Former Carlisle United striker Ashley Nadesan helped Crawley pull off a major FA Cup upset against Leeds.

The ex-Blues loan frontman scored the second goal as the League Two outfit stunned their Premier League visitors 3-0.

Nadesan, who had two spells at Carlisle in 2018 and 2019 when on loan from Fleetwood, saw his near-post shot get past Leeds keeper Kiko Cassila as John Yems' side enjoyed a famous Third Round victory.

It came in between efforts from Nick Tsaroulla and Jordan Tunnicliffe, as Marcelo Bielsa's top-flight team fell to a side who themselves lost 3-0 to Carlisle in the league two months ago.

"It was an all-round performance we can all be proud of," said man-of-the-match Nadesan, 26, speaking to the BBC after the game.

Elsewhere, the fairytale cup run of veteran ex-Blues defender David Raven and Marine came to an end against Tottenham.

News and Star: Marine's David Raven, right, tangles with Tottenham's Carlos Vinicius (photo: PA)Marine's David Raven, right, tangles with Tottenham's Carlos Vinicius (photo: PA)

Despite the best efforts of Raven, 35, the Merseyside eighth-tier minnows went down 5-0 thanks to a Carlos Vinicius hat-trick and goals from Lucas Moura and 16-year-old Alfie Devine.

Raven, who made 154 appearances for the Blues from 2006-10, earned praise from commentators and pundits for his performance against Jose Mourinho's men.