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Gary Rose

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  1. A magical night


    A famous night for Wigan.

    A famous night for the FA Cup.

    The competition is not what it once was? Not a chance!

    Thanks for you company on a magical night of FA Cup action. Until next time, goodbye!

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    Wigan 1-0 Man City

    Phil: Fair play to Wigan, they were magnificent and got the luck their performance deserved. We were disappointing and far too complacent. Red? Not for me, but no point arguing it. What irks most is the lack of consistency across the season.

    Jack: That defeat could be the best thing to happen to Man City They can now turn their focus to the Premier League.

  3. 'Longest 10 minutes of my life'

    #BBCFACup or 81111 on text

    Wigan Athletic defender Dan Burn speaking to BBC Sport:

    Not sure how it feels, hasn’t sunk in yet. It was a really tough game. The belief was always there. We’ve got Will Grigg, who does what he keeps doing.

    We pride ourselves on our clean sheets. We had a couple bad results before so we wanted to prove ourselves, so a clean sheet against the best team in England is great.

    Once we scored the fans really got behind us, just knew we needed to hang on. It was the longest 10 minutes of my life.

  4. 'Grigg only needed one chance'

    Wigan 1-0 Man City

    Kevin Kilbane

    Former Republic of Ireland winger on BBC Radio 5 live

    Second half especially, Will Grigg wasn’t getting any sort of support up front. He just got the one chance and he took it. It was such a thankless task for him up front.

  5. Post update

    Wigan 1-0 Man City

    A slight disappointment for Wigan tonight - they've slipped to third in League One after Blackburn beat Bury to go top.

    I'm sure they'll get over it.

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    Milton: A combined £100 million pair of defenders (Kyle Walker and John Stones) could not neutralise £1 million Grigg.

    Henrietta: I'm not sure I've ever seen a team win with 17% of possession

  7. Post update

    Wigan 1-0 Man City

    Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola, speaking to BBC Sport: Congratulations for Wigan for the qualification. We did absolutely everything, we made a mistake and this kind of game is like a final. OK, we accept the defeat. Congratulations to the winner.

    On Fabian Delph's sending off: "Red card. It was the decision."

    On apparent clash with Wigan boss Paul Cook in the tunnel: "Nothing happened."

    More on the game: "It was like a final. They had one shot on target, I don't have regrets with the way we played, the performance, the heart. I judge my players on intentions and not results and the intentions were good.

    "Wigan won, congratulations to them and now we rest to prepare for the League Cup final."

  8. WATCH: Full time scenes

    Wigan 1-0 Man City

    Watch fans revel in joy as their side beat the Premier League leaders in the FA Cup.

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    Video caption: Wigan v Man City full time
  9. 'No problems with Pep'

    Wigan 1-0 Man City

    Wigan boss Paul Cook on BBC One: "It feels great. It's such a severe test. They're such a strong side and move the ball so well. We had to ride our luck at times and the sending off is always a big incident.

    "Our lads deserve credit for their work and some of the blocks they made were outstanding and to beat Man City you have to do that.

    On tunnel clash with Pep Guardiola: "There's no problems, from our point of view we're trying to get every edge and everything we can and from his point of view he wants the game played and he's a fantastic manager.

    "It's a great night for Wigan."

  10. 'FA Cup the world's best cup competition'

    Wigan 1-0 Man City

    Roberto Martinez

    Belgium manager on BBC One

    We said it before, if it was a league game, we couldn’t see them winning, but this is the cup. The FA Cup is without doubt the best cup competition in world football.

    An incredible story, and look at the celebrations from the Wigan fans and players.

    Wigan players celebrate
  11. Watch the goal that knocked Man City out

    One for Wigan fans to watch again.

    And again.

    And again.

    And again.

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    Video caption: Will Grigg scores opener against Man City
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    Richard Crighton: Has to be one of the biggest FA Cup shocks ever?

    Glenmeskell Now I think I’ve had seven heart attacks watching that game. Well done @LaticsOfficial a win against perhaps the best team in the world in Man City that’s what the #facup is all about.

  13. Red card - yes or no?

    It seems like an age ago, but we asked you whether you thought Fabian Delph's tackle was worthy of a red card.

    69% of you said yes.

    Watch this video to see what the pundits thought.

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    Video caption: BBC pundits discuss Fabian Delph's red card
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    Shane: City fans will say that they lost because Delph was sent off, Delph is no Messi, but City lost because they didn't score.

    Nigel: As a City fan, I have to say Wigan deserved it. Forgot what it feels like... today is a reminder against complacency

    Jonny: Get in! Great performance Wigan players! The billions doesn't buy you heart & effort. Brilliant!

  15. Post update

    Wigan 1-0 Man City

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Wigan chairman David Sharpe: "It is not nice to see, football is emotional, it is what it does to fans. But I don't like to see this at the end of the game.

    "It is a massive result, but we have to stay classy in football, I don't like what I am seeing here".

  16. Post update

    Wigan 1-0 Man City


    Some disappointing scenes at the end with bits of advertising hoardings being thrown onto the pitch at stewards and police from the Manchester City end.

  17. 'The FA Cup has been brilliant for me'

    Wigan 1-0 Man City

    Wigan's goalscorer Will Grigg, speaking to BBC Sport: "It is brilliant. It was a nice easy game for us - no it was an unbelievable performance by the lads.

    "I caught the offside trap and it was a nice little race with Kyle Walker. I am a goalscorer, if I get a chance I'll score them. The FA Cup has been brilliant to me."

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  18. Wigan showed commitment

    Wigan 1-0 Man City

    Alan Shearer

    Former Newcastle striker on BBC One

    Magnificent from Wigan. The effort, the commitment, last ditch effort to block shots. City dominated possession, but rarely challenged the keeper. What an unbelievable performance and result.