Championship leaders Cardiff City are out of the FA Cup after being beaten 2-1 by non-league Macclesfield Town.
Cardiff manager Malky Mackay had rested a number of senior players for the tie.
A Nathaniel Jarvis goal looked like being enough to put the Bluebirds through but two goals in the last five minutes from Matthew Barnes-Homer - the second from the penalty spot - meant defeat for Cardiff.It's the first time in Macclesfield's history that they've got through to the fourth round.
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