Middlesbrough cause FA Cup shock

Middlesbrough is knocking out some of English soccer's greatest clubs in the FA Cup.
Middlesbrough defeated Tottenham 1-0 in the fifth round of the tournament on Tuesday.
The side led by Chris Wilder, who recently coached Sheffield United in the Premier League, needs a penalty shootout win at Old Trafford to go to the fourth round.
At Middlesbrough's Riverside Stadium, substitute Josh Coburn, 19, kept onside to run onto a through-ball and slam a soaring finish into the top corner.
It assured lower-league representation in the quarterfinal draw, albeit it was the only unexpected result Tuesday.
Manchester City beat Peterborough 2-0, with goals from Riyad Mahrez and Jack Grealish in the second half.
Crystal Palace beat Championship side Stoke 2-1.
Tottenham, whose last prize was the League Cup in 2008, will finish the season without a trophy.
After last week's loss to Burnley, Tottenham's emotional manager, Antonio Conte, questioned his leadership abilities.
He was more composed following the last defeat, which followed victories over Manchester City and Leeds.
“I repeat, we must avoid the up and down, up and down,” Conte remarked. “We must continue forward and do our best this season.
“We have to give our all for the rest of the season and then see where we stand. It's too early to comment” he continues.
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