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Last Updated: Sunday, 8 January 2006, 13:02 GMT
Sunday's FA Cup photos

Jermaine Jenas is surrounded by his team-mates after scoring the first goal for Spurs

Leicester 3-2 Tottenham: Spurs establish a two-goal lead thanks to goals from Jermaine Jenas and Paul Stalteri

Stephen Hughes makes it 2-2 before Mark de Vries gets the Fozes a winning third goal

But Leicester fight-back to win in the second-half with goals from Elvis Hammond, Stephen Hughes and Mark de Vries

Wayne Rooney is asked for autographs as he arrives for his team's FA Cup match

Burton Albion 0-0 Man Utd: Wayne Rooney walks past a throng of fans and photographers as he arrives before kick-off

United's Phil Bardsley clears Jon Shaw's header off the line

Burton make a nonsense of the gulf between the teams, battling well and having a first-half header cleared off the line

(L-R) United's Kieran Richardson and Burton's Chris Hall compete for the ball

The plucky midlanders face a second-half onslaught but continue to frustrate their illustrious opponents

Burton captain Darren Stride leads his team in celebration

Nigel Clough's team book a lucrative third round replay at Old Trafford with a performance that wins them many plaudits

Neill Collins (L) celebrates Sunderland's opening goal

Sunderland 3-0 Northwich Victoria: Neill Collins scores from an early corner to give the Premiership side the upper hand

Dean Whitehead makes it 2-0 to Sunderland

Dean Whitehead slots home to make it 2-0 leaving the non-leaguers with a mountain to climb in the second half

Northwich manager Steve Burr praises his players after their 3-0 defeat

Anthony Le Tallec's tap-in seals Sunderland's place in round four but the Conference North side leave the field with credit

Goalscorer Craig Easton celebrates after putting Orient into the lead

Fulham 1-2 Leyton Orient: It's the best possible start for the League Two side as Craig Easton scores in the 17th minute

Joe Keith is lifted high by a team-mate after getting Orient's second goal

Just before the half-time whistle Joe Keith doubles Orient's lead and an upset looks a real prospect at Craven Cottage

Collins John (R) reacts after his penalty is saved

Collins John reduces the arrears but then has his penalty saved to put the visitors in sight of a famous victory

Leyton Orient's players salute their fans after victory

Orient hang on to record the first major shock of this year's competition, sparking euphoria among fans and players

Barry Hearn celebrates with Orient's jubilant fans

O's chairman Barry Hearn joins the supporters in celebration while savouring a place in Monday's fourth round draw




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