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Quique Sanchez Flores' Hornets, who were reduced to 10 men after Miguel Britos was shown a second yellow card with 13 minutes remaining, are still without a win this term after the 1 0 defeat at Deepdale.

Struggling SUNDERLAND earned their first win of the season after seeing off EXETER 6 3 at the Stadium of Light, striker Jermain Defoe netting a hat trick for Dick Advocaat's side.

Goals from Jack Rodwell and Defoe put Sunderland 2 0 up within 15 minutes, before Emmanuel Oyeleke and David Wheeler brought League Two Exeter back on terms.

Defoe was at it again six minutes before half time, but just before the break Tom McCready pulled Exeter level.

Rodwell grabbed his second on 64 minutes, Duncan Watmore soon added a fifth and and Defoe completed his hat trick to finally give Black Cats fans something to shout about.

STOKE CITY needed penalties to beat LUTON after a 1 1 draw at Kenilworth Road after Cameron McGeehan's last gasp equaliser cancelled out Jonathan Walters' second half strike.

Scott Griffiths missed the eighth kick for Luton in the shootout after seven perfect spot kicks for each side, giving Geoff Cameron the chance to win the tie 8 7 on penalties.

ASTON VILLA were given a shock by League Two NOTTS COUNTY, as the Premier League side had to come from behind three times to earn a 5 3 win at Villa Park.

Genaro Snijders' deflected effort gave County the lead on 17 minutes, before Adama Traore equalised with a close range finish for Villa.

Jonathan Stead put County 2 1 up from the spot, but Scott Sinclair scored the first of his three goals on the night to level just after half time.

In an end to end encounter, former Villa man Graham Burke's superb strike gave the visitors the lead again, before Sinclair's penalty on 79 minutes forced the game to extra time.

Sinclair put fake hermes leather handbags Villa ahead for the first time in the game in the extra period, before substitute Joe Bennett rounded off the win Hermes bag season with the main color coordination with a superb strike.

West Brom beat Port Vale 5 3 on penalties after a 0 0 draw at the Hawthorns, James Chester scoring the winning spot kick to send Tony Pulis' side through to the third round.

QPR's poor form in cup competitions continues as the Championship side were beaten 2 1 at home by League Two CARLISLE.

Derek Asamoah opened the scoring for Carlisle before Jay Emmanuel Thomas' equaliser, but Jason Kennedy grabbed the winner 11 minutes from time.

And in another shock, WALSALL knocked out previously unbeaten Championship side BRIGHTON 2 1 at the Banks's Stadium with teenage defender Rico Henry grabbing the priceless winner.

CRYSTAL PALACE went to extra time at Selhurst Park against but eventually saw off the League One side 4 1 thanks to goals from Dwight Gayle, Glenn Murray, Chung Yong Lee and Wilfried Zaha after Matt Tootle had given the visitors the lead.

Joe Dodoo scored a hat trick as LEICESTER CITY continued their fine form this season with a 4 1 victory at BURY, with January signing Andrej Kramaric scoring the other.

Fresh from their first win of the season against West Ham, BOURNEMOUTH off 4 0 with goals from Yann Kermorgrant, Dan Gosling and a Junior Stanislas double.

NEWCASTLE also earned their first win of the campaign, overcoming NORTHAMPTON 4 1 at St James' Park. Thauvin was the hero on his full debut, opening the scoring and assisting the Magpies' other three goals, finished off by Siem de Jong, Daryl Janmaat and Mike Williamson.

Goals from Jonathan Howson and Ricky van Wolfswinkel gave NORWICH a replica hermes handbags 2 1 win at ROTHERHAM UNITED, and SWANSEA Yorstruck three past YORK with goals from Nathan Dyer, Matt Grimes and Marvin Emnes.

IPSWICH beat DONCASTER 4 1 after extra time, the goals coming from Brett Pitman, David McGoldrick, James Alabi and Ryan Fraser, while MIDDLESBROUGH required the extra 30 minutes to see off BURTON, Christian Stuani's double seeing Aitor Karanka's side through.

Josh Murphy's extra time goal gave MK DONS a 2 1 win over fellow Championship side CARDIFF after Alex Revell opened the scoring for the Welsh side and Carl Baker equalised.

CHARLTON saw off 4 1 with Mikhail Kennedy, Karl Ahearne Grant, Ahmed Kashi and Igor Vetokele on the scoresheet, and fellow Championship side FULHAM beat SHEFFIELD UNITED 3 0 at Craven Cottage.

Jose Baxter and Kieran Wallace were sent off late on for the Blades as Ross McCormack's double and a Moussa Dembele strike gave Fulham the win.

Wesley Thomas' double gave BIRMINGHAM a 2 0 win over League One high flyers GILLINGHAM, while READING won 2 1 Hermes birkin bags fake at PORTSMOUTH thanks to goals from Nick Blackman and Garath McCleary, with Conor Chaplin grabbing Pompey's goal.

Bright Enobakhare and Liverpool loanee Sheyi Ojo gave WOLVES a 2 1 win over BARNET, Atdhe Nuhiu gave SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY a 1 0 win over OXFORD and HULL beat ROCHDALE a single goal thanks to Greg Luer's strike.

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