Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Newcastle United – some of the names Hartlepool United fans hope to draw in the FA Cup third round after Lincoln City win

Pools knocked out opposition from League One for the second straight round of the competition as Graeme Lee got off to a winning start as Pools’ new manager.

Lewis Fiorini’s goal was all that separated the two sides, as Pools can now expect a possible tie with the Premier League opposition in the third round in January.

And Pools fans have reacted to Sincil Bank’s result and who they’d like in the third round of Monday’s draw.

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Hartlepool United celebrated another FA Cup success with a victory over Lincoln City. (Credit: Mark Fletcher)

@HallyHUFC: Superb result. Well done. Now for a huge day away in Round 3 please Newcastle or Man Utd away

@ShinPadNP: Great result guys! Well deserved, fought all over the place. I wouldn’t have guessed that we were in a league below.

@ AlanJac47649719: 2 really difficult matches on paper but 2 brilliant victories for the whole group. Fantastic for all management and especially for our new manager. UTP.

@ pirate159: I just came back, what a great effort from all the players, great atmosphere on top of that. Big boy next door please.

@wiktormorrell: Good result, guys. Hope the 3rd round draw is nice. Being selfish I would like Man U, City, Lpool or Everton to walk away

@ Davidjrj123: What a week it has been! Unreal results, hopefully keep the momentum going until Wednesday night!

@ danielcarlingg1: Brilliant result come on boyssss

@ allengrant3: Proud to be a Poolie


@ CatTheKitty11: What a victory! Well done @ 5spike and all the guys. On to round 3!

@greg_cottey: What a victory! Graeme Lee’s Blue and White Army!

@ jaymclean01: What a result it is the man!

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