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Stoke City 1-3 Tottenham: Bale and Kane on target as Spurs reach last four

A thunderous strike from Ben Davies and Harry Kane's 16th goal of the season sealed Tottenham's place in the EFL Cup semi-final as Stoke City were consigned to a 3-1 home defeat. Spurs dominated the first half and Gareth Bale put them ahead with a glancing header on a miserable Wednesday evening. Bale was withdrawn

Arsenal 1-4 Manchester City: Guardiola’s men piles more misery for Arteta’s

Manchester City booked an EFL Cup semi-final spot and piled more pressure on Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta with a resounding 4-1 win at the Emirates Stadium on Tuesday. Arteta, who was Pep Guardiola's assistant at City before taking charge of the Gunners a year ago, has faced questions over his future after a dismal start to

Burnley 0-3 Manchester City: Torres on target as Sterling nets brace

Manchester City bounced back from their Premier League humbling by Leicester City with a 3-0 EFL Cup victory over Burnley, with Raheem Sterling scoring twice and Ferran Torres netting his first goal for the club. A 5-2 home reverse on Sunday left Pep Guardiola's men in need of a result and a performance to steady their burgeoning

Tottenham 1-1 Chelsea (pens 5-4): Spurs win on penalty as Lloris saves Mount’s spot-kick after Lamela had forced shootout with late equaliser

Spurs, facing this awful schedule, progress against the odds. Tottenham trailed from the 19th minute until the 83rd, but they are through. Lamela equalised after Werner's opener and neither goalkeeper could make a save in the shoot-out. Mount's final spot-kick flashed agonisingly wide, though, and Chelsea crash out.  There is little time

Lincoln 2-7 Liverpool: Jones & Minamino hit brace in EFL Cup rout

Curtis Jones and Takumi Minamino struck braces as a much-changed Liverpool cruised past Lincoln City 7-2 in an entertaining EFL Cup third-round clash on Thursday.  Jurgen Klopp made 10 changes from the side that beat Chelsea 2-0 in the Premier League on Sunday, with only Virgil van Dijk keeping his place, but they still had more than