11th January 2016
Nathan Dyer made his first start for Leicester City as they were taken to a replay by Tottenham Hotspur in their FA Cup third-round tie at White Hart Lane.
The Swans loanee was at the centre of a controversial penalty decision in the 89th minute, as referee Robert Madley adjudged Dyer to have handled the ball in the box.
Leicester had been leading 2-1 thanks to goals from Marcin Wasilewski and substitute Shinji Okazaki, but Harry Kane's late spotkick forced a replay.
Connor Roberts was also involved in some late drama as Yeovil claimed a last-gasp equaliser in their tie against Carlisle, which ended 2-2.
In a game which took place in Blackpool's Bloomfield Road due to the recent floods in Carlisle, Roberts played the full 90 minutes as Darren Way's side earned a replay after sub Shaun Jeffers' late goal.
In the Scottish Cup, Alex Samuel again got 90 minutes under his belt as Morton advanced to the fifth round thanks to a 1-0 win at Livingston.
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