The FA Cup third-round once again delivered on its annual dose of footballing magic, with plenty of Premier League big boys put to the test by underdog opposition.
From Leeds United's 3-0 hammering by Crawley Town to Aston Villa's youngsters putting-up a brave fight against Sadio Mane, Mo Salah and Co, it was an entertaining weekend.
Looking-back on a memorable FA Cup round, Sportsmail's experts picked-out their favourite magical moments...
Crawley Town's shock victory over Leeds United was the giant-killing of the FA Cup third-roundInsurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The third-round delivered on its usual promise of vast contrasts between opposing teams
Smile that said it all - by Sami Mokbel
The pure joy on Alfie Devine’s face was a picture.
When you strip it all back, that’s what football should be about — the sheer delight of a young man who has just scored the first goal of his senior career, Tottenham’s fifth at Marine.
During a period that has been utterly depressing for society in general, that look of unbridled elation on the 16-year-old substitute’s face brought a smile to many people.
Alfie Devine became Tottenham's youngest ever player, scoring after coming on at Marine FC
The 16-year-old's delight at his achievement captured the spirit of the FA Cup's early roundsInsurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Show of raw emotion - by Matt Barlow
Nick Tsaroulla’s emotional post-match interview.
His fabulous solo goal sparked Crawley’s magnificent 3-0 win against Leeds, a classic third-round upset that will live long in the memory, yet it meant immeasurably more to a young footballer who has defied bad luck, injuries and rejection to offer the world a glimpse of his