Yaya Sanogo made a significant impact on his second appearance for Crystal Palace, with the striker scoring and providing an assist for former Arsenal forward Marouane Chamakh in an entertaining 3-2 victory over Southampton.
Sanogo was again handed a start by manager Alan Pardew and found the net with a deflected effort after good work from Wilfried Zaha. Prior to that Chamakh scored his first goal of the afternoon after he followed up a shot from Sanogo.
Sanogo was replaced with 78 minutes gone and will be hopeful of keeping his place in the side for the Premier League game against Everton next week.
Carl Jenkinson was also in FA Cup action, with the right-back playing the entire game as West Ham United beat Bristol City 1-0.
Lukas Podolski started on the right of the Inter Milan front three but was replaced after 66 minutes of their 1-0 defeat to Torino.
Ryo wasn’t in the squad as Twente beat Heracles 2-0 on Friday night. Reports last week suggested that the winger’s loan spell with the Dutch side is set to be terminated ahead of another temporary move.
Wellington started and played 73 minutes as Almeria were beaten 3-0 by Espanyol.
Jon Toral was introduced for the final three minutes of Brentford’s 2-1 victory over Norwich City.
Matt Macey made several good saves but couldn’t prevent Accrington Stanley from losing 2-1 to AFC Wimbledon.
Josh Vickers kept a clean sheet as Concord Rangers beat Whitehawk 3-0.
There was no fixture for Austin Lipman‘s Boreham Wood this weekend.