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Summary

  1. League One's bottom side AFC Wimbledon beat West Ham 4-2
  2. Millwall score injury-time winner to knock Everton out 3-2
  3. Wolves score late goal to avoid shock at Shrewsbury
  4. Newport score late equaliser to take Middlesbrough to replay
  5. Man City, Doncaster, Watford, Swansea & Derby all win

Live Reporting

By Emlyn Begley

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    Oh yeah, Match of the Day in 15 minutes. BBC One.

    I'm definitely signing off now. Bye.

  2. Goodnight

    I'll leave you with this story of today's FA Cup action...

    Video content

    Video caption: Millwall's miracle, Shrewsbury's set-piece homework and FA Cup funnies
  3. Post update

    Anyway that's the end of this live page now, I've been live texting since 14:00 GMT and need to lie down.

  4. Post update

    West Ham have just announced Marko Arnautovic has signed a contract extension.

    He had been linked with a move to China but has decided to stay at London Stadium.

  5. 'Human nature to hang on'

    AFC Wimbledon 4-2 West Ham

    More from Wally Downes to BT Sport: "3-0 up and hanging on for grim death! When you are 3-0 up against a Premier League side you can't think you will be better than them and you have to combat the period you know they will have.

    "Luckily enough we got the fourth. It happens in all games, at 1-0 up it is human nature to try and hang on to what you have. Players want to sit back and stick with what they have got.

    "We were running short of legs at the time and Toby Sibbick is a terrific athlete and managed to get himself right up there to get the fourth.

    "For Wimbledon it was always about the academy and players coming through the youth system and that is a great observation for any lads in the youth team."

  6. 'Football is random'

    AFC Wimbledon 4-2 West Ham

    AFC Wimbledon manager Wally Downes speaking to BT Sport: "I don’t know if it was a plan, winning was the plan, not the 4-2!

    "What was important was that they got over Tuesday’s performance [3-0 home defeat by Fleetwood]. It was a great game to blow the cobwebs away and they did.

    "Football is random. There is a load of analysis we do, me included, but on any given day, any team can beat any other team and we have done it tonight.

    "They are a passing team but with Andy Carroll in the side they have to go direct and they may have got caught between the two. We knew it was important to stop Mark Noble getting the ball."

  7. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 4-2 West Ham

    Who do you want in the next round, BT Sport ask Dons boss Wally Downes.

    "I don't even know who's in it," he says.

  8. Dons joy

    AFC Wimbledon 4-2 West Ham

    AFC Wimbledon have won all four of their FA Cup matches this season to progress to the fifth round for the first time since their reformation in 2002.

    This was the first time they scored more than one goal in the FA Cup proper against a side from a higher division. They had only won one of the previous 10 - against Scunthorpe in 2011-12.

  9. West Ham's lower-league struggles

    AFC Wimbledon 4-2 West Ham

    West Ham have been eliminated from the FA Cup by a League One side for a second consecutive campaign - Wigan last season.

    This is the first time they conceded four goals in an FA Cup game against a side from the third tier or below for the first time since January 1936 when they lost 4-0 to Luton Town in a third-round replay.

    West Ham dejected
  10. 'One of the highlights'

    AFC Wimbledon 4-2 West Ham

    Goalscorer Toby Sibbick speaking to BT Sport: "Since the manager came in I have been patient and I scored to help us get through.

    "It is probably one of the highlights for me, scoring against Premier League opposition. We thought we were unlucky in the League Cup and got our revenge tonight."

    The Hammers scored two late goals to beat the Dons 3-1 in the Carabao Cup back in August

    Toby Sibbick
  11. Post update

    BBC One

    There's an FA Cup special Match of the Day on tonight. BBC One, iPlayer, BBC Sport website. It starts at 22:20 GMT.

    Definitely worth tuning in.

  12. Wagstaff forgets hair dye promise!

    AFC Wimbledon 4-2 West Ham

    Two-goal Scott Wagstaff speaking to BT Sport: "Today’s performance shows that we can do it and hopefully now we can pick up some results (in the league). The boys were excellent and worked their socks off all game."

    For his second goal: "I sort of just gambled and thankfully I managed to get a good connection on it and saw it fly past Adrian. We will have a good night tonight then we have got a nice easy away game at Sunderland next week!"

    On his promise to dye his hair and considerable beard in Wimbledon colours if they won: "I had forgotten about that I am going to have to do it. I don’t think the missus will be too happy!"

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    James Rodgers: West Ham out

    Liverpool out

    Arsenal out

    Everton out

    Southampton out

    Leicester out

    Fulham out

    Huddersfield out

    Cardiff out

    Bournemouth out

    What's the odds of a Championship team winning the FA Cup this year?

    Manchester City celebrate
  14. Watch: Sibbick puts Wimbledon on the verge of shock victory

    What a moment!

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    Video caption: Sibbick puts Wimbledon on the verge of shock victory
  15. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 4-2 West Ham

    AFC Wimbledon hero Scott Wagstaff to BT Sport: "We need to make sure we do that every time. It hasn't been good enough from us [in the league], we know that."

    The Dons are rock bottom of League One, eight points adrift of safety.

    Scott Wagstaff
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    AFC Wimbledon 4-2 West Ham

    Efan Ekoku

    Former Wimbledon and Nigeria striker on BBC Radio 5 live

    What a performance, what a story. Fully deserved, no doubt about that.

  17. FULL-TIME

    AFC Wimbledon 4-2 West Ham

    It's all over. A famous win.

    THE MAGIC OF THE FA CUP.

    Toby Sibbick
  18. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 4-2 West Ham

    It's a wonderful save from Aaron Ramsdale to deny Michail Antonio from close range. They're almost there now.

  19. Post update

    AFC Wimbledon 4-2 West Ham

    Efan Ekoku

    Former Wimbledon and Nigeria striker on BBC Radio 5 live

    These are new chapters being written, and a new story in the history of Wimbledon football club.

    Wimbledon fans