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Summary

  1. Ndidi and Gray score fantastic extra-time goals for Leicester
  2. Foxes will travel to League One side Millwall in the fifth round
  3. Watch clips of goals and key incidents on this page
  4. Both sides named weakened teams (10 changes for Leicester, eight for Derby)

Live Reporting

By Jonathan Jurejko

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye!

    Have we just witnessed the start of Leicester's revival? Time will tell. 

    No doubt the Foxes' second string have given the ailing Premier League champions a big boost. Now we'll see if the big-name cast can pick up the baton and earn some much-needed Premier League points on Sunday.

    Swansea awaits. See you then!

  2. Post update

    Leicester 3-1 Derby

    Scathing from Shearer...

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  3. 'We want to go forward in the FA Cup'

    Leicester 3-1 Derby

    Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri on the BBC: "In this moment everything goes wrong - but tonight one thing went right. 

    "Derby played good football and we won. This is what we needed and I wanted. Wilfred Ndidi made a very good goal as did Demarai Gray.

    "I'm happy with Ndidi. This young player full of personality and good character. We've chosen well.

    "We want to do well in all competitions. We want to go forward in the FA Cup. The Premier League is not so good but we have to stay in the Premier League. This fresh air is good for the players."

    Claudio Ranieri
  4. Ndidi can

    Leicester 2-1 Derby

    Impact.

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  5. 'We didn't want extra time'

    Leicester 3-1 Derby

    Derby manager Steve McClaren speaking to the BBC: "I don't think either team wanted a replay and we definitely didn't want extra time. 

    "There are some very tired players in the dressing room. It was always going to be hard work. We had a go and can't fault the players. We ran out of steam in the end. 

    "Tonight was about the squad - the fringe players and the injured players coming back getting a game. We missed our opportunity in the first game. I couldn't fault the players."

    Steve McClaren
  6. Lions lie in wait...

    Leicester 3-1 Derby

    The Foxes know their next FA Cup fight....

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  7. Watch Gray's belting goal

    Leicester 3-1 Derby

    Demarai Gray's first goal for Leicester was a belter at Old Trafford - and his first in front of his home fans wasn't bad either. Check it out...

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    Video caption: FA Cup: Demarai Gray's moment of magic for Leicester
  8. Foxes lift doom and gloom - O'Neill

    Leicester 3-1 Derby

    Martin O'Neill

    Republic of Ireland manager on BBC One

    It is a really big win for Leicester City - I'm delighted they've done it. I think there has been a lot of doom and gloom around the place and that will lift it.

  9. WIn takes the pressure off - Gray

    Leicester 3-1 Derby

    Leicester goalscorer Demarai Gray on BBC One: "It is nice to get on the scoresheet - it takes the pressure off us. I'm looking to score as much as possible and impact on the play." 

    Demarai Gray
  10. We showed our fight - King

    Leicester 3-1 Derby

    Leicester goalscorer Andy King: "It was important to get a win tonight to try to kickstart some form to take into the league.

    "It's been a tough few weeks and we've been getting a lot of criticism. Tonight we showed the fight we have got in the squad.

    "We have 14 massive games left in the league but now we are through in a couple of rounds of the cup. Why can't we create another journey this season?"

  11. 'Gray was the difference'

    Leicester 3-1 Derby

    Kevin Kilbane

    Former Everton winger on BBC Radio 5 live

    We were looking where the spark was going to come from. Gray provided that spark for the Leicester opener and then Ndidi and Gray scored those great goals.

    I think Leicester could spark the season. Can he get more game time? Can he play more central?

    Demarai Gray
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    Leicester 3-1 Derby

    Demarai Gray takes most of the plaudits as he shakes hands with team-mates and opponents at the whistle. How is he not starting every week for the Foxes?

  13. FULL-TIME

    Leicester 3-1 Derby

    No more drama. Leicester are through to the last 16!

    Leicester players
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    Leicester 3-1 Derby

    One more minute on the clock...

  15. Keeper Schmeichel praises Gray

    Leicester 3-1 Derby

  16. Post update

    Leicester 3-1 Derby

    Derby are still plugging away, but they're not going to pull this one back. To paraphrase someone quite well known, if they win it then I'll present my next live text in my pants.

  17. Post update

    Leicester 3-1 Derby

    The feelgood factor has returned around the King Power Stadium for the first time in a while. The home fans cheering every pass now, and enjoying giving pelters to their friends from Derby.

  18. Post update

    Leicester 3-1 Derby

    Claudio Ranieri is smiling again!

  19. 'A brilliant solo goal'

    Leicester 3-1 Derby

    Kevin Kilbane

    Former Everton winger on BBC Radio 5 live

    That was a special goal. He's been superb tonight. As soon as he gets Richard Keogh backed up in the area, he checks inside him and Matej Vydra, and then has the technical ability to guide the ball past keeper Jonathan Mitchell.

    Demarai Gray
  20. GOAL - Leicester 3-1 Derby

    Demarai Gray

    Someone has just opened the top drawer... 

    Demarai Gray pulls out a moment of magic to put Leicester City into the fifth round. The winger slaloms past Derby defenders like they're markers on a ski slope, keeping his composure to rifle in an angled drive high into the onion bag.

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    Video caption: FA Cup: Demarai Gray's moment of magic for Leicester