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Havant and Waterlooville pplayers after the match

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Liverpool 5-2 Havant and Waterlooville

Havant and Waterlooville gave Liverpool the fright of their lives for an hour before eventually succumbing to a 5-2 defeat. It was an amazing day for the 6,000 fans who made the journey from the South Coast.

FA Cup Dream is over

Havant and Waterlooville gave Premier League giants Liverpool the fright of their lives for an hour, before ultimately succumbing to a 5-2 defeat in the FA Cup.

6,000 fans made the trip to Anfield

6,000 fans made the trip to Anfield

The Hawk's stunned Anfield by taking the lead early on through Richard Pacquette, before Liverpool leveled.

Alfie Potter then put the Hawks in front for a second time to the delight of the 6,000 travelling fans.

A Yossi Benayoun hat trick consigned the Hawk's to defeat.

But there was no shame in defeat for the Hawks - they received rapturous applause from the Kop and plaudits from around the football world for such a battling performance.

Cup run

Havant and Waterlooville made it through to the fourth round of the FA Cup after a stunning 4-2 win in their 3rd round replay against Swansea.

Garry Monk's headed own goal put the Blue Square South side a goal up before a Jamie Collins bundled effort and Rocky Baptiste's tap-in made it 3-0.

Hawks' celebrations

Swansea replied with a Guillem Bauza strike before the break, and then Leon Britton saw his penalty saved.

Jason Scotland cut the deficit to one, but Tom Jordan's header sealed victory.

The replay had been won in equally dramatic style.  The first match ended in a 1-1 draw thanks to an 87th minute strike from Rocky Baptiste.

Swansea weren't the first league prey for the Hawks.  They had beaten League Two Notts County in the first round when Tony Taggart hit the only goal, also in the 87th minute.

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Karen From Accrington.
I watched the match with great enthusiasm. I wanted Havant and Waterlooville to win obviously. Its always a real treat to see good honest football being played. Even when the final whistle blew H & W got congratulations from Liverpool players and fans. That must surely go down in the H & W history books. Something to tell the grandchildren,. Well done lads.

David Rodgers
To Havant & Waterlooville club and all your supporters. Well Done and well played a credit for all amateur players in the area. Iv'e had a most wonderful w/e. Many thanks.

Maurice Hampson
Great job....similar to what happens here though with the New England Patriots....teams can stay with them for an hour or so then fitnes...both physical & mental takes over.....wonderful effort.

Malcolm Dilworth
Absolutley magic. Refreshing to see for a long time a visiting team prepared to attack Liverpool.Thanks for helping to win my 10-1 bet with the bookies that they would score first. I shall remember Saturdays result for years to come.Very well played.All the bestStorrington Toffee Man

STEVE BURNS
A credit to football, to Havant and Leigh Park for the support and committment of all concerned to get that far.Well done lads.

Lance Clinton (Havant)
Part time full time any time come on the hawks

Malcolm from Tasmania
Liverpool are out of sorts and lacking in home form. The club is in crisis and if ever there is a real chance that a club of pert-timers with skill drive and motivation can overturn Liverpool, it's now. 4-2 against the League one leaders - why not a shock against Liverpool! Go for it guys and believe it yourselves!

Hugh from Alice Springs
I'm an Aussie rules fan but we've heard about Havant & Waterlooville even here. Just about the most romantic cup tie ever! Prediction - Hawks to cause the biggest upset ever and somehow sneak home by a goal!

Joe From Brighton
Go on the Havant & Waterlooville!!!!!!! Enjoy your day, you deserve it!

Jenny Martin
I'm a rugby fan but tomorrow I'll be supporting Havant & Waterlooville. Well done so far and very good luck for tomorrow lads. Go for it.

Rebecca from Waterlooville
I think the way H&W played swansea was amazing,considering they only have people with regular jobs. GOOD LUCK AGAINST LIVERPOOL GUYS!!!!!

Tristan button
really well done guys I'm rooting for u hope u beat Liverpool but at least give them a good game!

Adam fairbrother
anfield here we come come on u hawks cant wait for anfield

Mark Burch
Come on the hawks.ay ay calm down, calm down!!!

Sir Cook
Absolutely amazing. Hawks For ever!

Lisa Dogan
The New H&W Theme Tune"When you walk...through the solent...Hold you head up high.....And don't be afraid of the hovercraft........ ferry or catamarannnnnnnnn"Swim onnnnnnnnnnnnnn...Swiiiiiiimmmmmm onnnnnnnnnnnnn....And you'll neeeevvvvverrr swimmmmm, allllooonnnne...........You'lll NEVER SWIM ALONE"

karen lews
Fabulous, well done the Hawks

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