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The magic of the F.A Cup third round returns

The F.A Cup third round returns with plenty of upsets and giant-killings
FA Cup fever spreads the length and breadth of the country on third round day with these Kidderminster fans queuing to see their side draw 0-0 with Peterborough. The only previous meeting between the teams was in 1966.
Kidderminster fans line up to enter the stadium
Not every game went ahead though, with the bad weather preventing Bournemouth and Burton from playing. Here the scoreboard at Dean Court shows the only winner was the rain!
Dean Court
The F.A Cup third round is one of the most exciting days in the sporting calendar. Perhaps the biggest upset of the day came at Villa Park where Jamie Murphy fired League One Sheffield United into the lead at Aston Villa. In the build up to the game, Villa boss Paul Lambert suggested the cup was a distraction most top-flight teams could do without. His side were beaten 2-1 by the Blades.
Jamie Murphy of Sheffield United
Everton and England star Ross Barkley scores his first FA Cup goal to give Everton the lead as they cruised past Queens Park Rangers 4-0 at Goodison Park.
Ross Barkley
A new face in the dug-out but no stranger to FA Cup third round day, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer won the trophy twice as a Manchester United player and he triumphed at Newcastle in his first match in charge of Cardiff City. The Bluebirds winning 3-1 away from home.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
Every player, manager and fan dreams of their side getting to Wembley. But Blackpool won't be making it there this year. Midfielder Neil Bishop reflects on his side's 2-1 defeat at Bolton Wanderers.
Neil Bishop
But there was better news for Coventry fans after their striker Leon Clarke struck at the death to beat Championship side Barnsley 2-1.
Leon Clarke
There was another shock at Roots Hall though as League Two Southend smashed Championship side Millwall 4-1.
Ryan Leonard
And finally Arsenal, with 10 FA Cup wins and Spurs, with eight, met in a glamour tie at Emirates Stadium. Despite leaving the field on a stretcher, Arsenal's Theo Walcott could not resist reminding Tottenham fans of the scoreline.
Theo Walcott
Brighton kept their slim chances of winning the Cup alive by edging past Reading 1-0.
A Brighton fan