Twitter reacts to Eastleigh heroics and other Emirates FA Cup Replays
There were plenty of thrills and spills in last night’s batch of Emirates FA Cup First Round Replays with National League Eastleigh winning away at League One Swindon grabbing the bulk of headlines.
And the shocks didn’t stop there. Solihull Moors booked their place in the Second Round for the very first time by beating League Two Yeovil Town 4-2 on penalties after the sides drew 1-1 after extra-time.
A total of 12 First Round ties were decided yesterday evening and we’ve compiled the best of the reaction.
Eastleigh and their fans were understandably ecstatic following their 3-1 win at Swindon…
— Eastleigh FC (@EastleighFC) November 15, 2016
A home tie against FC Halifax Town is the Spitfires’ reward. But for the time being at least, boss Ronnie Moore is happy to bask in the glory of beating a side two divisions above.
What a night so proud of all my players you were immense lads , Our supporters were fantastic thanks for your backing , love you all ?
— ronnie moore (@ronniemoore53) November 15, 2016
Meanwhile, over in Solihull, one fan is dreaming of even bigger things after seeing their side make history.
Great win for @solihullmoors. Dispense with Luton and it could be the Man Utd coach pulling up in elmdon.
— Alan Crawford (@alanfcrawford1) November 16, 2016
And Moors hero Omari Sterling-James summed up the mood perfectly.
What a win !! The team put in a shift and the fans where amazing Deffo the 12th man ❤️⚽️, #FACup
— Omari Sterling (@OSterling19) November 15, 2016
Elsewhere, EFL sides Fleetwood and Notts County were pleased to finally overcome a couple of Emirates FA Cup banana skins in the shape of Southport and Boreham Wood respectively.
— Fleetwood Town FC (@ftfc) November 16, 2016
Buzzing to get my first goal for the club, boys were excellent to come back from a minor setback, on to the next round ??⚽️⚽️
— Amari’i Bell (@Amariibell) November 15, 2016
GOAL 90′ #Notts 2-0 Boreham Wood. Aaron Collins arrows one in off the bar from 20 yards to seal the victory! What a strike that is!
— Notts County FC (@Official_NCFC) November 15, 2016
And finally, congratulations to AFC Wimbledon for recording the biggest win of the night. Their 5-0 hammering of Bury booked a date with Curzon Ashton in the next round.
What a night great team performance and a goal for myself happy days! # @AFCWimbledon we go again Saturday !! Fans were great as always!!
— dean parrett (@deano_parrett19) November 15, 2016
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