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Millwall's FA Cup dream remained on track with a headed goal from Murray Wallace securing a place in the sixth round. LONDON -- For two clubs who have caught the attention of Hollywood scriptwriters, this Fifth Round FA Cup tie was a rather low-key affair.The story of AFC Wimbledon, the phoenix club formed by fans after the original Wimbledon FC relocated from South London to Milton Keynes, is being turned into a film by American studio Fox 2000.Millwall's reputation for fan violence earned the club's fans the dubious honour of a depiction in the much-mocked 2005 hooligan hagiography Green Street Hooligans.But...Wimbledon 0-1 Millwall: Lions keep rolling
Millwall's FA Cup dream remained on track with a headed goal from Murray Wallace securing a place in the sixth round.Wimbledon capture 'magic of the cup'; time for Man United to hire Solskjaer full-time?
After West Ham and Everton were knocked out of the FA Cup by lower-division sides, the FC crew examine what made those upsets possible. League 1's bottom-side AFC Wimbledon pulled off a massive shock by defeating Premier League club West Ham United 4-2 in Round 4 of the FA Cup. Murray Wallace scored in the fourth minute of stoppage time to seal an extraordinary win for Championship Millwall over Everton in the FA Cup. While the Premier League may have taken a break this week for the fourth round of the FA Cup, Nick Miller had no such leisure. Here are his top storylines from the weekend that was in England's oldest competition.Missed point of the weekendWas there a definitive point in time when it became effectively impossible to defend modern football? Or some aspects of it, anyway. It was certainly before Tottenham's FA Cup defeat to Crystal Palace on Sunday, but Mauricio Pochettino's words after that game...
After West Ham and Everton were knocked out of the FA Cup by lower-division sides, the FC crew examine what made those upsets possible.Wimbledon humble West Ham in FA Cup shock
AFC WimbledonWest Ham United42FTGame DetailsLive football odds with bet365. Bet Now »GameCastLineups and StatsWest Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini said he was "ashamed" of his team after League One strugglers AFC Wimbledon delivered an FA Cup fourth-round shock to his Hammers in a gripping tie in south-west London that ended 4-2 on Saturday.Wimbledon, bottom of England's third tier, took full advantage of a lacklustre West Ham display with Kwesi Appiah putting them ahead before Scott Wagstaff's expertly-taken double, the first a cool finish and the second a volley, either side of halftime put them 3-0 up against...Wimbledon 4-2 West Ham: Hammers stunned at Kingsmeadow
League 1's bottom-side AFC Wimbledon pulled off a massive shock by defeating Premier League club West Ham United 4-2 in Round 4 of the FA Cup.