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Summary

  1. FT: Tottenham 2-2 Leicester
  2. Kane scores controversial late penalty
  3. FT: Chelsea 2-0 Scunthorpe
  4. FT: Oxford 3-2 Swansea, Carlisle 2-2 Yeovil

Live Reporting

By Marc Higginson and Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. Over and out

    And after you've done that, have a nice, well-earned rest from domestic football and head over to our European live text.

    We'll be back tomorrow with live text commentaries on the Ballon D'or and, of course, the FA Cup fourth round draw. That's at 19:15 GMT on BBC One.

    Until then... night!

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    It's the Ballon D'or tomorrow. We can safely assume no Cardiff player will be picking up the award.

    But what are the stats behind the glittering trophy? Have a gander at this wonderful infographic.

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    Cardiff 0-1 Shrewsbury

    Ian Walsh

    Former Cardiff and Wales striker on BBC Radio Wales

    "If they are real listeners they would have turned that off after 15 minutes. It was absolutely dire."

  4. Get Involved

    #bbcfacup

    Francis Edwards: Get in Salop, we are the giant killers. Manchester United we are coming for you!

  5. FULL-TIME

    Cardiff 0-1 Shrewsbury

    Awful, dreadful, woeful from Cardiff.

    But play up Salop. A battling performance in the muck and nettles of the Cardiff City Stadium earns them a place in the fourth round.

    Cardiff crash out of the FA Cup
  6. HITS THE WOODWORK

    Cardiff 0-1 Shrewsbury

    Ian Black from the edge of the area. To win it for Shrewsbury. Post!

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    Tom Griff: Very nervous. Come on SALOP!

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    Cardiff 0-1 Shrewsbury

    Bruno Ecuele Manga - possibly the only Cardiff player to be scaling a 7/10 tonight - heads just wide from Peter Whittingham's well-delivered corner. Close.

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    Cardiff 0-1 Shrewsbury

    Ian Walsh

    Former Cardiff and Wales striker on BBC Radio Wales

    "Every Cardiff individual has been looking at themselves and not the team."

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    Cardiff 0-1 Shrewsbury

    Of course, Shrewsbury fans... this is the next step to a glorious night at Old Trafford, the Emirates or Anfield...

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    Cardiff 0-1 Shrewsbury

    Ian Walsh

    Former Cardiff and Wales striker on BBC Radio Wales

    "I don't think that is a penalty. He is not strong enough and needs to have more courage rather than looking for the penalty."

  12. PENALTY APPEAL

    Cardiff 0-1 Shrewsbury

    Sammy Ameobi hits the turf, I mean mud, in the box. Cardiff want a penalty, but he went down a little easily there. Play on.

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    Cardiff 0-1 Shrewsbury

    There's not much for those at the ground to savour from this tie. But I'm trying to think off a silver lining... at least there won't be much traffic on the way home.

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    Brynmor Powell: Same old story for Cardiff. Nothing happening in midfield and lacking that final ball. We might be more boring than Man Utd.

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    Cardiff 0-1 Shrewsbury

    There's a few people grumbling about this result on Twitter. It seems Cardiff have ruined a few accumulators. They're not doing anything right today.

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    Cardiff 0-1 Shrewsbury

    Peter Whittingham takes aim from just outside the area. It hits the corner flag.

    Peter Whittingham
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    Cardiff 0-1 Shrewsbury

    Chance for Cardiff. But straight at the keeper from Stuart O'Keefe.

  18. CLOSE!

    Cardiff 0-1 Shrewsbury

    There's more adventure from Shrewsbury now as they look to kill this tie off on the counter. They've not been vintage today, but they didn't need to be.

    They go close again, this time Jordan Clark stabbing wide from eight yards out.

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    Cardiff 0-1 Shrewsbury

    I don't think I'm being unkind when I say, on this performance, Federico Macheda's finishing is not even of League One standard. His build-up play and movement is good but there's no finishing touch.

    Federico Macheda shows his dejection
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    Cardiff 0-1 Shrewsbury

    Ian Walsh

    Former Cardiff and Wales striker on BBC Radio Wales

    On Macheda's latest miss: "The defender has got into the wrong position and Macheda has taken the ball well

    "But he really should score one-on-one even if you've got to credit the keeper."