- Arsenal edge past West Ham United at The Emirates Stadium, securing a place in the last four of the Carabao Cup in the process.
- Danny Welbeck's strike the difference in a tepid affair between two much changed sides.
- There was bad news for Arsenal, though; Olivier Giroud and Frances Coquelin suffered groin and hamstring problems.
- Elsewhere, Manchester City needed a penalty shootout to get past Leicester City.
Bravo saves Mahrez's penalty! Manchester City march on to the semi-finals!
Mahrez has to score to keep Leicester's hopes alive.
Vardy hits the post! it stays 3-4 in City's favour.
Jesus now... cool, calm, collected. 3-4 City.
Nmecha now fir City, on his debut... superb. 3-3.
Iborra up now. Bravo guesses right but he just can't get a hand to it. 3-2 Leicester.
Maguire now... sends Bravo the wrong way. Bottom left with unerring accuracy.
No mistake from Toure, into the side of the net. 1-2 to City, Maguire to step up.
Gundogan levels the scores with impudence. Due to the new ABBA format, City will take again. Toure stepping up.
Fuchs makes absolutely no mistake. Fantastic penalty which gave Bravo no chance.
Right, here we go. Leicester are set to take the first penalty, but it's Fuchs, not Vardy, who steps up first.
120 minutes cannot separate Manchester City and Leicester City, so penalties will have to.
Toure takes aim and fires from 25 yard, but Hamer is equal to it. One minute of time to be added on, penalties looming.
Maguire charges from Leicester's box to his own, chased by Toure, before lofting a ball for Vardy, whose volley doesn't trouble Bravo.
Mahrez jinks away from Zinchenko and aims at goal but his drive is beaten away by Bravo.
Leicester then come again through the Algerian, who feeds Vardy. The forward tangles with Danilo, but referee Bobby Madley opts against giving a spot-kick.
Great, electric link-up play between Gray and Vardy forces a Leicester corner.
It comes to nothing and City counter with speed, but Gundogan's final ball does not find Nmecha.
A change for Leicester now - Benalouane comes on for Dragovic.
Jesus and Zinchenko try to combine down the left but the latter eventually kicks the ball out of play.
Gundogan is then outmuscled by Okazaki, who then loses out to Toure, but Nmecha can't find a City shirt in the box. Zinchenko then lets fly from all of 30 yards, his effort flying just over the bar.
Leicester get the second period of extra time under way. Maguier immediately pumps the ball long, out for a throw-in.
After a brief pep talk - literally, in City's case - the players are back out for the second period of extra-time.
Maguire concedes a foul for a late challenge on Dele-Bashiru, whose heavy touch led him into trouble.
Toure will take the free-kick... saved by Hamer. That brings the first period of extra-time to an end.
Bravo's blushes were just about spared there. The Chilean was closed down at breakneck speed by Vardy, who managed to charge down his opponent's clearance, but the deflection was kind to the maligned 'keeper.
Zinchenko wins a free-kick out of Amartey on the edge of Leicester's box.
The Gerrman takes, but Iborra emphatically heads wide for a corner.
Extra-time has begun and has started in lively fashion. Mahrez makes room for a delcious cross that is begging to be turned in, but King can't supply the finish.