The greatest League Cup shocks
Defeat for Arsenal in the Capital One Cup will go down as one of the great giant killings
Arsenal's defeat to League Two side Bradford will go down as one of the greatest cup upsets of all-time.
Three divisions and 65 places separate the two sides, yet on the night, nothing could - so it went to penalties. It was Thomas Vermaelan's spot-kick which pinged off the post on a freezing night in Yorkshire that sparked euphoric scenes.
For Arsenal, it was a moment that will be impossible to forget.
While it is the FA Cup that is most synonymous with giant killings, over the years the League Cup has provided some real shocks.
Here we look at some of the most memorable...
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