Stunning comeback at Premier League Fulham leaves Latics dreaming of Wembley

A stunning comeback to shock Premier League Fulham in the FA Cup Third Round at Craven Cottage has Latics dreaming of Wembley.
Callum Lang headed the 88th-minute winner to send Oldham into the FA fourth round.
Sam Surridge started the comeback with 14 minutes to go as he levelled from the penalty spot to level the score after Fulham had been one nil up until that point.
Caretaker boss and Latics fan Pete Wild, celebrated with the Oldham supporters as they went wild at the final whistle.
This is the first time Latics have won an FA Cup match away from home against Premier League opposition for the first time since they beat Everton 1-0 in January 2008
Wild stepped up from his role as youth team coach to become caretaker manager and has seen victories against Port Vale and Notts County in the league, and has now added Premier League Fulham in the FA  Cup to his winning run. Oldham  have now gone up to 10th in League two and have drawn League One Doncaster away in the Fourth Round.
The dream lives on of a trip to Wembley in May!