Manchester United crash in League Cup, Spurs and Chelsea advance – Soccer Sports

London (AFP) – Manchester United crashed from the League Cup as West Ham won 1-0 at Old Trafford, causing a painful defeat on the part of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Chelsea and Tottenham survived the penalty shootout and advanced to the fourth round. Wednesday.

Hammer suffered a bitter 2-1 defeat against United in the Premier League on Sunday when David de Gia saved Mark Noble’s downtime penalty after Jesse Lingard’s second-half winner.

However, David Moyes’ subordinates took some revenge three days later as Manuel Lanzini’s first half goal abandoned United in the third round.

Solskjaer made 11 changes and Moyes chose 10 changes to get the most out of the moment West Ham’s Understudy was in the limelight.

Ryan Fredericks ghosted Alex Telles and Lanzini cut back in the 9th minute to wipe out United goalkeeper Dean Henderson.

That was enough to win United’s first victory since Moise dismissed Scott in less than his 2014 season.

It was also West Ham’s first victory at Old Trafford since 2007.

At Stamford Bridge, Chelsea won the penalty shootout 4-3 after drawing 1-1 to Aston Villa.

Very malicious German forward Timo Werner led Chelsea in the 54th minute, finishing the Reece James cross with his first goal in 11 games.

Villa fan Prince William watched from the stand, while 19-year-old striker Cameron Archer caught up in the 64th minute with a close header from Matty Cash’s cross.

After Ashley Young and Marvelous Nakamba missed the villa, James took Chelsea’s victory penalty in the shootout.

– Kane returns to orbit –

Harry Kane finished the drought after Tottenham boss Nuno Espirito Santo knocked out a wolf from the previous club 3-2 in a penalty shootout after a 2-2 draw in Morinyu.

Tanguy Ndombele charged Tottenham with a 14-minute lead when he charged Conor Coady’s clearance and shot John Ruddy.

Kane gained Tottenham’s advantage 23 minutes later without scoring goals in the previous four games.

Dele Alli’s perfect pass cleared Kane, and England’s captain found the bottom corner.

Leander Dendoncker pulled back one for the wolf when he headed to the corner of Ryan Ait Nouri seven minutes before the break.

Daniel Podence leveled in 13 minutes later than Dendoncker’s pass.

In the shootout, Dendoncker, Ruben Nebes and Cody all missed the wolf.

Arsenal defeated third-tier AFC Wimbledon 3-0 at Emirates Stadium.

The Gunners, who featured 10 changes from their weekend win at Burnley, advanced to the 11th minute.

Gabrieu Martinelli was fouled by Nesta Guinness Walker and Alexandre Lacazette was penalized.

Emile Smith Rowe doubled the lead in the 77th minute, and Eddie Nketiah’s unscrupulous flick closed the victory three minutes later.

Ademola Lookman scored Leicester’s first goal, winning 2-0 in the second tier of Millwall.

Lookman started his virgin Leicester following a loan transfer from RB Leipzig and hit a cool strike in the fifth minute of the second half after Kelechi Iheanacho’s efforts were saved by George Long.

Iheanacho got on the roof of the net in the 88th minute and got on the score sheet himself.

Brighton’s manager Graham Potter defeated former club Swansea 2-0 thanks to Aaron Connolly’s first half brace at Amex Stadium.

– Soccer Sports

Manchester United crash in League Cup, Spurs and Chelsea advance Manchester United crash in League Cup, Spurs and Chelsea advance

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