Man City score seven in FA Cup stroll, Oldham knock out Fulham

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Jamaican striker Jamille Matt said it was a "fantastic feeling" after his powerful early header helped set up League Two Newport County's shock 2-1 English FA Cup third-round win over visiting Premier League outfit Leicester City on Sunday, describing it as "right at the top".

Humble Welsh club Newport had led from the 10th minute but their dream appeared to have been snatched away when Rachid Ghezzal smashed in a late equaliser, only for Padraig Amond to send the Rodney Parade faithful insane with a penalty victor.

As for whom the FA Cup is now replete with happy memories, Padraig Amond also revealed who he wants Newport County to face in the fourth-round; Manchester United, at Old Trafford, of course.

Puel was sharply criticised for naming an under-strength side for the Carabao Cup quarter-final defeat by makeshift Manchester City opponents last month.

City added to their lead in the second half with Gabriel Jesus tapping in from Sterling's cross and Riyad Mahrez firing in after playing a one-two with Ilkay Gundogan.

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Claudio Ranieri's Fulham reign has got off to a hard start and it got worse for the former Leicester boss at the hands of Pete Wild's Oldham.

At Craven Cottage, Denis Odoi had put Claudio Ranieri's Fulham side ahead in the 52nd minute.

Daniel Iversen compounded Fulham's misery by saving an Aleksandar Mitrovic penalty - his first touch after coming off the bench - just moments earlier.

"I thought we played well, especially the second half".

'It was a hard day and the magic of the FA Cup happened, definitely, ' Morgan said.

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"It's unbelievable", said Barnet captain Callum Reynolds after the north London club's triumph.

City will be joined in the hat for the fourth round by Watford, who saw off sixth-tier Woking thanks to goals from Will Hughes and Troy Deeney.

Substitute Shane Ferguson scored twice in four minutes late on as Millwall came from behind to beat Hull 2-1.

The Carlow man netted the decisive penalty five minutes from time as the League Two outfit dumped Leicester - who won the Premier League two years ago - out in the third round.

Elsewhere, in an all-Premier League clash, Brighton won 3-1 away to south coast rivals Bournemouth.

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Manchester City have scored seven goals in an FA Cup tie for the first time since they beat Reading 7-0 in January 1968.

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