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Live Reporting

Callum Matthews

All times stated are UK

  1. Bye for now

    We're going to call it a night there after another great day of FA Cup action.

    I'll leave you with the story of the day as League Two Crawley Town put three past Leeds United to reach round four.

    The third round isn't done there, though. Join us tomorrow for Stockport County v West Ham and we'll also have the fourth and fifth-round draws.

    Here are all the ball numbers for those two draws and if you've missed anything from across the weekend we've done a handy round-up for you.

    You can also watch all the goals from across the weekend on the FA Cup section of the BBC Sport website.

    See you tomorrow.

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    Video caption: FA Cup 2021: Crawley Town upset the odds to beat Leeds United in 'emotional' win
  2. 'It was quite traumatic to watch'

    Newport 1-1 Brighton (3-4 on pens)

    Brighton & Hove Albion

    Brighton manager Graham Potter, speaking to BBC Sport: "It was quite traumatic to watch. Seeing the keeper make the saves and still be in the shootout was quite frustrating. But that can happen in the FA Cup and this is a difficult, unique place to come. Anything can happen and it probably did.

    "Jason Steele is honest and supportive of the team. I'm delighted for him in how he's contributed to us going through.

    "I didn't expect anything else [but a hard game] on a really difficult playing surface. It makes it hard to find real quality. The way Newport played they were always in the game.

    "It's the start of a big week for us. We want to get three results and we've got the first one. It's a huge challenge and that's what we have to get ready for."

  3. Post update

    If you've missed today's action you can catch-up with some of the best goals below.

    There have been some crackers.

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    Video caption: FA Cup: Eight cracking goals from Sunday's third-round action
  4. 'Keeper pulled it out of the top corner'

    Newport 1-1 Brighton (3-4 on pens)

    Newport manager Michael Flynn, speaking to BBC Sport: "I'm very proud - the effort they put in was first class. It's a sad way to go out but we should be very proud.

    "[After the injury-time equaliser] you start thinking it might be your night. You never get let down on TV when Newport County play against the big boys!

    "In the shootout it was like no-one wanted to win it! You have to give their keeper huge credit - the first penalty, he pulled it out of the top corner near enough.

    "We've got to get back to winning ways now in the league."

  5. 'I dug myself out of it!'

    Newport 1-1 Brighton (3-4 on pens)

    Brighton & Hove Albion

    Brighton keeper Jason Steele, who saved four penalties: "I'm happy that we're through to the next round. I'm really thankful for that because I nearly cost us in the last minute.

    "A lot of credit has to go to my goalkeepeing coach who had done a lot of research.

    "I did feel a little bit of pressure. I'm a responsible 30-year-old adult and I know when I've played well. I feel like I played well but made one mistake that cost us a goal. In the end I dug myself out of it!

    "We showed the ultimate respect in our team selection. We knew what was coming. We've done our job and we now prepare for a tough week ahead.

    "I thought we performed well and hopefully it can [provide a springboard]."

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    Video caption: Webster bundles in dramatic late equaliser for Newport
  6. Match stats

    Newport 1-1 Brighton (3-4 on pens)

    • Brighton have won nine of their last 10 penalty shootouts in all competitions, including each of their last four in the FA Cup.
    • Newport have lost each of their last three penalty shootouts in all competitions, with this the second time this season that they’ve been eliminated via this method by a Premier League side (also in the Leage Cup vs Newcastle).
    • Brighton have progressed from 10 of their last 12 third round FA Cup ties since being eliminated from six in a row from 2002 to 2008.
    • Brighton’s Solly March has scored three goals in the FA Cup and they have all come away from home, also netting away to Millwall in March 2019 and Port Vale in January 2014.
    • Brighton defender Adam Webster became the first player to score an own goal in the 90th minute or later of an FA Cup game (excluding extra-time) since Grimsby's Aswad Thomas in a 3-2 defeat to Huddersfield in January 2014.
  7. Post update

    Brighton will be ball number 31 in tomorrow's fourth-round draw.

    You can watch it live on BBC Two from 19:00 GMT and all the numbers are here.

    A reminder they will be drawing the fourth and fifth round fixtures to help with fixture planning.

  8. Post update

    Newport 1-1 Brighton (3-4 on pens)

    You've got to feel for Newport keeper Tom King there. He's made two great saves in the shootout, and two brilliant saves during the 120 minutes but still ends up on the losing side.

    Football can be a cruel game.

  9. Post update

    Newport 1-1 Brighton (3-4 on pens)

    Well, well, well. It was far from convincing from Brighton but Graham Potter's side are through and avoid an upset.

    Jason Steele had a howler for the Newport goal but he has made four great saves in the penalty shootout there!

  10. SCORES! Newport 3-4 Brighton

    Adam Webster

    Brighton are through to the FA Cup fourth round.

  11. SAVED! Newport 3-3 Brighton

    Scot Bennett

    An unbelievable save! Jason Steele flings himself high to his right and saves.

    Brighton are through if they score...

  12. SCORES! Newport 3-3 Brighton

    Davy Propper

    Very, very calmly done. Keeper goes the wrong way.

  13. SCORES! Newport 3-2 Brighton

    Jamie Proctor

    No mistake. And now Brighton must score or THEY are out...

  14. SAVED! Newport 2-2 Brighton

    Leandro Trossard

    Drama! What a shootout this is.

    Trossard goes straight down the middle, Tom King doesn't move and kicks it away.

    Then he jumps up and there's a lot of laughing and finger pointing from the Newport keeper.

  15. SAVED! Newport 2-2 Brighton

    Liam Shephard

    What a shootout Jason Steele is having!

    He flings himself to his left and saves.

    If Brighton score they win...

  16. SCORES! Newport 2-2 Brighton

    Lewis Dunk

    Tom King gets his hands to it but there's too much power. All square again...

  17. SCORES! Newport 2-1 Brighton

    Ryan Taylor

    Top corner - and for the first time in the shootout - and in the tie - the League Two side have their noses in front.

  18. MISSED! Newport 1-1 Brighton

    Yves Bissouma

    Hits the post!

    1-1 after three penalties apiece. Game on!

  19. SCORES! Newport 1-1 Brighton

    Joss Labadie

    No mistake, calmly done.

  20. SAVED! Newport 0-1 Brighton

    Neal Maupay

    Oh hello!

    A glimmer of hope for Newport as Tom King tips this one away at full stretch!