Lincoln City's fairytale FA Cup the stuff of dreams
- Author: Ronnie Bowen Feb 19, 2017,
Feb 19, 2017, 0:37
In a tie with little between the two sides, England C worldwide Raggett sneaked a header over the line in the 89th minute as the National League leaders became the first non-League club to reach the last-eight since 1914.
Goalscorer Sean Raggett summed up as "mad and crazy" his side Lincoln becoming the first non-league team in over a century to reach the FA Cup quarter-finals.
To catch up on Saturday's FA Cup action, check out or fifth round round-up. The Clarets have won 29 of their 30 premier league points at Turf Moor.
Newly crowned league champions Liverpool were overwhelming favourites against a Wimbledon team who had been playing non-league football just 11 years previously.
Barton appeared to stand on Matt Rhead's foot before running into his arm seconds later.
Burnley have progressed past Lincoln in all three of their post-war ties, although two of them had to go to replay. "It's been life-changing for us and it's been a game-changer for the football club in terms of the finance". "The last eight of the FA Cup sounds pretty good".
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Despite their most desperate efforts, the Burnley defence couldn't keep the ball out as the referee indicated that the ball had crossed the line, and Lincoln City entered dreamland.
Rhead said it was "chaos, pandemonium" in the dressing room after the players eventually left the field.
Lincoln manager Danny Cowley - whose brother Nicky is his assistant - said the odds had worked in their favour.
His header squeezed through a sea of bodies to cross the line and the 23-year-old admitted that he was stunned to score what turned out to be the winning goal.
In a scrappy and, at times, tense game, it was Raggett's header that beat Tom Heaton to secure Lincoln's place in the last eight. In the 69th minute, he clawed the face of Lincoln winger Terry Hawkridge, and amazingly got off with only a yellow card for the hand-to-face contact, which you can see in the highlights above too. Sean Raggett scored the victor in the 89 minute, after corner to the back post, was headed across the front of the goal.