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Summary

  1. 2-0 to 2-4: Bradford knock out Chelsea
  2. Man City beaten 2-0 by Middlesbrough
  3. Tottenham lose at home to Leicester
  4. Fulham take 10-man Sunderland to replay
  5. Watch best moments via highlights tab

Live Reporting

By Gary Rose, Tom Rostance and Mandeep Sanghera

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    What a day. That last 10 minutes of the 15:00 GMT kick-offs will live long in the memory.

    The FA Cup has still got it. See you all tomorrow for some more.

  2. Manager reaction

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Brendan Rodgers

    Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers, speaking to Match of the Day: "It was a really good game. I enjoyed it, a great atmosphere and a credit to both teams, I thought we were excellent. We did everything but score. I am really proud of the team. We kept knocking on the door, their keeper made some great saves.

    "We are still in the competition which is important. There are games which if you are of lesser character you might lose. This is a very prestigious competition, we want to do well in it.

    "There is no team in this country who is an easy game. You saw results today where teams go out. People looked at this and maybe thought Bolton could win but we defended well and created opportunities.

    "I can't complain, our confidence and positioning was very good, we got into good spaces but that final touch was not there."

  3. Euro latest

    In Spain it's Atletico Madrid 2-1 Rayo Vallecano at half-time.

    If you want to keep up with the Liga latest - this is the page you need.

  4. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Brendan Rodgers says he "really enjoyed the game" and praises both sides. Ever the optimist.

  5. Manager reaction

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Neil Lennon

    Bolton manager Neil Lennon, speaking to BT Sport: "I am very proud. This team gave everything - for themselves and for the club. They were under immense pressure because of the form Liverpool were in. You know Liverpool will dominate play but we are down to the bare bones so I am happy.

    "It reminded me of my time at Celtic against Barcelona, you need your goalkeeper to be on their game and to defend well and be disciplined at times.

    "It is a great day for the club, the most important thing is we are still in the cup. It will be wonderful [in the replay] there is the money we get and it will be under lights, what is not to like?"

  6. Player reaction

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Bolton goalkeeper Adam Bogdan told BT Sport: "We thought we would have to defend. They like to have a lot of possession but all credit to the lads.

    "Everybody put a shift in and managed to get away with a clean sheet.

    "We probably did not have enough energy at the end to finish off our attacks. But we had some decent chances and it was a really good performance."

  7. Manager reaction

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Neil Lennon told BT Sport: "It's a great result for us and the chairman is very happy to be going back to the Macron.

    "In games like this, away from home against top opposition, you need your goalkeeper to play well.

    "We are blessed to have two very good goalkeepers and Adam Bogdan showed his quality today. They all did. I thought it was heroic at times and it needed to be."

  8. Post update

    Here are tonight's headlines:

  9. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Simon, York: Unsurprising Liverpool couldn't break Bolton down when they have Dean Moxey, a man whose name literally means the Headmaster of Grit

    Alistair Lowe: The lack of a reliable striker is exposed again. Liverpool were below average and Bolton tireless. Deserved replay.

    Rishi Verma: Well played Bolton! A terrific result. As good as if not better than Cambridge United's draw. Neil Lennon working wonders.

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  10. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    There are already two men mowing the pitch at Anfield. Surely that could wait until the morning?

  11. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    The Bolton fans - most of whom are going home on a free bus thanks to Bolton - will be happy tonight. Emile to score in the replay?

  12. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Sean Proctor: Will there be a televised cup goal this weekend?

    Jackknife: Two poor decisions from the referee today but a great, organised Bolton were fantastic.

    Woods: After today's results I will take a replay!

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  13. Vintage Barry Davies alert

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Liverpool

    Liverpool have drawn 0-0 in an FA Cup home game for the first time since February 1991 (vs Everton).

    And what happened in the replay? Only an absolute stonewall classic, 4-4 at Goodison.

    Here it is. Revel in the marvellous comms.

  14. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Jimmy Armfield

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "Liverpool had enough of the ball to win it, but that they didn't is down to Bolton's energy, persistence and the goalkeeper Bogdan, who made four or five brilliant saves. Liverpool showed they were short of a target man if anything today, but Neil Lennon has done well with Bolton.

    "Gudjohnsen had a couple of chances, but that apart it was all about their defence and their persistence - they just held on."

  15. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    So no major FA Cup fireworks in the night's late game as Neil Lennon applauds the Kop. We will have a replay - reschedule your diaries.

  16. FULL-TIME

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Lucas has a shot blocked away - and that's full-time. We go again.

  17. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Jordan Henderson OVER THE BAR and that should be that.

  18. CLOSE!

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    That was it! That was the chance! For once David Wheater doesn't win a header, Fabio Borini does and drifts the chance past the post from 10 yards out. Massive chance.

  19. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Into the final minute, another header clear from David Wheater. Textbook.

  20. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Jimmy Armfield

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "That was one of the best moves Liverpool have had, and when the ball came over I thought this would be it, but Lallana just had to stretch backwards to get to it."

  21. CLOSE!

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Big chance! Yet again Raheem Sterling and Philippe Coutinho are able to pull the Bolton back five apart, Coutinho gets clear and crosses back in, Adam Lallana is free but can only head on to the roof of the net.

  22. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    This is hours on the training pitch coming to fruition for Bolton. A very organised back five now are winning every header and shutting every man in a red shirt down. Three minutes to hang on.

  23. YELLOW CARD

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Darren Pratley is booked after sliding in on Glen Johnson, conceding a free-kick in a dangerous area. The free-kick is nodded out to Philippe Coutinho, who tops his shot, loads of spin but no power and Adam Bogdan saves.

    Liverpool do win a corner seconds later though.

  24. SUBSTITUTION

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Final change for Bolton as big Dave Wheater comes on. Get in the box and win headers.

    We have seven minutes of normal time remaining.

  25. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Jimmy Armfield

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "There was nothing there, Henderson as the only one to appeal, he got a nudge but there was nothing really there. When he comes from midfield, he's a real threat.

    "Markovic has given them more ideas and a bit more pace on the left."

  26. PENALTY APPEAL

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Bolton sub Conor Wilkinson keeps Mamadou Sakho on his toes, chasing all over the pitch to put the back three under pressure and keep the ball. Liverpool then do work the ball downfield and Jordan Henderson goes down - he wants a penalty - no dice!

  27. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Jay Spearing's first real involvement is to put in a dangerous corner but Simon Mignolet does well to come and punch away. Bolton probably don't want to let the game get too stretched.

  28. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Jimmy Armfield

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "Liverpool are carrying the threat, Coutinho has a little bit of zip and pace, but you would think they would be able to open something up here."

  29. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    We are into the last 15 minutes. Are Bolton about to book a replay at the Macron?

  30. SUBSTITUTION

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Jay Spearing - who started the 2012 FA Cup final for Liverpool - comes on for Bolton. He replaces skipper Matt Mills, who has already done well to avoid a second booking. Sensible from Neil Lennon.

  31. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Jimmy Armfield

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "Lallana is trying to get in the game a bit more, dropping deep to look for the ball and give Bolton an extra problem. I'm not sure Sterling will stay out wide but in Borini they have more of a target man."

  32. GREAT SAVE!

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    That is top class goalkeeping! Liverpool break, they are three on three and they do everything right. Philippe Coutinho runs at them, waits before sliding a pass left into the run of Fabio Borini. He hits his shot really well - but Adam Bogdan is equal to it. Full stretch, tipped away. Brilliant.

  33. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Last 20 minutes. Right then, let's be having you. Goals, goals, goals please.

  34. Text us on 81111

    Gavin, London: Just woke up for my night shift and checked the FA Cup results. Apparently I not only inverted my sleep pattern but the space time continuum...

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  35. SUBSTITUTION

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Two more changes for Liverpool as Lucas and Fabio Borini come on in place of Joe Allen and Javier Manquillo. Borini likes a goal in the cups doesn't he?

  36. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Bolton's Darren Pratley and Liverpool's Javier Manquillo

    It's been an excellent little spell for Bolton. Approaching the final 20 minutes, are we close to a break in the deadlock?

  37. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Jimmy Armfield

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "A real chance, but he was lazy at it, he never body shaped himself to manoeuvre the ball around."

  38. CLOSE!

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    This is great stuff from Bolton now as they work another opening. Great one-two between Dean Moxey and Josh Vela, nobody tracks Vela and he cuts it back for that man Eidur Gudjohnsen. It's slightly behind him, he leans back and fires into the Anfield Road End. Ten years ago and maybe that was goal time.

  39. European football

    Atletico Madrid v Rayo Vallecano

    Atletico Madrid striker Fernando Torres

    If you like your FA Cup live text with a dash of European action then why not head on over to our dedicated Euro footy commentary, which will bring you all the action from the Vicente Calderon, where Atletico Madrid are hosting Rayo Vallecano. This will be followed by David Moyes' Real Sociedad against Eibar.

  40. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Kuni Poonasamy: Would like to have seen Mario Balotelli included in the squad, not sure why he isn't. I think a recognized striker is needed now.

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  41. CLOSE!

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Is that Bolton's chance?Tim Ream helps the ball over from wide on the left, it runs past one man and right into the run of Eidur Gudjohnsen. The perfect man for the job - but the Iceman side-foots wide from 16 yards. He was under pressure, and he wants a corner, but he should really have hit the target.

  42. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Jimmy Armfield

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "He did very well, the first save was absolutely terrific but when the ball dropped it looked like a certain goal. That was an opportunity for Manquillo."

  43. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Steven Gerrard poses for a selfie at Anfield

    You're never too far from a selfie, even in the Anfield VIP box...

  44. CLOSE!

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Top save! Adam Bogdan to his left to push away a strike from Philippe Coutinho, Javier Manquillo then beats Dean Moxey to the loose change and should score - but slices his shot across goal.

    Brendan Rodgers was already celebrating...

  45. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Liverpool have a corner and Philippe Coutinho has a snatch at it, left-footed but well blocked by Darren Pratley.

    Bolton are just over half an hour away from forcing a replay.

  46. SUBSTITUTION

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Emile Heskey is replaced

    Emile Heskey comes off. He gets a great reception from the Kop too, that is nice to see. In his place comes Bolton youngster Conor Wilkinson.

  47. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Jimmy Armfield

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "That was a terrific save, and very important for Bolton."

  48. GREAT SAVE!

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Liverpool's best two players get on the ball as Philippe Coutinho gets a yard of space and finds Raheem Sterling tearing through the middle with a fine pass. Adam Bogdan decides to come off his line and times it perfectly, sweeping it away from the England forward's toes.

  49. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    A replay suggests that Matt Mills missed Lazar Markovic with his first leg, but caught him with his back leg. Bolton have got away with one there...

  50. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Jimmy Armfield

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "The referee is adjudging he was not tripped, and he was in a terrific position, no more than six or maybe seven paces away. Mills' back leg might have caught him as he went past, but whether it was intentional or not is hard to judge."

  51. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Liverpool have put Lazar Markovic out on the left wing in the second half but he's yet to see the ball. Can his pace make the difference?And here we go! His first touch sees him skip past Matt Mills, in on goal, and he goes down.

    Mills has already been booked - but referee Kevin Friend waves it away...

  52. Manager reaction

    Derby 2-0 Chesterfield

    Chesterfield manager Paul Cook: "It was always going to be a difficult game for a club from a lower tier but at the end of the day you can only look up and say, 'Did we do okay?' but as a manager I felt they did more than okay."

    Watch highlights from the game on our FA Cup page.

  53. Manager reaction

    Derby 2-0 Chesterfield

    Steve McClaren

    Derby boss Steve McClaren said: "We knew the game would be open and we were fortunate to go 1-0 up. At half-time we had to change and we tried a lot of things but I think we've learned a lot from that game.

    "We wanted to do this for quite a while and we took a risk in doing it and I'm just pleased that we came through the ups and downs of the game and we are in the hat."

    Watch highlights from the game on our FA Cup page.

  54. Post update

    Man City 0-2 Middlesbrough

    Former Wales international Robbie Savage

    Football Focus

    "To get back from Abu Dhabi the night before the game is shocking, I did warm weather breaks when at Blackburn but you always get back 72 hours before, minimum 48.

    "Why give people an excuse why they lost? 'Boro were outstanding, and while City would have had first class seats coming back, when you go seven hours away you don't feel great the next day."

    Robbie will be venting his spleen on 606 on 5live following the end of Liverpool v Bolton.

  55. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Mohd Siraj Abd Aziz: If Liverpool lose tonight then that would really be Black Saturday for the Premier League.

    Karl Cooper: Sat in Manchester airport stunned by these results today. Genuinely scared for Liverpool now. Hope we buck today's current trend!

    Mark Taylor: Is it just me or does anyone else think Neil Lennon is a bit scary?

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  56. Manager reaction

    Cardiff 1-2 Reading

    Cardiff manager Russell Slade: "I would have probably walked out myself if I'd been in the crowd for the second period. It was dire.

    "There's going to be ups and downs, but it's a bad day for us and it looks as if we've taken a step in the wrong direction.

    "I take all the responsibility for the players performing at that level. We were devoid of ideas and energy and it's probably the worst 45 minutes since I've been here."

  57. KICK-OFF

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Back under way at Anfield. Any more FA Cup drama left?

  58. SUBSTITUTION

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Liverpool bring on Lazar Markovic at half-time with Jose Enrique the man replaced.

  59. Manager reaction

    Cardiff 1-2 Reading

    Reading boss Steve Clarke: "Everyone will think it has opened up a little bit, especially with Man City and Chelsea going out.

    "But you can't get carried away. I'll just look forward to the draw and see who we get."

    Watch highlights of the game on our FA Cup page.

  60. Join the debate at #getcarriedaway

    Man City 0-2 Middlesbrough

    Middlesbrough fans celebrate

    There's definitely a fourth Middlesbrough fan in there somewhere...

    You can continue to send in your scenes of celebration, on what has been quite an exciting day in the FA Cup, using #getcarriedaway on Twitter.

  61. Catch up

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    The first chance to breathe and digest the day's stories.

    If you're just coming in, or just logging on while out and about, you've missed a brilliant afternoon of FA Cup football.

    Get onto the FA Cup index here for all of the stories, match reports and reaction.

    And click on the video page here for all of the goals and highlights.

  62. Manager reaction

    Birmingham 1-2 West Brom

    Birmingham manager Gary Rowett: "I was a little disappointed to go 2-0 down. I felt we conceded two sloppy goals. But the goal before half time gave us a bit more belief and in the second half we pinned in a good Premier League side.

    "We were the dominant team and their keeper has had to make three or four very good saves.

    "We have got to take great pride from that second-half performance. I am incredibly proud of the players and really pleased they gave the crowd a performance."

  63. Manager reaction

    Birmingham 1-2 West Brom

    West Brom manager Tony Pulis: "We played very well in the first half and I was really disappointed we conceded a goal in added time which gave them a lift.

    "Give them credit, in the second half they threw everything at us. We had to show some more resilience and we did that.

    "They put us under pressure but we defended very well. I was very pleased with the performance. It was a cracking cup tie and a throw-back to the old days. I really enjoyed it."

  64. Manager reaction

    Sunderland 0-0 Fulham

    Fulham boss Kit Symons: "It was a bit disappointing in the end but we came to a Premier League side and acquitted ourselves very well.

    "Our quality in the final third has been generally good but was lacking a little bit today. They are a top flight side with some excellent players though and you expect them to step up when they go down to 10 men."

  65. Manager reaction

    Sunderland 0-0 Fulham

    Sunderland boss Gus Poyet: "It was a poor game overall. The second half was better, there was more emotion and more pressing. The sending off changed the game but it is football, if you see the results in the FA Cup today it shows it means so much for teams.

    "We were better with 10 men than 11. The players know someone is missing so they give an extra bit, it is disappointing that they don't do that before but I think that is just human nature."

    Watch highlights from the game on our FA Cup page

  66. Post update

    Birmingham 1-2 West Brom

    West Bromwich Albion manager Tony Pulis on the future of striker Saido Berahino.

    Pulis said: "If someone comes in and offers crazy money you have to look at it. No player is not for sale."

  67. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Jimmy Armfield

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "Bolton started well, which was important from Neil Lennon's point of view, but I thought as the half progressed the pace of Lallana, Sterling and Coutinho would count but somehow Bolton always got a foot in. Bolton are still in this."

  68. "You complete me"

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Neil Lennon and Brendan Rodgers

    A caption competition if ever there was one. The friendliest pre-match greeting of the day?

  69. Get involved - lines are open

    606 phone-in

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Lines are open for this evening's 606, presented by Caroline Barker and Robbie Savage. Today's programme gets under way after Liverpool v Bolton, at 19:30 GMT.

    Call 0500 909 693, text 85058, or it's @bbc606 on Twitter.

  70. Manager reaction

    Preston 1-1 Sheff Utd

    Preston boss Simon Grayson: "It was a typical cup tie, end-to-end with both teams trying to win it. It does mean another game but both teams will be happy to be in the hat for the next round on Monday.

    "Winning matches breeds confidence. I think if you ask players, they will not mind playing Saturday-Tuesday."

  71. Manager reaction

    Preston 1-1 Sheff Utd

    Sheffield United boss Nigel Clough: "It is about building momentum. We believe success in all competitions goes hand-in-hand. We don't like losing, we fight and scrap and we deserved our goal today.

    "It is another midweek we have filled with the replay in the League Cup, we came here today, we did not want to get knocked out."

  72. HALF-TIME

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    The whistle goes, Neil Lennon actually looks furious and stays in his seat but he must be pleased. What's he angry about?

  73. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Jimmy Armfield

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Raheem Sterling of Liverpol

    "Bolton have been second best for the last 20 minutes in terms of possession, but defensively they have stood up well."

  74. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    This game is petering out toward the half-time whistle. Bolton manager Neil Lennon will be delighted with his side's showing.

  75. Manager reaction

    Southampton 2-3 Crystal Palace

    Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew: "The players have been phenomenal. I did have a chuckle this morning when I saw the think-tank in the paper when it said we had 0.02% chance to win the FA Cup, that's probably gone up a bit.

    "I thought both teams were great. There was some really good football played. We are disappointed with the goals we conceded but the third goal would have graced any pitch in the world.

    "Yayao Sanogo was good, Marouane Chamakh was better so it gives me a welcome selection headache."

  76. Text us on 81111

    Steve: As a Chelsea supporter of five decades and at the game today I have to congratulate Bradford City. I thought I'd seen the last of these type of shocks involving us but not the case. Good luck in the next round.

    Alex Royal: Who says that the FA cup has lost its spark?! Every single Middlesbrough player should be SO proud of themselves. Que sera sera!

    Kevin, Hornchurch: Great day for football and the supporters. Money not everything! Just amazing. Looking forward to Bradford v Blackburn final.

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  77. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Chelsea 2-4 Bradford City

    Bradford City tweet reading: "We've a sneaky feeling on how the Match of the Day running order might go tonight."

    News on that will be coming up after this game...

  78. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    In the history of sporting understatements, that is up there from Jimmy. Armfield himself could probably still keep up with both.

    All of the pace in the Bolton attack comes from Liam Feeney out on the right.

  79. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Jimmy Armfield

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Emile Heskey looks on

    "Bolton have not got a lot of pace up front with Heskey and Gudjohnsen, you wouldn't call either of them pacey."

  80. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Daniel Sturridge is up in the stands looking on. He had a loan spell at Bolton of course a few years back which kicked him on no end. How different might Liverpool's season have been had he stayed fit?

  81. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Jimmy Armfield

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "I thought Lallana was going to score but he took one turn to many. Then Johnson hit his shot well, but Bogdan held on to it."

  82. Player reaction

    Chelsea 2-4 Bradford City

    Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech, speaking to BBC Sport: "I thought once we went 2-0 up we had a big advantage but it was a tricky one because we actually scored from almost nothing and they had had chances before. We knew it would be difficult and as soon as they scored the equaliser we lost control of what we wanted to do. Today they were much more enthusiastic about the game.

    "It was a Black Saturday for the Premier League teams. Every year you can see this kind of result in the FA Cup. That is why I always say it is special. It is just unfortunate that today, for the first time, I was on the wrong side of this miracle. Credit to Bradford, they scored four great goals and deserved to go through."

  83. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    The game is really opening up. After Dean Moxey's screamer, Liverpool dial up the pressure. Raheem Sterling keeps the ball, he's only 15 yards out but you can't get it off him. Eventually he stands it up, Javier Manquillo heads it down and Adam Lallana can't force it over the line from four yards out. It comes back out and Glen Johnson sees his left-footed hit saved by Adam Bogdan.

  84. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Jimmy Armfield

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "When it started off it was heading for the goal, but he hit it with the outstep of the left foot and just faded away."

  85. CLOSE!

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    What a hit! That was almost another FA Cup great moment for the day! Bolton so close as Dean Moxey runs on to a dropping ball, takes the cover off it with a crisp left-footed half volley from 20 yards which flies past Simon Mignolet but two yards wide of the post!

  86. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Raheem Sterling conjured a goal out of nothing in midweek and he is almost at it again. Bolton leave a real high line, almost on the halfway line, and one pass sends Sterling running in on goal. Matt Mills does exceptionally well to stick with him, show him inside and eventually make the block. Top defending.

  87. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Eidue Gudjohnsen takes a whack to the back and at the age of 36 it leaves him in a heap. Ouch. Get the magic spray out.

  88. Manager reaction

    Tottenham 1-2 Leicester

    Leicester boss Nigel Pearson on the controversial first-half decision by referee Robert Madley to book Croatian striker Andrej Kramaric instead of awarding a penalty: "Those sorts of issues do need addressing. It is very easy for managers to forget about it, based on the result. But we certainly felt aggrieved that we didn't get a penalty - and on top of that Kramaric being booked was harsh. But it's another example of why don't we use technology - it wouldn't take long to clarify the situation.

    "We kept going and we needed to. Tottenham are a squad full of athletes. They are also very good technically and as a unit physically they are pretty impressive, so for us it was a game in which we had to compete on lots of different levels. In the first half when they had lots of possession we had to show a lot of courage to stick in there."

    Watch the highlights from the game right now on our FA Cup page.

  89. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Jimmy Armfield

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "Bolton have had a few corners, and they've varied them - driving them in low, or knocking one to the far side of the six yard box so they have obviously been working on them on the training pitch."

  90. Who's left in the FA Cup?

    Table

    It has been a weekend of upsets and giant-killings so far - Crystal Palace are the highest-ranked side definitely through to round five as it stands...

  91. Manager reaction

    Tottenham 1-2 Leicester

    Mauricio Pochettino

    Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino: "We made two mistakes at the end of the game and we paid by now being out of the FA Cup.

    "The game was always under our control. We scored in the first half and created chances to add to it. It is football. We can make a mistake but I am very disappointed because I think we expect to be through to the next round. So I'm not happy.

    "Now we need to focus on the next game against Sheffield United. In football you need to look forward. It is not easy playing so many games but on the day it was about us making a mistake and that cost us the game in the last seven minutes."

  92. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    A blow for the hosts as Philippe Coutinho is struggling. He clutched at his hamstring after playing a pass down the line four or five minutes ago and he's not happy about it.

    Eidur Gudjohnsen then weaves into the penalty area for Bolton, half thinks about going down under a clumsy challenge, but wins a corner instead which Darren Pratley heads over.

  93. Manager reaction

    Chelsea 2-4 Bradford City

    More from Bradford City manager Phil Parkinson: "I thought we defended terrifically. We were up against world class players today but we stood up to the task. We looked like we could create all afternoon, and when you feel that way on the touchline you know you always have a chance. The day we got to the League Cup final, that result at Villa Park, was a very special one. But today in terms of the performance, that has to be the best. To come to the Premier League leaders and score four goals will take some beating. Hopefully we can beat it one day but it's terrific.

    "After the game Jose Mourinho came into the dressing room and shook the hands of all the players and staff, he was very complimentary about the way we approached the game. When we get back tonight I am sure we will have a celebratory drink or two. I just want it to sink in slowly, to enjoy the moment."

  94. Manager reaction

    Chelsea 2-4 Bradford City

    Phil Parkinson

    Bradford City manager Phil Parkinson, speaking to BBC Sport: "In the the first 20 minutes we did OK but then we conceded the first goal and gifted them a second. The goal we got back before half-time gave us belief and in the second half we really took the game to them.

    "We are at our best when we do that, and the way the lads stuck to the job on the pitch was absolutely superb. Kicking to our supporters in the second half was a big factor too, they made it like a home game for us. It was almost surreal when the fourth goal went in. It took a while for what we have achieved to sink in."

  95. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Joe Walsh: Almost beyond belief - we just watched Chelsea ship four goals at the Bridge to a team almost 50 places below them.

    Matthew Penistone: Think David Southall (see 9 mins) forgot about Arsenal and the fact neither of those teams are actually through yet either!

    Stuart: Could we see a team from outside the Premier League win the FA Cup this season? I hope so!

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  96. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Bolton can't keep the ball now, their early fluidity has fallen away. Next step could be to get to half-time at 0-0.

    Eidur Gudjohnsen looks on as he loses the ball
  97. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Much better from Liverpool as that early pressing and hounding wears off from Bolton. Emile Heskey has got 20 minutes of high work in him these days.

  98. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Jimmy Armfield

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "He thought he was going for the try line! Definitely a yellow card, and there is just that bit of anxiety creeping in to Bolton's defence now."

  99. YELLOW CARD

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Josh Vela is back in the Bolton midfield today after a stint wasted at right-back. He shows lovely feet to skip away from trouble but then runs back into it, losing the ball and having to rugby tackle his man to the floor. Yellow card.

    Liverpool starting to control the game now after a shaky opening 15 minutes. Philippe Coutinho hits a shot which Adam Bogdan tracks all the way and holds.

  100. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Jimmy Armfield

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "It was a near thing for a red card, but the referee was in a good position and had no doubt. They have to watch out for the pace of Liverpool on the break."

  101. YELLOW CARD

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Silly from Bolton captain Matt Mills. He gets sucked in by Raheem Sterling, who flicks it over his head and is in behind and Mills can only haul him down. Booking.

  102. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    KoloKK: How many games have Liverpool won this season without Lucas? Dicey against Bolton.

  103. GREAT SAVE!

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Liverpool cannot defend a corner convincingly at all. A Bolton ball form the right skids across the face of goal, Emile Heskey is close to connecting and it ends up as a volley for Matt Mills. He shanks it though. At the other end, Liverpool finally have a strike on goal as Jordan Henderson lashes in left-footed and Adam Bogdan makes the stop.

  104. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    David Southall: Spurs gone, Chelsea gone, Manchester City gone, Southampton gone, Everton gone. Big chance of silverware for Manchester United and Liverpool now!

    Pav Dhande: All these ridiculous, completely unexpected wins now of course means Aston Villa will win tomorrow...

    Chris Clarke: The only way this day could get better is if Emile Heskey scores a winner against Liverpool.

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  105. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Javier Manquillo is taken out - in his view anyway - off the ball by Dean Moxey but the referee waves play on. Sloppy from Liverpool so far as now Joe Allen squirts a pass out of play.

  106. Post update

    Gerrard to bid goodbye at Wembley on his birthday?

    Jimmy Armfield

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "The chances for Steven are looking a little brighter than they did earlier, but Liverpool have got to get past this first."

  107. Manager reaction

    Man City 0-2 Middlesbrough

    Manuel Pellegrini

    Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini, speaking to BBC Sport: "Before they scored the first goal, we had five or six clear chances. They didn't have one chance. But we conceded a very easy goal, and the game changed. We were nervous. They are a team who work well; that's why they are second in the Championship. They had opportunities to score more goals and deserved to go through.

    "Now we must continue in the Premier League and Champions League. I wanted to continue in all the competitions but now we must focus on the Premier League and Champions League. We now have a difficult game against Chelsea, We must reduce the five-point gap."

    Asked if he thought City's trip to Abu Dhabi had tired them out: "No, I don't think so. It's easy to have an excuse, but I don't think that was the case."

  108. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Bolton still seeing all of the ball, Liverpool hardly getting out of their half so far.

  109. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Impressive start from Bolton, dominating the ball in the fledgling stages at a noisy Anfield. They win a corner, Emile Heskey flicks it on and Emre Can just about scrambles it out. Not convincing.

  110. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Jimmy Armfield

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "United are still alive, but there were a few games today I could not have forecast. But that's what we have loved about the FA Cup for all these years.

    "Bolton have done well since Neil Lennon came, and I genuinely think they have a chance. Liverpool have a strong team here, and they are going for it."

  111. Post update

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Emile Heskey wins his first header in front of the Kop, rolling back the years. He can still win headers, but he hasn't got the pace of old of course. He's still a brute of a man.

  112. Manager reaction

    Southampton 2-3 Crystal Palace

    Ronald Koeman

    Southampton boss Ronald Koeman: "It's not normal that a team like Crystal Palace - with all due respect, because they played very well - creates so many possibilities.

    "At least we had a good reaction in the second half, but it wasn't enough. We like to play offensive football, but we need communication in the defence to work together.

    "We'd like to win every game, but we know our level and we have to be good to win games like this."

    Koeman also confirms Shane Long has a suspected rib fracture.

    Watch the highlights from the game on our FA Cup page.

  113. KICK-OFF

    Liverpool 0-0 Bolton

    Ten years ago these sides finished level on points. Quite a lot of water under the bridge since then but can Bolton do a Bradford? Or a Middlesbrough?

  114. Post update

    Liverpool v Bolton (17:30 GMT)

    "You'll Never Walk Alone" rings out at Anfield. Are we on for another FA Cup classic?

  115. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Mark David Boden: Refreshing to see that money isn't everything in football. Hard work & dedication allow the seemingly impossible to be achieved.

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  116. Post update

    Liverpool v Bolton (17:30 GMT)

    I went to see Bolton play a few weeks ago and I can tell you that if you give Eidur Gudjohnsen space, he can still do it. Great touch, great vision. No pace...

  117. LINE-UPS

    Liverpool v Bolton (17:30 GMT)

    Liverpool
  118. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Gary Lineker

    BBC Sport

    "Huge congratulations to Bradford City and Middlesbrough. Truly stunning performances!"

  119. Post update

    Liverpool v Bolton (17:30 GMT)

    Anfield is packed to the rafters for tonight's late game. Where do we go from here? Heskey hat-trick?

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    Man City 0-2 Middlesbrough

    Guy Mowbray

    BBC Match of the Day commentator

    "Very very impressed with Middlesbrough. Might be making the trip to the Riverside a lot more often next season..."

  121. Join the debate at #getcarriedaway

    Man City 0-2 Middlesbrough

    Matthew Johnson: It's been some afternoon #getcarriedaway

    Middlesbrough fans

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  122. Watch the highlights now

    Chelsea 2-4 Bradford City

    Bradford

    Chelsea 2-4 Bradford City. They'll be talking about this one for years and you can watch highlights from one of the biggest FA Cup shocks in history by clicking on the highlights tab at the top of this page.

  123. "We've just beaten Barcelona!"

    Chelsea 2-4 Bradford City

    Bradford City co-chairman Mark Lawn, speaking to BBC Sport: "We've just beaten Barcelona. We've just beaten a team that is as good as Barcelona. Wait until you see the fourth goal, you'll think we were Chelsea! It just goes to show Match of the Day should have us on telly all the time, because we score you goals. This game meant we broke even. We had a million pound overspend this season. Let's have Manchester United in the next round now.

    "Phil Parkinson inherited the worst squad we have ever had when he started here. I've been watching the team since 1964. When he came in we told him this is the worst team we've seen up here. His first job was to keep us in the league but we have had steady progress since then."

  124. League Two

    Wycombe stay top after eking out a goalless draw at Mansfield, a point ahead of Shrewsbury, who saw off Stevenage 3-2 thanks to a late winner from Jim Collins. Adam McGurk rescued a point for Burton, who drop to third after a 1-1 draw at York.

  125. Team News

    Liverpool v Bolton (17:30 GMT)

    What a weekend of FA Cup football so far. And it goes on!

    Liverpool make five changes. Full-back Glen Johnson makes his first appearance since the 3-0 defeat by Manchester United in December, having recovered from a groin injury.

    Midfielder Joe Allen picked up a knee problem in the same game and returns to action, while Adam Lallana, Jose Enrique and Javier Manquillo are also included in the starting XI. Captain Steven Gerrard is not in the matchday squad.

    Bolton's former Liverpool striker Emile Heskey starts up front, with Trotters stalwart Eidur Gudjohnsen in support.

    Liverpool: Mignolet, Johnson, Can, Sakho, Manquillo, Allen, Henderson, Enrique, Coutinho, Lallana, Sterling

    Bolton: Bogdan, Moxey, Mills, Ream, Dervite, Vela, Danns, Pratley, Feeney, Gudjohnsen, Heskey

  126. Post update

    Chelsea 2-4 Bradford City

    Phil Parkinson

    Jonathan Overend: Phil Parkinson tries to take it all in live on BBC Radio 5 live.

  127. Mourinho: Disgrace, ashamed, embarrassed

    Chelsea 2-4 Bradford City

    More from Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho: "What happened is football and football is beautiful. I think this is the beauty of football where a much better team can lose, which is difficult to happen in another sport and more possible to happen here in this country and this sport.

    "The small team mentality is special. My respect goes to that and to them, they did a fantastic history for them and their club.

    "I repeat a word I used before this match - It's a disgrace for a big team to lose to a small team from a lower team. We must feel ashamed, me and the players must feel ashamed. Frustration is not the right word, embarrassed would be more appropriate."

    Mourinho on the touchline
  128. Watch the FA Cup goals

    From 17:15 GMT you will be able to watch the goals from this afternoon's thrilling FA Cup action online.

    Trust me, you won't want to miss them.

  129. Post update

    Chelsea 2-4 Bradford City

    Jose Mourinho has been into the Bradford dressing room to congratulate every player. You have to say his reaction to the defeat has been first-class.

  130. League One

    MK Dons reduce the gap on Swindon and Bristol City - who both didn't play today - and are third after a 2-0 win over Barnsley.

    Yeovil are off the foot of the table after a goalless draw at home to Coventry City, while Crawley are propping up the division after losing 1-0 at Fleetwood Town.

  131. Manager reaction

    Chelsea 2-4 Bradford City

    Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho, speaking to BBC Sport: "I don't feel so upset with myself because I did my work properly. I thought I prepared my players. At half-time I told them exactly what could happen. Obviously I am also responsible for that, but the reality is that this happens a lot of times in this country.

    "Never to me. It is the first time it happens with me in English football. I can feel really happy for them. I was in that dressing room but at the same time I use the same word I used yesterday. It is a disgrace we were knocked out."

  132. Team News

    Liverpool v Bolton (17:30 GMT)

    What you all wanted to know - Emile Heskey starts at Anfield.

  133. Manager reaction

    Man City 0-2 Middlesbrough

    Karanka

    Middlesbrough manager Aitor Karanka, speaking to BBC Sport: "I can't find words to explain my feelings today. But I'm proud of the players, the crowd, the fans, the staff and the club. They had a lot of chances to score in the first half and I was concerned, because they have a lot of quality. They always have an attacking threat, and it was our third game in a week. We could have won by more because we were very well organised and have quality up front. But it wasn't bad, 2-0.

    "We played Liverpool in the Capital One Cup and played very well. Against an amazing squad with a very good manager. We were very organised, and when we are organised, we have the quality up front to win games."

  134. Post update

    Chelsea 2-4 Bradford City

    Jose Mourinho confirms his view that "It is a disgrace" for his side to lose today. "We must feel ashamed," he says.

    Full reaction to come.

  135. Join the debate at #getcarriedaway

    James Shipp: Well if Gerrard wants to go out with a bang on his birthday, he's not going to get a better shot at it.

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  136. Post update

    Chelsea 2-4 Bradford City

    Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is asked what happened.

    "What happened? Football. And it is beautiful."

  137. Text us on 81111

    Tom, London: To Brandon, Bradford at 15.58. Don't think you're ever going to live that comment down! I hope you're a Bradford fan at least.

    For the record, Brandon said: "Honestly think the worst thing Bradford could have done before half-time is score. Chelsea will now be urged to find blood in the second half."

  138. You're halfway there...

    Man City 0-2 Middlesbrough

    Middlesbrough striker Patrick Bamford, speaking to BBC Sport: "Everyone's making a big thing of the fact that it's the first time I've been back here since I won two tickets for a Bon Jovi concert two summers ago. But I've enjoyed it today."

  139. Post update

    Chelsea 2-4 Bradford City

    Bradford players still out on the pitch - soak it up boys! Soak it up.

  140. Text us on 81111

    Richard, Wokingham: And this is why the FA Cup is so brilliant. Love it!

    Martin, Manchester: 0-0 at Cambridge is starting to look like a good result now!

    Mark, Berkshire: Poor Saints yet again in the cups. Players didn't turn up like they do in the league, not good enough. Well done Palace.

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  141. Player reaction

    Man City 0-2 Middlesbrough

    Middlesbrough striker Patrick Bamford: "An unforgettable day for us and the fans! We went through some tough tests, the keeper kept us in it at times. The scruffy goals are the goals I love.

    "As a team we were magnificent."

  142. Championship results

    An 82nd-minute goal from Conor Coady secured all three points for Huddersfield, who were 1-0 winners away to Wigan. Wolves and Charlton finished goalless and Brentford beat Norwich 2-1 away.

    But the real story of the day was at Watford. Seven second-half goals reversed a two-goal half-time deficit for the home side, as they beat Blackpool 7-2.

  143. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Shane Long: Well well well, all the stick Manchester United got last night; at least we're still in the FA Cup.

    Devon Scott: And people say the magic of the FA Cup is dead, ha!

    Kyle Capel: Giant killings galore, what a day in the FA Cup. Absolutely fantastic.

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  144. Post update

    Chelsea 2-4 Bradford City

    The Bradford players are partying hard in front of the thousands of away fans. When they made it all the way to the League Cup final a few years ago they must have thought that was as good as it gets - but this is right up there.

    They were 2-0 down. At Chelsea. And won 4-2. Amazing, it really is.

  145. FULL-TIME

    Derby 2-0 Chesterfield

  146. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    One of the best minutes of FA Cup action in recent times?

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  147. FULL-TIME

    Southampton 2-3 Crystal Palace

  148. FULL-TIME

    Cardiff 1-2 Reading

  149. FULL-TIME

    Chelsea 2-4 Bradford City

    Jose Mourinho

    Jose Mourinho wears a puzzled frown. He can't believe it, I can't believe it, you can't believe it...

  150. FULL-TIME

    Birmingham 1-2 West Brom

    Tony Pulis celebrates
  151. Post update

    Chelsea 2-4 Bradford City

    Dejected Chelsea

    I mean, who saw this coming? Anyone?

  152. FULL-TIME

    Preston 1-1 Sheff Utd

  153. FULL-TIME

    Man City 0-2 Middlesbrough

    Sergio Aguero looks dejected
  154. Post update

    Southampton 2-3 Crystal Palace

    SIX minutes of stoppage time...

  155. FULL-TIME

    Tottenham 1-2 Leicester

  156. GOAL

    Chelsea 2-4 Bradford City - Mark Yeates (90 mins)

    Unbelievable! Bradford and Middlesbrough score at the exact same second! Bradford have won it, Bradford have won it! Jon Stead again with the hold-up play to free substitute Mark Yeates and how composed can you be? Just slots it home as if it was Dagenham at home in the JPT...

  157. GOAL

    Man City 0-2 Middlesbrough - Kike

    Middlesbrough have done it too! Patrick Bamford loses his footing on the break but Kike slides it in to wrap it up. Brilliant stuff...

  158. Post update

    Chelsea 2-3 Bradford City

    A magnificent second-half display from Bradford City. Can they hold on for just a few minutes more?

  159. Post update

    Man City 0-1 Middlesbrough

    QPR goalkeeper Robert Green

    Final score

    "That is when you know you have a chance of holding on, getting luck like that. (see 16:47) Middlesbrough have defended really well though and they've looked dangerous on the counter attack."

  160. Post update

    Southampton 2-3 Crystal Palace

    Southampton have delved deep into their energy reserves but are pushing now as Eljero Elia watches his rising effort pushed over the bar. He stamps his feet in frustration, that could have been the chance.

  161. FULL-TIME

    Sunderland 0-0 Fulham

  162. GOAL

    Tottenham 1-2 Leicester - Jeffrey Schlupp (90 mins)

    Jeffrey Schlupp celebrates

    Late drama! Jeffrey Schlupp sidefoots home a cross from eight yards. From 1-0 down to 2-1 up.

  163. GOAL

    Cardiff 1-2 Reading - Hal Robson-Kanu

    Reading look like they have won it right at the end as Welsh winger Hal Robson-Kanu buries one.

  164. SEVEN MINUTES ADDED ON

    Chelsea 2-3 Bradford City

    SEVEN MINUTES ADDED ON! Is this some sort of joke...?

  165. Post update

    Chelsea 2-3 Bradford City

    Twenty-one players in the goalmouth as Chelsea throw the kitchen sink at Bradford. Like Balboa v Drago, they just stand there and take it...

  166. HITS THE WOODWORK

    Man City 0-1 Middlesbrough

    As close as you can get to a goal! Frank Lampard from 20 yards, deflected - off the inside of the post and away!

  167. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Aidan Williams: Chelsea losing, Manchester City losing, script writers rooting for Gerrard?

  168. Post update

    Man City 0-1 Middlesbrough

    Sergio Aguero into the box - cleared. Middlesbrough edging closer to glory...

  169. Post update

    Chelsea 2-3 Bradford City

    As Bradford close in on one of the very best upsets I can even recall. To win at Stamford Bridge, Jose Mourinho's Bridge, is one thing. But to come from 2-0 down and still win? Ridiculous behaviour.

    Bradford a few minutes away...

  170. HITS THE WOODWORK

    Birmingham 1-2 West Brom

    Almost for West Brom as Brown Ideye plays a delightful through ball to Chris Brunt, who can only watch his shot rattle the post.

  171. Post update

    Man City 0-1 Middlesbrough

    Middlesbrough are moments away from a famous win - but they won't even be the biggest story of the day...

  172. Post update

    Chelsea 2-3 Bradford City

    QPR goalkeeper Robert Green

    Final score

    "This is a very non-Mourinho-like performance from Chelsea. They don't go 2-0 up and throw it away. You would not even have got odds for this. You go to Chelsea just thinking about knocking five minutes off here, another five minutes there, you're just thinking about staying in the game."

    Bradford City pile on
  173. GOAL

    Derby 2-0 Chesterfield - Will Hughes

    Game, set and match. Will Hughes buries from a tight angle and that is the end of Chesterfield's fine display.

  174. HITS THE WOODWORK

    Sunderland 0-0 Fulham

    Hugo Rodallega smashes one against the post! 20 yards out, thumped against the post.

  175. Championship update

    The story of the day is at Vicarage Road where Watford have come back from 2-0 down at half-time to lead Blackpool 7-2. Odio Igaho gets his fourth and Watford's seventh in this second half. Brentford have re-taken the lead away to Norwich. Alex Pritchard, on loan from Tottenham, scores from the spot to put them 2-1 up.

  176. Join the debate at #bbcfacup

    Chelsea 2-3 Bradford City

    Mark Beedie: Unbelievable. That's what happens when you make nine changes. You got it wrong today Mourinho.

  177. Post update

    Chelsea 2-3 Bradford City

    Into the last few moments and a chance for Chelsea! But Kurt Zouma blasts one way over...

  178. Post update

    Chelsea 2-3 Bradford City

    Steve Claridge

    Final Score

    "It has felt like a game that could go either way, and Mourinho has been really animated. They have never looked comfortable since Stead scored, and Bradford are getting their just desserts."

  179. A disgrace?

    Chelsea 2-3 Bradford City

    Here's what Jose Mourinho said on Friday: "To help the title race, the best thing is to lose against Bradford and to lose against Liverpool and to lose against Paris St-Germain and to play only Premier League until the end of the season.

    "But not with us. Not with our mentality, not with our way of thinking about our job, not with Chelsea DNA.

    "The other day, a coach of a big team was knocked out of the cup and he was saying 'good, very good, this is perfect for us, now we can focus on the other competitions'.

    "If I lose against Bradford I don't say that. I say it's a disgrace."

  180. GOAL

    Tottenham 1-1 Leicester - Leonardo Ulloa (83 mins)

    Leonardo Ulloa celebrates

    There it is, the equaliser! They've had to soak up a bit of pressure but Leicester have had their chances and finally make one count as Marc Albrighton's corner finds Jeffrey Schlupp, whose shot is blocked and Leonardo Ulloa sweeps into the bottom corner.

  181. Post update

    Preston 1-1 Sheff Utd

    Preston are back on the front foot as this game enters its tense closing stages, Paul Gallagher forcing a good save out of Mark Howard after the away side failed to repel a cross into the area.

  182. GOAL

    Chelsea 2-3 Bradford City - Andy Halliday (82 mins)

    What a goal! What a goal!

    Bradford City have come from 2-0 down to LEAD at Stamford Bridge. Amazing stuff. And it's a brilliant goal too, Jon Stead holding it up and laying the ball back for Andy Halliday, who runs on toit and thumps into the top corner from 18 yards. You don't save those.

    What on earth is happening here...?

    Andy Halliday celebrates as Bradford take the lead
  183. Post update

    Man City 0-1 Middlesbrough

    Manchester City didn't want a replay 90 minutes ago, they'd snap your hand off for one now. It's not happening for them in front of goal though, as Edin Dzeko comes on. Boro take off forward Lee Tomlin, who won't be able to sleep thinking about that chance if they don't hold on.

    He smashed the post when it could have been 2-0...

  184. Post update

    Chelsea 2-2 Bradford City

    Jose Mournho said it would be 'a disgrace' if his side lost today. What about a draw?

    About 10 minutes left...

    Mourinho gestures from the touchline
  185. SUBSTITUTION

    Southampton 2-3 Crystal Palace

    Shane Long, on as a substitute earlier, has to go off as he injures his arm after a nasty challenge by Joel Ward. Ronald Koeman won't be happy, he has already lost players to injury in cup games. Ryan Seager is on for his debut.

  186. Post update

    Chelsea 2-2 Bradford City

    QPR goalkeeper Robert Green

    Final score

    "No disrespect to Bradford, but Chelsea have to be winning this game. The quality is there for them to beat Bradford easily."

  187. SUBSTITUTION

    Chelsea 2-2 Bradford City

    Eden Hazard is on for Chelsea, who can't have seen this one coming. A great weekend for the underdogs.

  188. CLOSE!

    Derby 1-0 Chesterfield

    This game is being played at a furious pace. Moments after Tendayi Darikwa looks like going all the way for Chesterfield as he surges down the Derby right wing, the home side counter and Simon Dawkins hits the bar from a header.

  189. Post update

    Tottenham 1-0 Leicester

    Has Emmanuel Adebayor been forgiven for his slightly lacklustre display against Sheffield United in the League Cup in midweek? Judging by the reaction of the home fans as the striker comes on as a 70th minute sub for Roberto Soldado, the answer is a pretty definite no. Boos all round the stadium.

  190. Championship update

    A hat-trick for Odion Ighalo at Vicarage Road. He is on hand to turn in after Troy Deeney hit the post for the second time in the game, and Watford now lead Blackpool 6-2. All of their six goals have been scored since the half-time break. Remarkable stuff.

  191. GOAL

    Chelsea 2-2 Bradford City - Filipe Morais (75 mins)

    Wow! There's the story! Bantams glory!

    Brilliant stuff from the League One side as a long throw is launched on, Petr Cech does well to kick clear the first effort but it falls kindly for one-time Chelsea man Filipe Morais to convert from close range. Unreal scenes...

    Filipe Morais celebrates Bradford's second goal
  192. CLOSE!

    Birmingham 1-2 West Brom

    So close! Andrew Shinnie powers a header just over the bar for Birmingham. A collective "Oooooh" from the home crowd. This is edge of your seat stuff.

  193. Post update

    Chelsea 2-1 Bradford City

    Cesc Fabregas whips in a cross and Didier Drogba plants a header at Ben Williams in the Bradford goal.

  194. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Man City 0-1 Middlesbrough

    Alan Mackie: Middlesbrough should be 4-0 up in this second half. You can tell they're going to rue these misses.

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    Man City 0-1 Middlesbrough

    Manchester City set up camp on the edge of the Middlesbrough penalty area but much like rivals United last night, their attacking players are hitting duff notes so far. David Silva pulls the red wall apart with a cracking pass but Sergio Aguero fluffs his shot.

    Can Boro pull this off?

  196. CLOSE!

    Tottenham 1-0 Leicester

    Paulinho comes within a whisker of doubling Spurs advantage, shooting wide of the post by a fraction after some wonderful build-up play by Erik Lamela.

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    Southampton 2-3 Crystal Palace

    Crystal Palace are looking tired and Southampton are the most likely to force an equaliser at the moment as James Ward-Prowse sees a shot blocked before Shane Long's effort is deflected wide.

  198. CLOSE!

    Derby 1-0 Chesterfield

    Another chance goes begging for Derby, this time Jamie Ward fires wildly over the bar from a cut-back from Darren Bent on the right.

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    Chelsea 2-1 Bradford City

    A further compliment to Bradford as Cesc Fabregas and Willian come on. The League One side continue to threaten and Jose Mourinho 's side need another goal.

  200. Championship update

    Watford are running riot at Vicarage Road. They now lead Blackpool 5-2 after having trailed by two goals at half-time, Gabriele Angella with the fifth - that's five in 19 minutes. Elsewhere, Norwich are level at 1-1 at home to Brentford, and there are still no goals in Wigan v Huddersfield or Wolves v Charlton.

  201. SUBSTITUTION

    Man City 0-1 Middlesbrough

    Frank Lampard doesn't need this. He should be on a yacht somewhere now, with Christine Bleakley. Not attempting an FA Cup rescue act. He's on, as is Fernandinho. They have about 20 minutes left to keep City in the FA Cup.

  202. GOAL

    Preston 1-1 Sheff Utd - Diego De Girolamo (68 mins)

    What did I tell you? This game is not over as Sheffield United take a quick free-kick and Diego De Girolamo drives in from a cut back.

    Diego De Girolamo scores for Sheffield United
  203. GOAL

    Cardiff 1-1 Reading - Oliver Norwood (64 mins)

    Equaliser! Oliver Norwood lifts a free-kick over the wall and into the net from the edge of the box. Game on!

  204. Post update