We take a look at all the essentials from our elimination from the Emirates FA Cup following a 3-1 defeat against Charlton Athletic.
United exited the Emirates FA Cup following defeat against the 1947-48 winners of the competition; Charlton Athletic.
The hosts were forced to withdraw Ricky Holmes in the first half, with his replacement - Ademola Lookman - opening the scoring with a brilliant left-footed strike.
Skipper Johnnie Jackson drilled in their second before the interval following a half-cleared cross from the left.
Tom Hopper, off the bench to replace Paddy Madden, halved the deficit with a header from a corner, just moments after Declan Rudd had thwarted the striker with a fine save.
From there the Iron rallied, with Kevin van Veen and Josh Morris having the pick of the efforts before Lookman caught the visitors on the break and sealed progression for the Addicks.
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Following the game, Graham Alexander praised his side for their attitude and application as they gave everything to try and get back into the game.
To view the Iron boss' full interview on The Iron PlayerHD, click here.
Following the game, the club media team interviewed striker Tom Hopper, who came off the bench to initially halve the deficit.
To view Tom Hopper's full interview on The Iron PlayerHD, click here.
Central defender Charlie Goode also spoke following the game after partnering Murray Wallace in the heart of the Iron defence.
To view Charlie Goode's thoughts following the encounter, click here.
You can view a full gallery of the game, presented by photographers Damon Campion and Simon Wright by clicking here.
IMPACT SUBSTITUTE: Tom Hopper came off the bench to net in the 3-1 defeat over Charlton Athletic.
The highest seeds in round one of the competition exited at the first hurdle, losing 3-1 to Charlton Athletic at the Valley.
Maidstone were denied a shock against Rochdale with Callum Camps scoring a free kick with the last kick of the game to force a replay. One of the shocks of the round came at the Banks's Stadium though, as non-league Macclesfield Town beat Walsall 1-0. The Silkmen's manager John Askey said following the game that their victory would pay off their VAT bill.
Oxford United donated their share of the gate receipts to their opposition Merstham as they beat the non-league side 5-0 while League Two Notts County fought back from two goals down to force a replay against Boreham Wood.
National League North side Alfreton Town also forced a replay against league opposition, with basement League Two side Newport County held in their game.
There were easy wins for Hartlepool United and Sheffield United as they beat Stamford and Leyton Orient three-and-six-nil respectively, while Carlisle United were forced to battle all the way, eventually making it into round two following a 5-3 victory at St Albans City.
Saturday - Sky Bet League One
Swindon Town v Charlton Athletic (12noon)
Bradford City v Rochdale
Bury v Southend United
Coventry City v Scunthorpe United
Gillingham v Northampton Town
Millwall v Bristol Rovers
Milton Keynes Dons v Walsall
Oldham Athletic v AFC Wimbledon
Port Vale v Fleetwood Town
Shrewsbury Town v Oxford United
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