Sunday 25 January 2015

FA Cup action in pictures


Setting sun: Huddersfield Town took on Wigan Athletic at the John Smith's Stadium in the day's late game. Wigan would move into a 3-0 lead without much trouble against their Championship opponents
Dim hope: Huddersfield's Lee Novak heads home, making it 3-1 to Wigan in West Yorkshire
Finishing touch: Arouna Kone restores Wigan's three goal lead against Huddersfield, booking his sight's quarter final place and making the score 4-1
Early lead: Yaya Toure puts Manchester City ahead against Leeds
On the spot: Sergio Aguero celebrates after doubling Manchester City's lead with a penalty kick against Leeds United
Sergio Aguero celebrates after scoring his second, his side's fourth, against Leeds
Masked man: Demba Ba wore a protective mask during Chelsea's fourth round replay against Brentford at Stamford Bridge
Frank Lampard scores Chelsea's third against Brentford, becoming their all-time top scorer in the FA Cup
At last: Juan Mata puts Chelsea ahead for the first time during their FA Cup tie with west London neighbours Brentford
John Terry is on hand to score Chelsea's fourth against Brentford, setting up a fifth round match against Middlesbrough
Oldham's super sub Matt Smith ensured Oldham stayed in the FA Cup with late equaliser
It was a pulsating ending as Smith rose highest to score at the death
Former manager Paul Dickov salutes the Oldham faithful at the final whistle
Mikel Arteta tries to find a way through the Blackburn Rovers' wall during Arsenal's FA Cup fifth round game
Colin Kazim-Richards puts Blackburn ahead at the Emirates Stadium
Colin Kazim-Richards celebrates with his Blackburn team-mates after scoring the only goal of the game against Arsenal
Alan Smith of MK Dons shields the ball from Barnsley's Chris Dagnall in the two team's FA Cup fifth round game at Stadium MK
Marlon Harewood celebrates during Barnsley's 3-1 win against MK Dons
Police presence: Supporters are well marshalled on their way to watch Luton Town v Millwall at Kenilworth Road for Saturday's lunchtime kick-off
Early lead: Millwall's James Henry slots home after rounding Luton keeper Tyler in the opening minutes
Millwall's QPR loanee Rob Hulse volleys his side into a two goal lead before the break at Kenilworth Road
Dany N'Guessan stoops to head home Millwall's third, booking their place in the quarter finals draw

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