Another wild weekend in the FA Cup shows that English football's oldest cup competition is doing just fine. Iain Macintosh looks back at the best and worst performances.
They are the first nonleague team to reach the FA Cup sixth round since 1914, and they might just be responsible for the greatest shock in the history of the competition. On Saturday afternoon, Lincoln City of the National League went to the home of Premier League Burnley and beat them with a dramatic goal in the dying...
Lincoln City assistant manager Nicky Cowley welcomes the club's FA Cup success but insists it is promotion to the Football League that would be a "life-changer'' for the club.
Sean Raggett's late winner secured a shock 1-0 win at top-flight Burnley on Saturday that means Lincoln are the first non-league club to reach the FA Cup quarterfinals since 1914.
On Tuesday the National League leaders resume their quest to return to League Two for the first time since 2011 when they visit North Ferriby, an...
Chelsea captain John Terry said Burnley's shock FA Cup exit to non-league Lincoln gave the Premier League leaders a warning not to suffer the same fate against Wolves.
Pedro and Diego Costa scored the second-half goals to put Chelsea in the quarterfinals of the competition with a 2-0 win at Molineux.
But the result from Turf Moor, where Burnley went down 1-0 to National League leaders Lincoln, proved a timely reminder of what to avoid.
Terry told BT Sport 2: "It was kind of a wake-up call that we...