Stourbridge caused the shock of the Emirates FA Cup Second Round by beating Northampton Town 1-0 in their re-arranged fixture last night.
A crowd of 2,520 packed into the War Memorial Athletic Ground to witness a slice of history with Jack Duggan’s 86th minute goal securing the Glassboys’ passage to the Third Round for the first time in their history.
And it’s fair to say the magnitude of the victory hasn’t quite sunk in yet…
Bloody hell! That actually really definitely really actually happened last night, didn’t it!
— Stourbridge FC (@StourbridgeFC) December 14, 2016
MK Dons were 3-1 victors over League One rivals Charlton Athletic and will visit Brighton and Hove Albion in the next round while Oxford United saw off Macclesfield Town 3-0 and will meet Rotherham United.
However, for pure drama the Replay between Fleetwood Town and Shrewsbury Town will take some beating this season.
The Cod Army found themselves 2-0 down after an hour but took full advantage of the fact the Shrews were reduced to 10-men to roar back.
A brace from Devante Cole and Ash Hunter’s stoppage-time winner capped a remarkable comeback and in turn set-up a date with Bristol City.
There are still two Emirates FA Cup Second Round ties yet to be decided.
The Replays between Peterborough United and Notts County and Newport County and Plymouth Argyle are due to be played on Tuesday December 21 and Wednesday December 22 respectively.
Fancy the Glassboys to go all the way?
Stourbridge are 4000/1 to lift this season’s Emirates FA Cup!
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