Third-round Carabao Cup results 9/11/22

Carabao Cup third round

Clubs that have been active in European play this season. Finally, entered the Carabao Cup in its third round on Wednesday, night.

One Premier League team was upset by a team from a lower league, and there were also minor surprises in a handful of the all-top-flight matches. Take a look below for a recap of tonight’s Carabao Cup action.

Score: Arsenal 3, Brighton 3.
After gaining their first win under new manager Roberto De Zerbi, Brighton has beaten Wolves and Chelsea in the Premier League. In recent days, they have carried that form into the Carabao Cup as well.

The game started with Danny Welbeck scoring for Arsenal, but the Seahawks came back with three straight goals from Welbeck, Kaoru Mitoma, and Tariq Lamptey to steal the show.

Player ratings for Arsenal’s loss against Brighton, 1-3. Crystal Palace and Newcastle tied 0-0 (3-2 on penalties). Both managers used the match at St. James’ Park to rotate their starting lineups, and the result was a scoreless draw.

Even though Newcastle controlled play and had more shots on goal, Nick Pope’s three penalty saves in the shootout were the difference. Two goals for Nottingham Forest, none for Tottenham.

When Jesse Lingard scored the goal that eliminated Tottenham from the competition, he added to the burden on Spurs’ coach Antonio Conte, who was already stresseda lot of stress.

Forest won thanks to two quick goals just before the hour mark. First, Lingard assisted Renan Lodi on a goal, and then he scored one himself. Orel Mangala was sent off for the hosts with only 10 players for the final 15 minutes after receiving two yellow cards in quick succession.

To a draw between Southampton and Sheffield Wednesday (6-5 on penalties. Southampton, who were on the verge of hiring a new manager, required penalties to beat League One’s Sheffield Wednesday and go to the quarterfinals.

Midway through the first half, Josh Windass, put Wednesday ahead, and James Ward-Prowse added a penalty goal right before halftime. Until Dominic Iorfa missed a 12th-and-final shot in the shootout, they were both perfect.

Final Score: West Ham 2, Blackburn 4. (9-10 on penalties)
West Ham was eliminated from the Carabao Cup on their turf after allowing an equalizer to Blackburn in the 88th minute and then losing the next 20-kick penalty shootout.

A goal by Jack Vale in the first quarter put the visitors in a favorable position in the Championship. With goals from Pablo Fornals and Michail Antonio, the Hammers thought they had done enough to win. However, Ben Brereton Diaz tied the game at 2-2. And then it was 19 straight penalties for both teams before Angelo Ogbonna finally whiffed.

Wolves 1, Leeds 0
There were several substitutions made by both teams, but it was still a one-goal game thanks to Boubacar Traore with five minutes remaining at Molineux.

While neither team created many scoring opportunities, the Wolves’ bench duo of Daniel Podence and the aforementioned Traore proved to be the game-winner.

Neither team scored in the Derby between Liverpool and Everton (3-2 on penalties)
n a penalty shootout against Derby, Liverpool won thanks to heroics from backup goalkeeper Caoimhin Kelleher, who was a surprise selection by manager Jurgen Klopp.

Despite the evident mismatch before kickoff, this game was not filled with chances, but both teams had a chance to win it in 90 minutes. When it came down to a shootout, however, Kelleher made three crucial saves.

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A 2-0 victory for Man City over Chelsea. To win comfortably against Chelsea at the Etihad Stadium, Manchester City relied on a fantastic performance from their substitute goalkeeper, Stefan Ortega.

Two City goals, scored by Riyad Mahrez and Julian Alvarez, came in the second half, but Ortega’s two first-half saves and one second-half stop were decisive.P layers rated in Man City’s 2-0 win over Chelsea