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Summary

  1. Leeds come from behind to reach round four
  2. Fourth-round draw (selected ties): Tottenham v Wycombe, Derby v Leicester
  3. AFC Wimbledon/Sutton v Leeds
  4. Plymouth/Liverpool v Wolves; Southampton/Norwich v Arsenal
  5. Lincoln/Ipswich v Brighton; Chelsea v Brentford
  6. Man Utd v Wigan; Palace/Bolton v Man City

Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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That's a wrap

And with that, we wrap.

The FA Cup third round is put to bed, for 10 days at least, until the replays.

We shall see you on Tuesday night though for some League Cup action!

Oh yes. See you there. 

'I love the FA Cup'

Cambridge 1-2 Leeds

Leeds boss Garry Monk: "Cambridge were excellent in that first half, they put pressure on us and were a handful.

"We were playing too much football in the first half though, not on this pitch. We are a young group and there's not much experience between them but they have improved so much.

"We had a setback but we reset and more often than not they are able to do that.

"I love the FA Cup, I've grown up with it and it means a lot to me. All I know is that we use our squad, we respected it tonight, you could see that from how committed we were tonight."

'I trust all my players'

Cambridge 1-2 Leeds

Leeds manager Garry Monk: "Credit to Cambridge they made it very tough for us as we knew they would.

"We were able to move the game up the pitch in the second half and got the goals at good times. I trust all my players, there's no point in having a squad if you are not going to use them and it will stand them in good stead.

"Liam Cooper has an impact injury but he should be OK."

'We want more of this'

Cambridge 1-2 Leeds

Cambridge manager Shaun Derry: "We want more of this. We want to be on a different stage.

"We are in League Two and it's a tough, tough level and we can make a real claim for the top seven now."

FA Cup: Cambridge Utd 1-2 Leeds Utd highlights

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FA Cup: Cambridge Utd 1-2 Leeds Utd highlights

FA Cup fourth round

Draw in full:

Tottenham Hotspur v Wycombe Wanderers

Derby County v Leicester City

Oxford United v Newcastle United or Birmingham City

AFC Wimbledon or Sutton United v Leeds United

Plymouth Argyle or Liverpool v Wolverhampton Wanderers

Southampton or Norwich City v Arsenal

Lincoln or Ipswich v Brighton

Chelsea v Brentford

Manchester United v Wigan Athletic

Millwall v Watford

Rochdale v Huddersfield Town

Burnley or Sunderland v Fleetwood Town or Bristol City

Blackburn Rovers v Barnsley or Blackpool

Fulham v Hull City

Middlesbrough v Accrington Stanley

Crystal Palace or Bolton v Manchester City

Cambridge 1-2 Leeds

If you are of a certain age it may be hard to believe that Leeds have been out of the Premier League for 13 years now.

They went down with 33 points in May 2004 and have not been back since.

'Leeds could be top six in England'

Cambridge 1-2 Leeds

Steve Claridge

Ex-Cambirdge striker, BBC Radio 5 live

Leeds have the capabilities of being a top six or seven team in the country. They will get 35,000 every home game if they win promotion to the Premier League. They have the ammunition and quality to give it a real go.

'Monk focused'

Cambridge 1-2 Leeds

Steve Claridge

Ex-Cambridge striker, BBC Radio 5 live

Lots of things that have gone on at Leeds have left a slightly bitter taste. But what they done is given the manager a chance and backed him financially. You get the feeling Garry Monk, with what he has had to put up with, just lets it wash over him. He comes across as a focused person.

Garry Monk
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'The first half was unacceptable'

Cambridge 1-2 Leeds

Leeds winger Stuart Dallas: "The first half was unacceptable from us and we needed a reaction which luckily we were able to do. We needed to keep the ball, cut out the mistakes and we knew chances would come. We have won the game, that's what it's about."

Leeds goalscorer Alex Mowatt: "I don't know what I was doing in there for the goal, it just hit my head and I'll take the goal. We have been playing well and we just needed to get a win tonight. The gaffer needed to rest some players and we've done well in the end."

Alex Mowatt puts Leeds ahead

Cambridge 1-2 Leeds

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Alex Mowatt puts Leeds ahead

Stuart Dallas levels the scores for Leeds United with a headed goal

Cambridge 1-2 Leeds

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Stuart Dallas levels the scores for Leeds United with a headed goal

Uche Ikpeazu gives Cambridge the lead

Cambridge 1-2 Leeds

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Uche Ikpeazu gives Cambridge the lead

'Excellent tie'

Cambridge 1-2 Leeds

Steve Claridge

Ex-Cambridge striker, BBC Radio 5 live

Excellent cup tie. Very, very different halves. Cambridge were very good in the first half but in the end Leeds just about edged it.

Cambridge 1-2 Leeds

Ian Dennis

Senior football reporter

Credit to #lufc - much improved 2nd half and 2-1 victory. Cambridge acquitted themselves well. Football social now on @5liveSport

Fourth-round draw

Leeds will now travel to either AFC Wimbledon or Sutton United in the fourth round. 

FULL-TIME

Cambridge 1-2 Leeds

But Leeds see it out. Poor in the first half, strong in the second. Cambridge are richly applauded off by their own fans. They gave it their all.

KEEPER UP!

Cambridge 1-2 Leeds

Cambridge free-kick. THE KEEPER IS GOING UP...

Cambridge 1-2 Leeds

FOUR MINUTES added on as Cambridge find a spring in their steps again...

Cambridge 1-2 Leeds

Steve Claridge

Ex-Cambridge striker, BBC Radio 5 live

That came from Kyle Bartley giving the ball away. The substitute was so unlucky not to get on to it.

CLOSE!

Cambridge 1-2 Leeds

Cambridge nearly snatch a draw right at the end! Piero Mingoia shoots from a long way out, it bounces awkwardly right in front of Leeds keeper Marco Silvestri and he can only push it back into danger and Ben Williamson is close to bundling the rebound in!

Cambridge 1-2 Leeds

Lewie Coyle, who has made a difference at right-back for Leeds since coming on, needs treatment after an awkward landing, but he's able to soldier on. Almost over. 

CLOSE!

Cambridge 1-2 Leeds

Have I written Cambridge off too soon?! They force a corner and Uche Ikpeazu climbs high to nod a header just wide of the far post!

That was a real chance, a difficult one as the ball was always high for the striker. But he made a decent connection and may feel he could have done more. That's got the crowd going again anyway!

Uche Ikpeazu heads towards goal
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Cambridge 1-2 Leeds

Into the last 10 minutes at Cambridge. Will either, or both, of these sides end the season in promotion from their respective divisions? That's the big question. 

'Leeds bossing it'

Cambridge 1-2 Leeds

Steve Claridge

Ex-Cambridge striker, BBC Radio 5 live

It's a role reversal. Leeds are working really hard now and Cambridge have not had much concerted possession. Leeds have bossed it.

Alex Mowatt puts Leeds ahead

Cambridge 1-2 Leeds

Accident or intentional? You decide. 

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Alex Mowatt puts Leeds ahead

Text us on 81111

To all the moaners via your live text, Garry Monk's clever use of squad rotation has delivered us safely through to the fourth round. Cheers.

Zack, a Leeds fan, sipping 'spoke too soon punch.'

Cambridge 1-2 Leeds

It's gone very quiet at the Abbey Stadium. Cambridge gave it everything in the first half but now they are shot, they can't get close to put pressure on the Leeds players any more. 

Uche Ikpeazu and Kyle Bartley
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CLOSE!

Cambridge 1-2 Leeds

Leeds' best player tonight has been Alex Mowatt and he gets in behind again with a driving run, the angle is totally against him but he manages to thread a low shot on the bounce between the legs of Cambridge keeper Will Norris and wide! 

SUBSTITUTION

Cambridge 1-2 Leeds

And Kyle Bartley does replace the stricken Liam Cooper.

Cambridge 1-2 Leeds

Leeds captain Liam Cooper is down with an injury after another clash with Uche Ikpeazu. Leeds were about to send on target man Chris Wood but now instead it's Kyle Bartley sent out to get stripped. 

Cambridge 1-2 Leeds

Harrison Dunk does have an early shot for Cambridge but it's easily blocked away. Leeds have had over 70% of the possession since half-time. It's hard to make a case for another Cambridge goal in the final 20-odd minutes to be honest. 

Leeds find their voice

Cambridge 1-2 Leeds

Phil Shepka

BBC Sport

Leeds celebrate that goal by setting off a flare with an amber tinge. One way sure to annoy the 'Amber Army'...

Leeds fans have found their voice, having seen a fairly abject performance by their side in the first half.

Leeds fans celebrate
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What a turnaround

Cambridge 1-2 Leeds

Steve Claridge

Ex-Cambridge striker, BBC Radio 5 live

You would not believe a tie could change the way it has. Leeds are completely different. Cambridge have not defended that very well. They needed to stay in this game and they've conceded two goals in a short space of time.

Alex Mowatt celebrates
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Cambridge 1-2 Leeds

Cambridge are out on their feet now, paying for their efforts in that superb first-half showing.

They make a change in fact as the excellently-named Harrison Dunk comes on. He's got a shot on him. 

GOAL - Cambridge 1-2 Leeds

Alex Mowatt

And the turnaround is complete! Leeds score from that corner, giant centre-back Pontus Jansson heads down and Alex Mowatt, standing in front of the goalkeeper, flicks it into the roof of the net.

He may have been trying to get out of the way of that effort. I'll give him the benefit of the doubt. 

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Alex Mowatt puts Leeds ahead

'Leeds tails are up'

Cambridge 1-1 Leeds

Steve Claridge

Ex-Cambridge striker, BBC Radio 5 live

There's a different feel to this tie now. The goal has changed the complexion completely. Suddenly there's a spring in Leeds' game and their tails are up. Cambridge have to make sure they stay in this.

Cambridge 1-1 Leeds

Another good cross in from the Leeds left and they win a corner. Cambridge can't get out now, their out ball in the first half Uche Ikpeazu look a spent force. 

Dallas levels for Leeds

Cambridge 1-1 Leeds

Marcus Antonsson did his best to get a touch on this on the line but couldn't quite get there...

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Stuart Dallas levels the scores for Leeds United with a headed goal

Cambridge 1-1 Leeds

Cambridge are on the rack now. A lovely touch from Marcus Antonsson sees him bring the ball out of the sky and then he tests Will Norris with a powerful low shot which almost squirms through the keeper and in. Leeds sense a winner.