And with those words we bid you farewell. See you in round two!
Chorley boss Matt Jansen on BT Sport: "Bitterly tough to take. We were the better team in the first half but they gambled after they had a man sent off. They threw men forwards and their winner was a hopeful ball, a scuffed pass that ended up at their man.
"The lads have been fantastic. Fitness told on our boys and they are gutted in there. They have been brilliant for us, the fans were great.
"When they went down to 10 men you start thinking of an upset. We are gutted but now we concentrate on the league. It's hard to take."
Watch the winning goal as it's heartache for Chorley.
Fleetwood manager Uwe Rosler on BT Sport: "It was very difficult. We were shocking until we had 10 men.
"We have to be more physical. We learned good lessons. We didn't understand when and where to pass the ball.
"For 60 minutes we were nowhere near the standards. We couldn't clear our lines, we never won a single header. The subs made the impact.
"We have a youg team, some games will be like that. We faced the style of play we are not used to and we struggled to compete. We will learn from that.
"Lewie Coyle is a fantastic player but he was frustrated. We will not talk about this today, we need to get the emotions out of the way but we have no complaints about the red card."
Tottenham duo Harry Kane and Harry Winks have withdrawn from the England squad for the friendlies against Germany and Brazil due to injuries.
West Brom midfielder Jake Livermore has been called up as a replacement.
Striker Kane has a knee injury while midfielder Winks has an ankle problem. Club mate Dele Alli had already withdrawn from the original squad.
England host Germany at Wembley on Friday and then play Brazil at the same venue on 14 November.
Fleetwood have saved themselves a replay and will now face Hereford in the second round.
Fleetwood striker Devante Cole: "We made it hard for ourselves, it wasn't good enough until they got the goal. They scored and we knew it had to be better. Once we scored it always felt like we would get the second.
"The manager was not happy at half-time but we came out and showed what we can do. It was hard on that pitch."
The Wigan chairman knows a thing or two about the magic of the Cup...
Brutal stuff! The League One side are through. A night of if onlys for Chorley.
Here's Fleetwood's equaliser from son of Andy Cole, Devante.
Sickener for Chorley!
Fleetwood steal it right at the end and again it comes as they go route one. The ball is pumped forward, young keeper Olivier Byrne and left-back Adam Blakema leave it to one another and Fleetwood sub Jack Sowerby flicks it home from the edge of the box.
That will be hard to take. But good fight from Fleetwood.
Looks like we're all heading for a replay in 10 days' time. Unless...
Fleetwood are dominant. Get it in the box lads! Still they try and pass their way to glory.
There you go! A free-kick is not dealt with, it falls to sub Wes Burns, who was surely offside, but he scoops over anyway.
Both sets of players suddenly look very tired indeed. The going is soft. Chorley win a corner which Andrew Teague heads wide.
Chorley minds now go from holding out for a win to trying to ensure at least a replay. They have an extra man remember, though they have struggled to see the ball since they took the lead.Copyright: PA
Give me the job!
That's all it needs, Wes Burns beating his man on the right and flighting over a cross, Devante Cole climbs high at the back post and floats a header across goal and in.
Call me a dinosaur but Fleetwood are still playing too much football. It's a bobbly pitch, a windy night and they are trying to play triangles, patiently building it up. I'd be lumping it into the box for Devante Cole.Copyright: PA
Not long to go now. The home crowd are loving this but Fleetwood have a lot of attacking players out there now. One lapse could be all it takes.Copyright: Getty Images
Chorley lead and this is how they did it.