A late Padraig Armond penalty helped Newport County to a surprising 2-1 win over Premier League mainstay Leicester City in FA Cup action on Sunday at Rodney Parade.
Jamille Matt also scored for the Exiles, who became the second League Two side to knock off a top-flight team on the day after Fulham was upended by Oldham Athletic.
It was one of several big upsets on Sunday, though we’ll get to those a bit further down the page.
Rachid Ghezzal scored for Leicester, who left Jamie Vardy, Harry Maguire, Wilfred Ndidi, and Kasper Schmeichel out of the 18, and only found their equalizer once Demarai Gray and James Maddison subbed into the game.
Matt scored in the 10th minute.
Leicester needed 72 minutes of play to level the score through Ghezzal, their first success in a match which held 70 percent for the Foxes and a 24-9 edge in shot attempts.
But the stalemate was only three minutes long, as Marc Albrighton handled a ball in the box, and up stepped Armond. Scenes, as they say.
League One side Gillingham used home field to beat Cardiff City 1-0 on Saturday.
Huddersfield Town lost 1-0 at Championship side Bristol City.
Newcastle United got a late penalty from Matt Ritchie to dodge Blackburn Rovers upset bid at St. James’ Park, and will face a replay at Ewood Park.
Jordan Ayew‘s late goal helped Crystal Palace avoid a stunning home loss to Grimsby Town.
Burnley got a lone goal in holding off Barnsley.
Southampton tossed away a 2-0 lead at Derby County but will still get the chance to advance through a replay.
A pair of early goals had Everton ticketed for an easy ride past Lincoln City, but the Imps had other ideas and were unlucky not to level the score late in a 2-1 Saturday loss.
Big boys have little problem
Manchester City hung seven goals on Rotherham United on Sunday, with Ilkay Gundogan starring with four assists.
Spurs absolutely worked over Tranmere Rovers, scoring seven goals of their own in a Friday clean sheet.
Chelsea got a brace from Alvaro Morata in knocking off Nottingham Forest.
Liverpool plays Monday at Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Other Premier League teams
Watford dodged a solid challenge from non-league Woking and its assistant coach, long time Premier League broadcaster Martin Tyler.
Brighton and Hove Albion beat Bournemouth 3-1 at the Vitality Stadium.