Yeovil have made a habit of knocking EFL sides out of the FA Cup — and the National League side did it again, beating League Two strugglers Stevenage 1-0.
'You have to enjoy every win because in the blink of an eye, that feeling is gone,' said Yeovil boss Darren Sarll after the 21st upset in the club's history.
Charlie Wakefield's goal early in the second half was enough to give Sarll victory against his former side and put the Glovers into the hat for Monday night's third round draw.
Yeovil Town's exemplary record in the FA Cup continued with their victory over Stevenage
'It's extra special that it's against my old club and we will take whatever comes now,' he added. 'It will be exciting to see what comes out of the hat. The players try so hard, there is so much that endears these players to the supporters.'
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