Goalkeeper Joe Day runs off pitch after news of wife entering labour

'This could end up like Bullseye - look what you could have won'

'This could end up like Bullseye - look what you could have won'

The Exiles generally outplayed Tony Pulis' sluggish outfit and eventually heaved their way to a 2-0 victory thanks to a couple of second-half goals from Robbie Willmott and Padraig Amond, the latter being an absolute beauty...

Day, 28, rushed from the Rodney Parade pitch at the end of Tuesday's fourth-round replay, having learnt his wife Lizzie had gone into labour.

But there was nothing the 40-year-old Greek could do about the clincher as a right-wing corner routine produced a stunning second Newport goal.

Newport took Tottenham to a fourth-round replay last season and Michael Flynn's side now have a date with City to look forward to later this month. "If they come tonight, what a special birthday they will have".

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Meanwhile, Wolves recovered from a goal down to see off League One strugglers Shrewsbury Town, with Ivan Cavaleiro netting the victor in a 3-2 victory at Molineux.

Premier League Wolverhampton Wanderers saw off a determined Shrewsbury Town to win 3-2 at home and will be joined in the fifth round by Queens Park Rangers, who overcame Portsmouth 2-0.

Seeing off 'Boro means that Newport have earned themselves a home tie in the fifth round and will therefore be welcoming Man City to their place on 16th February.

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