The Fourth Round of the 2016/2017 FA Cup produced some expected and some magical results as the non-league football club Lincoln shocked the Championship side Brighton and Hove Albion to advance into the Fifth Round.
LIVERPOOL 1, WOLVERHAMPTON 2
Jürgen Klopp’s side, Liverpool Football Club, suffered a horrible and bitter defeat to the Championship side, Wolverhampton Wanderers, at the iconic ground Anfield.
BURNLEY 2, BRISTOL CITY 0
Sean Dyche’s Burnley defeated Bristol City at home convincingly and advanced in to the Fifth Round of the FA Cup.
CHELSEA 4, BRENTFORD 0
Pedro Rodriguez and Michy Batshuayi star for Chelsea, who crushed Brentford FC at Stamford Bridge in order to advance to the Fifth Round.
CRYSTAL PALACE 0, MANCHESTER CITY 3
Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City defeated Sam Allardyce’s struggling Crystal Palace with three goals to nothing at Selhurst Park.
LINCOLN 3, BRIGHTON AND HOVE 1
Non-league football club, Lincoln City, defeated the Championship side, Brighton and Hove Albion, convincingly to taste the magic of the FA Cup.
MIDDLESBROUGH 1, ACCRINGTON STANLEY 0
Aitor Karanka’s Middlesbrough beat Accrington Stanley narrowly at home to reach the Fifth Round of the FA Cup.
TOTTENHAM 4, WYCOMBE WANDERERS 3
Spurs managed to make a quite impressive comeback against Wycombe Wanderers at White Hart Lane, where Heung-Min Son scoring the late winning goal.
SOUTHAMPTON 0, ARSENAL 5
Danny Welbeck scored twice and made an assist in his first start since coming back from an approximately six months due to a knee injury. His teammate, Theo Walcott, who also returned to the starting eleven scored a hat-trick.
MILLWALL 1, WATFORD 0
Steven Morison’s goal for Millwall in the 85th minute eliminated the English Premier League, Watford, from this season’s FA Cup.
FULHAM 4, HULL CITY 1
English Premier League football club, Hull City, brutally crushed by the Championship side Fulham at Craven Cottage.
MANCHESTER UNITED 4, WIGAN ATHLETIC 0
Marouane Fellaini, Chris Smalling, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Bastian Schweinsteiger were all of them on the scoresheet as the defending FA Cup champions Manchester United defeated Wigan Athletic at Old Trafford.