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FA Cup: Swansea City 4 Gillingham 1 - top 10 pictures

By Richard Trevena

Read the match report here

Read Steve Lovell's reaction here

Elliott List challenges with Declan John Picture: Ady Kerry
Elliott List challenges with Declan John Picture: Ady Kerry
Regan Charles-Cook tries to find a pass out of midfield Picture: Ady Kerry
Regan Charles-Cook tries to find a pass out of midfield Picture: Ady Kerry
Connor Ogilvie tries to play the ball out of defence watched by Connor Roberts Picture: Ady Kerry
Connor Ogilvie tries to play the ball out of defence watched by Connor Roberts Picture: Ady Kerry
Gabriel Zakuani clears under pressure from Barrie McKay Picture: Ady Kerry
Gabriel Zakuani clears under pressure from Barrie McKay Picture: Ady Kerry
Keeper Tomas Holy looks to get Gills back on the attack Picture: Ady Kerry
Keeper Tomas Holy looks to get Gills back on the attack Picture: Ady Kerry
Swansea force Gills on the defensive Picture: Ady Kerry
Swansea force Gills on the defensive Picture: Ady Kerry
Gills striker Tom Eaves challenges with Declan John Picture: Ady Kerry
Gills striker Tom Eaves challenges with Declan John Picture: Ady Kerry
Gills boss Steve Lovell makes his point to the referee at half-time Picture: Ady Kerry
Gills boss Steve Lovell makes his point to the referee at half-time Picture: Ady Kerry
Josh Rees gave Gills hope when he halved the deficit after 51 minutes Picture: Ady Kerry
Josh Rees gave Gills hope when he halved the deficit after 51 minutes Picture: Ady Kerry
Bradley Garmston looks to get to the ball ahead of Swans' Daniel James Picture: Ady Kerry
Bradley Garmston looks to get to the ball ahead of Swans' Daniel James Picture: Ady Kerry

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