The Welsh side were watched by one half of their Hollywood ownership duo, Ryan Reynolds.
The famous old Racecourse ground has witnessed its fair share of shocks - with a picture of Mickey Thomas' famous free-kick goal against Arsenal in the FA Cup in 1992 hanging on the wall of the Turf Hotel adjoining the stadium - and this was almost one for a new era at the club. Watched by one half of their Hollywood ownership duo in Ryan Reynolds, Paul Mullin's 27th goal of the season four minutes from time looked like giving them a victory which was no more than they deserved after going behind after just 64 seconds. Blades striker Daniel Jebbison's senseless sending-off with 20 minutes to go undoubtedly helped their cause, although they were already in the ascendancy before then, and they duly capitalised. But just as they were contemplating a place in the fifth round, John Egan popped up with an equaliser to take the tie back to Bramall Lane.
John Egan scored in injury time to earn Sheffield United, reduced to 10 players by Daniel Jebbison’s red card, a 3-3 draw at Wrexham after a blockbuster FA Cup tie