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Northern Irish striker scored twice to guide Wigan to one of the upsets of the round against West Ham.
January 29, 2018
Updated: January 29, 2018 01:19 PM
The FA Cup produced its usual mix of shocks results for lower league clubs and straightforward wins for the Premier League heavyweights in the fourth round.
As such, Richard Jolly's best XI for the latest round of the competition is a suitable combination of household stars and players with smaller profiles.
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Manchester City's record scorer Sergio Aguero extends stay
Unai Emery warns Arsenal against leaking late goals
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Ravindra Jadeja shines as India cruise to win over Bangladesh in Dubai
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