Manchester City will travel to Southampton in the quarter-finals of the Carabao Cup after their thrilling win over holders Liverpool on Thursday.
Crawley Town produced the shock of the night in the EFL Cup as they eliminated Fulham, while all other nine Premier League sides progressed.
Everton’s free-scoring forward line once again proved the difference as progression in the cup was secured.
The Spaniard produced a trademark performance, while Donny Van de Beek also impressed.
A summer signing also notched his debut goal on a comfortable night for the Cityzens.
A Shelvey stunner equalised late, with Newcastle ultimately progressing via the shootout.
The pair scored in the closing stages of the game to set their side up for a meeting with Preston or Brighton in the next round
They move into the fourth round of the competition where they will face either Fleetwood Town or Everton
The Championship recovered from being 2-1 down in the second half to move into the next round where they will meet Fulham or Sheffield Wednesday
Carlo Ancelotti’s side predictably proved far too strong for their League Two counterparts.
The Saints’ cup dreams ended at Championship hands despite a strong starting line-up.
Alioski levelled the scores in injury time, but Hull progressed in a mammoth penalty shootout.
Fulham edged out The Tractor Boys to set up a date with Sheffield Wednesday in round three.
The potential for a banana skin was there, but Slaven Bilic’s side ensured there were no slip-ups.
“Since I arrived here until the last day I want to fight to play as well as possible and see the Etihad full for every game.”
There are fears that the additional fixtures could have a huge impact on the English League Cup.
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Rafael Benitez believes Newcastle were unlucky against Nottingham Forest.
Newcastle crashed out of the EFL Cup, losing 3-1 to Nottingham Forest.
Here’s how the night’s EFL Cup action unfolded, as League One, Two and Championship sides locked horns.
Man City boss Pep Guardiola expects a “tough” trip to Ashton Gate in the return leg of their EFL Cup semi.
Plus Rooney’s bizarre send-off, a changing mood at Manchester United and ripping up…
Burton manager Nigel Clough will try to cause a Carabao Cup upset at Jose Mourinho’s Man United.