Blackburn knock out Arsenal

  • Last Updated: February 16 2013, 20:25 GMT

A review of Saturday's action in the fifth round of the FA Cup.

  • Colin Kazim-Richards celebrates Blackburn's winner at Arsenal.
  • Matt Smith's late goal secured a 2-2 draw for Oldham at home to Everton. 
  • Millwall celebrate the 3-0 victory over Luton. 
  • Barnsley marched on with success against MK Dons. 

Blackburn snatched a 1-0 win at Arsenal's Emirates Stadium to upset the odds in their FA Cup clash.

The Gunners dominated the contest against the npower Championship club and had several chances to score, but saw their way through to goal blocked by a stunning performance by Rovers goalkeeper Jake Kean.

Tomas Rosicky also hit the crossbar for the Barclays Premier League side after 67 minutes.

Colin Kazim-Richards grabbed what proved to be the winner just five minutes later, smashing in the rebound after Wojciech Szczesny had saved Martin Olsson's initial strike.

  • Fans of non-league Luton were up for their fifth-round clash with Championship Millwall
  • Luton and Millwall line-up at Kenilworth Road
  • Zampa the Lion and Happy Harry in jovial mood
  • Millwall defender Alan Dunne vies with Luton midfielder JJ ODonnell
  • Millwall's James Henry celebrates scoring the opening goal against Luton
  • Rob Hulse is mobbed by team-mates after doubling Millwall's lead over Luton
  • Barnsley's Kelvin Etuhu and Shaun Williams of MK Dons compete for the ball
  • Chris Dagnall was on target for Barnsley in the early stages
  • Chris Dagnall points to the sky after opening the scoring for Barnsley at MK Dons
  • Arsenal midfielder Francis Coquelin and Blackburn's Martin Olsson battle for the ball
  • Mikel Arteta in full stride under the watchful eye of Jordan Rhodes
  • Jordan Rhodes fends off the attentions of Thomas Vermaelen
  • Colin Kazim-Richards fires Blackburn ahead against Arsenal
  • The Turkey international midfielder leads the celebrations
  • Jack Wilshere, Theo Walcott and Santi Cazorla were called upon for a late rescue act
  • Theo Walcott was left slumped as Arsenal were dumped out of the FA Cup
  • Jack Wilshere squats as Blackburn celebrate
  • Everton manager David Moyes arrives at Boundary Park
  • Everton defender Tony Hibbert watches the game from the away end
  • Nikica Jelavic tussles for the ball with Jean-Yves M'voto
  • Jordan Obita wheels away after scoring the opening goal
  • Oldham celebrate their early goal against Everton
  • Victor Anichebe fires in an equaliser for Everton
  • Phil Jagielka nodded Everton in front early in the second half
  • But Matt Smith grabbed a dramatic late leveller for Oldham
All the best pictures from Saturday's FA Cup fifth-round action.

Matt Smith rescued a dramatic 2-2 draw for Oldham against Everton at Boundary Park to earn a replay.

The 6ft 6in striker substitute, who scored twice in the previous round to see off Liverpool, was at it again with a towering header deep in stoppage time.

Jordan Obita gave the League One strugglers the lead but the Premier League side struck back with goals from Victor Anichebe and Phil Jagielka before Smith's late intervention.

James Henry, Rob Hulse and Dany N'Guessan were all on target as Millwall reached the FA Cup quarter-finals after a comfortable 3-0 win at Luton on Saturday.

Henry gave the Lions the lead in the 12th minute when he made the most of poor Luton defending to run through on goal and round keeper Mark Tyler before slotting into an empty net.

That lead was doubled nine minutes before the break when Hulse acrobatically shinned a volley over Tyler from a tight angle after good work by Henry down the right.

N'Guessan sealed Millwall's passage into the last eight late on when he swept home after Tyler had saved an effort from John Marquis.

Barnsley made it a hat-trick of Championship teams in the quarter-finals with a 3-1 victory at League One MK Dons.

Chris Dagnall opened the scoring for the visitors after just three minutes before Marlon Harewood doubled the lead in the 20th minute.

MK Dons fought back in the second half with a goal from Dean Bowditch but Dagnall's second in stoppage time put the tie to bed. Alan Smith's late dismissal rounded off a miserable afternoon for the home side.

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