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FA Cup | Third Round Replays
Jan 16, 2024 at 7.30pm UK
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Semedo (36'), Frazer (72'), Cunha (105+5' pen.)
Kilman (115')
Collins (13'), Maupay (52')
Peart-Harris (86')

Wolverhampton Wanderers down Brentford in five-goal FA Cup thriller

:Headline: Wolverhampton Wanderers down Brentford in five-goal FA Cup thriller:
Matheus Cunha scores an extra-time winner as Wolverhampton Wanderers sink Brentford 3-2 in their FA Cup third-round replay, while Bristol City beat West Ham United.
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A Black Country derby awaits in the fourth round of the FA Cup thanks to Wolverhampton Wanderers' enthralling 3-2 beating of Brentford in their third-round replay at Molineux.

After nothing could separate the sides in their initial fixture, lightning struck twice across 90 minutes at Molineux, where Nathan Collins, Nelson Semedo, Neal Maupay and Nathan Fraser were all on target in normal time.

Another half-hour would be required to settle the contest in the West Midlands, where Matheus Cunha was the hero of the night with a strike deep into added-on time in the first extra-time period, and Gary O'Neil's side now face bitter adversaries West Bromwich Albion at The Hawthorns on January 28.

Brentford were not the only Premier League team to suffer heartache in bitterly cold temperatures, as West Ham United's FA Cup run came to a swift end in a surprise 1-0 defeat to Championship outfit Bristol City, who advanced to meet Nottingham Forest or Blackpool in round four.

The Robins capitalised on a defensive mix-up to draw first blood with just three minutes on the clock, as Tommy Conway rolled the ball into an empty net after Dinos Mavropanos sold Lukasz Fabianski short from a backpass.

Danny Ings cut an isolated figure at the tip of the Hammers' attack, and the visitors' uphill climb was made even steeper when Said Benrahma was given a straight red card for kicking out at Joe Williams in the 51st minute.

Luton Town managed to avoid going out to a lower-league side, though, overcoming League One outfit Bolton Wanderers 2-1 at the Toughsheet Community Stadium, where Dion Charles gave the Trotters the lead in the 11th minute.

Tahith Chong wiped out Bolton's lead just four minutes later, though, and Chiedozie Ogbene completed the turnaround for Rob Edwards's side in the 57th minute, sending the Hatters through to a fourth-round tie with either Crystal Palace or Everton.

Over at Eastleigh's Silverlake Stadium, the National League side's dreams of a home showdown with Manchester United crashed and burned, as League Two Newport County prevailed 3-1 to earn a date with the Red Devils.

Aaron Wildig began the Newport goal rush in the third minute before James Clarke and Will Evans got in on the act in the second half, rendering Paul McCallum's leveller for Eastleigh inconsequential.

Finally, the all-Championship contest between Birmingham City and Hull City was seemingly going the way of the Tigers, who drew first blood in the 12th minute of their replay at St Andrew's through Jason Lokilo.

Jay Stansfield got Birmingham back on level terms with 66 minutes on the clock, though, and Koji Miyoshi's injury-time strike ensured that Tony Mowbray's side would head to Leicester City on January 27. body check tags ::

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