Lincoln became the first non-league team to reach the FA Cup quarterfinals in more than a century by beating Premier League side Burnley 1-0 with an 89th-minute goal overnight. Raggett connected with a corner at the back post to head the ball into the goal in front of the Imps fans.
Lincoln have already beaten Guiseley, Altrincham, Oldham, Ipswich Town and Brighton and Hove Albion in this season competition.
Minor league Lincoln City produced a huge FA Cup shock to beat top-flight Burnley 1-0 and reach the quarter-finals for the first time in their history on Saturday.
"It's brought the city together", said Chris Ashton, a lifelong Lincoln fan who helped organize supporters' coaches.
Lincoln frustrated Burnley throughout the game, with striker Matt Rhead and Barton often outmuscling one another as tensions grew in the final minutes.
Giants release WR Victor Cruz after seven seasons
An undrafted free agent out of UMass, Cruz signed with the Giants in 2010 but didn't emerge as a star until 2011. Cruz had been relegated to the third wide receiver spot this season behind Odell Beckham Jr and Sterling Shepard.
Cowley thinks both men do not get the credit they deserve for the jobs they are doing and would like to see English managers get more of an opportunity in the Premier League.
Leicester boss Ranieri, FIFA's coach of the year for his Premier League upset last year, was again angry and frustrated after seeing his relegation-threatened side collapse again.
"The league is a life changer for us all", assistant manager Cowley told BBC Radio 5 Live's Sportsweek. It will hold us in really good stead for all of our futures'.
They now travel to Premier League Burnley on Saturday aiming to do what Chelsea couldn't last weekend.
Lincoln City: Farman 7, Wood 7, Waterfall 8, Raggett 8 Habergham 7, Arnold 8, Power 6, Woodyard 6, Hawkridge 7, Rhead 7, Muldoon 7.
US Appeals Court Denies Request To Reinstate President Donald Trump's Travel Restrictions
With the ninth court of appeals refusing to reinstate the ban, the case is now very likely to head to the US Supreme Court. Trump told a conference of police chiefs that he " heard things he couldn't believe" as he listened to Tuesday's hearing.
Middlesborough narrowly avoided cup embarrassment, overcoming a resilient Oxford United comeback to down the League One side.
"We've done well in the FA Cup and FA Trophy, so we've played somewhere in the region of 45 games in mid-February".
Six minutes before the interval, Lincoln defender Luke Waterfall's headed clearance fell nicely for Joey Barton lurking on the edge of the penalty area, but the 34-year-old midfielder's volley was blocked by Farman.
"It's a day you'll treasure for the rest of your life", he said.
"We can't underestimate them".
Jim Jefferies and Piers Morgan Should have a Celebrity Death Match
Moments later, Jefferies punctuated his point by giving Morgan the middle finger while the crowd cheered him on. Piers started by imploring Maher to "calm down" and went on to say that there is no Muslim ban.
All of which is not to say that Alli, whose 20th goal came in Tottenham's 2-0 defeat of Chelsea last month, will develop into a better player than the illustrious names above, nor that he will go on to surpass their considerable medal hauls at club level.