The FA Youth Cup
Fifth Round Proper
7pm, Tuesday 26 February 2013
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Norwich City needed extra-time to squeeze past Birmingham in The FA Youth Cup Fifth Round tie at Carrow Road.
The hosts looked to have won it when Jacob Murphy finally broke the deadlock in the 77th minute but George O'Neill snatched an equaliser for Birmingham in added time.
And with a penalty shoot-out looming, Cameron McGeehan headed Norwich's winner in the 23rd minute of extra-time.
The Canaries now face a trip to Everton in the quarter finals.
In Tuesday night's other last-16 tie, Derby County pulled off a shock to dump Manchester City out.
City, the winners in 1986 and 2008, were strong favourites ahead of the clash at Pride Park, but Darren Wassall's side struck twice in the second half to progress.
Adam Wixted opened the scoring in the 47th minute with a close-range finish after Kwame Thomas's effort was parried by City 'keeper Ian Lawlor.
City's hopes of a leveller were dealt a blow when Jose Angel Pozo la Rosa was shown a straight red card for a challenge on Jamie Hanson to reduce the visitors to ten men.
And Derby capitalised on their numerical advantage when Hanson curled home a late free-kick to set up a quarter final clash with holders Chelsea.
"Delighted and thrilled" academy boss Wassall told the club's website: "We've had some great results in the past, scoring six at Middlesbrough in the league and defeating Arsenal in The FA Youth Cup last season, but this result is probably up there with the best result we've had since we joined in 2009."