Stunned by Newcastle, Liverpool were held to a draw on the opening day of the FA Cup

Premier League runners-up Newcastle suffered the shock of being knocked out of the FA Cup against Sheffield Wednesday and Liverpool holders got lucky with a draw with Wolves, while Nottingham Forest and Bournemouth suffered eliminated in a day full of surprises in the third round. Elsewhere on a passionate afternoon of FA Cup games, Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney, the Hollywood actors who co-own Wrexham, led celebrations on social media following a surprise 4-win victory. 3 of their non-league team against second-place Coventry. But it was Wednesday the second-placed team in League One, who beat Saturday’s game with an impressive 2-1 victory at Hillsborough against third-placed Newcastle in the Premier League.

Eddie Howe’s side are unbeaten in 15 games, but Wednesday is unbeaten in the following 10 Josh WindassiThe double stunned the Magpies.

Wednesday took the lead in the 52nd minute when Windass, who was offside, redirected Dennis Adeniran’s ball from close range.

Windass scored a second 13 minutes later, converting spectacularly after being overtaken by Michael Smith.

Newcastle shortened the gap in the 68th minute when Bruno Guimaraes shoots from close range but Chris Wood squandered a golden opportunity to equalize with a shot from 10 yards.

“It’s a disappointing result for us. We know we don’t have the deepest squad of any team in the Premier League,” Howe said.

At Anfield, a difficult week for Liverpool began with a Premier League loss to Brentford, ending with a random 2-2 draw against Wolves.

Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson Becker made a fatal foul when his pass was blocked by Goncalo Guedeswho scored the opening goal in the 26th minute for Wolves.

Darwin Nunez made a great volley past Matija Sarkic to equalize in the first half and Mohamed SalahA skillful finish in the 52nd minute put Liverpool ahead.

But the Reds, who debuted Dutch striker Cody Gakpo after moving from PSV Eindhoven, were leveled in the 57th minute thanks to Hwang Hee-chan’s calm effort.

It could have been even worse for Liverpool, as Toti’s goal was disallowed for offside in the final minutes as the Reds survived to replay.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said: “The first goal shouldn’t have happened, but we all know how often Ali saves from our back.

“I’m not sure about their disallowed goal. We have a picture showing it looking offside, but I can see why they are angry about it.”

Wolves manager Julen Lopetegui was furious with the decision and also claimed Salah’s strike should have been ruled out.

“We saw that, the offside didn’t exist, I’m sorry. It was impossible. The decision was wrong,” he said.

“Then Mohamed Salah was offside before Toti touched the ball so he had the advantage.”

– ‘Amazing Chapter’ –

Sam Dalby, Elliot LeeThomas O’Connor and Paul Mullin scored for the National League side Wrexham as they took a 4-1 lead over Coventry.

Despite belated resistance from 10-man Coventry, Wrexham made it to the fourth round for the first time since 2000, sparking a celebratory post on Reynolds’ Instagram with profanities.

“It’s been a fantastic chapter in Wrexham’s story since the new owners arrived and I’m sure they will be overjoyed with what they saw today,” said Wrexham boss Phil Parkinson. know.

Forest manager Steve Cooper has appointed a completely different starting XI for the game against Blackpool following the team’s midweek win over Southampton, which sent them out of the Premier League relegation zone.

The plan backfired when the Championship team won 4-1 at Bloomfield Road, with goals from Marvin Ekpiteta, Ian Poveda, CJ Hamilton and Jerry Yates.

Two goals from Anass Zahoury and Manuel Benson helped the top team Burnley win 4-2 over Bournemouth.

Harry Kane moved closer to becoming Tottenham’s all-time leading goalscorer when he scored in the 50th minute of a 1-0 win over Portsmouth.

Kane, with four goals in four games since missing a penalty against France that led to England’s World Cup elimination, has 265 goals for Spurs – just one behind the scorer. the club’s all-time greatest, Jimmy Greaves.

(This story has not been edited by NDTV staff and was automatically generated from the aggregate feed.)

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