Highlights - Stoke City 2-2 West Ham United U18

Stoke City 2-2 West Ham United

Heartbreak in the shootout as two Mate Deczki saves helps Stoke to a 4-2 victory.

FULL TIME: It finishes 2-2! Nothing to separate the two sides after 120 minutes, so we go to penalties.

120 (ET): One minute to be played of added time. 2-2.

119 (ET): Great save by Deczki in the Stoke goal. Domingos Quina shoots hard from 25 yards and at full stretch the Stoke man parries it clear. 2-2

117 (ET): West Ham with much of the possession in these latter stages but have been unable to create anything of real substance. Penalties just minutes away now. 2-2.

110 (ET): Both teams look to be tiring understandably. Can West Ham find one more chance and get themselves a precious goal? 2-2

106 (ET): A quick turnaround and the second half of extra time is underway. Early chance for Jordon Greenidge but his header is easily collected by Trott. 2-2.

105 (ET): That's it for the first half of extra-time and still nothing to separate the sides. Jordon Greenidge's miss the pick of the chances. Second half to come shortly. 2-2.

103 (ET): More good play in midfield by Stoke City but have, as yet, not troubled Nathan Trott in the West Ham goal. 2-2

98 (ET): Massive chance for Stoke City. Jordon Greenidge receives it in the box, turns his man well and with just the keeper to beat from six yards, he places it well wide. Let off for West Ham.

95 (ET): Short break in play as Stoke City's Cameron McJannet receives treatment on the field. 2-2

91 (ET): Extra-Time change for The Hammers as Korrey Henry replaces Alfie Lewis.

Full Time (in 90 mins): Nothing to separate the sides after 90 minutes so we will play a further 30 minutes of extra time.

90+1: Great chance for Stoke. Thomas Edwards picks up on the right hand side of the box, fires at goal but thankfully Declan Rice is there to block and concede the corner. 2-2.

90: 3 minutes of added time to be played.

87: Yellow card for Conor Coventry who brings down the Stoke man on half way. 2-2

82: Stoke City change - Tyrese Campbell comes off for Kristofer Szereto. 2-2.

78: First change for West Ham as Anthony Scully replaces Joe Powell. 2-2.

76: Still 2-2 here at the Bet365 Stadium. It's been a much better response by the West Ham boys after a slow start to the second half. Hopefully a big finish to come. 2-2.

69: Brilliant save by Nathan Trott! Thibaud Verlinden's strike from 25-yards looked destined for the top corner but Trott's fingertips are enough to see the ball cannon in to the crossbar. 2-2

64: WEST HAM GOAL! Excellent build-up play finds Danny Kemp on the right side who's cross lays up Jahmal Hector-Ingram for a simple header from close-range. 2-2.

60: Not the start to the second half we would have wanted but the young Hammers have responded well to the double-setback. Still time to turn this around. 2-1.

53: Goal for Stoke. A second in as many minutes as Tyrese Campbell breaks free to slot past Nathan Trott from the edge of the box. 2-1

52: Goal for Stoke. The hosts have started brightly and equalise through Thomas Edwards from close range. 1-1.

46: We're back underway here after the half-time interval. No changes, Hammers leading 0-1.

Half Time: Jahmal Hector-Ingram's strike gives us the one goal advantage at the break.

45: Another excellent chance for The Hammers. Domingos Quina the architect down the left hand side, he cuts it back to Danny Kemp on the edge of the box who fires just wide. 0-1

43: Hector-Ingram again the man causing trouble, this time he dribbles his way around a defender into the Stoke box but is unable find a teammate. 0-1

36: Best chance of the game for the hosts as Jordan Greenidge picks it up 20 yards from goal but his effort just goes wide. 0-1

35: We're still looking comfortable and Jahmal Hector-Ingram is causing trouble for the Stoke defenders, but no more chances since the last update. 0-1

28: West Ham really growing in to this game now and beginning to take control. Quina the latest to go close, but his shot from outside of the box goes over. 0-1

24: Yellow card this time for Stoke City's Louis Da Silva. Danny Kemp's free-kick is then eventually collected by Mate Deczki and Stoke clear. 0-1

20: The hosts looking comfortable on the ball in midfield but rarely threatening our goal. West Ham still leading 0-1.

15: West Ham's Ben Johnson booked for a foul just outside our own box. Following free-kick sent high over the bar. 0-1

10: GOALLL! Lovely ball forward by Joe Powell who finds Jahmal Hector-Ingram in the box. The forward calmly takes it under control and slots under the keeper's body from close-range. 0-1

8: Chance for West Ham as the hosts half-heartedly clear the ball from their own box only as far as Conor Coventry whos volley goes wide. 0-0 

5: Lively start to this encounter with half chances at both ends. West Ham just beginning to bring the ball down and play with more confidence. 0-0

1: Fabulous save from Nathan Trott as Stoke City's Tyrese Campbell cuts in from the right and shoots low towards the bottom corner. The shot is parried wide and the subsequent corner is cleared. 0-0

Kick Off: We're underway at the Bet365 Stadium!

West Ham last tasted success in this prestigious competition in 1999 and will hope that tonight marks the end of a three-year spell in which we have tasted successive 3rd round exits. There is also a start tonight for 17-year old Domingos Quina, who yesterday signed his first professional contract with The Hammers.

6.45pm: The warm-ups are complete and the teams are making their way back down the tunnel with kick-off just 15 minutes away. 

West Ham United: Trott, Johnson, Neufville, Akinola, Rice, Coventry, Lewis, Kemp, Quina, Powell, Hector-Ingram.

Subs: Wells, Matrevics, Longelo, Henry, Scully.

Stoke City: Deczki; Edwards, McJannet, Dunwoody, Read, Da Silva, Verlinden, Sorensen, Greenidge, Campbell, Twyford.

Subs: Butler, Allen, Szereto, Balde, Diallo.

6pm: Hello and welcome from the bet365 Stadium! Tonight, our young Hammers take on Stoke City in their first clash in this year's FA Youth Cup. We haven't had the best of times in this competition in recent years, so let's hope tonight we can turn that around and progress to the next round! The visitors are to field a strong side this evening - team news to follow shortly.