Bolton shock Black Cats; Stoke win

  • Last Updated: January 16 2013, 13:49 GMT

A review of Tuesday night's FA Cup third-round replays, including a shock victory for Bolton at Sunderland.

  • Bolton celebrate their victory at Sunderland
  • Walters scored twice in Stoke's triumph over Crystal Palace 
  • Diouf struck the winner for Leeds at Birmingham 
  • Mauro Boselli's goal was enough for Wigan to sink Bournemouth 
  • Jay Bothroyd helped QPR reach the fourth round 

Marvin Sordell struck a second half double as Championship side Bolton booked an FA Cup fourth round clash against Everton after stunning Sunderland with a 2-0 victory at the Stadium of Light.

Sordell slid home a 64th minute penalty and wrapped up victory nine minutes later as Dougie Freedman's men made sure of victory 10 days after blowing a two-goal lead in their Reebok Stadium clash.

Jon Walters earned redemption for his weekend horror show against Chelsea as the striker scored twice in extra-time to give Stoke a 4-1 victory over Crystal Palace.

Walters had an afternoon to forget at the Britannia Stadium on Saturday when he scored two own goals and missed a penalty in Chelsea's 4-0 romp.

But after Glenn Murray's 87th-minute penalty forced the extra period Walters made up for his weekend woe with goals on 95 and 110 minutes.

Cameron Jerome made it 4-1 in the final minute to complete a win that sends Stoke into a fourth-round tie at home to Manchester City later this month - a repeat of the 2011 final.

Palace had their chance to force an upset with Jermaine Easter missing a first-half penalty, won by sought-after midfielder Wilfried Zaha, before goalkeeper Lewis Price made a hash of Kenwyne Jones' header on 69 minutes as Stoke took the lead.

West Brom lost their all-Premier League tie with QPR 1-0 after Jay Bothroyd scored his first goal of the season for Harry Redknapp's side on 75 minutes.

Fulham narrowly avoided following them out as they needed extra-time to beat Blackpool 2-1.

After substitute Kieran Richardson scored a stoppage-time equaliser for Fulham Brede Hangeland snatched the winner on 116 minutes. Nathan Delfouneso had put managerless Blackpool ahead on 82 minutes.

FA Cup holders Chelsea will make a short fourth-round trip to Brentford after the League One high-fliers beat Southend 2-1.

Clayton Donaldson scored the decisive goal 14 minutes from the end to set up a home clash with the European champions.

Barry Corr had levelled for Southend after the Bees, third in League One, led through Paul Hayes (26) and saw their former goalkeeper Paul Smith save a Harry Forrester penalty.

Wigan avoided an upset at Bournemouth as Mauro Boselli's 18th-minute goal was enough to give them a 1-0 victory and a trip to Blue Square Premier club Macclesfield next.

The MK Dons reached the fourth round for the first time since they relocated from Wimbledon with a 2-0 win at home to Sheffield Wednesday.

Shaun Williams' first-half penalty and a fortuitous second goal from a Dean Bowditch free-kick set up an away trip to QPR.

  • Jon Walters celebrates after scoring his second goal for Stoke with Cameron Jerome in a 4-1 win after extra-time
  • Crystal Palace star Wilfred Zaha battles with Steven Nzonzi at the Britannia Stadium
  • Palace boss Ian Holloway watches the action on a cold night in Staffordshire
  • Midfielder Jack Colback vies for the ball with Benik Afobe at the Stadium of Light
  • Bournemouth's Harry Arter keeps a close eye on Wigan midfielder Fraser Fyvie
  • Askan Dejegah competes with Isaiah Osbourne at a freezing Bloomfield Road on the coast
  • Belgian forward Romelu Lukaku gets above QPR defender Clint Hill to win the ball
  • Wilfred Zaha is shocked after being booked for diving by referee Anthony Taylor
  • Bolton's Chris Eagles gets in a shot at goal despite the attentions of Craig Gardner
  • Wade Elliott celebrates his goal against Leeds with teammate Nathan Redmond at St Andrews
  • Wigan goalkeeper Mike Pollitt punches the ball clear in front of defender Tommy Elphick
  • QPR goalkeeper Robert Green dives across his goal to make a great save at Loftus Road
  • Romelu Lukaku misses a chance to break the deadlock for West Brom
  • Fulham's Giorgos Karagounis fends away the attentions of striker Nathan Ecclestone
  • Marvin Sordell scores from the penalty spot in Bolton's 2-0 victory at Sunderland
  • Mile Jedinak and Stoke's Peter Crouch are not quite sure where the ball is as they clash in the air
  • Eagles substitute Glenn Murray celebrates after scoring from 12-yards to take the game into extra-time
  • El-Hadji Diouf celebrates scoring from the penalty spot in Leeds victory at Birmingham
  • Striker Nathan Delfouneso is happy after bagging the opening goal for hosts Blackpool
  • Jay Bothroyd celebrates scoring the winner for QPR against West Brom at The Hawthorns
  • Scorer of Stoke's fourth goal Cameron Jerome consoles Yannick Bolasie
  • Fulham defender Brede Hangeland is somewhere in the crowd as teammates celebrate his winning goal at Blackpool
Sunderland are the biggest casualties on Tuesday night in FA Cup third round replay action.

Leeds will welcome Premier League opposition to Elland Road for the fourth time in cup competitions this season after they came from behind to beat Birmingham 2-1.

El-Hadji Diouf netted a 76th-minute winner from the penalty spot after Ross McCormack (70) cancelled out Wade Elliot's 36th-minute opener.

Leeds will now meet Tottenham after having already hosted top-flight Everton, Southampton and Chelsea in the Capital One Cup this term.

Yorkshire rivals Hull also progressed 2-1 after extra-time against League One Leyton Orient.

Tom Cairney ensured City avoided penalties with just three minutes to spare. Orient forward Dean Cox (87) sent the game into extra-time after Nick Proschwitz (41) smashed in the opener.


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