The FA Cup delivered two big shocks in the third round on Sunday as Premier League team Fulham was humiliated by fourth-tier Oldham and non-league side Barnet beat Sheffield United despite a gap of 84 places in English soccer's pyramid.
Five minutes later Newport were pegged back when Rachid Ghezzal levelled, but when a replay seemed likely, Padraig Amond tucked away an 85th-minute penalty after winger Marc Albrighton handled a cross.
Pete Wild only took charge as caretaker manager in the wake of Frankie Bunn's sacking 10 days ago, and saw his side go behind when Denis Odoi hammered home.
Aleksandar Mitrovic could not repeat Surridge's feat when his spot-kick was parried wide by Daniel Iversen, with the on-loan Leicester goalkeeper's heroics paying further dividends in the 88th minute.
Elsewhere, Barnet beat Championship high-flyers Sheffield United thanks to Shaquile Coulthirst´s 21st-minute penalty.
When questioned about his seven changes for the trip to south Wales, a bullish Puel insisted (as quoted by Sky Sports): "I think we had a good team with eight who played winning the title with Leicester, and a lot of experienced players and quality on the pitch".
"It's unbelievable", Barnet captain Callum Reynolds said after the north London club's triumph.
Manchester City brushed aside Championship side, Rotherham United courtesy of an emphatic 7 nil victory.
'It was a hard day and the magic of the FA Cup happened, definitely, ' Morgan said.
Championship leaders Leeds United suffered a 2-1 defeat at Queens Park Rangers, joining second-placed Norwich City who were beaten by Portsmouth on Saturday.
The other Premier League side to be upset was struggling Cardiff City, who fell 1-0 at Gillingham after naming a heavily-rotated side for the clash at Priestfield Stadium.