We take a look at some of the biggest upsets in the competition’s history.
There’s no doubting what the biggest story of Saturday’s FA Cup fourth round fixtures has been – a stunning victory for League One outfit Bradford City at Stamford Bridge, with Phil Parkinson’s side coming from two goals behind to secure an astonishing 4-2 victory.
The FA cup is famed across the world for its propensity to throwing up shock results, however, so we’ve taken a look at how some of the competition’s biggest shocks line up alongside Bradford’s win:
Chelsea 2-4 Bradford City (2015)
It was an astonishing day at Stamford Bridge today as Bradford City, with their run to the League Cup final two years ago still fresh in the memory, came from two goals behind to stun Jose Mourinho’s Premier League leaders. All looked well for Chelsea in the first half, but Bradford’s physicality began to cause chaos in a makeshift back line for the hosts and they were punished late on when fine goals from Andy Halliday and Mark Yeates secured a famous win.