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Tom Rostance

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  1. Post update

    An(other) epic night of cup football for us all to enjoy then. That's us out of here - see you soon for more football. It never stops...

  2. Post update

    Worcester City 13-14 Scunthorpe United on penalties

    Carl Heeley, Worcester City boss: "I'm so proud of the players - they were fantastic this evening. We took this right to the distance. I wish Scunthorpe the best of luck, but we've been outstanding.

    "We've got to use this as a springboard to push us up the league and see if we can get a play-off place. We've got to produce week in, week out.

    "The players have done this club proud this evening. The club has got massive potential and the sky's the limit for us. I'm a proud man tonight - the players have been superb."

  3. Post update

    Incredibly, that's the second 14-13 penalty shootout win I've commentated on in one season. Time to change the rules - you have to take it from 25 yards out...

  4. Post update

    Worcester City 13-14 Scunthorpe United on penalties

    Scunthorpe are only the third team from the top four tiers of English football to score 14 penalties in a single shootout.

  5. Post update

    Worcester City 13-14 Scunthorpe United on penalties

    Scunthorpe manager Mark Robins: "They pushed us all the way. But you're in it to win it and we ended up winning it. But I thought Worcester were magnificent, really good.

    "And the penalties at the end were outstanding. We're in the next round but you've got to take your hat off to Worcester - they were magnificent. There was a lot of pressure on each penalty taker, but I'm pleased we're through."

  6. Post update

    Worcester City 13-14 Scunthorpe United on penalties

    Worcester boss Carl Heeley says. of course, that the penalty shootout 'was a lottery' and that he is proud of his players.

  7. Post update

    Scunthorpe will play either MK Dons or Chesterfield in the third round. They replay their second-round tie on Friday 2nd January.


    Worcester City 13-14 Scunthorpe United on penalties

    Wow! What a shootout! The longest penalty shootout in the FA Cup before tonight was Macclesfield beating Forest Green 11-10 in November 2001 in the first round.

  9. SCORES!

    Worcester City 13-14 Scunthorpe United - Miguel Llera

    It is all over. Worcester City's FA Cup dream ends. Miguel Llera converts his spot-kick in the bottom left corner of the net. Scunthorpe advance into the third round of the FA Cup.

  10. SAVED!

    Worcester City 13-13 Scunthorpe United - Wayne Thomas

    Advantage Scunthorpe. Too close to the goalkeeper, he dives to the left and parries the ball.

  11. Post update

    That's 30 penalties (THIRTY)

  12. SCORES!

    Worcester City 13-13 Scunthorpe United - Lyle Taylor

    Thirty penalties taken, 26 scored. Above Vaughan to his left.

  13. SCORES!

    Worcester City 13-12 Scunthorpe United - Tyler Weir

    Weir scored once. And does so again. Bottom right corner this time.

  14. SCORES!

    Worcester City 12-12 Scunthorpe United - Terry Hawkridge

    Hawkridge picks his spot. Nerveless at the moment.

  15. SCORES!

    Worcester City 12-11 Scunthorpe United - Ellis Deeney

    Very calm from Deeney. Waits for the goalkeeper to dive and slides it in the opposite corner.

  16. SCORES!

    Worcester City 11-11 Scunthorpe United - Marcus Williams

    Will it ever end? Placed penalty, into the corner.

  17. SCORES!

    Worcester City 11-10 Scunthorpe United - Nick Wright

    He missed earlier. Scores this time. Above the goalkeeper. Penalty 26 coming next.

  18. SCORES!

    Worcester City 10-10 Scunthorpe United - Paddy Madden

    Maybe the best we have seen. Bottom corner.

  19. SCORES!

    Worcester City 10-9 Scunthorpe United - Sean Geddes

    Power down the middle. Foot through it.

  20. Post update

    We go round again!

  21. SCORES!

    Worcester City 9-9 Scunthorpe United - Sam Slocombe

    Slocombe puts it in the bottom corner.

  22. SCORES!

    Worcester City 9-8 Scunthorpe United - Nathan Vaughan

    The goalkeeper scores. Not convincing, but in the net.

  23. Post update

    Goalkeepers taking them now!

  24. SCORES!

    Worcester City 8-8 Scunthorpe United - Alex Davey

    Vaughan goes the wrong way. Next up is the goalkeepers.

  25. SCORES!

    Worcester City 8-7 Scunthorpe United - Graham Hutchison

    The goalkeeper does not move, Hutchison sends it to his right.

  26. SCORES!

    Worcester City 7-7 Scunthorpe United - Andrew Boyce

    Boyce keeps his cool. A centre-half, with a striker's finish. Above Vaughan into the net.

  27. SCORES!

    Worcester City 7-6 Scunthorpe United - Tristian Dunkley

    Into the roof of the net, straight down the middle.

  28. SCORES!

    Worcester City 6-6 Scunthorpe United - Neal Bishop

    It sneaks in. Vaughan gets a hand to it, but can't keep the ball out.

  29. SCORES!

    Worcester City 6-5 Scunthorpe United - George Williams

    Down the middle but Sam Slocombe dived out of the way. Scunthorpe need to score.

  30. SAVED!

    Worcester City 5-5 Scunthorpe United - Matt Sparrow

    Matt Sparrow wastes the chance. Low, weak, poor and pushed away by Nathan Vaughan.

  31. OVER!

    Worcester City 5-5 Scunthorpe United - Danny Jackman

    A short run-up and it is a horrible penalty. It goes miles over. Scunthorpe through if they score the next.

  32. GOAL

    Worcester City 5-5 Scunthorpe United - Hakeeb Adelakun

    We continue. Blasted into the top corner.

  33. SCORES!

    Worcester City 5-4 Scunthorpe United - Daniel Nti

    He holds his nerve. Powerful into the top corner, the goalkeeper had no chance.

  34. Post update

    Sudden death!

  35. SAVED!

    Worcester City 4-4 Scunthorpe United - Miguel Llera

    Down the middle, Nathan Vaughan dived to his left, but flung up a strong hand to push it away.

  36. SCORES!

    Worcester City 4-4 Scunthorpe United - Wayne Thomas

    We thought he would blast it. Thomas opts for a soft side-footed finish into the bottom left corner.

  37. SCORES!

    Worcester City 3-4 Scunthorpe United - Lyle Taylor

    Another perfect penalty. Powerful into the top right corner.

  38. SCORES!

    Worcester City 3-3 Scunthorpe United - Tyler Weir

    The goalkeeper goes the right way, but Weir's penalty goes above him into the net.

  39. SCORES!

    Worcester City 2-3 Scunthorpe United - Terry Hawkridge

    Perfect penalty into the bottom corner.

  40. SCORES!

    Worcester City 2-2 Scunthorpe United - Ellis Deeney

    Confident from the skipper into the top right corner.

  41. SCORES!

    Worcester City 1-2 Scunthorpe United - Marcus Williams

    Short run-up, placed in the bottom left corner. Goalkeeper went the wrong way.

  42. SAVED!

    Worcester City 1-1 Scunthorpe United - Nick Wright

    Sam Slocombe dives to his right to push the ball wide.

  43. SCORES!

    Worcester City 1-1 Scunthorpe United - Paddy Madden

    Straight down the middle. Hit as hard as possible. Goal.

  44. SCORES!

    Worcester City 1-0 Scunthorpe United - Sean Geddes

    Perfect from Geddes. Top corner. Goalkeeper no chance.

  45. Post update

    Worcester City 1-1 Scunthorpe United

    Here we go then, penalties. I'll reset the score to 0-0 for penalties...

  46. Post update

    Worcester City 1-1 Scunthorpe United

    A lengthy wait for spot-kicks at Aggborough thanks to an extended advert break. The pressure on whoever's going first will be growing by the second.

  47. Post update

    Worcester City 1-1 Scunthorpe United

    Ged Scott

    BBC Sport at Aggborough

    "The stadium announcer at Aggborough resorts to a Captain Mainwaring-style put down when a fan, clad only in a pair of red shorts enters the playing arena and holds up the game in the second period of extra time. 'Get off the pitch, you silly little boy' he proclaims."

  48. Player reaction

    Tottenham 4-0 Newcastle

    Tottenham midfielder Benjamin Stambouli: "I think it was a perfect performance. We were focused on our opponents, we had that willingness to score and it came naturally.

    "It is never easy even if you are winning 2-0, but we focused on our defending and then our attackers took their chances.

    "All the club and all the fans are very happy. We will do our best to win this trophy."


    Worcester City 1-1 Scunthorpe United

    We go to a shootout! The winners will face either Chesterfield or MK Dons in round three.

  50. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    George Frith: Get off Pardew's back. No Janmaat, Taylor, Santon, Krul, Tiote, Cisse, Taylor. Not to mention De Jong and Aarons.

    Graham Hill: Nice for Liverpool to go into the semis as underdogs. It worked in the quarters!

    Shaun Davis: Come on Worcester and Scunthorpe, give the public what they deserve - penalties!

  51. Post update

    Worcester City 1-1 Scunthorpe United

    Worcester star man Sean Geddes has got an injury. Can he take a penalty? That's all that matters now.

  52. Manager reaction

    Bournemouth 1-3 Liverpool

    BBC Radio 5 live

    More from Brendan Rodgers: "Raheem Sterling was brilliant. I played him as a striker, but you get different types of striker. He's more of an Alexis Sanchez when he plays as a striker - he's not going to pin the defender. He plays in the spaces and he's got the speed to get in behind. A couple of great finishes and I'm very pleased for him."

  53. Post update

    Worcester City 1-1 Scunthorpe United

    A man runs on to the pitch in his pants. Not a decision to look back on fondly in years to come.

    Two minutes from pens...

  54. Post update

    Worcester City 1-1 Scunthorpe United

    Final five minutes. Are we on for a shootout?

  55. Post update

    Can Liverpool kick on? Are they a very, very good side?

  56. Manager reaction

    Bournemouth 1-3 Liverpool

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers on the 5 live Football Social: "It was an excellent performance. I thought at Old Trafford at the weekend, while I wasn't happy with the result, I was happy with our performance and I think we carried that on this evening. Brilliant by the players, who showed a real calmness and patience with the ball. For 70-80% of the game we controlled it. Overall, it was a great victory for us.

    "I think we had control of the game, but when you show patience, movement and technique as we did tonight then we are a very, very good side. Very good goals, and we could have had a couple of others - we created a few chances tonight.

    "But credit too to Bournemouth, and Eddie Howe is a fantastic manager. Hopefully they'll go on and get promoted from the Championship.

    "But from us it was a team performance. It has taken us a wee while to get going this season, but hopefully we can kick on from that. I'm pleased with the performance - we came here and we knew it was going to be a tough game.

    "I'm very proud of the players and their character. We just need to keep this momentum going and push on. The objective tonight was to get through."

  57. CLOSE!

    Worcester City 1-1 Scunthorpe United

    It's all Scunthorpe. Left-back Marcus Williams beats a man with a tricky nutmeg but then blazes the ball into the side-netting when he had men available inside. Into the last 10 minutes.

  58. CLOSE!

    Worcester City 1-1 Scunthorpe United

    Scunthorpe so close to a winner! Football League stalwarts Matt Sparrow and Miguel Llera combine for the defender to power a header inches wide of the far post!

  59. Manager reaction

    Tottenham 4-0 Newcastle

    Alan Pardew looks on

    Newcastle boss Alan Pardew: "Our back four was not quite as solid as it has looked, but if there was ever that cliche that 'goals win game' then this is it.

    "Actually I thought it was pretty even up to Jak Alnwick making a mistake. Our performance level was pretty good but the score is what it is. That's unfortunate for the players who put a shift in."

  60. Club World Cup

    San Lorenzo's players celebrate

    Real Madrid will face San Lorenzo in the final of the Club World Cup after the Argentine side beat Auckland 2-1 in extra-time.

  61. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    League Cup draw

    George Fisher: Liverpool might as well face Chelsea. If we can't beat the best teams, we don't deserve to win the cup anyway. Bring it on.

    Warren: Spurs in the final for Chelsea. See you there.

    Tom Miszkowski: Thinking the two finalists won't have far to travel. It'll be a London derby.

  62. Post update

    Tottenham 4-0 Newcastle

    Some early motivation for the League One side as there was a huge cheer from Spurs' dressing room when they knew they'd face Sheffield United in the Semi final.

  63. HALF-TIME in Extra time

    Worcester City 1-1 Scunthorpe United

    Fifteen minutes from penalties. Everyone loves a shootout - right?

  64. Cup draw reaction

    Tottenham 4-0 Newcastle

    Mauricio Pochettino reacts

    Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino on the semi-final draw: "We have respect for Sheffield United - it is never easy. Yesterday they played very well and deserve to be in semi-final. We expect a tough game."

  65. Post update

    League Cup draw

    Alan Green

    commentator at Dean Court for 5 live Sport

    "There were signs tonight, as there were signs on Sunday, of improvement from Liverpool. They will have to play a lot better if they're to match Chelsea, but arguably Chelsea's form has dropped just a fraction. And Chelsea's priorities are really the Premier League and the Champions League. But at the moment they are the best team in the country."

  66. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    League Cup draw

    Michael: So, Chelsea versus Tottenham or Sheffield in the final then.

    Neeks: Sheffield United for Spurs? I'll take that!

    Sanj: Goodnight Liverpool. Spurs are going to Wembley!

  67. Manager reaction

    Bournemouth 1-3 Liverpool

    Brendan Rodgers

    Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers speaking to Sky Sports: "It didn't matter who we got in the draw, it was just important to get there - to win this competition you have to win games against big sides.

    "I thought it was a brilliant performance from us tonight, it was always going to be a difficult job, but we controlled the game and pressed at the right times and created chances. We thoroughly deserved it.

    "Raheem Sterling has got some stick recently which I find extraordinary. He is a kid of 19 and 20 he has been outstanding for us. He may not have scored the goals that some people expect, but I expect him to score goals and provide assists over the course of the season.

    "His best position is on the left but he can play across the line and has the qualities to play in a central role, as he has for our youth teams."

  68. Post update

    League Cup draw

    Tony Pulis

    Former Stoke manager at Dean Court for 5 live Sport

    "If you're going to win the cup then you have to play and beat the best teams along the way. Sheffield United might fancy their chances against Tottenham, but the draw of the round is Liverpool v Chelsea.

    "Out of the three teams Nigel Clough would have wanted to face Tottenham. But Chelsea and Liverpool are two great clubs and it will be a wonderful tie."

  69. Post update

    Bournemouth 1-3 Liverpool

    Jose Mourinho's first trophy as Chelsea manager came in the League Cup, when they beat Liverpool in the final. A repeat on the cards next month.

  70. Manager reaction

    Bournemouth 1-3 Liverpool

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe: "It was frustrating for us. We were not at our best in the first half after an electric start. Liverpool kept the ball well and showed their qualities. But we showed our quality in the second half and that was the pleasing thing.

    "A mark of our character and the players we have was that we kept going. We put Liverpool under pressure in the second half and on a different night we'd have scored more goals."

    "The aim is to try and get into the Premier League and we'll wait to see if we're good enough to make it."

  71. CLOSE!

    Worcester City 1-1 Scunthorpe United

    Worcester go close to a second goal as George Williams cuts in form the right and flashes a shot into the side-netting.

  72. Post update

    Worcester City 1-1 Scunthorpe United

    Ged Scott

    BBC Sport at Aggborough

    "Extra time at Aggborough - and already something to take from the evening for Worcester City. They have now gone 90 minutes with League One opposition three times in this Cup run - and not been beaten!"

  73. Post update

    Brendan Rodgers and Jose Mourinho

    Not the draw Brendan Rodgers will have wanted then, Liverpool face Chelsea!

    The first leg will be played in the week of January 19, with the second leg a week later.


    Liverpool v Chelsea

    Tottenham v Sheffield United


    A reminder of the last four:Chelsea

    Sheffield United



  76. Post update

    Bournemouth 1-3 Liverpool

    Tony Pulis

    Former Stoke manager at Dean Court for 5 live Sport

    Brendan Rodgers looks on

    "Brendan Rodgers wants his side to be a passing team that will create a lot of opportunities. But you have to be solid all over the pitch. They are fantastic going forward, or were last season, but are poor defensively.

    "You've got to improve where you're weak. If you're going to win leagues and trophies you have to be tight at the back. And Liverpool have not improved as well as they could have."

  77. KICK-OFF

    Worcester City 1-1 Scunthorpe United

    Back under way at Kidderminster. Can we get a winner or is it penalties all the way?

  78. The League Cup Show

    Missed tonight's action because you've been embroiled in Christmas shopping? Luckily you can catch up with The League Cup Show.

    The programme will be live on BBC One (23:10-23:55 GMT), BBC One Scotland (00:40-01:25 GMT)), BBC One Wales (23:55-00:40 GMT) and BBC One NI (23:10-23:55 GMT).


    The League Cup semi-finals are two-legged affairs remember. We shall find out who plays who very shortly indeed.

    In the FA Cup, it's extra-time for Worcester and Scunthorpe.

  80. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Tottenham 4-0 Newcastle

    Demola Adebiyi: Where is Newcastle that beat Chelsea?

    Tom Macdonald: This is what annoys me with Pardew. He puts a great run of form together then two poor defeats conceding eight goals. So inconsistent.

    Tony Munky: Pardew out?

  81. EXTRA TIME - FA Cup latest

    Worcester City 1-1 Scunthorpe United

    Thirty minutes more fun and games at Aggborough to come. Judging by Daniel Nti's injury-time shot, which goes 25 yards wide for Worcester, the players are a bit tired.

    But it has been a tremendous effort from the largely part-time players of Worcester City, who play in the sixth tier of English football, against a side three divisions above them.

  82. Post update

    Bournemouth 1-3 Liverpool

    Liverpool forward Raheem Sterling trots out the usual 'it's nice to score but the important thing is that the team got the win' line.

    Adam Lallana says that 'Raheem's goals were always going to come.'

  83. Post update

    Bournemouth 1-3 Liverpool

    Tony Pulis

    Former Stoke manager at Dean Court for 5 live Sport

    Brendan Rodgers applauds

    "Liverpool played well, but they really needed the result. This will take a lot of pressure off a lot of people in and around this football club."

  84. Post update

    Bournemouth 1-3 Liverpool

    Former Bournemouth youngster Adam Lallana has a good catch up with Brett Pitman in the centre-circle. Lallana played very well tonight.

  85. Post update

    Football Social

    BBC Radio 5 live

    The 5 live Football Social takes place straight after final whistles around the grounds. What do you make on tonight's action? Have Liverpool turned the corner? Just how impressive have Spurs been? Are Newcastle in danger of slumping in form?

    Get in touch with the programme - call 0500 909 693 (UK only), text 85058 (UK only) or use @bbc5live on social media.


    Bournemouth 1-3 Liverpool


    Tottenham 4-0 Newcastle

    Harry Kane

    Job emphatically done for Spurs. Alan Pardew's trip to the funfair has ended with him being sick on the waltzers.

  88. Post update

    Don't forget that the semi-final draw is coming up after this game. Looks like it will be:


    Sheffield United



  89. FA Cup latest

    Worcester City 1-1 Scunthorpe United

    Sean Geddes

    Four minutes left of normal time in the FA Cup second-round replay between Worcester City and Scunthorpe United.

    You can watch both of the goals from the game by clicking on the 'highlights' tab at the top of this page.


    Bournemouth 1-3 Liverpool

    A rare sight of Fabio Borini in a Liverpool shirt as he replaces Steven Gerrard for stoppage time. Gerrard is roundly applauded by the home crowd too.

  91. Text us on 81111

    Tottenham 4-0 Newcastle

    Niall, London: I'm sure Mike Williamson is a lovely guy but I've said for some time he is not Premier League standard. Whenever he plays our form drops, he scares the life out of me every time he touches the ball. I don't think he imposes himself on a game like any remotely decent centre-half would. I fear for us in the derby if he is playing. Saying that, given the last two games the whole team isn't filling me with any confidence.

  92. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Bizzo Bond: I've never seen a team with 10+ new signings play well in the first half of the season. Give it time, it'll come.

    Eoghan: Liverpool go to back five for last 10 - if Chelsea do it, tactical genuis. Liverpool do it, it's pathetic.

    Andy Butler: I would love to see Bournemouth in the Premier League next year. They play some lovely football.

  93. Post update

    Bournemouth 1-3 Liverpool

    What an effort that is from the semi-pros in Auckland. Top stuff.

    In Bournemouth, Lazar Markovic shows why he isn't a defender by trade, gifting possession with an unnecessary backheel.

  94. Club World Cup latest

    San Lorenzo 1-1 Auckland City (extra-time being played)

    An extra 30 minutes are being played in Morocco as it finished 1-1 after 90 minutes in the Club World Cup semi-final between San Lorenzo of Argentina and Auckland City of New Zealand.

    Real Madrid players have their feet up (probably) waiting to find out who they will play in the final on Saturday.

    Auckland City

    Auckland's players celebrated their equaliser with a good, old fashioned Sunday League bundle (pictured).

  95. Post update

    Bournemouth 1-3 Liverpool

    Tony Pulis

    Former Stoke manager at Dean Court for 5 live Sport

    Callum Wilson runs for the ball

    "Bournemouth had a really good spell this half for 10 minutes and they needed to score. And they did craft the opportunities, They just didn't fall for them."

  96. Post update


    And now for an appropriately festive moment... Man City striker Sergio Aguero's Christmas tree has been erected:

    Aguero's Christmas tree

    I've not done mine yet Sergio. You're making me look bad...

  97. Post update

    Bournemouth 1-3 Liverpool

    Into the last seven minutes. All good for Brendan Rodgers.


    Worcester City 1-1 Scunthorpe United

    Worcester City are so close to taking the lead. More excellent hold-up play from Daniel Nti before he sets up Jordan Murphy, whose powerful 25-yard shot takes a slight deflection but is heading towards the top corner.

    But Scunthorpe goalkeeper Sam Slocombe gets his fingertips to the ball the push the effort wide.

  99. Post update

    Bournemouth 1-3 Liverpool

    Bournemouth will look back on those two first-half chances that they wasted and wonder what may have been. Between the two penalty areas the sides have looked pretty even. But one side has finished their chances well, one hasn't.

    The Cherries throw on Brett Pitman up front.

  100. Post update

    Worcester City 1-1 Scunthorpe United

    Ged Scott

    BBC Sport at Molineux

    "Different mood at Aggborough all of a sudden. Just as in the first game at Glanford Park, City have come from a goal down at half time to equalise - and this time it is Sean Geddes, hero of the first round win at Coventry City. The place is bouncing again now!"

  101. Post update

    Bournemouth 1-3 Liverpool

    Liverpool are aiming to keep it tight now, going into a back five for the final 15 minutes.

  102. Post update

    Tottenham 4-0 Newcastle

    Roberto Soldado is in for number five! But he takes a poor touch, forcing him to turn back on the ball and his shot is blocked. Take that first-time and he scores.

  103. Post update

    Tottenham 4-0 Newcastle

    Newcastle play deadly rivals Sunderland at the weekend. Not the best week so far - they've shipped eight goals in north London already...

  104. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Bournemouth 1-3 Liverpool

    Steven Jerjian: It's not been the best of weeks in north London for Newcastle...

    Sam Olden: This is more like it from Spurs! If only we could be consistent.

    Jason Birnie: Liverpool are beating Bournemouth not Barcelona. About time people realise last season was a fluke - they are a mid-table club.


    Bournemouth 1-3 Liverpool

    Liverpool add some steel in the middle as Emre Can replaces the skilful Philippe Coutinho. Lock it up.

  106. Post update

    Bournemouth 1-3 Liverpool

    BBC Sport's Nabil Hassan at Dean Court

    "My word Bournemouth are giving this a real good go. Liverpool preparing to make changes with their supporters now very, very quiet. Wonderful cup tie."

  107. Post update

    Tottenham 4-0 Newcastle

    Jermaine Jenas

    Former England midfielder at White Hart Lane for 5 live sports extra

    "I was a little worried at one point, when I thought Roberto Soldado might have missed his opportunity. But he showed composure. And that's perfect for Mauricio Pochettino, exactly what he needs - both his strikers scoring goals."

  108. FA Cup latest

    Worcester City 1-1 Scunthorpe United - Sean Geddes (69 mins)

    The home fans go crazy. And they have got easy reason to do so. Connor Gater starts the move with a backheel to Sean Geddes.

    He plays a one-two with Daniel Nti, who has his back to a defender but does well to hold the ball up and knock it back to Geddes, who has run into space in the penalty area. Geddes scored twice against Coventry in the last round and he collects the ball and shoots past Sam Slocombe.

    The Conference North side were behind in the first match, before fighting back. They have done so again.

  109. Post update

    Bournemouth 1-3 Liverpool

    Still 20 minutes left at Dean Court. Get one back and Bournemouth will scent a remarkable recovery. Liverpool look shaky every time you pressure them.

  110. Post update

    Bournemouth 1-3 Liverpool

    Tony Pulis

    Former Stoke manager at Dean Court for 5 live Sport

    "I keep saying it - Liverpool look very, very good going forward but they're still very frail at the back. Bournemouth just need an end product and they'd have another goal."


    Bournemouth 1-3 Liverpool

    So close! We are set for a cracking finish here. Dan Gosling shoots from the edge of the box, leans back and smacks it against the post. So unlucky. The follow -up squeaks across the face of goal.

  112. GOAL

    Tottenham 4-0 Newcastle - Roberto Soldado (70 mins)

    Roberto Soldado scores

    "Wem-ber-lee, Wem-ber-lee!" That's what the Tottenham fans are singing at a noisy White Hart Lane now. And Roberto Soldado is even crashing the goalscoring party. The Spaniard pounces on a loose save from young Newcastle keeper Jak Alnwick to stroke in the fourth. Are Spurs going to fill their boots now?

  113. Text us on 81111

    Bournemouth 1-3 Liverpool

    Paul, Histon (Cambs): Liverpool are going to need to bring a quality goalkeeper in during the January window. Mignolet and Jones both worryingly gaffe-prone.

    Andrew, Richhill: Liverpool should have been much wiser when re-investing their £100 million in the summer. A top-class goalkeeper and two forwards were needed. Lloris, Alexis Sanchez and Bony were the men Liverpool needed to go out and get.


    Tottenham 3-0 Newcastle

    No hat-trick for Harry Kane tonight - he's replaced by Roberto Soldado. What a performance again from the big man.

  115. CLOSE!

    Bournemouth 1-3 Liverpool

    Raheem Sterling! Should have been a hat-trick! Terrible finish from the forward after a delightful flick from Adam Lallana teed him up, whole goal to aim at, does the keeper with the eyes but drags a shot wide. Six yards out. GOT to hit the target.

  116. Post update

    Bournemouth 1-3 Liverpool

    Tony Pulis

    Former Stoke manager at Dean Court for 5 live Sport

    "That could have been a penalty to Bournemouth, then the header to the far post was so nearly a goal. That's two incidents in two minutes that should give Bournemouth hope that they can get back into this game."

  117. CLOSE!

    Bournemouth 1-3 Liverpool

    Bournemouth have a decent penalty shout as Mamadou Sakho clashes with Callum Wilson, play is waved on and after Brad Jones dithers on the line, Ryan Fraser heads back across goal - just wide. That was more clumsy goalkeeping, and almost a route back into the tie for the Cherrries.

    Still 25 minutes to go. All sorts of time.

  118. FA Cup latest

    Worcester City 0-1 Scunthorpe United

    Did you know Sean Geddis's day job sees him working in a factory making parts for Lewis Hamilton's Formula 1 car?

    Geddis was Worcester City's hero in the last round with two goals against Coventry, and he nearly grabs an equaliser for the non-league team but his low drive is safely held by Sam Slocombe.

    It is a confidence-boosting moment for the Scunthorpe goalkeeper after he had earlier fumbled Jordan Murphy's low shot after the striker had ran with the ball from inside his own half. But, luckily for the visitors, a defender got to the loose ball before Murphy could do. Scunthorpe still 1-0 ahead with 30 minutes left.

  119. Post update

    Bournemouth 1-3 Liverpool

    BBC Sport's Nabil Hassan at Dean Court

    "Now then. There is life in this tie yet thanks to some nifty footwork and a neat finish from Dan Gosling. Just over 30 minutes to play here at Dean Court - which has livened up significantly. One more would make things very, very interesting."

  120. GOAL

    Tottenham 3-0 Newcastle - Harry Kane

    Harry Kane celebrates

    This boy knows where the net is! Harry Kane continues to grab the headlines and it's a cracking old-fashioned centre-forward's goal. He never looks like he has the ball totally under control but gets away from Mike Willamson and scuffs the ball back across goal to find the net. How good is Harry Kane? He keeps on scoring...

  121. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Nathan Coleclough: Well at least Jones didn't dive the wrong way this time... Still a terrible goalkeeping error!

    Andy Butler: Ironically Mignolet, the shot stopper, would probably have saved that one. Dreading us doing a Palace...!

    Edward Herbert: Stambouli is very much the unsung hero for Spurs tonight. Fantastic player.

  122. Post update

    Bournemouth 1-3 Liverpool

    Bournemouth yet to test Brad Jones since that soft goal. Get the ball in the box? It's not their style. The days of man mountain Steve Fletcher are long gone at Dean Court.

  123. Text us on 81111

    Tottenham 2-0 Newcastle

    Aidan, Belfast: I am feeling optimistic for Spurs' success this season. We have not set the world on fire but are in a semi, just about to get into top four and into European knockouts. Not bad considering our poor play.

  124. CLOSE!

    Tottenham 2-0 Newcastle

    End-to-end stuff at White Hart Lane. This time it is the hosts who go close, as Christian Eriksen shapes up to shoot from 30 yards. The Dane's shot dips and swerves in front of Newcastle keeper Jak Alnwick, who does well to beat out the ball.

    Two more home chances arrive quickly. Newcastle defender Paul Dummett sliding to clear a teasing cross over his bar, before Jan Vertonghen's header is cleared off the line by Massadio Haidara.

  125. Club World Cup latest

    San Lorenzo 1-1 Auckland City

    New Zealand side Auckland City have equalised in the semi-finals of the Club World Cup against San Lorenzo from Argentina. There are 20 minutes remaining in Morocco.

    The leveller came from Spanish centre-half Angel Berlanga and the winners face Real Madrid in Saturday's final.

  126. Post update

    Bournemouth 1-3 Liverpool

    Half an hour for Bournemouth to score twice. Will that goal, and the shoddy manner in which it was conceded, shake Liverpool?

  127. Post update

    Bournemouth 1-3 Liverpool

    Tony Pulis

    Former Stoke manager at Dean Court for 5 live Sport

    Brad Jones reacts

    "It looks at though the goalkeeper should do better there. But it's brilliant for Bournemouth and brilliant for the game. It keeps this alive. When was Liverpool's last clean sheet?"

  128. GOAL

    Bournemouth 1-3 Liverpool - Dan Gosling (57 mins)

    Dan Gosling shoots and scores

    Brad Jones! Terrible from the Liverpool stand-in keeper as he somehow lets Dan Gosling's shot go through him. Drilled in left-footed from 12 yards, should be easily held. A big moment for the ex-Everton midfielder, but that was more rank goalkeeping in a Liverpool shirt. Come back Pepe Reina...

  129. Post update

    Bournemouth 0-3 Liverpool

    BBC Sport's Nabil Hassan at Dean Court

    "That second goal from Raheem Sterling has surely finished this tie off and it could now be about damage limitation for Eddie Howe's men. Bournemouth have not been able to cope with Liverpool speed and movement tonight - a masterclass from the Reds."

  130. Text us on 81111

    Bournemouth 0-3 Liverpool

    Phil, Liverpool: Pre-game people talking up chances of an upset, now everyone talking down the opposition. Haters gonna hate (Rodgers and Reds).

    Simon, Shropshire: Same old story when LFC struggle everybody shouts to sack the manager. When he does his job and starts to turn it round you get on his back for that. Come on red men get behind the team and prove the doubters wrong.

    Jonny, Nottingham: What's with all the criticism of Bournemouth? You can only beat what's in front of you and Bournemouth are a good team.

  131. WHAT A MISS!

    Tottenham 2-0 Newcastle

    How has that stayed out! Newcastle nearly back in the game as Ayoze Perez weaves into the box from out on the right, he looks up and drills the ball across goal but Remy Cabella somehow side-foots wide from what, four yards out? He had an open goal!

  132. Post update

    Bournemouth 0-3 Liverpool

    Alan Green

    commentator at Dean Court for 5 live Sport