Portsmouth 6 King's Lynn 1 match centre: REACTION as Blues stroll into FA Cup third round

Pompey play host to National League King’s Lynn Town today in the second round of the FA Cup.

Saturday, 28th November 2020, 4:53 pm
Pompey play host to King's Lynn Town today in the FA Cup

Blues boss Kenny Jackett has never lost to a non-league side in the famous, old competition.

And he’ll be out to maintain that record at today’s game at Fratton Park.

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He should have a good chance of doing that, having promised to keep changes to his starting XI to a minimum.

However, with Pompey scheduled to play Blackpool at Bloomfield Road on Tuesday night, it wouldn’t surprise many if one eye at least is on that game.

You can keep up to date with all the goings-on at Fratton Park today with the help of our live match centre.

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Pompey 6 King’s Lynn 1

Last updated: Saturday, 28 November, 2020, 17:26

  • Pompey looking to progress to third round of the FA Cup
  • Boss has never lost to a non-league side in the Cup
  • Jackett makes five changes
  • Nicolaisen nets opener after just two minutes
  • Naylor adds second on 30 minutes
  • Raggett notches third in 52nd minute
  • Harness bags fourth on 58 minutes
  • Harrison notches fifth from penalty spot
  • Hiwula makes it six with first Pompey goal

Kenny Jackett’s F/T verdict

Raggett hits the post with the last kick of the game. He nods HArness’ free-kick off the woodword.

A comfortable win for Pompey as they move into the third round of the Cup

Three minutes 

Southwell almost nothces his second of the game but Bass makes a good stop at his near post 

Marquis should hit the target but he heads wide when in all sorts of space 

Harness almost adds a seventh when his shot from the edge of the box heads for a top corner, but Mair makes a fine save to his left 

Marquis on for Harrison


This is getting silly. Hiwula now nets his first Blues goal! 

What a finish that was as well. From the edge of the box, he bends a right-footed shot into the far corner

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