Cooper blazes it over! Brighton are through to the FA Cup semi-finals!
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Millwall - Brighton & Hove Albion
The Emirates FA Cup - 17 March 2019
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Dunk... sends the keeper the wrong way! 5-4 to Brighton!
Morrison scores, as cool as you like!
Stephens just gets it past Martin's outstretched hand. It's 4-3 to Brighton with one Millwall penalty to go.
Romeo has the chance to win it for Millwall... But Ryan saves it!
Propper takes a great spot kick and it's 3-3... Can Millwall win it?
Leonard makes no mistake and Millwall have the lead again!
March backs up his strong showing off the bench with an excellent penalty! 2-2
Tunnicliffe scores! Great penalty and Millwall are 2-1 up after two penalties each.
Brighton are off the mark in the shoot-out!
Williams scores! Millwall have the lead in the shoot-out!
Glenn Murray misses the first penalty!
His spot kick crashes off the bar.
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And that's full-time. We're going to penalties to separate these two sides.
Brighton are denied the winner by the flag! Montoya is flagged incorrectly by Sian Massey as he squares it to Murray, who duly blasts it into the net. That should have been Brighton's ticket to the semi-finals!
- Red cardShane FergusonMillwall
Ferguson gives away a foul on Dunk then inexplicably rakes his studs down the back of the Brighton defender's calf. The referee doesn't hesitate to pull out a red card.
Stephens strikes a powerful effort towards goal from outside the box but Martin gets himself behind it and holds on.
A corner finds Duffy at the far post and he can force the ball to Locadia, who fires off a powerful effort just over.
Brighton are having all of the possession now. Millwall have defended doggedly all game and are now visibly tired.
Izquierdo cuts it back from the right-hand side of the box and Locadia in there. He misses the ball on the first effort then slips as he tries to make it to the loose ball.
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And we're back! March goes on the attack down the right and drives it towards goal but Martin makes a solid save.
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And that's half-time in extra time. There are just 15 minutes left to find a winner or we'll be heading for penalties.
Murray feeds Izquiero on the left-hand side of the box and he squares it to March, who attempts to beat the Martin at his near post but the keeper is able to pad it wide.
Morrison lays it off to Meredith, who shifts the ball on to his left foot and shoots towards the bottom corner but Ryan gets a hand to it and pushes it clear.
Izquiero cuts inside from the left and shoots from distance but Martin gets behind it and makes the save.
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We're back for extra time - what way will this cup tie go?
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And that's full time. We're heading for extra time at the Den after Brighton's dramatic comeback denies Millwall a place in the FA Cup semi-final.
- GoalSolly MarchBrighton & Hove Albion
What a time for Martin to make an error! March sends in a free kick towards the far post and the Millwall keeper pads it into his own net after a huge error of judgement! What a comeback!
Was that the last chance for Brighton? March plays a neat through ball to Iquierdo, who can only shoot straight at Martin from a narrow angle.
Glenn Murray tries to flick on a cross and Brighton appeal for a penalty for a handball against Pearce but the ball clearly hit the Irish defender's chest.
- GoalJürgen LocadiaBrighton & Hove Albion
WHAT A GOAL!!
March does brilliantly down the right and attempts to cut the ball back. His pass is cleared as far as Locadia, who turns and thumps a volley into the back of the net. Brighton are still alive in this cup tie!
Brighton are camped outside the Millwall area but the hosts are happy to sit back and soak up the pressure as they close in on a trip to Wembley.
Bernardo swings in a decent cross to Murray, who has barely had a look in today but the veteran striker sends his header wide.
Millwall surely have an FA Cup semi-final to look forward to now! Wallace, who has been brilliant down the right picks up a loose ball and beats Bernardo squares it to O'Brien who applies the finish!
Chris Hughton has made all of his changes now as he looks to force an equaliser.
Almost an instant reply from Brighton as Bernardo meets a Knockaert free kick but he cannot direct his header goalwards when he should have done better.
- GoalAlex PearceMillwall
Pearce sends the Den wild as he meets a corner at the far post, shrugs off the attentions of Dunk and heads home. We're 20 minutes away from a huge upset!
- Yellow cardMartín MontoyaBrighton & Hove Albion
Montoya gets his name taken for a late challenge.
- OffAlireza JahanbakhshBrighton & Hove Albion
- OnSolly MarchBrighton & Hove Albion
We've got the first change of the day as March comes on for Jahanbakhsh.
Ryan has to come off his line quickly once more as Leonard slips in Gregory and the keeper puts the shot behind for a corner, which Cooper heads wide at the far post.
A good move from Milllwall at the other end results in Williams shooting from just outside the box and Ryan makes a comfortable save.
Bernardo does well down the left but his cross is overhit and doesn't trouble the Millwall defence. However, Romeo goes in hard on the full-back and is lucky not to give away a foul and potentially even pick up a booking.
That's the closest we've come to a goal so far. Gregory slips the ball between two defenders and into the path of Wallace but Ryan is quick off his line to block his effort.
Much like the first half, Brighton have grown into this second half and are currently enjoying a decent spell of possession. Murray works the ball to Kayal on the right and the Israeli is furious not to be given a free kick after going down under Ferguson's challenge.
The conditions are starting to become a factor in this match as another Ryan clearance is picked up by the wind and hailstones start to fall. The atmosphere in the Den sounds typically intimidating.
That was almost a horrendous error!
Duffy tries to hold off Gregory and shepherd the ball to Ryan, whose eventual clearance hits his centre back and bounces agonisingly towards goal. For a cringeworthy moment it looked as though it would trickle into the net but the keeper got back and rescued the situation.
Kayal is behind the first action point of the second half, getting himself a yard of space and Martin scoops up his cross-shot.
And we're back! Brighton get the second half under way as both sides look to book a place at Wembley.
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And that's half-time. There was a bright start to this match from Millwall in particular but that feels like a long time ago. Brighton came into the match as the half wore on and could have had a penalty late in the first half.
Knockaert swings in a great corner to the far post and finds Duffy, who puts his header wide. But Dunk is furious and chases after the referee, appealing for a penalty and it certainly appears that his fellow centre-back was being tugged back.
- Yellow cardBernardoBrighton & Hove Albion
We've got our first booking of the match as Bernardo goes in hard and he can have no complaints about having his name taken.
Knockaert steps inside his man and whips in a great cross which beats Pearce but Kayal's header is tame and goes straight to Martin.
Gregory tries to dink one over Ryan and into the far corner but the ball goes onto the roof of the net.
Martin gets down low to make a good block from a speculative Kayal effort from the edge of the box.
Millwall work the ball to Romeo on the right and he beats one man but a heavy touch allows Stephens to clear the ball.
Brighton have one of their brighter moments now. Knockaert's corner is punched away by Martin and the ball works its way to Kayal on the edge of the box but his shot is blocked by the Millwall back line.
We're halfway through the first half now Millwall will probably be the happier of the two teams. While they couldn't capitalise on their bright start, they've had more possession and have generally been more threatening, although Brighton have come back into it now.
Brighton have the chance to counter but the pass to Wallace is overhit and drifts harmlessly out of play. A waste of a good position.
A nervous moment for Millwall as Ferguson fails to challenge Knockaert, who skips in to the area but the danger is soon snuffed out and the makeshift left-back's blushes are spared.
Duffy is putting his body on the line to keep Brighton on level terms, making two blocks in quick succession and he is visibly feeling the effects of the second one.
Brighton have settled and are enjoying a bit more possession. Propper tries to thread a through ball to Murray but it's overhit and the striker can't get on the end of it.
Wallace floats the ball in from a free kick towards the far post and it's met by Cooper, whose header is saved easily by Ryan as Millwall's positive start at The Den continues.
Gregory does well again, lifting the ball over a defender and driving a shot which hits his team-mate Leonard and goes harmlessly wide for a goal kick.
This has been a really positive start from Millwall. They've dominated possession and Romeo gets some space down the right and feeds Gregory, who does well but the eventual shot drifts wide.
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And we're off! Milwall get the game started and immediately probe down the right but the eventual cross fails to beat the first man.
Brighton meanwhile last reached the last eight last season, when they fell to Manchester United.
Millwall have been cup specialists in recent years. They last reached this stage of the FA Cup two seasons ago, a run that included wins over Leicester City and Watford.
Millwall put a much-needed end to a four-match losing streak with a 2-0 victory over Birmingham City in midweek, while Brighton have edged towards another season of Premier League football with wins in their last two matches!
After plenty of FA Cup drama at the Liberty Stadium and Molineux yesterday, we're at the Den as Millwall host Brighton. Who will claim the final place in the semi-finals?