Wolves survive scare to advance in FA Cup

Newport and Middlesbrough drew 1-1 in the first meeting at the Riverside Stadium

Newport and Middlesbrough drew 1-1 in the first meeting at the Riverside Stadium

Newport secured the biggest upset of the night on a wet and muddy field at Rodney Parade.

"We've got Manchester City at home in the next round and what a tie it will be for us", Newport defender Mickey Demetriou said.

Having lost both of their League One matches since then, they are 16/1 (17.00) outsiders with William Hill to record a famous victory at the second attempt here.

Matt Doherty, who assisted on the game-winner, scored Wolves' first two goals in the first half. I don't know what it is with them.

On current form, he is proving himself to be every inch a solid Premier League player.

However, Konstantopoulos could not keep out Willmott's strike from outside the box two minutes into the second period and Amond fired a well-worked corner into the top corner 23 minutes from time to send Newport into the last 16 for the first time in 70 years.

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Yet Sam Ricketts, the manager of the League One strugglers, was furious at the award of six minutes of first-half stoppage time, at the end of which Doherty scored his second goal, and then at the decision to allow Cavaleiro's victor.

Shrewsbury had threatened a major upset after James Bolton levelled with a header in the 11th minute and Josh Laurent capitalized on a goalkeeping error by John Ruddy to put the visitors ahead in the 39th at Molineux.

Wolves got their victor shortly after the break when Ivan Cavellero put them 3-2 up, and the Premier League outfit saw out the remaining 30 minutes to avoid being the victims of the latest upset in the competition.

Brentford will travel to Swansea for an all-Championship tie after seeing off non-league outfit Barnet 3-1.

Brentford and Queens Park Rangers also advanced.

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