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imageLONDON: Liverpool were knocked out of the FA Cup by Championship club Wolves as Tottenham survived a potential giant-killing of their own by twice coming from behind in a 4-3 win over fourth-tier Wycombe Wanderers.

Elsewhere, Premier League giants Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester City all made it comfortably through to the last 16.

Seven-times FA Cup winners Liverpool lost 2-1 at home to second-tier Wolves as the Merseysiders' season went from bad to worse.

Defeat meant Liverpool, 10 points behind Premier League leaders Chelsea -- their next opponents at Anfield on Tuesday -- had been knocked out of two cup competitions in four days following their 2-0 aggregate loss to Southampton in Wednesday's League Cup semi-final.

Wolves were ahead in under a minute, Richard Stearman heading in a free-kick and, four minutes before half-time, Andreas Weimann finished an excellent counter-attack by the Midlands club.

But, having rarely threatened, a much-changed Liverpool pulled a goal back when Divock Origi scored from close range in the 86th minute following a corner.

That, however, was good as it got for Liverpool, who have now won just one of their last eight matches in all competitions.

"We were very bad," Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp told BT Sport. "We started badly and it didn't really get better."

For Wolves, victory gave them a second Premier League scalp in this season's FA Cup after they beat Stoke City in the third round and manager Paul Lambert said: "We'll enjoy the ride. We might get dismantled in the next game but the last two (FA Cup) games have been unbelievable."

Copyright AFP (Agence France-Press), 2017

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