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Minnows Golden Goose Sneakers earn battling FA Cup draws
Non-league minnows Nuneaton Borough earned a dramatic draw at home to English Premiership team Middlesbrough in the biggest shock of the FA Cup third round overnight.
Council educational worker Jez Murphy scored a dramatic last-minute penalty to earn a 1-1 draw for the part-timers.
Fellow non-leaguers Tamworth will also find their name in the hat for the FA Cup fourth round draw after they produced a stunning rearguard display to earn a draw at Golden Goose Mens Sneakers Championship side Stoke.
Huddersfield briefly caused a scare at Chelsea after Gary Taylor-Fletcher drew the League One side level 15 minutes from time at Stamford Bridge, but Eidur Gudjohnsen broke the visitors' hearts with a late winner in the English Premiership champions' 2-1 victory.
There was no romance for League Two Mansfield, who sit 88th in the Football League hierarchy, as they held out for 80 minutes at St James' Park before finally succumbing to Alan Shearer's record-equalling 200th goal for Newcastle.
Fellow League Two side Torquay held on for a 0-0 draw against Premiership strugglers Birmingham, but north London giants Arsenal ended the giant-killing hopes of Cardiff in a 2-1 win at Highbury.
An upset was on the cards at the City of Manchester Stadium at half-time as League One Scunthorpe led 1-0, but Stuart Pearce's Manchester City Golden Goose Womens Sale turned the match on its head in the second half to run out 3-1 winners.
The tie of the round came at Kenilworth Road Golden Goose Sneakers Sale where Liverpool overturned a 3-1 deficit to beat Luton 5-3.
Championship sides Millwall, Reading and Leeds held Premiership teams Everton, West Brom and Wigan to respective 1-1 draws, but there was no joy for QPR, who lost 3-0 at Blackburn, or Watford, who were beaten 3-0 at home by Bolton.
West Ham won 2-1 at Norwich, Aston Villa beat Hull 1-0, Charlton thumped Sheffield Wednesday 4-2 away, Portsmouth beat Ipswich 1-0 at Portman Road and Southampton overcame Milton Keynes Dons 4-3 in a thriller at St Mary's.Middlesbrough v NuneatonSpain international Gaizka Mendieta fired Middlesbrough ahead from a free-kick after 15 minutes, but Conference North side Nuneaton won a late penalty after the ball struck Gareth Southgate's arm in the box.
Murphy held his nerve from 11 metres to score a famous goal for Nuneaton to ensure their name will be in the draw for the fourth round.
Middlesbrough boss Steve McClaren was a relieved man after the Golden Goose Sneakers Online final whistle.
"There are so many upsets in the FA Cup each year and we were very nearly one of them," he said.
Nuneaton boss Roger Ashby was euphoric.
"It has just been magnificent - a magnificent performance and a magnificent day," he said.
"It feels like we won the game to be honest and the supporters who are here will remember this for the rest of their lives."