Manchester United were knocked out of the League Cup as West Ham avenged their painful loss to Ole Gunnar Solskjیرr’s side with a 1-0 win at Old Trafford, while Chelsea and Tottenham escaped a penalty shootout in the fourth round on Wednesday. I arrived.
The Hammers suffered a 2-1 defeat to United in the Premier League on Sunday when David de Gea saved Mark Noble’s stoppage time penalty after Jesse Langard’s late win.
But David Moyes’ men found a measure of revenge three days later as Manuel Lanzini’s first-half goal knocked United out of the third round.
Solskir made 11 changes and Moyes made 10 changes, with West Ham Under Studios making the most of their moments.
Ryan Fredericks outscored Alex Tales and Lenzini in the ninth minute to knock out United goalkeeper Dan Henderson.
It was enough for Moyes to win his first win over United since he fired Scott in 2014 after less than a season.
It was West Ham’s first victory at Old Trafford since 2007, which saw them win a home tie against Manchester City in the last 16.
Criticizing his team’s temporary opening, Solsker said: “A slow start is needed again and this needs to be addressed.
“I never really won this tournament, so the hunting continued.
“But we have to make decisions to speed up the squad for the rest of the season. Sometimes you have to take a risk.”
At Stamford Bridge, Chelsea won 4-3 on penalties after a 1-1 draw against Austin Villa.
Notorious German forward Timo Werner gave Chelsea the lead in the 54th minute, ending Race James’ cross for his first goal in 11 games.
Watching from the stands with Villa fans Prince William from the stands, 19-year-old striker Cameron Archer equalized in the 64th minute with a close-range header from Matty Cash’s cross.
James scored Chelsea’s victory penalty in the shootout when Ashley Young and the brilliant Nakamba Villa were not missed.
The Hurricanes ended their goal drought when Tottenham boss Nono Esprito Santo beat his former club Wolves 3-2 on penalties.
Tengui Ndombele gave Tottenham a 14th-minute lead when he charged Connor Cody’s clearance, leaving John Rudy behind.
Kane, without a goal in his last four games, extended Tottenham’s lead after 23 minutes.
Dale Alley’s perfect pass sent Kane clear and the England captain found the bottom corner.
Leander Dendencker pulled back for the wolves seven minutes before the break when he went to Ryan Ait Noori’s corner.
Daniel Podens equalized for Dendanker in the 13th minute of the second half.
In the shootout, Dandenker, Robin Nevis and Cody are remembered for all the wolves.
“He has a lot more to give and it’s about the game, improving and growing,” Nono said of Kane.
Arsenal beat third-placed AFC Wimbledon 3-0 at the Emirates Stadium, with Leeds in the last 16.
The Gunners advanced to the 11th minute with 10 changes from the weekend win at Burnley.
Gabriel Martinelli was fouled by Nesta Guinness Walker and fined by Alexander Lacazette.
Emile Smith Roy doubled the lead in the 77th minute and Eddie Naketia’s bold flick ended the victory three minutes later.
Adimula Lokman won his first Leicester goal 2-0 at second-placed Millwall.
Lukeman started his first Leicester after transferring his loan from RB Leipzig after George Long saved Kelichi Ihanacho’s effort, and went on a cold strike for five minutes in the second half.
Iheanacho got the score sheet in the 88th minute by driving on the roof of the net.
Brighton manager Graham Potter won a 2-0 win over his former club Swansea at the Amex Stadium thanks to Aaron Connolly’s first-half anniversary.