The oldest knockout cup competition in world soccer has a new record, as League Two side Scunthrope got out of jail by beating non-league side Worcester City 14-13 on penalty kicks in the second round of the FA Cup on Wednesday.
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An amazing 32 penalty kicks were attempted in the second round replay at Worcester, with Scunthorpe prevailing. Just.
Above is the highlight video with the final few crucial PKs, as Scunthorpe will now play Chesterfield in the third round on Jan. 3, as the big boys from the Premier League enter the knockout competition.