• Capital One Cup third round


Crystal Palace 4-1 Charlton

MK Dons 0-6 Southampton

Newcastle 0-1 Sheffield Wednesday

Norwich 3-0 West Brom

Tottenham 1-2 Arsenal

Walsall 1-4 Chelsea

Manchester United 3-0 Ipswich

Liverpool 1-1 Carlisle (Liverpool won 3-2 on penalties)

Mathieu Flamini
Mathieu Flamini scored twice to secure Arsenal a narrow victory over rivals Tottenham at White Hart Lane. Getty

Liverpool eventually squeeze through 3-2 on penalties after debutant goalkeeper Adam Bogdan saves from Danny Grainger, Luke Joyce and Hery. Adam Lallana and Philippe Coutinho also missed for the hosts, but James Milner, Emre Can and Danny Ings made no mistake to leave Rodgers breathing a huge sigh of relief.

That is all we have time for tonight. Thanks for joining us and have a pleasant night.


Still no winner so we go to a penalty shootout to determine who will host Bournemouth in round four.


Second half in extra-time is underway at Anfield as Liverpool labour in their search of a winning goal.

Here is that fourth round draw in full:

Stoke City v Chelsea

Hull City v Leicester City

Sheffield Wednesday v Arsenal

Southampton v Aston Villa

Everton v Norwich City

Manchester United v Middlesbrough

Liverpool or Carlisle United v AFC Bournemouth

Manchester City v Crystal Palace


A straightforward victory for United then, but no such luck for Brendan Rodgers as Liverpool are taken to extra-time by a plucky Carlisle side currently lying 10th in League Two.



Liverpool 1-1 Carlisle

Manchester United 3-0 Ipswich


What a start Martial is having to his Manchester United career. As if notching on his debut to secure a 3-1 win over Liverpool and a brace against Southampton were not quite enough, he has just set the seal on a nice win for Louis van Gaal's side with a late strike against Ipswich.


Goal: Manchester United 3-0 Ipswich (Anthony Martial)


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Two goals from Flamini ensure Arsenal end Tottenham's hopes of reaching a second consecutive Capital One Cup final, while Chelsea are safely through to round four following a comfortable win at Walsall.

Pardew will be very pleased indeed to see Crystal Palace put four past his former employers Charlton courtesy of a Gayle hat-trick and Southampton showed no hangover from their recent defeat to Manchester United by knocking MK Dons for six on their own patch.

A comfortable win for Norwich, but McClaren's worries deepen as Newcastle are knocked out of the competition by a second-string Sheffield Wednesday team.



Crystal Palace 4-1 Charlton

MK Dons 0-6 Southampton

Newcastle 0-1 Sheffield Wednesday

Norwich 3-0 West Brom

Tottenham 1-2 Arsenal

Walsall 1-4 Chelsea


No chance of a prize scalp for Walsall as Spanish forward Pedro shows his quality with good skill and a fine strike.


A quickfire double to round off a satisfying evening for Norwich as the unfortunate Pocognoli turns the ball past his own goalkeeper after Lafferty, a frequent goalscorer for his native Northern Ireland during Euro 2016 qualifying, had made it 2-0.


Goal: Walsall 1-4 Chelsea (Pedro)


Goal: Norwich 3-0 West Brom (Sebastien Pocognoli OG)


Goal: Norwich 2-0 West Brom (Kyle Lafferty)


Flamini, Rodriguez and Long have all notched braces so far tonight, but Gayle has now gone one better and completes his hat-trick with a header from Lee Chung-Yong's cross.


Goal: Crystal Palace 4-1 Charlton (Dwight Gayle)


Another player to boast a brace tonight is Long, who applies the finishing touches to a Steven Davis pass to give Southampton an impressive 6-0 lead.

Newcastle's uncertain start to life under Steve McClaren continues, meanwhile, as McGugan beats Tim Krul.


A flurry of goals to bring you now. At White Hart Lane, Flamini has put Arsenal firmly in the driving seat with a lovely, controlled volley from distance. That is the combative French midfielder's second of the night.

Manchester United appear on their way to a routine win over a much-changed Ipswich side as 19-year-old Brazilian midfielder Pereira notches his first goal for the club with a wicked free-kick that gave visiting goalkeeper Bartosz Białkowski no chance.


Goal: Newcastle 0-1 Sheffield Wednesday (Lewis McGugan)


Goal: Tottenham 1-2 Arsenal (Mathieu Flamini)


Goal: Manchester United 2-0 Ipswich (Andreas Pereira)


Goal: MK Dons 0-6 Southampton (Shane Long)


A derby to forget for Diarra as the former Bayern Munich and Liverpool man gives away a second spotkick and receives a second yellow card for his troubles. Gayle is once again on hand to convert from 12 yards.