FA Cup third round roundup
The FA Cup third round saw 106 goals in 32 games, with Manchester United host Aston Villa on Monday night.
The Red Devils, who were knocked out in the semi-finals last season, kept their hopes of going all the way this round with a gruelling 1-0 victory.
Scott McTominay scored the only goal of the clash in ten minutes:
— Emirates FA Cup (@EmiratesFACup) January 10, 2022
In turn, now, 101 A look back at the highlights from the third round of England’s longest-running football game.
You can view the full fourth-round draw below.
The draw for the fourth round of the FA Cup has been completed.
The draw will take place between Friday 4th February and Monday 7th February 2022 and the winning club will receive £90,000. pic.twitter.com/AOPqsPjsG4
— Ollie Bayliss (@Ollie_Bayliss) January 9, 2022
Loss of the round: Nottingham Forest 1-0 Arsenal
This round of frustration comes from high-flying Arsenal Unceremoniously knocked out of the FA Cup Nottingham Forest won 1-0 at City Stadium.
A goal from veteran striker Lewis Graban proved decisive 10 minutes later, as the Forester brought home a pinpoint cross to tangle Arsenal’s defence and send Mikel Arteta away. The team sent the cup.
— Emirates FA Cup (@EmiratesFACup) January 9, 2022
The result marks the second time in four years that Arsenal have been eliminated by Forest at this stage and means the champions will host central rivals Leicester City and Arsenal will have to wait another year to join their squad line-up. 14 FA Cup winners.
Round 3: Barnsley 5-4 Barrow
With 9 goals and a red card in 120 minutes of football, it’s always going to be the hallmark of a game you don’t want to miss. Under the circumstances, it’s certainly worth a visit for those heading to Oakwell to watch title contenders Barnsley host League Two Barrows.
Eight different shooters.
A red card.
— Squawka News (@SquawkaNews) January 8, 2022
The hosts eventually squeezed past Barrow in overtime, but only after they were heavily panicked in the process.
Every angle of all our 5⃣ goals from Saturday! pic.twitter.com/Cz87nx5nRw
— Barnsley Football Club (@BarnsleyFC) January 10, 2022
They will now face Huddersfield Town in the fourth round.
This round of tweets
League One Cambridge United became the country’s sweetheart very briefly as they knocked out newly rich Premier League Newcastle in a huge upset.
Until they cancelled the festivities, though… As you can see below, several members of the club opted for a Cristiano Ronaldo “siuu” celebration in an empty St James’ Park:
— Cambridge United (@CambridgeUtdFC) January 9, 2022
It’s safe to say that most of the fans they gained after beating the Magpies quickly disappeared, with more than one response to the video pleading with CU admins to remove the clip.
Goal of this round
In the 93rd minute, with two goals apiece, extra time is imminent… Onward, Thelo Aasgaard.
Just as those watching at the DW Stadium were bracing for an extra half-hour of play and a possible penalty, Wigan Athletic’s teenage talent Asgard summoned a magical moment to bring The Rutts are sent into the 4th round of the FA Cup in style.
The Liverpool native, brought in from the bench not long ago, found the winner just minutes after Daniel Ayala equalised for Blackburn, sweetening his flashy strike and enough to make our No. Three goals rounded:
Round 4 to Watch – Kidderminster Harriers v West Ham United
Non-league side Kidderminster Harriers were rewarded for their dissatisfaction with Championship side Reading at home to ambitious West Ham United.
Take it away, Gaffer…❤ pic.twitter.com/hIh6CAamoY
— Kidderminster Harrier (@khfcofficial) January 8, 2022
The last time the two teams met was in the fifth round of the FA Cup in 1994, when the Premier League’s top four chasers won 1-0 thanks to a Lee Chapman goal.
After 28 years, Kidderminster has a chance to get his revenge in a game sure to get a lot of attention.
what the odds say
Manchester United climbed all the way to fourth in the bookies in the FA Cup this season after beating Aston Villa tonight.
However, cross-city rivals Manchester City remain the frontrunners to claim a second FA Cup title in four years at 11/4.
On the other end of the scale, if you’re feeling particularly lucky, all of Borehamwood, Cambridge United, Hartlepool and Kidderminster are backing at 1000/1 to shock the masses and lift the The most coveted cup award in English football.
For all the latest FA Cup odds and betting news, check out Bet 365.
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