In a predictably one-sided game today, underdogs Leeds United were beaten by the once great Histon.
Histon's win was put down to the state of the pitch (wet) and the appalling weather which the Leeds players had never experienced in the balmier climes of South Leeds.
Leeds manager Gary McAllister said, ' I told our players before the game to get the ball down and slick it around on the perfect passing surface, after 93 mins I realised that these tactics weren't going to work today'.
Histon however, took a no nonsense approach and booted the ball upfield at every opportunity, and stamped their authority on the game when Matt Langston took his chance well.
They also scrapped for every ball and every player played for the shirt - in a style reminiscent of er ... Leeds United I guess.
As a reward for their efforts, Histon have been given a bye in the next round, or a game against Swansea, their choice.
Leeds can now concentrate on the league, which they still have a mathematical chance of winning.
The Leeds coach was unavailable for further comment as it was stuck in the muddy overspill car park.