Manchester City won an absorbing Carabao Cup semi-final second leg to reach Wembley.
The Carabao Cup is about to get interesting. Especially for Pogba, Howe, Hart and Theo. And then there's der Klassiker...
Technical hitches in a Carabao Cup live draw? Surely bloody not?! We won't hear of it.
Mauricio Pochettino has blamed a "lack of aggression" for Tottenham's 3-2 defeat to West Ham.
West Ham were 2-0 down but pulled off a phenomenal comeback at Wembley. They think it's a real trophy.
"The ball is very light, when you touch it, it’s floating, it’s rubbish," says the Manchester City midfielder.
Mauricio Pochettino wants the Premier League and Champions League, not the bloody Carabao Cup.
Jesse Lingard scores when he wants. And he wants to do so twice on a Tuesday evening.
Who is Eddie Nketiah? Arsenal's new hero. He comes off the bench to score twice, including one in ET.
Manchester City were forced to a penalty shoot-out by Wolves, but came through in the end.
Crystal Palace fall to yet another heavy defeat. This one was against a Championship side.
Even Callum Wilson scored as Bournemouth reached the Carabao Cup quarter-finals.
Michael Appleton has won both of his games in charge of Leicester. Of course he has.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger thinks that no club should "sacrifice" any competition.
Ask Boro, Leicester, Swansea, Blackburn and Birmingham. There is a point if you take it seriously.
Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham, Man City and Man United avoid one another in the Carabao Cup.
Jose Mourinho has win the League Cup on four occasions. But even he isn't sure it's worth it.
Jurgen Klopp did not mean to give that much away but he ended up naming three of his latest team.
None of the Premier League elite face each other in the third round. In fact, most are at home.
It was a mixed night for Premier League sides in the Carabao Cup...
There were 274 changes to starting line-ups in 19 Carabao Cup second-round ties on Tuesday.
Here are the winners: A couple of excellent Leicester players, the forgotten James McCarthur and...
Here are the losers. A pair from Watford (including the captain), a Leicester striker and more...
Who is pumped to watch the Carabao Cup third-round draw at 4:15am on Thursday morning?
The Carabao Cup second-round draw caused more confusion on Thursday. Need it be that complicated?
So aside from sounds problems, issues with the graphics and Charlton being drawn twice, it went well.
The EFL Cup will be known as the Carabao Cup after a new sponsorship agreement was reached.
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