Coventry will host Maidstone in the fifth round after their 4-1 victory against Sheffield Wednesday. Kasey Palmer, the Coventry player who was racially abused by a fan at Hillsborough in the Championship game between these two clubs last month, opened the scoring after three minutes with a driving run and finish inside the box.
Wednesday equalised seven minutes later, the 18-year-old Bailey Cadamarteri firing a low shot into the corner of the net. Yet in the second half the hosts took over, scoring three goals in only eight minutes. Two from the in-form Callum O’Hare put Coventry 3-1
With a 4-1 victory over Championship opponents Plymouth, Leeds advanced to the FA Cup fifth round thanks to three goals in extra time. The visitors took a 3-1 lead thanks to goals from replacements Crysencio Summerville and Georginio Rutter. An own goal by Argyle striker Ryan Hardie in the 117th minute completed a convincing victory for Leeds. They will now depart for Chelsea or Aston Villa on February 28.
After a fiercely contested first half in which Leeds twice struck the woodwork, the tie was goalless at the half. Nevertheless, their pressure eventually paid off in the second half when Wilfried Gnonto beat Conor Hazard with a composed right-foot shot from the edge of the box in the 66th minute to give the visitors the lead. Gnonto gained access to a fantastic pass from
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After a left-wing free kick by Morgan Whittaker in the 78th minute, Plymouth equalized. Following a dead ball from Whittaker, Ashley Phillips, an 18-year-old on loan from Tottenham, swung a cross over Illan Meslier to Brendan Galloway, who chested the ball home.
Seven minutes into extra time, Rutter beat Hazard with a powerful strike after cutting in from the left to set up Summerville for a fantastic individual goal. In the 111th minute, Summerville set up Rutter to whisk home Leeds’s third goal as Plymouth pushed for an extra-time equalizer. Ilia Gruev’s corner deflected off Hardie and slid past his own keeper, ending Argyle’s suffering.