Swansea City 6 Pratley 19 Britton 38 Scotland 41 Bodde 42 Robinson 56 Feeney 78 Horsham 2 Farrell 19, 22
HORSHAM gave League One leaders Swansea City one almighty scare in the FA Cup tonight, but were outclassed by their hosts who went on to win this Second Round replay 6-2.
Lee Farrell scored twice to give the Hornets a 1-0 and then a 2-1 lead in an unbeliveable opening, which delighted the 397 travelling fans.
At times in the first period you could not tell there were more than 100 places between the two sides in the league pyramid, but just as it looked like an upset might be on the cards, Swansea fired home three goals inside four minutes to go 4-2 up by half time.
Leon Britton, Jason Scotland, Warren Feeney, Ferrie Bodde, Andy Robinson and Darren Pratley got on the scoresheet for Swansea.
But the Hornets gave their vocal and loyal support a night to remember with a battling display which will go down in Horsham history.
Man of the match: Lee Farrell's first half double threatened to trigger a massive upset.
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90 mins (+2) Seuke tips over from Bauza.
90 mins: Warren Feeney slices wide after ghosting in.
89 mins: Lee Carney is felled by Alan Tate and Horsham have a chance for a third from the free kick. But Jacob Mingle guides his effort well wide.
81 mins: Simon Austin tees up Lewis Taylor but the midfielder fires way over in a rare foray forward for Horsham.
78 mins: GOAL. Warren Feeney takes advantage as the Horsham defence gets used to the change and has acres to weigh up a shot which is too powerful for Seuke's left hand. Swansea 6-2 Horsham.
77 mins: Horsham substitution. Gary Charman off, Eddie French on.
73 mins: Swansea substitution, Paul Anderson, who has been excellent throughout is replaced by Andrea Orlandi.
70 mins: Feeney was set scampering away as a long ball forward catches Hemsley out, but the Northern Ireland international's shot lacked power. Horsham skipper Hemsley did well to recover.
67 mins: It's that man Bauza again, he creates the smallest amount of space and Hemsley has to throw himself at the shot.
66 mins: Booking. Jacob Mingle is very late on Robinson, giving away a free kick on the edge of the Horsham box. Robinson takes the kick himself but clears the bar.
61 mins: Bauza has been a handful since he came on, his shot hits the post and Feeney turns in the rebound, but he was ruled offside.
61 mins: Last ditch tackle from Graves prevents Bauza from making it six.
60 mins: Swansea bring Warren Feeney and Guillem Bauza on up front, and Horsham introduce Yinka Salaam for Stuart Myall.
Gallows humour from the Hornets - 'we're gonna win 6-5', and 'can we play you every week' ring out from the Lardy Boys. They're going to enjoy their night no matter what.
56 mins: GOAL. Swansea break on Horsham and Andy Robinson tucks Darren Pratley's centre into the corner of the net. Unfortunately, if it wasn't before, it's game over now. Swansea 5-2 Horsham.
If Horsham are to make something happen they need to mix things up a bit - The Swans look imperious at the moment with skipper Alan Tate reading the game well at the back.
51 mins: The hosts are playing with a swagger now - Paul Anderson checks inside Tom Graves but is cut off by Kevin Hemsley.
Horsham voices are still ringing out from the away end, but it's Swansea who are dictating the pace on the pitch.
46 mins: Swansea almost start where they finished, Andy Robinson's chip comes back off the post and falls for Seuke.
WHAT an incredible 45 minutes of football!
Six goals in total and a memorable double for the Hornets' Lee Farrell, what an advert for the magic of the FA Cup.
Not a bad way to mark the first ever FA Cup match at the Liberty Stadium.
Horsham have given Swansea an almighty scare tonight - Farrell's brace giving the away side a 2-1 lead against their league One hosts.
But the Swans picked up the tempo, scoring through Leon Britton, Jason Scotland and Ferrie Bodde.
And to cap it all off, Timmy Mallett is the half time guest, plugging his panto appearance.
42 mins: GOAL. It's four minutes of carnage as Horsham go further behind when Ferrie Bodde heads home unmarked. Swansea 4-2 Horsham.
41 mins: GOAL. Paul Anderson causes havoc down the right wing and his cross is neatly tucked away by Scotland. Swansea 3-2 Horsham
39 mins: Andy Robinson drags a shot just wide. Horsham are rocking and half time would be welcome.
38 mins: GOAL. It's been coming, Jason Scotland rolls a pass into Leon Britton who finishes with a flourish. Swansea 2-2 Horsham
36 mins: Seuke is off his line swiftly to deny Scotland after Swansea put together an attractive passing move.
It's attack v defence at times as Horsham try to hold on to their lead.
33 mins: Slack defending from Horsham sees Jason Scotland set up Ferrie Bodde but he curls a shot wide.
The Hornets must be pinching themselves at the space they are being afforded in midfield.
Frustration is growing around the Liberty Stadium as Swansea moves continue to break down.
27 mins: Booking. Simon Austin for Horsham.
26 mins: Horsham scramble clear when Andy Robinson cuts inside dangerously.
22 mins: GOAL: Dorus de Vries drops a clanger as he clears straight to Farrell who rolls the ball home. What a game we have here. Swansea 1-2 Horsham.
20 mins: GOAL: They say you are at your most vulnerable when you have scored and Darren Pratley levels for the hosts. Swansea 1-1 Horsham
19 mins: GOAL: Horsham incredibly take the lead in Swansea. Simon Austin lobbed a perfect ball over the top for Lee Farrell to latch on to and lob keeper Dorus de Vries. Swansea 0-1 Horsham.
18 mins: Seuke parries well from Leon Britton, and moments later Jason Scotland puts an effort just wide of the far post. Swansea are cranking up the pressure.
16 mins: Horsham have come intent on playing football, Simon Austin might have done better when Carney and Farrell combined to set him up.
Considering the Ospreys, Swansea's rugby club, played on this pitch on Friday, the surface is terrific and producing some great football.
12 mins: Jason Scotland squeezes between Graves and Hemsley but his shot is lacking power and is easily smothered by Paul Seuke.
11 mins: Horsham work the best opening so far, Charman finds space on the left and drills a low cross whch just evades Lee Farrell's far post lunge.
10 mins: Leon Britton runs at the Hornets defence and wins a corner when Tom Graves charges down his shot.
Both sides are having a real go and the atmosphere is electric, thanks in large to the vocal support from the fervent Hornets fans.
6 mins: Angel Rangel plays a neat one two with Paul Anderson and is just denied by Kevin Hemsley inside the box.
3 mins: The ball breaks for Gary Charman as Horsham broke at pace and the winger saw his shot go across the face of goal.
All you can hear inside a quarter full Liberty Stadium is the excited noise of the 420 or so Horsham fans in the away end.
1 min: Horsham have a very loud shout for a penalty as Lee Carney appears to be brought down by Kevin Austin. Could have been the dream start.
HORSHAM will face a much changed Swansea City side in tonight's FA Cup Second Round replay at the Liberty Stadium.
Horsham make just one change, Lee Farrell comes in for the suspended Carl Rook, who may have played his last game for the club amid rumours of a move to Tonbridge Angels.
Stuart Myall has recovered from a slight hamstring twinge to take his place in the team.
The Swans, managed by Roberto Martinez, have made seven changes to the side which drew 1-1 in Horsham on November 30 as the League One leaders look to put out a strong side in a bid to reach the third round.
Coming into the Swansea side are Jason Scotland and on-loan Liverpool starlet Paul Anderson.
Swansea: Dorus de Vries, Kevin Austin, Alan Tate, Ferrie Bodde, Leon Britton, Darren Pratley, Jason Scotland, Dennis Lawrence, Andy Robinson, Angel Rangel, Paul Anderson.
Subs: Kristian O'Leary, Andrea Orlandi, Guillem Bauza, Thomas Butler, Warren Feeney.
Horsham: Paul Seuke, Stuart Myall, Nigel Brake, Tom Graves, Kevin Hemsley, Lee Carney, Jacob Mingle, Lewis Taylor, Simon Austin, Lee Farrell, Gary Charman.
Subs: Eddie French, Ian Payne, Andy Howard, Yinka Salaam, Alan Mansfield.
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