Minnows Newport County stun the Foxes

Minnows Newport County stun the Foxes

Fourth-tier Newport County beat Premier League high-flyers Leicester City 2-1 to record a memorable upset win in the third round of the English FA Cup on Sunday, with Oldham defeating top-flight strugglers Fulham by the same scoreline.

De Bruyne played in Sterling for a 12th-minute opener and City then scored twice in the closing stages of the first half.Phil Foden, the England Under-21 global, got on the end of a cross from Ilkay Gundogan in the 43rd minute before Rotherham defender Semi Ajayi turned the ball into his own net.

'I felt we played well, especially in the second half.

At Craven Cottage, Denis Odoi had put Claudio Ranieri's side ahead in the 52nd minute, calmly finishing after a penalty box scrap.

Substitute striker Aleksandar Mitrovic then missed a penalty kick, before Oldham's Callum Lang headed in the victor in the 88th minute. "The character in the dressing room is phenomenal".

Elsewhere, Barnet of the National League beat high flying Championship side Sheffield United while Accrington knocked out Ipswich.

"I wasn't at the club when the boys did so well in the Cup runs (in the past), but I've heard so much about it, and we wanted to do it again", said Matt.

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"In France it is also a big tradition and we know from all the teams playing in different leagues it is a fantastic opportunity to play against a Premier League team and to try to create an upset".

Blades manager Chris Wilder blasted his side´s "arrogance", insisting: "The fans should have booed the players louder".

But hopes of Woking, 110 places adrift of the Hornets, enjoying a shock win were dented by Will Hughes's 13th-minute curled shot from the edge of the area. "Everyone's done brilliantly today and I think we fully deserved it". But McClaren's men made the fourth round thanks to Jake Bidwell's strike 15 minutes from time.

Morgan, though, believes the minnows' win was undeserved, explaining: "It was a hard day and the magic of the FA Cup happened, definitely".

Premier League champions Manchester City and Watford had no such problems, claiming 7-0 and 2-0 wins over Rotherham and Woking respectively.

Ipswich's dire FA Cup form continued as they made it nine years without a win in the tournament with a 1-0 loss at 7/5 (2.40) Accrington Stanley.

Championship leaders Leeds United suffered a 2-1 defeat at Queens Park Rangers, joining second-placed Norwich City who were beaten by Portsmouth on Saturday.