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Summary

  1. Gerrard header and stunning free-kick
  2. Akinfenwa levelled from close range
  3. FT: Burnley 1-1 Tottenham
  4. Chadli opens scoring, Burnley's Vokes levels
  5. Cambridge Utd draw Man Utd in 4th round

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By Emlyn Begley and Andy Cryer

All times stated are UK

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Just two more FA Cup third round ties left to play - except those who need to battle it out in a replay of course.

Everton entertain West Ham tomorrow night in an all-Premier League tie, while League One sides Scunthorpe and Chesterfield play each other for a fourth-round place.

You can follow live text of both games on the BBC Sport website as well as commentary on BBC Radio Live from Goodison Park. You can also follow all the reaction to tonight's games, the draw and any transfer news on BBC Sportsday from 08:00 GMT.

For me though, I bid you farewell. It's been a pleasure.

Burnley 1-1 Tottenham

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There was a lot less action at Turf Moor. At half time, neither side had managed a shot on or off target, so at least it got a bit better after the break.

AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

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There was certainly plenty of action at AFC Wimbledon this evening. Liverpool, as expected, had the better chances but the League Two side gave them a scare. A cracking FA Cup third round tie. Bolton at Anfield in the next round.

AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

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A question you expect will be asked by many for the remainder of the season.

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Paul Banbridge on text: To Fran @ 22:00 - suuussshhhh! That's just silly it's not one nor the other! Brendan proved last season he is the manager to take us forward.

Player reaction

AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

AFC Wimbledon striker Adebayo Akinfenwa: "Liverpool kept the ball and kept it well. That is more running than I've done in my career. We can go away with our heads held high.

"I like the hustle and bustle, it is the chasing the midfielders back that I don't like. I'm disappointed with the result as a draw would have been cool and to go back to Anfield. We lost to a piece of magic from Steven Gerrard. But Liverpool know they were in a game today."

Manager reaction

AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

Neal Ardley, AFC Wimbledon
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AFC Wimbledon manager Neal Ardley: "In the first 25 minutes we looked nervous. They took me too literally about our shape but when we grew in the game and in confidence we caused them problems. In the first half, we had all of the best chances but they have some good players on the counter-attack and in the last 20 minutes we run out of legs and they had a lot of chances. I've told the players they have done the club proud but also they should kick themselves because we are in the business of winning and not being good losers."

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James: If Wimbledon won it would've been Heskey vs Akinfenwa in the next round... That would be a real battle!

Hamza_15: Been an AFC Wimbledon supporter my whole life and I've never been this proud of them.

Ciaran: Can't wait to see King Emile Heskey back at Anfield.

Manager reaction

Burnley 1-1 Tottenham

Burnley manager Sean Dyche: "It was a game of very few chances. They made seven changes and had a team only £130m worth. It was a lacklustre game, with little atmosphere. We did everything to try and get a result.

"The massive plus is Sam Vokes getting a goal on his recovery. He is on his way back to full fitness. Our mentality is solid and our physicality is outstanding."

Manager reaction

Burnley 1-1 Tottenham

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino: "The first half was difficult and poor. But the second half was a turnaround. We scored and the game was ours but you never give up and they got back in the game. I am disappointed because we have to play another game. We have a lot of games ahead.

"Amazing support from our fans. Thank you very much."

Scottish football latest

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Celtic are now within a point of Scottish Premiership leaders Aberdeen and have a game in hand following a convincing 2-0 win over Kilmarnock at Rugby Park. Kris Commons was the key player for Celtic, tormenting the home defence and peppering Craig Samson's goal with shots and twice hitting the crossbar. Aberdeen can move further ahead on Saturday if they win away to St Mirren while Celtic opt to take a one-match winter break.

Manager reaction

AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

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Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers told BBC Sport: "It was a very tough game, congratulations to AFC Wimbledon - they made it very difficult.

"We started well like we'd want to, controlling the game but then we lost our shape within the game. And we presented them chances by giving the ball away.

"We adapted at half-time but we still had to defend all the way through to the end. The physicality always puts you under pressure - they have good delivery. The ball came into the box consistently and of course that can be a threat. You'll never be overly comfortable in those situations.

"I've got to give a lot of testament to my players - they showed a lot of character. In the second half, we should have had two or three more goals."

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Fran on text: Steven Gerrard is amazing. He should continue to play for Liverpool. What are the management team thinking of....... There is one who needs to depart and his name is Brendan Rodgers.

AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

Emile Heskey
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So Liverpool will be hosting Championship Bolton in the FA Cup fourth round. Emile Heskey's return to Anfield - he couldn't, could he?

Goals, goals, goals

Don't forget you can watch all of tonight's goals by clicking on the highlights tab at the top of this live text.

They are also here. Enjoy.

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AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

Former England international Trevor Sinclair: Congrats and unlucky to Neal Ardley and @AFCWimbledon, fantastic effort to be very proud of

Philip Matejtschuk: huge credit to AFC Wimbledon that only difference between plucky League2 side and "Premiership quality" was Steven Gerrard

Player reaction

AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard: "I always enjoy the FA Cup. I've grown up loving the competition. It is going to be my last time so I want to go all the way. This is the beauty of the FA Cup, form goes out of the window. Wimbledon were honest and gave us a real test.

"If I wasn't here playing for this team I would be in the stands watching. I know what it means to the supporters and that is why I try to give it my best. We have to take each game as it comes. Bolton in the next round will be a difficult test. Winning this competition is what dreams are made of and hopefully that will be the case."

Incidentally, Gerrard will be 35 on Cup final day...

AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

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Fair to say Steven Gerrard was all over the place this evening. The Liverpool skipper had 69 touches, most of them in the attacking half as the graphic above shows, and scored both of Liverpool's goals. A decent night's work.

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AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

Simon in Belfast: For those asking how Liverpool will manage without Gerrard, this time last week when he was rested they had their best performance since they beat Spurs in August, demolishing Swansea 4-1.

Match of the Day's Alan Shearer

"It was a great cup tie, it had everything. There were chances at both ends. How many times have we said Steven Gerrard has dragged Liverpool by the scruff of the neck. Without a doubt for me, he was man of the match. He gives Liverpool more the further forward you push him. He knows where to go and what positions to take up."

MAN OF THE MATCH

Steven Gerrard

Steven Gerrard
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No surprises really... two-goal Liverpool hero Steven Gerrard has won the vote to be named man of the match. Where would the Reds have been without him tonight? Gerrard received 65% of the vote, while AFC Wimbledon's Sean Rigg and Adam Barrett polled 23% and 12% respectively.

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Anthony, Bromley: Great effort from Spurs fans. 2500 on a Monday night in Burnley and 1st day back at work for many.

AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

Match of the Day's Danny Murphy

"If anyone doubts it, this proves there is still magic left in the FA Cup. The excitement, atmosphere and spirit has been absolutely superb."

FULL-TIME

AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

A tremendous effort from League Two AFC Wimbledon but, ultimately, not good enough to beat Liverpool and Steven Gerrard. Where would the Reds be without their skipper? I guess we will find out soon.

Great drama.

AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

Match of the Day's Danny Murphy

"AFC Wimbledon would have been looking at a replay at least if not for Steven Gerrard but the minutes are ticking away now."

CLOSE!

AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

Simon Mignolet
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Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet collects the ball. On the break the Reds almost score again as Steven Gerrard's effort is cleared off the line by Callum Kennedy.

AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

Simon Mignolet scrambles the ball out for a corner with Adebayo Azeez waiting to tap home.

AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

Free-kick to AFC Wimbledon deep inside their own half. Time to punt it long.

AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

Another Liverpool corner as Callum Kennedy stops Mario Balotelli from scoring from close range. Three minutes of injury time signalled.

AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

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Liverpool keeping possession to frustrate the hosts.

AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

Corner to Liverpool but they leave five men back.

AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

Time running out for the underdogs. Will they get another chance? Three minutes left now.

Scottish latest

Celtic are cruising to three Premiership points at Kilmarnock as they try to catch leaders Aberdeen by winning their games in hand. Stefan Scepovic pokes home an Efe Ambrose headed knock-down from a corner kick to double the visitors' lead at Rugby Park and few observers would fancy hesitant Killie to come back to earn a point or more. There are only 10 minutes left.

AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

A defensive move by Liverpool as Kolo Toure replaces Lazar Markovic. Holding on to what they have?

Burnley 1-1 Tottenham

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Sam Vokes
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"I think it's a fair result overall. Spurs started well in the second half but as the game wore on Burnley got more confidence. Vokes got a good goal. Once they took Ings off, though, they did not look a threat. It is probably a replay neither wanted but one they will take nonetheless."

AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

At the other end Lazar Marlovic has a strike saved by the busy James Shea after another four-on-two breaks for the Reds.

CLOSE!

AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

Home substitute Adebayo Azeez has a shot deflected by Martin Skrtel. That was going in.

AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

Seven minutes left at AFC Wimbledon. Can they?

FULL-TIME

Burnley 1-1 Tottenham

Harry Kane
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These two teams will have to play again for the right to entertain Leicester in the fourth round.

Close!

AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Liverpool

Philippe Coutinho should seal the win for Liverpool after being played in on goal by Steven Gerrard. Coutinho's side footed shot from seven yards is easy for goalkeeper James Shea to divert wide.