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Live Reporting

Emma Sanders

All times stated are UK

  1. See you tomorrow!

    What a day! That's all from us now but we'll be back tomorrow with those eight FA Cup third-round ties. The first six all kick-off at 13:30 GMT.

    For now, here's a few things you can check out on the website:

    From Sam Allardyce's embarrassment, to hairdryers and Adele at Chorley - a round-up of today's best bits.

    You can watch all the goals from the third round so far here.

    Match report as Sheffield United avoided tough "consequences" by finally ending their six-month winless run on a day "we had everything to lose", according to manager Chris Wilder.

    Non-league Chorley beat Covid-hit Derby County - match report.

    And elsewhere, Schalke recorded their first Bundesliga win in 31 games - to avoid equalling a league record - as 19-year-old American Matthew Hoppe scored the first three goals of his senior career.

    See you tomorrow!

  2. Post update

    BBC One

    A few things worth tuning in for tomorrow on BBC TV too.

    A repeat of the highlights show is on at 07:30 GMT.

    Crawley Town v Leeds United is live from 13:15 GMT. Then it's Marine v Tottenham at 16:30 GMT.

    Gary Lineker is back again with more highlights from tomorrow's matches at 22:30 GMT.

  3. 'Not concussion for Bailly'

    FT: Man Utd 1-0 Watford

    Manchester United

    Few more bits and bobs from Man Utd manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on BT Sport...

    On Scott McTominay's reaction to being made captain: "He delivered and he always does. He's a leader and I thought today I'd give it him to see how he reacts. He was brilliant today.

    "We have always trusted our young men coming through and Scott is one who we believe has the Manchester United DNA in him and knows what it is to be a Manchester United player."

    On Jesse Lingard's performance: "He's been out for a while but he started brightly and then he tired as you'd expect."

    On Eric Bailly, who was taken off injured before half-time: "It is his neck I think, his head is fine but I've not spoken to him. It is not concussion."

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    BBC One

    Highlights from all of today's matches are on BBC One now with Gary Lineker and the team.

  5. Coming up tomorrow...

    Barnsley v Tranmere Rovers

    Bristol City v Portsmouth

    Chelsea v Morecambe

    Cheltenham Town v Mansfield Town

    Crawley Town v Leeds United

    Manchester City v Birmingham City

    Marine v Tottenham

    Newport County v Brighton

  6. 'Our balloon popped after 20 minutes'

    FT: Man Utd 1-0 Watford

    Manchester United

    More from Ole Gunnar Solksjaer, speaking to BT Sport: "After 15-20 minutes it seemed like a balloon popped, they came into the game and we gave them confidence, they gave us a good game.

    "We started giving them the ball back easily and we started to complicate it. Maybe we had one or two out of position and then suddenly they counter attack.

    "And when you've got Andre Gray and Ismaila Sarr running at you it puts your heart rate up!"

  7. 'I have improved the guys'

    FT: Man Utd 1-0 Watford


    Watfiord head coach Xisco speaking to BBC Match of the Day: "We played a very good team but our team had a perfect performance and we need to continue.

    "When you come to these places it is perfect, it is like a dream. Now is a difficult moment for everyone with Covid and it is difficult to come here and not see the fans.

    "I told the players they gave everything. It was our style - they played with high intensity. We have had a little time together but you can see I have improved the guys."

  8. Highlights: Bristol Rovers 2-3 Sheffield United

    FT: Bristol Rovers 2-3 Sheffield United

    Video content

    Video caption: FA Cup: Bristol Rovers 2-3 Sheffield United highlights
  9. 'We have got to do scans'

    FT: Man Utd 1-0 Watford

    Manchester United

    On Eric Bailly's injury, Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer added: “I think it was his neck. I don’t think it was concussion so that is a positive but we have got to do scans. “

  10. 'As long as I've got the manager's trust I'm happy'

    FT: Man Utd 1-0 Watford

    Manchester United

    More from Scott McTominay on his goal tonight and form this season: "We work a lot on set pieces, so to see one of them go in is something we worked on. I need to start scoring more headers - I'm six foot.

    "For the manager, he has been nothing but amazing since he came and I have a lot to thank him for.

    "But the best way of thanking him is putting in performances on the pitch and doing your best. As long as I've got the manager's trust I'm happy doing my job."

  11. 'A monster of a human being'

    FT: Man Utd 1-0 Watford

    Manchester United

    Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer speaking to BBC Match of the Day: “The most important thing in the cup is that you go through so that will make everyone happy but the first 15-20 minutes I think were the highlights of our game. I think we played some very good stuff, created chances and then we let them back into the game but we are through."

    On making changes: “They had a chance to prove they could play the next game and the game after and get some match fitness. We will need all of them over the season and that was part of the reason we made changes.

    "I’m delighted we are through. I told them I didn’t expect them to start like house on fire. I expected them to grow into the game. The opposite happened more or less. We started brightly."

    On Scott McTominay: "Scott has had a very good season. He is being more and more dangerous, we know he can be a box-to-box midfielder. He should have scored a few more on set-plays before now because he is a monster of a human being. I am very happy he got the goal."

  12. Highlights: Luton Town 1-0 Reading

    FT: Luton Town 1-0 Reading

    Video content

    Video caption: FA Cup: Luton Town 1-0 Reading highlights
  13. Post update

    "I love this club and it has been my whole life."

    Passion from Scott McTominay. Nice.

  14. 'Being made captain was surreal'

    FT: Man Utd 1-0 Watford

    Manchester United

    Manchester United match-winner Scott McTominay, speaking to BT Sport: "We started really well and then for the first half an hour we were really good, moved the ball really well and there was some good combination play.

    "Then we couldn't find it after that as well. The second half I didn't think we played anywhere near our level.

    "For the boys coming into the team it is difficult, they haven't played for a long time. The manager said 'get your rhythm' and he probably wasn't expecting the rhythm we got in the first 30 minutes. But then there were some tired minds. But credit to the boys."

    On being made captain for the night: "When the manager told me it was a surreal moment. I've been here since I had just turned five, so that's 18 or 19 years associated with the club and it is a huge honour. I love this club and it has been my whole life."

  15. Two goals in two minutes

    QPR 0-2 Fulham

    Leaving it late...

    Video content

    Video caption: Decordova-Reid finally breaks the deadlock

    Video content

    Video caption: Kebano smashes home Fulham's second
  16. Defender Shaw's 'terrific run'

    FT: Exeter 0-2 Sheffield Wednesday

    Sheffield Wednesday beat Exeter City 2-0 earlier, with centre-back Liam Shaw running almost the length of the pitch to set up the second...

    Video content

    Video caption: Paterson doubles Sheffield Wednesday lead after centre-back Shaw’s ‘terrific run’
  17. Best of the stats

    FT: Man Utd 1-0 Watford

    Man Utd have progressed from 34 of their last 36 FA Cup third round ties, last failing to do so in January 2014, losing 2-1 to Swansea.

    Watford have lost on 10 consecutive visits to Old Trafford in all competitions, scoring just three goals in total.

    Scott Mctominay has scored four goals in all competitions this season, one short of his best tally in a single campaign (five goals in 37 apps in 2019-20) – three of those goals have been scored in the first five minutes of matches.

    Watford attempted 18 shots in the match, only in their 2-0 loss at Hudderfield (21) have they had more shots on the road in all competitions this season.

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    BBC Radio 5 Live

    Robbie Savage and Chris Sutton have just kicked off 606 on BBC Radio 5 Live so tune in.

  19. Today's winners heading for the fourth round...



    Luton Town

    Norwich City

    Nottingham Forest


    Doncaster Rovers



    Sheffield United


    Sheffield Wednesday


    Swansea City

    Leicester City

    Wycombe Wanderers



    Plymouth Argyle

    Manchester United

  20. Post update

    FT: Man Utd 1-0 Watford

    Simon Stone's developing report from Old Trafford is up now.

    Check it out here.