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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-round

Crawley Town's shock victory over Leeds United was the giant-killing of the FA Cup third-round

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The third-round delivered on its usual promise of vast contrasts between opposing teams

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

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 rounds

The 16-year-old's delight at his achievement captured the spirit of the FA Cup's early rounds

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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

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