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West Ham vs Man City LIVE: Carabao Cup result, final score and penalty shootout reaction

Relive all the action from the London Stadium

Michael Jones
Wednesday 27 October 2021 22:35
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Data preview as West Ham host Man City in the third round of the EFL Cup

West Ham brought Manchester City’s Carabao Cup dominance to an end with a 5-3 penalty shoot-out win over the holders at the London Stadium on Wednesday to reach the quarter-finals.

Pep Guardiola’s side had won each of the last four editions of the tournament but after they were held to a goalless draw by the Hammers in 90 minutes, the tie went to spot-kicks.

Phil Foden fired wide from 12 yards with City’s first effort and West Ham remained perfect to secure a memorable cup win which occurred five years to the day of the last time the champions had suffered an exit in this competition.

Lucas Moura helped ease some of the pressure on Nuno Espirito Santo with the only goal for last year’s runners-up Tottenham in a 1-0 win over Burnley.

The Brazilian headed home a cross from countryman Emerson Royal in the 68th minute to settle a low-quality affair at Turf Moor.

Nuno still had to contend with discontent from the travelling faithful, who had chanted “Nuno where’s the subs?” before the breakthrough occurred but Spurs held on for a much-needed victory to progress into the last eight.

A much-changed Liverpool survived a tricky first half to beat Preston 2-0 with Carabao Cup specialists Takumi Minamino and Divock Origi on target.

Jurgen Klopp changed his whole XI from the weekend thrashing of Manchester United and saw the Sky Bet Championship outfit go close on various occasions during the opening half at Deepdale.

It remained goalless though until Minamino flicked home just past the hour mark and Origi wrapped up the victory with six minutes left.

Leicester required penalties to get past Brighton after an entertaining 2-2 draw on an emotional night at the King Power Stadium.

The tie took place on the third anniversary of the helicopter crash at the ground which killed the club’s chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha and four others.

Harvey Barnes provided the perfect start after the Foxes had paid tribute to Srivaddhanaprabha with a minute’s silence before Adam Webster and Ademola Lookman traded goals during first-half stoppage-time.

Brighton forward Enock Mwepu ensured there was another twist in the clash with a second equaliser with 71 minutes on the clock but he later saw his spot-kick saved by Danny Ward in the shoot-out with Neal Maupay also firing over as Leicester triumphed 4-2 on penalties.

Brentford claimed a first ever victory at Stoke after Sergi Canos and Ivan Toney repaid the faith of their manager with goals in a 2-1 victory.

The duo were two of the three players who retained their starting berth from the defeat to Leicester and netted in the first half to put the Bees in control.

Former Brentford player Romaine Sawyers reduced the deficit after the break but Thomas Frank’s men held on to win and break their duck in Stoke, which put them into the last eight of the competition for the second year in a row.

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Manchester City’s Carabao Cup dominance ends as West Ham win on penalties

Manchester City’s grip on the Carabao Cup was finally loosened as West Ham knocked out the holders on penalties.

Phil Foden missed from the spot for City while West Ham scored all five of theirs to reach the quarter-finals.

City had won this competition in six of the past eight seasons, including the last four.

In fact Tuesday marked five years to the day since they were last eliminated from this cup, a 1-0 defeat at Manchester United.

Manchester City’s Carabao Cup dominance ends as West Ham win on penalties

City had won this competition in six of the past eight seasons, including the last four.

Michael Jones27 October 2021 22:15
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Said Benrahma knocks Man City out of the Carabao Cup as West Ham win on penalties

The story of the night belongs to West Ham though. For the first time since the 2016/17 season Manchester City have been knocked out of the Carabao Cup.

Said Benrahma scored the winning penalty in a shootout and quite rightly went and celebrated with the fans.

Michael Jones27 October 2021 22:08
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Divock Origi scores spectacular backheel as Liverpool hold off Preston

The Reds are also through to the next round as Carabao Cup specialists Takumi Minamino and Divock Origi fired Liverpool into the quarter-finals with a 2-0 win over Preston but not before the Championship side threatened a major upset at Deepdale.

Memories of Sunday’s 5-0 destruction of Manchester United were fresh in the minds of the travelling Liverpool support but there were few traces on the pitch as Jurgen Klopp changed all 11 players and got a radically different display as a result.

Divock Origi scores spectacular backheel as Liverpool hold off Preston

The Reds are through to the quarter-finals despite Jurgen Klopp heavily rotating his squad

Michael Jones27 October 2021 22:06
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Tottenham edge past Burnley to reach Carabao Cup quarter-finals

Elsewhere in the Carabao Cup, Lucas Moura’s second-half goal sent Tottenham through to the Carabao Cup quarter-finals after a 1-0 win at Burnley.

Moura’s 68th-minute header settled a low-quality affair where both teams struggled in the attacking third for the majority of the game.

It was a much-needed win for Nuno Espirito Santo who is under some pressure after an inconsistent start to the season, but a good cup run in this competition could help his cause.

Tottenham edge past Burnley to reach Carabao Cup quarter-finals

Lucas Moura’s second-half header settled a scrappy game at Turf Moor

Michael Jones27 October 2021 22:03
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The quarter-final draw

The draw for the Carabao Cup quarter-finals is on Saturday at 10.30am, live on Soccer AM on Sky Sports.

Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham, Brentford, Sunderland, Arsenal, West Ham and Leicester are the teams remaining in the competition. Sunderland are the lowest ranked side left with the League One outfit being the only team not playing in the Premier League.

When is the Carabao Cup quarter-final draw?

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Michael Jones27 October 2021 21:58
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Man City knocked out of Carabao Cup

After four consecutive years lifting the trophy Manchester City’s winning run comes to an end at the London Stadium.

Pep Guardiola named a pretty strong team with the likes of Kevin De Bruyne and Raheem Sterling starting the game and they created chances but couldn’t find a way past the steadfast West Ham defence.

Alphonse Areola had a superb night making at least four really great saves to keep his team level and make sure they made it to penalties.

Michael Jones27 October 2021 21:55
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West Ham beat Man City on penalties

A perfect penalty shootout from West Ham sees the knock the Carabao Cup holders, Manchester City, out of the competition. A goalless 90 minutes meant this last 16 tie had to be decided from the spot.

Mark Noble earned a touch of redemption after missing a penalty against Manchester United earlier this season by firing hom the first kick before Phil Foden pulled his effort wide of the right-hand post.

That gave the Hammers the advantage and they didn’t let it go. Said Benrahma took the fifth and final penalty and fired it home to send West Ham into the quarter-finals.

Michael Jones27 October 2021 21:51
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Penalties: West Ham 5 - 3 Man City

Yes he can! West Ham knock Manchester City out of the Carabao Cup! Said Benrahma wins it for the Hammers.

Michael Jones27 October 2021 21:47
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Penalties: West Ham 4 - 3 Man City

Grealish does score! The pressure fails to Said Benrahma, can he win it for West Ham?

Michael Jones27 October 2021 21:47
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Penalties: West Ham 4 - 2 Man City

Aaron Cresswell scores! West Ham haven’t missed yet. They’ll have a kick to win the game. Jack Grealish has to score now.

Michael Jones27 October 2021 21:46

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