There have been many shocks in the third round, which saw Eddie Howe’s Magpies lose to third-tier Cambridge.
Cambridge United defeated Newcastle United in the FA Cup third round.
It ensured a debut to forget for United’s Kieran Trippier after his £12million transfer from Atletico Madrid.
The League One side blubbed the gap of 41 places between the teams, as Joe Ironside beat Newcastle’s defenders to win the game.
Newcastle could not get past DimitarMitov in the U-‘s goal, despite their best efforts.
Trippier’s inclusion, just one day after completing his move from St James’ Park, did not give the hosts the needed boost. Cambridge held on to the surprise of the day.
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Burnley, another Premier League struggler, were thrown out of the competition after they lost 2-1 at home against Championship side Huddersfield Town.
Sean Dyche was not able to make Turf Moor due a positive Covid-19 testing. Assistant Ian Woan took over the duties.
Even though Jay Rodriguez gave them a lead in the first half, the Terriers came up with a surprise as Josh Koroma’s and Matty Pearson’s goals ensured that the Clarets were forced to leave early.
Boreham Wood and Kidderminster, a non-league team, had memorable afternoons after they both booked their places for the fourth round of the tournament.
Kidderminster, which was the lowest-ranked team in the competition, won the battle to beat Championship side Reading. Amari Morgan Smith and Sam Austin both managed to cancel George Puscas’ opening, as Harriers took control of the 79 positions between them.
Boreham wood beat League One side AFC Wimbledon, 2-0, thanks to goals from Tyrone Marsh & Adrian Clifton.
Other shocks included League Two Hartlepool United defeating Championship side Blackpool. However, the hosts won 2-1 to secure a fourth round spot for first time in 13-years.
2013 FA Cup kings Wigan of League One beat Championship Blackburn 3-2 in an exciting contest at the DW Stadium.
Crystal Palace beat London rivals Millwall, 2-1, in a lunchtime derby. Leicester beat Watford, 4-1. The game was delayed due to floodlight problems.
Brentford’s Bryan Mbeumo was on the bench and scored a 21 minute hat-trick in Port Vale’s 4-1 win.
Three of the three 3pm ties were decided in extra time. Barrow and Barnsley played out a thrilling 4-4 draw at Oakwell. QPR against Rotherham ended goalless in 90 minutes. West Brom was drawn 1-1 with Brighton.
Harry Wilson’s goal gave Fulham victory over Bristol City earlier in the day.
There were also wins by Championship sides Middlesbrough and Coventry, as well as Peterborough.
Five games will start at 5.30pm on Saturday. There will be nine more games on Sunday. One game on Monday.
The draw for the fourth round will take place on Sunday afternoon.
Scores from the third round
Swindon, 1-4 Man City
Mansfield 2-3 Middlesbrough
Bristol City 0-1 Fulham(AET)
Burnley 1-2 Huddersfield
Coventry 1-0 Derby
Hartlepool 2-1 Blackpool
Millwall 1-2 Crystal Palace
Barnsley 4-4 Barrow*
Boreham Wood 2 AFC Wimbledon
Kidderminster 2 Reading
Leicester 4-1 Watford
Newcastle 0-1 Cambridge
Peterborough 2-1 Bristol Rovers
Port Vale 1-4 Brentford
QPR 0-1 Rotherham*
West Brom 1-2 Brighton*
Wigan 3-2 Blackburn
*still playing extra-time