LONDON -- Jon Arne Riise deflected a cross into his own net and seven-time FA Cup winner Liverpool was held to a 1-1 tie by League One Luton on Sunday.
Arsenal, a 10-time winner, beat League Championship club Burnley 2-0 behind goals by Eduardo da Silva and Nicklas Bendtner.
Liverpool struggled against a lower division team at Kenilworth Road in a game watched by England's new coach, Fabio Capello.
England striker Peter Crouch scored a breakaway goal in the 74th minute to give Liverpool the lead. Three minutes later Riise tried to clear a cross from the left wing and the ball struck his shoulder and rebounded into the net.
In the hands of administrators who are looking for new owners, cash-strapped Luton earned a lucrative replay at Anfield that will help its financial position.
After four Premier League clubs were upset by teams from the lower division on Saturday, Liverpool and three more escaped with draws.
Newcastle, which has manager Sam Allardyce under fire after three losses in a row in the league, was held 0-0 at Championship club Stoke.
Derby, last in the Premier League, hit back from two goals down at home to Championship team Sheffield Wednesday for a 2-2 draw, and Fulham twice trailed at home to League One Bristol Rovers only to also salvage a 2-2 draw and a replay.
On Saturday, Everton lost 1-0 at home to League One Oldham, Birmingham tumbled 2-1 at League One Huddersfield, Blackburn lost at home 4-1 to Coventry and Bolton was upset 1-0 at home by Sheffield United.
Manchester United, the record 11-time FA Cup winner, won 2-0 at Aston Villa, and defending champion Chelsea edged Queens Park Rangers 1-0. With 11 of the 32 third round matches going to replays to be played Jan 15 and 16, Monday's fourth round draw will have 43 teams.
MADRID, Spain -- Ruud van Nistelrooy and Robinho guided Real Madrid to a 2-0 victory over Zaragoza, and the defending champion remained seven points ahead at the top of the Spanish league.
Van Nistelrooy scored his ninth goal of the season in the 66th minute and Robinho added the second 11 minutes later at the Bernabeu stadium. Winless in eight league games, Zaragoza slipped to 10th.
Madrid remains seven points clear of FC Barcelona which beat Mallorca 2-0 on Saturday.