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Derbyshire bags brace at New Den

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Birmingham strolled into the fourth round of the FA Cup as they made light work of a potential upset by brushing aside Championship team Millwall with a 4-1 hammering at the New Den.

A brace from Matt Derbyshire and a superb free-kick from David Murphy put the midlanders 3-0 up at half-time before Steve Morison missed a second-half penalty just after the break for the hosts.

Cameron Jerome then came off the bench to head home with his first touch to make it 4-0 before Millwall grabbed an injury-time consolation through substitute Danny Schofield.

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Football
Danny Schofield
Millwall
Championship
Premier League
Steve Morison
Cameron Jerome
Matt Derbyshire
Birmingham
FA Cup
David Murphy

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