Liverpool vs Shrewsbury, Tottenham vs Morecambe and West Ham vs Leeds – Goals and highlights – FA Cup 21/22

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Hello everyone and welcome along to our FA Cup third round live blog this Sunday, January 9 where we’ll be bringing you all the latest updates from the various ties taking part across England. With various Premier League clubs facing lower league opposition, fans are eager to see whether any more giant killings might take place, following Cambridge United’s 1-0 away win over Newcastle on Saturday. Could it happen to Liverpool against Shrewsburyor to Tottenham against Morecambe?

FA cup third round LIVE

This is the start of our FA Cup third round live blog, with updates from the day’s action following on from here. As always, the entries nearest the top are the most recent ones.


  • West Ham 2-0 Leeds
  • Liverpool 4-1 Shrewsbury
  • Tottenham 3-1 Morecambe
  • Wolves 3-0 Sheffield United
  • Charlton 0-1 Norwich
  • Stoke 2-0 Leyton Orient
  • Luton 4-0 Harrogate Town

Cardiff vs Preston finished 1-1 after 90 minutes, so that game has gone to extra time.

West Ham vs Leeds: Minute 90+3

GOAL FOR WEST HAM! Leeds pushed forward in search of an equaliser and were hit on the counter-attack, as Antonio picked out Bowen, who hit a first-time finish under Melier. West Ham 2-0 Leeds.

Liverpool vs Shrewsbury: Minute 90+3

GOAL FOR LIVERPOOL! Fabinho has grabbed his second and Liverpool’s fourth in the dying embers of the game, firing past Marko Morosi from a tight angle. Liverpool 4-1 Shrewsbury.

West Ham vs Leeds: Minute 88

Jack Harrison’s cross from the left towards Daniel James was missed by West Ham center-back Craig Dawson, which meant the Welshman had a great chance to equalise, but he wasn’t fully aware and didn’t make a good contact.

Tottenham vs Morecambe: Minute 88

GOAL FOR SPURS! The game has now been put beyond doubt, as Harry Kane has grabbed Spurs’ third goal. Tottenham 3-1 Morecambe.

Tottenham vs Morecambe: Minute 85

GOAL FOR SPURS! Lucas Moura has given Spurs the lead and completed the comeback, having sprinted clear, rounded the goalkeeper and finished into the empty net. Tottenham 2-1 Morecambe.

West Ham vs Leeds: Minute 83

Leeds appeal for a penalty! Crysencio Summerville’s cross appeared to hit the top of Ben Johnson’s shoulder, with the West Ham defender leaning in towards the ball, but nothing is given.

Liverpool vs Shrewsbury: Minute 78

GOAL FOR LIVERPOOL! Liverpool have now opened up a two-goal lead after Roberto Firmino backheeled the ball into the back of the net, following Conor Bradley’s cross. Liverpool 3-1 Shrewsbury.

Tottenham vs Morecambe: Minute 74

GOAL FOR SPURS! Harry Winks’ free-kick evaded everyone and flew over the headed of the Morecambe goalkeeper. Tottenham 1-1 Morecambe.

Tottenham vs Morecambe: Minute 69

Conte has turned to his bench as he looks to turn things around, with Harry Kane, Lucas Moura and Oliver Skipp replacing Bryan Gil, Tanguy Ndombele and Dele Alli. Ndombele came off to boos and walked straight down the tunnel.

West Ham vs Leeds: Minute 68

Junior Firpo, who collided with teammate Illan Meslier at the end of the first half, is still feeling the aftereffects and has been withdrawn in what is a concussion substitution. Cody Dramah has come on for him.

Liverpool vs Shrewsbury: Minute 63

There are more attacking reinforcements coming on for Liverpool, as Roberto Firmino replaces Elijah Dixon-Bonner. The Reds will be keen to grab a third goal and all but secure their place in the fourth round.

Tottenham vs Morecambe: Minute 61

Ryan Sessegnon had a good chance to pull Spurs level, but he dragged his effort wide from inside the area. It’s still 1-0 to Morecambe at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Liverpool vs Shrewsbury: Minute 58

Takumi Minamino has made an impressive impact since coming on at half time, having replaced Max Woltman, as he is causing all sorts of problems for the Shrewsbury defence. At the moment, though, Liverpool have been unable to add to their 2-1 lead.

Tottenham vs Morecambe: Minute 55

There has been no major improvement from the hosts just yet, as they still trail 1-0. Surely it won’t be long until Antonio Conte has to bring on Harry Kane.

West Ham vs Leeds: Minute 52

Antonio got through a couple of defenders and picked out Jarrod Bowen, whose low shot was well saved by Meslier.

Second half

The second halves of the 2pm kick-offs are now underway.


  • Stoke City 1-0 Leyton Orient
  • Cardiff City 1-0 Preston North End
  • Charlton Athletic 0-0 Norwich City
  • Wolves 1-0 Sheffield United
  • West Ham United 1-0 Leeds United
  • Tottenham Hotspur 0-1 Morecambe
  • Liverpool 2-1 Shrewsbury Town

Minute 44: Liverpool vs Shewsbury: Fabinho scores

Fabinho scores from the spot to give Liverpool the lead on the stroke of half time.

Minute 34: West Ham vs Leeds: Lanzini scores!

At the second attempt, following a fine save from Meslier, Lanzini scrambles the ball home to give West Ham the lead.

Minute 34: Liverpool vs Shrewsbury: Quick response from hosts

Shrewsbury took a shock lead on 27 minutes through Udoh, but 17-year-old Gordon pulls Liverpool level seven minutes later.

Minute 33: Spurs vs Morecambe: Shock lead for the visitors

Could another giant-killing be on the way? Morecambe take a shock lead at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium through O’Connor’s strike.

Minute 24: West Ham vs Leeds: Big penalty shout

Craig Dawson appears to nudge the ball with his arm as he goes to head clear, but the referee is not interested in the Leeds protests.

Minute 22: Spurs vs Morecambe: Doherty hits the post

A corner from the right evades everyone apart from Matt Doherty at the back post, who tries to direct the ball towards the goal but can only find the post.

Minute 14: Wolves vs Sheffield United: Podence scores

Daniel Podence continues on from his fine performance at Old Trafford by putting Wolves ahead at Molineux.

Minute 10: Spurs vs Morecambe: Rodon error almost costly

Spurs have dominated in the opening exchanges, but Joe Rodon’s short backpass is almost seized upon, but for the intervention of Gollini.


We’re underway in the eight 14:00 GMT kick-off games in the FA Cup third round.

FA Cup third round fixtures: Sunday, January 9

  • Stoke City vs Leyton Orient
  • Cardiff City vs Preston North End
  • Charlton Athletic vs Norwich City
  • Wolverhampton vs Sheffield United
  • West Ham United vs Leeds United
  • Tottenham Hotspur vs Morecambe
  • Liverpool vs Shrewsbury Town
  • Nottingham Forest vs Arsenal


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