Owner Arsenal are eliminated from the FA Cup after Gabriel Magalhaes’ own goal condemned them to a 1-0 loss in the fourth round in Southampton

Manchester City survived considerable fear when they came from behind and won League Two Cheltenham 3-1 On Saturday, West Ham started with a 4-0 home win over Manchester United or Liverpool Doncaster

Gabriel steered a cross-cum-shot from Kyle Walker-Peters past Bernd Leno into the Arsenal network in 24 Minute at St. Mary’s – the first goal the Gunners conceded in six games in all competitions Southampton meets Wolvesux in Molineux in the fifth round

Cheltenham were well on their way to upset City after winning in the 59th Minute from Alfie May had taken the lead

But Pep Guardiola’s men scored three goals too late, with Phil Foden in 81 Minute scored the equalizer, Gabriel Jesus scored 2-1 three minutes later and Ferran Torres scored a third goal in stoppage time

City now face Swansea, who faced championship rivals Nottingham Forest 5-1 at Liberty Stadium Liam Cullen and Matt Grimes have each secured a brace

Anthony Knockaert cut the deficit by eleven minutes in the second half, except that Grimes scored his second with a penalty five minutes later Cullen scored again before Oliver Cooper hit the scorer list late to complete the router

West Ham’s comfortable win over League One Doncaster was opened in the second minute by Pablo Fornals, and Andriy Yarmolenko doubled the lead just after the half hour

Andy Butler scored in the 54 Minute, an own goal, and substitute Oladapo Afolayan scored on his Hammers debut

Brighton went into the fifth round after beating Blackpool 2-1 at home The winner came in the 58 Minute when Alexis Mac Allister’s shot was fired at Steven Alzate

Seagull midfielder Yves Bissouma’s fine goal from distance was previously canceled by Gary Madine in stoppage time. Brighton will face either Brentford or Leicester in round five

Chris Basham brought the blades in 39 He took the lead with a header and Billy Sharp scored two minutes after the break before Panutche Camara, who didn’t have a good chance at 0-0, answered for the guests

Famara Diedhiou won, converting a penalty in the first half, and Nahki Wells and Antoine Semenyo added more effort after the break

In another draw throughout the championship, Barnsley beat Norwich 1-0 at Oakwell thanks to a goal from Callum Styles in the second half – the Tykes will host either Chelsea or Luton in the next round

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