-EFL Carabao cup matches takes place across United Kingdom.
-A quarter final place is a reward for winning teams from this round.
Manchester City were forced all the way into a penalty shootout by hard fighting Wolves before securing qualification in to the quarter finals of the EFL Carabao cup competition on Tuesday.
Defending champions of the EFL, Manchester United, returned to winning ways against Swansea after a shock 2-1 loss to Huddersfield in the premier league over the weekend.
Arsenal, meanwhile needed two goals from 18-year old Eddie Nketiah who was an 85th minute substitute to secure a 2-1 victory over Norwich City.
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The youngster equalized with almost his first touch of the game to force the match into extra time and produced another cool finish in the 96th minute to win the game for Arsene Wenger’s side.
The full result from Tuesday’s games are shown below:
Swansea City (0) vs Man United (2)
Bristol City (4) vs Crystal Palace (1)
Bournemouth (3) vs Middlesbrough (1)
Leicester City (3) vs Leeds United (1)
Arsenal (2) vs Norwich City (1)
Man. City 0 (3) vs Wolves 0 (1)
Wednesday, 25th October will feature the second round of matches and below are the fixtures:
Chelsea vs Everton (7:45 pm)
Tottenham vs West Ham (8:00 pm)
The EFL cup is open to all 92 clubs in the top four divisions of English football and is currently called the Carabao cup due to a sponsorship deal with energy drink producers, Carabao.