The FA Cup with Budweiser
Third Round Proper replays
Tuesday 15 January 2013
Winning clubs will receive £67,500 from The FA prize fund
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by Chris Hatherall
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A brace from Marvin Sordell saw Bolton to beat their Premier League opponents Sunderland in Tuesday night's FA Cup with Budweiser Third Round replay at the Stadium of Light.
Sordell bagged the opener just after the hour-mark and secured Wanderers' progress with a 75th-minute penalty.
Jonathan Walters, who suffered such a nightmare against Chelsea in the Premier League on Saturday, produced the perfect response for Stoke City as he scored twice to help them beat Crystal Palace 4-1 at the Britannia.
Walters, who scored two own goals against the Blues before missing a penalty, showed real character to respond in style against Championship promotion-chasers Palace.
Both his goals came in extra-time after Glenn Murray's penalty had cancelled out Kenwyne Jones' opener in a dramatic tie. And Cameron Jerome then made the game safe.
Unlucky Palace also missed a penalty, Thomas Sorensen saving from Jermaine Easter.
Elsewhere, MK Dons are through to the Fourth Round for the first time in their history after beating Championship side Sheffield Wednesday 2-0.
Goals from Shaun Williams and Dean Bowditch were enough to clinch a big victory for the League One promotion hopefuls.
Williams opened the scoring with a penalty after Lewis Buxton was penalised for pulling Bowditch's shirt. Bowditch's free-kick was then allowed to bounce in by Wednesday 'keeper Stephen Bywater.
It was not quite such a good night for another League One promotion chaser, Bournemouth, who went down 1-0 at home Premier League Wigan - to end an unbeaten run of 18 matches.
The Cherries were hopeful of causing a major upset after drawing away against Roberto Matinez's side, but a spectacular goal from Mauro Boselli after only 18 minutes won it for the visitors.
Boselli fired in from 20 yards and although Bournemouth came mighty close to equalising when Marc Pugh's effort hit the bar they eventually lost for the first time since manager Eddie Howe returned to the club.
Hull City also knocked out League One opposition, winning 2-1 at Leyton Orient thanks to a winner in extra-time from Tom Cairney. But the O's pushed them all the way.
Striker Nick Proschwitz scored the opener for Hull when he controlled Liam Rosenior's cross and volleyed in but with only five minutes remaining of the 90 Dean Cox swung in a cross which looped over 'keeper Eldin Jakupovic and into the net to give Orient a lifeline.
Leeds United are also in the Fourth Round - they won 2-1 at Birmingham thanks to a late penalty from El-Hadj Diouf - while Fulham also won in dramatic style.
They needed a Kieran Richardson effort in the last minute to earn extra-time against Blackpool, who had gone ahead through Nathan Delfouneso - and then they won the tie with a headed goal from Brede Hangeland.
QPR continued their improvement under new boss Harry Redknapp as a goal from Jay Bothroyd helped them win 1-0 at West Brom.
And Brentford set up a dream Fourth Round tie against London neighbours Chelsea by beating Southend United 2-1 at Griffin Park.