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Published on Jan 30, 2011
Torquay v Crawley Town The FA Cup 4th Round - 29/01/11
The FA Cup sponsored by E.ON Saturday 29 - Sunday 30 January 2011 Fourth round weekend
Crawley missed two penalties but still edged out League Two Torquay to become the first non-league side to reach the FA Cup fifth round for 17 years. Matt Tubbs put the Blue Square Bet Premier side ahead with a neat finish. Gulls keeper Scott Bevan kept his side in the game by saving a Tubbs penalty after Chris Zebroski was sent off. Bevan repeated his heroics from Craig McAllister's spot-kick before Crawley had Dean Howell dismissed but Torquay could not force an equaliser. Kevin Nicholson crashed a long-range volley against the top of the visitors' bar in the closing minutes but Town, who have already shocked Derby and Swindon this season, held on to continue their remarkable run.
Only five other sides from outside the Football League have reached the last 16 of the Cup, and none have made it this far since Kidderminster Harriers in 1994. Their reward? Manchester United in the next round!