Late victor puts non-League Lincoln into the FA Cup quarter finals

Late victor puts non-League Lincoln into the FA Cup quarter finals

And you never know, maybe Lincoln City shocks everyone and their journey continues.

That effort in Tottenham's 4-3 win against the League Two side in the fourth round was the last time he has found the net, with Alli failing to add to his individual tally for the season against Sunderland, Middlesbrough, Liverpool and Gent.

Only one non-league team since - Luton (at Norwich in 2013) - have won at top flight opposition and that is the only time a Premier League team have been upset by such "amateurs". Antonio Conte's title favourites were held to a 1-1 draw. Goalscorer Raggett, 23, said: 'It's insane.

On a day of fifth-round toil for the top-flight sides, English champions Leicester City's problems continued to mount as they went down 1-0 at third-tier Millwall, who played most of the second half with 10 men. Shaun Cummings, a defender like Raggett, struck in the 90th minute on another day to forget for Leicester, which is fighting a relegation battle in the Premier League the season after winning it at odds of 5,000-1.

"We wanted to make the gesture to give back to the lifetime of support they have given to the club and we hope that everyone will join us in giving them a big cheer on Saturday!"

Raggett spent a couple of years as a youth player with the Gills before joining the academy at Dover, where he progressed through to the first team.

But they were outdone by Lincoln.

He said: "My mum and dad come to pretty much every home and away game".

Paul Lambert proud of Wolves players despite FA Cup exit to Chelsea
Cesc Fabregas lofted a super pass into the path of Willian , but Wolves goalkeeper Carl Ikeme was out well to shut down the angle. But he contributed when it counted, taking advantage of the mismatches that the 3-4-3 provides to head the Blues into the lead.

"We said it was a one in 100 chance and we had to believe it was going to be that one opportunity".

"It doesn't mean we're definitely going to go with that same side, in fact I'm sure it won't be that same side due to injuries and suspensions".

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Middlesborough narrowly avoided cup embarrassment, overcoming a resilient Oxford United comeback to down the League One side. Our players, I thought, were outstanding.

The last non-league side to reach the semi-finals were Swindon in 1911-12.

He won't be able to feature today but Dyche said the locals he spoke to last week had been impressed by his brief cameos so far, and he made an impact off the bench in the win over Woking. The pressure is off us and no matter what happens, it is just a great experience.

"We're going to be courageous, we're going to fight and give it one hell of a go".

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