Here's a recap off all of today's third round action in the FA Cup

Here's a recap of all of today's third round action from the FA Cup.

Brighton Hove & Albion 2-0 Newcastle United

Aldershot Town 3-1 Rotherham United

Daniel Hylton had a bust day netting a hat trick and a straight red card as Aldershot Town rolled past Rotherham. The Millers also had a man sent off as Kari Arnason was shown a second yellow card just a minute before Hylton's dismissal.

Aston Villa 2-1 Ipswich Town

Michael Chopra put Ipswich in front in the 31st minute but two second half goals save Aston Villa. DarrenBent equalized for Villa a minute in to the second half and Andrea Weimann scored the winner in the 85th minute.

Barnsley 1-0 Burnley

Burnley's Brian Stock was shown a straight red in the 37th minute but it wasn't until the 85th minute when Danny Rose finally broke through for Barnsley to give them the win.

Bolton 2-2 Sunderland

Bolton looked on their way to the net round leading 2-0 after 48 minutes thanks to goals from Lee Chung-Yong and Marvin Sordell. The Black Cats fought back though with goals from Connor Wickham and Craig Gardner to force a replace at the Stadium of Light.

Charlton Athletic 0-1 Huddersfield Town

Jermaine Beckford scored in the 11th minute as the Terriers held on to advance to the next round. A red card to Charlton's Dorian Dervite in the 57th minute all but ended the Addicks home of a comeback.

Crawley Town 1-3 Reading

Nicky Adams put Crawley Town ahead off the opening kickoff but it was Reading who would take the day. Adam Le Fondre scored twice, first in the 13th minute and on a penalty in the 49th minute to lead the Royals. Noel Hunt also scored for Reading.

Crystal Palace 0-0 Stoke City

Stoke playing a boring scoreless draw? Never! Palace and the Potters will play a replay at Britannia Stadium after neither team managed to score in a mostly uneventful match.

Derby County 5-0 Tranmere Rovers

Derby hammered Tranmere Rovers 5-0 at the Pride Park Stadium. Ben Davies scored the lone goal in the first half but the rout was in the second 45 with goals from Conor Sammon, John Brayford, Jeff Hendrick and Mason Bennett.

Fulham 1-1 Blackpool

Fulham needed a late goal from Giogos Karagounis to force a replay against Blackpool. Ludovic Sylvestre had put the Seasiders ahead in the 60th minute.

Hull City 1-1 Leyton Orient

David Mooney put Leyton in front in the 78th minute but four minutes in to stoppage time The Tiger's Nick Proschwitz scored to force a replay at the Matchroom Stadium.

Leeds United 1-1 Birmingham City

Wade Eliott stake Birmingham to a lead in the 32nd minute but a second half goal from Luciano Bechio pulled Leeds even. The Blues will host the replay.

Leicester City 2-0 Burton Albion

The Foxes rolled past Burton Albion behind first half goals from Chris Wood and Ritchie De Laet to secure a spot in the next round.

Luton Town 1-0 Wolverhampton Wanderers

Conference National side Luton Town pulled off the big upset of Championship side Wolves thanks to a goal from Alex Lawless early in the second half.

Macclesfield Town 2-1 Cardiff City

Conference side Macclesfield upset Cardiff City from the Championship thanks to two goals from Matthew Barnes-Homer in the final ten minutes. Nathaniel Jarvis put Cardiff ahead in the 57th minute but Barnes-Homer scored first in the 85th minute and converted a penalty in the 88th minute to complete the upset.

Manchester City 3-0 Watford

City had no trouble at all with Watford, cruising to an easy win. Carlos Tevez and Gareth Barry scored in the first half and Marcos Lopes added the third in stoppage time.

Middlesbrough 4-1 Hastings Utd

Middlesbrough hammered Hastings Utd to advane to the next round. Merouane Zemmama had a brace to lead Boro. Andy Halliday and Ishmael Miller (who missed a penalty early in the match) also scored. Bradley Goldburg netted the lone strike for Hastings.

Millwall 1-0 Preston North End

Liam Feeney's strike in the 31st minute was all Millwall needed as they advance to the fourth round with a 1-0 defeat of Preston North End.

Nottingham Forest 2-3 Oldham Atheltic

Oldham advanced past Nottingham Forest in a fairly eventful match at the City Ground. Matt Smith's own goal gave Forest and early lead but a brace by Robbie Simpson and a third goal scored by Jose Baxter proved the difference. Forest's Danny Collins was shown a straight red card in the 60th minute and Billy Sharp scored five minutes in to stoppage time to make the final score a little closer.'

Oxford United 0-3 Sheffield United

Goals from Tony McMahon, Dave Kitson and Nick Blackman leds the Blades to an easy away victory over Oxford.

Petersborough United 0-3 Norwich City

The Canaries had no problems with Petersborough, easily downing The Posh behind goals from Elliott Bennet, Simeon Jackson and Robert Snodgrass.

Queens Park Rangers 1-1 West Bromwich Albion

Shane Long's 79th minute goal looked to have West Brom in to the next round but Kieron Dyer scored two minutes in to stoppage time as QPR forced a replay against the Baggies.

Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Milton Keynes Dons

Championship side Sheffield Wednesday wasted home field against League One MK Dons and will now have to travel for a replay after the two sides played to a scoreless draw.

Southampton 1-5 Chelsea

Southend United 2-2 Brentford

League One side Brentford wasted a two-goal advantage and will be forced to play a replay against League Two Southend United. Tom Adeyemi and an own-goal from Ryan Cresswell staked The Bees to 2-0 lead in the first half but Barry Corr scored twice to save Southend.

Tottenham 3-0 Coventry City

Spurs had no troubles at home easily dispatching Coventry 3-0. Clint Dempsey scored twice for Spurs and Gareth Bale added the third.

Wigan Athletic 1-1 AFC Bournemouth

EPL side Wigan needed a late goal to force a replay against League One Bournemouth. Eunan O'Kane put The Cherries ahead four minutes from halftime but they couldn't hold on. Jordi Gomez missed a penalty in the 70th minute but scored on the rebound to save Wigan from an embarrassing defeat.

West Ham United vs. Manchester United

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