League Two side Bury held managerless Southampton for 71 minutes at St Mary's on Saturday before Andrew Surman and Grzegorz Rasiak struck to put the Saints in the hat for the next round.
Caretaker manager John Gorman admitted his Southampton side were made to toil. "Bury were tremendous, they worked hard, they broke very well and they were unfortunate, it was our day," said Gorman, who is in charge of Saints alongside Jason Dodd. "That's the Cup. It brings out the best in teams, which is what I said to them when we saw the Havant half-time score and we were 0-0. It wasn't pretty."
Coventry City claimed a 2-1 win over Millwall to secure their place in the draw. Iain Dowie's side took the lead with a Stephen Hughes free-kick but Jay Simpson equalised for the visitors moments before the break before Michael Mifsud got the winner in the 52nd minute.
Dowie admitted Coventry were on the right end of a couple of "crucial" refereeing decisions at the Ricoh Arena. He said: "I think generally Millwall shaded most of the decisions, but maybe the critical ones went our way."
Bristol Rovers, who knocked out Fulham in the last round, claimed a one-goal victory over Barnet at Underhill on Saturday.
A close-range Richard Lambert header gave Rovers the lead just after the break, as Barnet were made to pay for Jason Puncheon's penalty miss in first-half injury time.
A 10th-minute header from Luke Beckett gave Huddersfield Town a 1-0 victory over their League One rivals Oldham at Boundary Park. But former Latics striker Beckett insisted his winning goal was not a revenge attack on his old club.
"John Sheridan took over from Ronnie Moore as manager and wanted to go in another direction," Beckett said. "But I've got no problem with Shez because budgets are tight down in this league.
"Sheffield United wanted money for me and I think Shez thought he could bring in two or three players for what he would be paying for me. I enjoyed my time at Oldham and have got a lot of respect for the club and hope they do well."Reuse content