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Last Updated: Tuesday, 17 January 2006, 19:18 GMT
FA Cup replay photos

Mikael Forssell scored Birmingham's second goal against Torquay

Birmingham 2-0 Torquay: A spirited Gulls challenge is ended by second-half goals from Jiri Jarosik and Mikael Forssell

Andreas Johansson (centre) is congratulated after putting Wigan ahead at Leeds

Leeds 3-3 Wigan (aet Wigan win 4-2 on pens): Andreas Johansson puts Wigan ahead, but David Healy levels for Leeds

Wigan's Matt Jackson handles to give Leeds a penalty, which David Healy converts

Jason Roberts volleys Wigan back in front, but Healy levels from the spot before Roberts and Kelly trade goals

Graham Kavanagh slots home the match-winning penalty for Wigan

No further scoring means penalties - Healy and Rob Hulse miss, but Graham Kavanagh scores to send Wigan through

Middlesbrough players celebrate their second goal as Nuneaton keeper Darren Acton (right) looks on

Middlesbrough 5-2 Nuneaton: Yakubu scores Boro's second from the penalty spot to all-but end Nuneaton's challenge

Jez Murphy celebrates scoring for Nuneaton

Boro add three more goals in the second-half before Jez Murphy's late brace gives the visiting fans a little cheer

West Brom's Richard Chaplow is congratulated after scoring against Reading

Reading 3-2 West Brom: Richard Chaplow scores a first-half brace as the visitors take command at the Madejski Stadium

Reading's Leroy Lita celebrates his first goal

But Reading hit back with Leroy Lita thumping in two before completing his hat-trick in extra time to win the tie

Tamworth's Carl Heggs (centre) supplies the pass for Nathan Jackson (not pictured) to score

Tamworth 1-1 Stoke (aet Stoke win 5-4 on pens): Carl Heggs sets up Nathan Jackson as the Conference side take the lead

Paul Gallagher (right) celebrates in front of the Stoke fans

Paul Gallagher levels late on for the Championship side with an overhead kick to send the game into extra time

Stoke players (left) celebrate their penalty shoot-out victory, while Tamworth's frustration is evident for all to see

Penalties settle the tie - Stoke's Carl Hoefkens nets the winning spot-kick after Michael Touhy's weak effort is saved


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