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EFL CUP 2019/20 QUARTER-FINALS ROUND-UP & HIGHLIGHTS

EFL CUP 2019/20 QUARTER-FINALS ROUND-UP & HIGHLIGHTS

Every season, the Carabao Cup graces us with thrillers of epic proportions that are seldom seen in league clashes or international meetings, and this year is no different.

Aston Villa vs Liverpool 5-0

 

 

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Our #CarabaoCup campaign ends at the quarter-finals. Plenty of valuable experience gained for many Reds. #LFC #LiverpoolFC #Liverpool #AVFC

Публикация от Liverpool Football Club (@liverpoolfc)

Yes, you read that right. Aston Villa are through to the semi-finals of the EFL Cup after brutally destroying Liverpool’s youngsters.

 

 

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FT: Aston Villa 5-0 Liverpool! 🙌 We’re through to the semi-finals of the Carabao Cup! 🤩 #AVLLIV #AVFC

Публикация от Aston Villa FC (@avfcofficial)

On Tuesday Aston Villa thrashed Liverpool, who albeit turned up at Villa Park with their youngest-ever starting XI, since Jurgen Klopp and his men travelled to Qatar for their Club World Cup match against Monterrey this Wednesday. 

Liverpool’s Under-23s squad featured five debutantes and had an average age of 19 years and six months.

 

 

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Keep battling, Reds 👊🔴 #LFC #LiverpoolFC

Публикация от Liverpool Football Club (@liverpoolfc)

The match saw Conor Hourihane’s free-kick go in, followed by a deflected goal by Ahmed Elmohamady, counted as an own goal by Liverpool’s Morgan Boyes.

Jonathan Kodjia finished off the first half with a double, and Wesley completed the epic scoreline for Aston Villa in injury time of the match.

 

OXFORD UNITED VS MANCHESTER CITY: 1-3

What a game this turned out to be. Oxford United held their ground and showed reigning champions, Manchester City some respectful resistance in this quarter-final.

 

Manchester City took the lead in the 22nd minute with Joao Cancelo’s stunner, a masterclass in team goals that started all the away from City’s corner and ended with a gorgeous high-net strike by Cancelo.

 

 

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YES WE CANcelo 😏 ⠀ #ManCity

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Matty Taylor’s equaliser for Oxford United came just 21 seconds after the second half whistle had blown, leaving Man City stunned (for about five minutes).

Raheem Sterling gave City the lead once again in the 50th minute followed by his second strike 20 minutes later, securing Pep Guardiola’s men a spot into the EFL Cup semi-finals.

 

 

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BACK OF THE NET!!! ⠀ #ManCity

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Speaking of Pep, he has only lost one of his 17 League Cup ties as boss of Man City, averaging to a rin rate of 94%. Whut…?

 

 

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United are out of the Carabao Cup but it’s a performance to be proud of for the U’s. Fantastic support throughout from a magnificent Yellow Army #OUFC 1-3 #MCFC

Публикация от Oxford United FC Official (@oufcofficial)

MANCHESTER UNITED VS COLCHESTER UNITED: 3-0

 

Old Trafford hosted Colchester and if anyone expected it to be an easy ride to the semi-finals for Manchester United, they were in for a surprise (in the first half, that is).

Colchester managed to hold off the Red Devils as the first half saw hardly any chances and neither team managed to find the back of the net.

The second half gave the game an energy boost and Marcus Rashford (who had an incredible match) scored his first goal in the 51st minute, shortly followed by his second strike four minutes later (a deflection off Colchester’s Ryan Jackson).

 

Anthony Martial made his mark in the game in the 61st minute with Manchester United’s third goal of the night, comfortably positioning Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team in the EFL Cup semi-final.

 

 

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🏆 Get in! On to the semi-finals, Reds 🔴 #MUFC #CarabaoCup

Публикация от Manchester United (@manchesterunited)

EVERTON VS LEICESTER CITY: 2-2 (2-4 PEN)

What a game, what a comeback, what a story. Probably the best match of the quarter-finals, filled with drama and ending in a penalty sucker-punch.

Brendan Rodgers’ Leicester took the lead in the first half, as James Maddison gave the Foxes the lead in the 26th minute, quickly followed by Leicester’s second thanks to Jonny Evans.

 

Everton were not ready to settle for a defeat and got themselves fired up in the second half, with a stunning volley by Tom Davies in the 70th minute. Leighton Baines found the back of the net in injury time with his first goal for Everton since November 2017.

 

 

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Fair result in the end. 👏

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At a scoreline of two-all, it was penalty time and Baines went from hero to zero as he missed his spot-kick mere minutes after his equalising goal.

Leicester City crushed Everton’s hearts as Jamie Vardy scored the deciding penalty to send the Foxes into their first League Cup semi-final in 20 years.

 

 

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The story so far.💥➡️

Публикация от Everton (@everton)

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