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FA Cup scores LIVE: Man City cruise through, Everton win Lampard’s first game and Chelsea survive scare

Frank Lampard begins life as Everton manager against Brentford, Man City host Fulham and Crystal Palace take on Hartlepool

Michael Jones
Saturday 05 February 2022 20:28
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Frank Lampard: Chelsea player and manager

It promises to be a wonderful weekend of FA Cup football with a number of fascinating fourth round ties.

West Ham broke the hearts of Kidderminster Harriers as they overcame the non-league side 2-1 thanks to last-gasp goals in normal and extra time. Defender Alex Penny put Kidderminster, who are third in the National League North, ahead in the 19th minute in front of a packed crowd at the 6,000-capacity Aggborough Stadium. Substitute Declan Rice spared West Ham a first-ever defeat by non-league opposition by equalising in the 91st minute. The match looked set to be decided on a penalty shootout after a largely uneventful extra period but Jarrod Bowen delivered another cruel twist when he bundled the ball home in the 120th minute to send West Ham into the fifth round.

Meanwhile Chelsea suffered an FA Cup fourth-round scare on Saturday when they had to come from behind and needed extra time and a penalty save to beat League One Plymouth Argyle 2-1 with goals from Spaniards Cesar Azpilicueta and Marcos Alonso.

And there are several 3pm kick-offs: Crystal Palace vs Hartlepool; Everton vs Brentford; Huddersfield vs Barnsley; Man City vs Fulham; Peterborough vs QPR; Southampton vs Coventry; Stoke vs Wigan; Wolves vs Norwich.

Follow live minute-by-minute score and goal updates from all the cup ties below:

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Frank Lampard leads Everton to FA Cup victory over Brentford in first match in charge

Frank Lampard got the full Everton experience in his first match as new manager with a 4-1 FA Cup victory over Premier League rivals Brentford.

He got off to the best possible start as the header from Yerry Mina – only on the field because of an early injury to Ben Godfrey – was the first time the Toffees had taken the lead in a match since October.

But after Richarlison had doubled their advantage shortly after half-time, the former Chelsea boss saw his side put themselves under unnecessary pressure by conceding a second-half Ivan Toney penalty.

Frank Lampard leads Everton to FA Cup victory over Brentford in first match in charge

Everton 4-1 Brentford: The Toffees are into the fifth round after an emphatic result

Michael Jones5 February 2022 17:46
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Crystal Palace ease past Hartlepool and into FA Cup fifth round

Crystal Palace eased into the FA Cup fifth round after first-half goals by Marc Guehi and Michael Olise downed Hartlepool at Selhurst Park.

Patrick Vieira’s side were 2-0 up inside 22 minutes and that was how it finished, despite their Sky Bet League Two opponents improving after the break.

The Eagles could still have triumphed by a greater margin but their manager, a five-time winner of the FA Cup as a player, would not have minded and will be keen for Palace to get a favourable last-16 draw on Sunday morning.

Crystal Palace ease past Hartlepool and into FA Cup fifth round

Crystal Palace 2-0 Hartlepool: First-half goals from Marc Guehi and Michael Olise made the difference

Michael Jones5 February 2022 17:46
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Manchester City hit back to knock out Fulham and advance to FA Cup fifth round

At least one Manchester club could defeat second-tier opponents comfortably. While Premier League clubs took it in turns to flirt with FA Cup shocks, and Manchester United consummated an unwanted relationship, few dalliances were as brief as Manchester City’s.

Behind after four minutes, level after six, ahead after 13, three goals to the good before the hour mark, one of the season’s fastest comebacks left Fulham with about 90 seconds to savour an unexpected lead before succumbing to a 4-1 defeat.

Manchester City hit back to knock out Fulham and advance to FA Cup fifth round

Manchester City 4-1 Fulham: Fabio Carvalho’s early goal was a short-lived joy for the visitors

Michael Jones5 February 2022 17:45
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Kenny McLean header sees Norwich edge past Wolves to reach FA Cup fifth round

Norwich reached the fifth round of the FA Cup for just the second time in a decade as Kenny McLean’s header was enough to see off Wolves in a drab affair at Molineux.

With potential fairytales and cup magic up for grabs elsewhere, this was a forgettable meeting between two top-tier outfits, with the 1-0 victory for the visitors putting them in the hat for Sunday’s draw.

Wolves are 18 points better off in the Premier League than Norwich but there was very little difference in quality here as Dean Smith’s side defended valiantly – and scrappily – at times to advance.

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Wolves 0-1 Norwich: An uneventful affair ended with the Canaries advancing

Michael Jones5 February 2022 17:42
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ET Southampton 2 -1 Coventry

120+3 mins: It’s all over! Southampton squeeze past Coventry City after extra-time to book their spot in the fifth round!

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ET Southampton 2 -1 Coventry

120+1 mins: Disallowed goal! Waghorn taps in from close range but he’s miles offside and the goal is ruled out. Surely that’s it for Coventry now.

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ET Southampton 2 -1 Coventry

120 mins: Chance! Martyn Waghorn heads wide of goal as Coventry send another cross into the box. Into added time of extra-time now.

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ET Southampton 2 -1 Coventry

118 mins: The game has switched on it’s head. Coventry are the ones pushing forward with Saints defending deep. There’s only a couple of minutes left, can Ralph Hasenhuttl’s men close out the game?

Michael Jones5 February 2022 17:29
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ET Southampton 2 -1 Coventry

116 mins: Four minutes to play at St. Mary’s Stadium. Coventry should have scored! They win a free kick and whip it into the box. Jake Clarke-Salter pulls away from his marker to meet it inside the six-yard box but nods his header straight at Willy Caballero.

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GOAL! ET Southampton 2 -1 Coventry (Walker-Peters, 112’)⚽️

112 mins: Kyle Walker-Peters looks like he’s sent Southampton into the fifth round! He glides into the left side of the box and cuts the ball onto his right foot before sweeping it into the back of the net!

Southampton have nicked this at the death. Can Coventry respond? They’ve got eight minutes to find an equaliser.

Michael Jones5 February 2022 17:21

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