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Ogbonna's last-minute goal kicks Liverpool OUT of the FA Cup [Tweets]
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The game could have had Liverpool as the winner, but Christian Benteke was unable to take advantage of a one-on-one situation, leading to the match's dramatic finish.
Hilarious reactions following Hazard’s first goal for Chelsea in 273 days
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Eden Hazard has scored a goal for Chelsea, finally!
HILARIOUS TWEETS: Is Christian Benteke worse than Mario Balotelli at Liverpool?
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Frustrated Liverpool fans roast Christian Benteke on Twitter after goalless draw with West Ham in the FA Cup.
West Ham United vs. Liverpool
Newsday
West Ham United's Italian defender Angelo Ogbonna (L) vies with Liverpool's English striker Daniel Sturridge (R) during the English FA Cup fourth round replay football match between West Ham United and Liverpool at The Boleyn Ground in Upton Park, east ...
Game Details
ESPN FC
Louis van Gaal is able to breathe a little easier after Manchester United made light work of a potentially tricky FA Cup assignment against Derby, winning 3-1 at the iPro Stadium. The United boss arrived in the east midlands under heavy pressure and ...
FA Cup: Man United heads to Shrewsbury, Chelsea faces City
The Sun Herald
Chelsea's captain John Terry acknowledges the fans as he celebrates after the final whistle of the English FA Cup fourth round soccer match between Milton Keynes Dons and Chelsea at Stadium mk in Milton Keynes, England, Sunday, Jan. 31, 2016.
Oscar scores hat trick as Chelsea, Everton win in FA Cup
The Sun Herald
Oscar scored a first-half hat trick as Chelsea cruised to a 5-1 victory at second-tier MK Dons to reach the fifth round of the FA Cup on Sunday. Oscar tapped into an empty net in the 15th minute after a defensive blunder, but the Dons soon leveled when ...
Police probe racism claim at Everton's Cup match at Carlisle
The Sun Herald
Everton's Arouna Kone, center, celebrates scoring with his teammates during the English FA Cup fourth round soccer match between Carlisle United and Everton at Brunton Park, Carlisle, England, Sunday, Jan. 31, 2016. Scott Heppell AP Photo.

 

Videos


Peterborough United vs. West Bromwich Albion | 2015-16…
3 days ago

West Ham United vs. Liverpool | 2015-16 FA Cup Highlights
4 days ago

MK Dons vs. Chelsea | 2015-16 FA Cup Highlights
Sunday, 31 Jan

Oscar completes hat trick before halftime vs. MK Dons…
Sunday, 31 Jan

Oscar's goal gives Chelsea 1-0 lead vs. MK Dons | 2015…
Sunday, 31 Jan

Carlisle United vs. Everton | 2015-16 FA Cup Highlights
Sunday, 31 Jan

Arsenal vs. Burnley | 2015-16 FA Cup Highlights
Saturday, 30 Jan

Liverpool vs West Ham | 2015-16 FA Cup Highlights
Saturday, 30 Jan

Alexis Sanchez restores the Gunners lead vs. Burnley…
Saturday, 30 Jan

Colchester United vs. Tottenham Hotspur | 2015–16 FA…
Saturday, 30 Jan

Derby County vs. Manchester United | 2015-16 FA Cup Hig…
Friday, 29 Jan

Rooney curls in a beauty to give Manchester United 1-0…
Friday, 29 Jan

Mata makes it 3-1 vs. Derby County | 2015-16 FA Cup Hig…
Friday, 29 Jan

Leicester City vs. Tottenham Hotspur | 2015-16 FA Cup H…
Wednesday, 20 Jan

Liverpool vs. Exeter City | 2015-16 FA Cup Highlights
Wednesday, 20 Jan

 

About England - FA Cup

The FA Cup, is the world's oldest association football competition. For several decades, it's been a platform for fairy tales and upsets with "minnows" like Portsmouth (2008) and Wigan Athletic (2013) conquering England to lift the trophy.

The first ever FA Cup final, in the 1871-72 campaign, was attended by 2,000 spectators. In the 21st century, the number has increased from over 71,000 to almost 90,000 spectators. An interesting fact about FA Cup finals is that none has rivaled the 1922-23 one which is believed to have gathered between 150,000 and 300,000 fans although the official record attendance reads 126,047.

On 30 May 2015, after trouncing Aston Villa 4-0 at Wembley, Arsenal became the most successful club in the FA Cup with 12 title wining it back to back, surpassing Manchester United (11). A total of £15,132,000 (prize fund) is to be cashed out between the participants of the 135th English FA Cup edition, with the winning team grabbing £1,800,000.

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