Sky Bet League One Cambridge won 1–0 at Newcastle to book their place in the fourth round of the FA Cup.
Evancastle, battling for the existence of the Premier League, thought they had taken the lead through Jacob Murphy, but the goal was denied for offside.
Cambridge broke the deadlock in the 56th minute when Joe Ironside turned the ball into the crowded penalty area to kick the ball – with a goal awarded after a lengthy VAR review.
Wanrama National League outfit Boreham Wood will also be drawn in the fourth round after a 2–0 home win over AFC Wimbledon.
Tyrone Marsh gave Wood the early lead with a fierce drive and substitute Adrian Clifton, who had just arrived, registered a memorable win with four minutes to go.
Earlier, a late header from Matty Pearson saw Championship high-flyers Huddersfield coming from behind to take out Premier League Burnley with a 2–1 win at Turf Moor.
Josh Koroma (74) had canceled Jay Rodriguez’s first-half strike for the relegation-threatened Clarets.
Pearson then nodded with only four minutes remaining, so send the Terriers into the fourth round for the first time since 2018.
National League North Kidderminster came back from behind to beat Championship side Reading 2–1 at Egborough Stadium.
George Puskas gave the Royals the lead just before half-time, but captain Sam Austin (69) had a non-league level before Amari Morgan-Smith (82) emerged victorious late.
Recovered from a howler by Crystal Palace goalkeeper Jack Butland for a 2–1 win over Millwall.
Benik Afob gave the Lions a quick forward after former England international Butland was caught trying to play outside the six-yard box.
Michael Ollis hit a fine individual goal to equalize within a minute of the start and Jean-Philippe Mateta (58) took the home lead which proved to be the winner in a fiery clash at the Dane.
Teenager Joe Gray came off the bench to score the winner as League Two Hartlepool returned to beat Championship side Blackpool 2–1 at Victoria Park.
Keshi Anderson (eight) put the visitors ahead early on, but Hartlepool was level soon after the restart through a distracted effort from David Ferguson, before Grey’s low finish scored a memorable win. .
Holders Leicester beat Watford 4-1 at King Power Stadium.
Youri Tielemans – whose goal beat Chelsea at Wembley in last year’s final – set Fox on her way with an early penalty before James Maddison (25) doubled the lead.
Although Joo Pedro (26) pulled a swift one back for the relegation-laced Hornets, second-half goals from Harvey Barnes (56) and captain Mark Albrighton (85) sealed a comfortable victory – stadium lights After a while after leaving.
Substitute Brian Mbumo came off the bench to score a hat-trick in the second half to beat Brentford 4-1 at Port Vale.
Marcus Fors (26) placed the bees in front of Mbumo (66) and added a second immediately after coming.
Although Kylian Harrat (70) took a goal back for Vale, Mbumo made it 3–1 with 14 minutes remaining before a late penalty at home.
Saturday’s opening kick-off saw Championship side Middlesbrough go past League Two Mansfield 3-2 with their goal in stoppage time.
Uche Ikpezu (four) and Kaolan Boyd-Muns (14) tried to put Boro under control, but the visitors were reduced to 10 men in the 33rd minute after a red card to defending Sol Bamba. .
Ollie Hawkins (67) and Rice Oates (85) held the Stags level – only for Borough to snatch a dramatic late winner when John-Joe O’Toole turned the ball into his net.
Championship promotion-chasers Fulham eventually won 1–0 at Bristol City with an extra-time goal from Harry Wilson, while Coventry – FA Cup winners in 1987 – won the Derby 1–0 after a late first-half header from Dom Hayam. defeated by -0.
Just after Daniel Ayala’s header sent the tie to extra time, Wigan beat championship promotion-chaser Blackburn 3–2 with Thelo Asgard’s stoppage-time winner.
Peterborough beat Bristol Rovers 2–1 at Weston Homes Stadium, where on-loan Norwich defender Bally Mumba scored on his debut.
Barnsley defeated League Two Barrow 5–4 after extra time.
An all-action match, in which Barrow forward Tom Beadling was dispatched just before half-time, was settled in the 88th minute by a strike from Carlton Morris – only to have Josh Kay draw 4-4.
However, Morris eventually proved to be the winner with 102 minutes to score.
Brighton overtook 10-man West Brom 2–1 after extra time.
Callum Robinson (47) gave the rebels the lead at the Hawthorns before defender Cedric Kipre (69) was sent off for two quick warnings.
Jacob Modder equalized with nine minutes remaining and Neil Maupay (98) scored in the first period of extra time to send off Siegel.
Championship side QPR avoided an upset as they beat League One leaders Rotherham 8–7 on penalties, with two spot-kicks saved by keeper Jordan Archer.
After a goalless 90 minutes, Michael Ihikewe (98) put the Millers in front, but an equalizer from Lyndon Dykes (115) sent the tie into a shoot-out.