Simeon Jackson hasn't been playing much for Norwich in the EPL this season, but he proved clutch in the FA Cup this weekend. Goal.com recaps that plus more.
While he has been struggling for playing time in the league, Simeon Jackson proved again this past Saturday that he can still be a clutch player when called upon.
The 25-year-old striker scored Norwich's second in a 3-0 rout of Championship side Peterborough United, helping the Canaries advance to the next round of the FA Cup. Jackson went the full 90 in the match, something that rarely happens for the Canadian these days.
De Guzman starts for Swansea versus Arsenal
Jonathan de Guzman played the first 55 minutes in Swansea's thrilling 2-2 FA Cup draw with Arsenal on Sunday.
The Canadian-born midfielder was replaced in the second half by Michu, who scored just three minutes after the substitution.
Hoilett still injured, misses QPR draw
Still recovering from an injury suffered earlier in the week, Junior Hoilett was not in the matchday 18 for Queens Park Rangers in a 1-1 FA Cup draw with West Brom over the weekend.
Edgar plays second half in Burnley loss
Defender David Edgar entered at halftime for 10-man Burnley, which fell to fellow Championship side Barnsley 1-0 and is now out of the FA Cup.
Edgar came into the match after teammate Brian Stock was shown his second yellow.
Haber scores winner for Stevenage
Marcus Haber notched the game-winning goal as Stevenage battled to a come-from-behind 2-1 victory over Crewe Alexandria in League One action on Saturday.
The win allowed Haber's side to leapfrog Crewe in the standings. Stevenage now sits in ninth place, a single point above the team it had just beaten.
Hume goes 90 as Doncaster rolls on
Iain Hume played the full match for red-hot Doncaster Rovers, who won 1-0 over hapless Colchester United over the weekend.
The victory allowed Rovers to keep pace with Tranmere atop the League One table. Both teams have amassed 50 points over 26 matches.
Klukowski, Nakajima-Farran face off in Cyprus
Issey Nakajima-Farran made his debut Sunday with new club Alki Larnaca - he's on loan from AEK Larnaca - by entering as a halftime substitute versus APOEL.
Compatriot Mike Klukowski was starting for the opposition, and he went 69 minutes before being subbed for a more attacking player as APOEL went for the victory.
However, the game ended in a 1-1 stalemate, as the sides traded late second half goals.
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