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Live Reporting

Jay Freeman and Josef Rindl

All times stated are UK

  1. That's all folks


    And that's all we have time for today.

    What a breathless afternoon it's been! We'll be back at 11:30 GMT on Sunday to do it all again.

    Until then, goodbye.

  2. Coming up tomorrow...

    Sunday's FA Cup action

    There's still plenty of FA Cup action to come tomorrow, with 10 more games scheduled.

    Dover is our first destination for the visit of Sol Campbell and his Southend team at midday before eight games at 12.45 GMT which will all feature on a special Final Score where you'll be able to watch the goals as they go in.

    Those games include Macclesfield against Kingstonian, which is set to go ahead despite the Silkmen's players going on strike over unpaid wages.

    Finally Hayes & Yeading host in-form Oxford United at 14:15 GMT.

    Bring. It. On.

  3. Saturday's FA Cup Headlines

    • National League North Darlington scored a 97th-minute equaliser to send their tie with League Two Walsall to a replay.
    • Eastleigh also scored a late leveller at Stourbridge as the National League club denied their seventh-tier opponents a famous victory.
    • Crawley scored three times in the last 10 minutes to beat Scunthorpe 4-1 while Notts County also left it late to beat Ebbsfleet 3-2.
    • Accrington and Crewe's match was delayed by over an hour as two officials went off injured before the Alex ran out 2-0 winners.
  4. Post update

    FT: Accrington 0-2 Crewe

    And with that final whistle comes the end of the action on the pitch in the FA Cup first round today.

    What a crazy few hours it's been.

    There have been glorious goals, gaffes, late, late drama and injuries to officials stealing the headlines.

    Here's a quick reminder of what's happened...


    Accrington 0-2 Crewe

    Danny Gratton, the third referee of this match blows the full-time whistle.

    Two goals either side of half-time were enough for Crewe, but it was a break that lasted for over one hour.

    With two officials injured we restarted with just a referee and linesman on the pitch. Crazy, crazy game.

  6. Post update

    Accrington 0-2 Crewe

    Crewe have it by the Accrington corner flag.

    This game is finally nearly over.

  7. Post update

    Accrington 0-2 Crewe

    Crewe have a goal kick and Will Jaaskelainen is in no hurry to take it.

    These post-match interviews are going to be interesting.

  8. Post update

    Accrington 0-2 Crewe

    We kicked off at 15:00 GMT. It's now 17:56 GMT.

    We'll play a further three minutes of injury time. Accrington need two goals to stay in the cup.


    Accrington 0-2 Crewe

    And now Stanley's Wilson Carvalho gets shown a yellow for a foul on Ryan Wintle in the centre circle.

    This is such a strange game. The atmosphere is so, so odd. The fans, players and coaches seem to have no faith in the officials, but everyone is seemingly begrudgingly playing on until full-time.


    Accrington 0-2 Crewe

    Pinball stuff in the Accrington area as Tom Lowery bumps over Stanley keeper Dimitar Evtimov.

    The referee gives Accy a free-kick and Lowery a yellow.

  11. Highlights: Maidenhead United 1-3 Rotherham United

    For so long this afternoon this looked like being a major upset as Maidenhead led deep into the second half.

    But after being reduced to 10 men, they couldn't hang on and it's League One side Rotherham who will be in the second round draw.

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    Video caption: FA Cup: Maidenhead United 1-3 Rotherham United highlights
  12. Highlights: Forest Green Rovers 4-0 Billericay Town

    On paper this was a tie where we might have felt there could have been an upset.

    But it was not to be as League Two leaders Forest Green swept aside Jamie O'Hara's Billericay.

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    Video caption: FA Cup: Forest Green Rovers 4-0 Billericay Town highlights
  13. Highlights: Maidstone 1-0 Torquay

    A minor upset of the first round came in Kent where National League South side Maidstone beat Torquay, of the National League.

    The two sides swapped divisions last season, with the Gulls promoted while Maidstone went down.

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    Video caption: FA Cup: Maidstone 1-0 Torquay highlights
  14. Post update

    Accrington 0-2 Crewe

    What a waste, straight into the wall. Anyway, as this game comes to a close, how about some highlights from the other fixtures today....

  15. RED CARD

    Accrington 0-2 Crewe

    Owen Dale sprints towards Accrington's goal. Mark Hughes is the last man and brings Dale down. The referee has no choice and Hughes is shown a straight red and Crewe will have a free-kick on the edge of the area.

  16. Post update

    Accrington 0-2 Crewe

    This is crazy.

    Every decision by the ref is being contested. There's virtually no offsides for Crewe. And most of the fans went home this time an hour ago.


    Accrington 0-2 Crewe

    The hosts make their final change and it's a defender on for a defender as Ross Sykes replaces Jerome Opoku who was on a yellow card.


    Accrington 0-2 Crewe

    Apologies, just after the penalty it looks like Accrington Stanley made a sub with Wilson Carvalho replacing Callum Johnson.

    And just now, Accy's Mark Hughes went down in the Crewe area but the referee waves play on.


    Accrington 0-2 Crewe

    Danny Gratton is the third ref to take charge in this one and he's now just booked Crewe keeper Will Jaaskelainen in the 70th minute.

  20. Highlights: Sunderland 1-1 Gillingham

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    Video caption: FA Cup: Sunderland 1-1 Gillingham highlights

    While we're bringing you the closing stages of Accrington v Crewe, we'll also provide highlights of some of the day's other games, starting with the early kick-off between Sunderland and Gillingham.