Got a TV Licence?

You need one to watch live TV on any channel or device, and BBC programmes on iPlayer. It’s the law.

Find out more
I don’t have a TV Licence.

Live Reporting

Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

Get involved


    And that's the last tie of the night put to bed. Bolton have beaten Bury 3-2 after extra-time.

  2. Manager reaction

    MK Dons 3-1 AFC Wimbledon

    AFC Wimbledon

    AFC Wimbledon boss Neal Ardley: "I think they were better than us. They have a very brave, open philosophy. To concede from a set-piece is hard because you're chasing the game from that point.

    "We want a cup run, but we would have liked to have put a smile on the face of our fans. But we're not defined by whether we can beat Milton Keynes, we're defined by what's happened over the last 12 years.

    "[The mini pitch invasion] was disappointing. Obviously they want to celebrate the goal. But it is just a minority who have toppled over the edge with their emotion. I don't think there is too much malice in it."

  3. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    David Segal: Some people got in for a quid at @Dag_RedFC, sure did get value for money!

  4. Manager reaction

    MK Dons 3-1 AFC Wimbledon

    Karl Robinson

    MK Dons boss Karl Robinson: "It was satisfactory. It's always a hard fixture. You have to give credit to Neal Ardley and his team for how they approached the game. But I thought we looked very clinical.

    "It's going to be a very competitive fixture from here on in, regardless of where we play them or whatever league it is in.

    "It will never be like the first one. But you have to be careful, because you don't want to undermine anybody and hopefully we've come out of this being very respectful to the opposition."


    And Leyton Orient beat Plymouth 6-5 on penalties. Just Bolton v Bury still rolling then...


    Brentford have finally shaken off Dagenham & Redbridge. The League Two side miss penalties in the shootout from Ashley Chambers and Jack Connors after an amazing 6-6 draw...

  7. Manager reaction

    Shrewsbury 1-0 Blackpool

    Blackpool manager Jose Riga: "I knew this game could be difficult for us and it was. The best team won, for sure. We have many problems but this is a step more for us."

  8. Text us on 81111

    Anonymous: You think Brentford have never seen anything like it before...but they have!! Last season, we beat Wimbledon in the JPT 5-3 in the regular 90 mins. We loves a goal fest cup game!


    We have two penalty shootouts to endure then.

    Plymouth drew 3-3 with Leyton Orient, while Dagenham and Redbridge drew 6-6 with Brentford. An extraordinary cup tie!


    Birmingham 3-1 Cambridge


    Rotherham 1-0 Fleetwood


    Crawley 1-0 Ipswich


    Chesterfield 3-5 Huddersfield


    A tie-break may be required at Dagenham!

    It's 6-6 (SIX-ALL). Madness.

    Harlee Dean heads home yet another leveller with three minutes left. Penalties?


    What a crazy game! Dagenham & Redbridge are now 6-5 up over Brentford, with Ashley Hemmings scoring his second of the night.

    It's gone goal mad in Bolton too, the Championship side now 3-2 up over Bury after two quick goals from Neil Danns and one from Bury's Jimmy McNulty.

    Plenty of time left in that one - which was a 20:00 BST kick-off.


    At the halfway point of extra-time Birmingham now lead Cambridge 3-1, Huddersfield remain 5-3 up over Chesterfield, Crawley and Ipswich remains goalless, Dagenham and Brentford are locked at five all and it's Plymouth 3-3 Leyton Orient.

    Rotherham have taken a 1-0 lead over Fleetwood with Matt Derbyshire scoring a penalty, while Bolton are now 2-1 up over Bury at the start of that extra period.

  17. League Cup latest

    Six minutes of added time at the Macron Stadium and it's enough for Bolton, who win a penalty which Craig Davies scores to break Bury's hearts. 1-1 and extra-time.

    Elsewhere, two late goals at the Madejski Stadium. Shaun Jeffers' header gives Newport County hope but Craig Tanner finishes a slick move on his debut and it ends 3-1 to Reading.

  18. Manager reaction

    Man Utd 2-1 Valencia

    Louis van Gaal

    Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal told MUTV: "It was our worst match. There were a lot of wrong choices and wrong passes.

    "We are fitter than our opponents.

    "We have to pick the right time to pass. We have not done that."

  19. Player reaction

    Real Madrid 2-0 Sevilla

    gareth Bale

    Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale: "We got the job done and got the trophy. We played well, it will take a little bit of time for everyone to settle in but we have plenty of time to improve.

    "Cristiano Ronaldo shows every game what he can do. Everybody works hard for the team. It was great to be back in my hometown, it's a dream come true to win a trophy here. Everybody comes to Real Madrid to win trophies. We want to play for the best team in the world and we want to keep winning trophies."

  20. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    William Gough: New manager, new pitch, new team; Same old Bristol City losing to lower league teams in the cup.

  21. Extra-time latest

    Goals are flying in in the games which have gone to extra-time.

    Birmingham now lead Cambridge 2-1, Huddersfield are 5-3 up at Chesterfield, It's 5-5 between Dagenham and Brentford and Leyton Orient are 3-2 up at Plymouth.

    Five apiece!

  22. See you later

    Real Madrid 2-0 Sevilla

    Sevilla fans, players and staff are all saying an emotional farewell to tearful left-back Alberto Moreno, who is set to join Liverpool.

    Not the way he would have wanted to go but a good move.

  23. League Cup latest

    Striker Nick Blackman's solo effort looks to have killed the game at the Madejski Stadium where Reading lead Newport County 2-0 - a 20:00 BST kick-off there.

    Elsewhere, Gillingham have held on for a 2-1 win in an all-League One clash at Yeovil Town while a shock could be on the cards at the Macron Stadium where League Two Bury lead Championship neighbours Bolton Wanderers 1-0 thanks to Ryan Lowe's first-half strike.

  24. Post update

    Real Madrid 2-0 Sevilla

    Cristiano Ronaldo stops on his way back down the steps for a quick chat with Sir Alex Ferguson - who signed him for Manchester United on this day in 2003. Fair to say that was a decent buy.

  25. Post update

    Real Madrid 2-0 Sevilla

    Iker Casillas lifts Super Cup

    Iker Casillas hoists yet another trophy above his head - the Uefa Super Cup is in the bag. Gareth Bale gets the biggest cheer of all as the majority of the crowd celebrate Real Madrid's success.


    MK Dons 3-1 AFC Wimbledon

    BBC Sport's Chris Osborne at Stadium MK: "Matt Tubbs scores a late consolation from the spot. A couple of dozen AFC Wimbledon fans run on to the pitch to celebrate. I'm not sure why, they've just lost 3-1. They are shepherded off and the MK Dons fans revel in a job well done."

  27. Post update

    Full-time at Molineux where League Two Northampton Town, inspired by a debut brace from midfielder Lawson D'Ath, defeat Championship Wolverhampton Wanderers 3-2. It's the Cobblers' first win at Wolves' famous home.

    Elsewhere, Doncaster Rovers have edged an all-Yorkshire affair at Bootham Crescent with Harry Forrester's strike giving them a 1-0 win over York City.

  28. Post update

    Real Madrid 2-0 Sevilla

    The Sevilla players collect their Super Cup runners up medals - highly prized I'm sure.

  29. Post update

    A late Aaron McLean goal is enough to book Bradford's spot in the second round at the expense of Morecambe, while they will be joined in the draw by Middlesbrough, who eased past Oldham 3-0.

    Millwall are also in the hat after edging past Wycombe 1-0 thanks to an early Matthew Briggs strike, though the debutant was later sent off. Port Vale thrashed Hartlepool 6-2 and League Two Portsmouth beat League One Peterborough 1-0.

  30. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Awittor Fred Kwame: Clear intent to retain the Ballon d'Or? Well, tonight's CR7 performance sends a certain Lionel Messi a message!!


    Full-time whistles beginning to sound around the country. Check the right of your screen (desktop) or 'scores' tab (mobile) for the latest confirmed results.

  32. League Cup latest

    Doncaster Rovers striker Harry Forrester scores from just outside the box to give his side a late 1-0 lead at York City.


    Real Madrid 2-0 Sevilla

    First trophy of the season for Real Madrid. I doubt it will be their last.


    Stoppage time in the League Cup and the Super Cup. Any late drama?

  35. League Cup latest

    A night for Hartlepool to forget at Vale Park, where Port Vale now lead 6-2 thanks to Tom Pope's second goal of the game.

    Meanwhile Aaron McLean has given League One Bradford a late 1-0 advantage at Morecambe.

  36. League Cup latest

    Huddersfield are fighting back at Chesterfield as a Nahki Wells penalty means they trail 3-2 as the game enters the last five minutes.

    Brentford look to have broken Dagenham & Redbridge hearts as Andre Gray's late strike means the Bees lead 4-3, while Bournemouth are beating Exeter 2-0.

    Swindon have turned things round at Luton. They were trailing 1-0 but two Michel Smith goals means they lead 2-1.

    FIVE GAMES going to extra-time as it stands...

  37. Post update

    Real Madrid 2-0 Sevilla

    Iker Casillas

    Two minutes to go and Sevilla have just woken up. Iker Casillas has to make a rare save to push the ball clear for a corner...

  38. GOAL

    MK Dons 3-0 AFC Wimbledon

    BBC Sport's Chris Osborne at Stadium MK: "If it wasn't over, it is now. The AFC Wimbledon defence gets in a right muddle and Benik Afobe, on loan from Arsenal, calmly finishes. Those Wimbledon fans who were agitated earlier have pretty given up. It's not worth it lads."

  39. Post update

    Real Madrid 2-0 Sevilla

    Cristiano Ronaldo is back on the pitch and looks happy enough. He has six minutes to get another treble under his belt.

  40. Post update

    Real Madrid 2-0 Sevilla

    Is this hat-trick time? No - brilliant tackle! Cristiano Ronaldo looks to be in on goal but Grzegorz Krychowiak makes a cracking recovery tackle. Both men go down injured but I think they'll both be OK...


    Man Utd 2-1 Valencia

    BBC Sport's Richard Winton at Old Trafford: "Marouane Fellaini, of all people, gives Louis van Gaal his first home win as Manchester United manager. The Belgian beats goalkeeper Diego Lopez to a Tyler Blackett delivery and lashes into the empty net with the final act of the game."

  42. League Cup latest

    What a turnaround for Plymouth. They trailed 2-0 after 45 minutes but Reuben Reid, who scored on the stroke of half-time, has added a second to make it 2-2.

    Port Vale finally appear to have put the game to bed against Hartlepool, Tom Pope pouncing to give them a 5-2 lead against Hartlepool.

  43. Post update

    Into the last 10 minutes in the Super Cup, and approaching the last 10 in normal time of 30 of our 32 League Cup ties.

    Can the Cobblers hang on? (Other teams are playing...)

  44. League Cup latest

    After no goals in the first half we have had three already at Molineux and it's the visitors Northampton Town who take a 3-2 lead. Lawson D'Ath scores a second on debut with a looping header and Wolves are stunned.

  45. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Number Six: believe it or not Boro just like watching the galacticos tonight! Goals after 30 and 49 replicating Ronaldo's two!

    Matt Donnelly: I think Real could sign anyone and they still wouldn't come close to the impact Ronaldo has made - never known consistency like it.

  46. League Cup latest

    Some clinical counter-attacking sees Watford take the lead against Stevenage. It's summer recruit Lloyd Dyer who rounds off the move after Diego Fabbrini unselfishly squares to leave him with a simple tap-in.

    Nottingham Forest, who are 1-0 up on Tranmere, must now defend their lead with 10 men after Michael Mancienne is dismissed for a second yellow card following a late challenge on Jason Koumas.


    Real Madrid 2-0 Sevilla

    James Rodriguez

    James Rodriguez will get better for Real Madrid, but his night is over. Isco comes on in his place, a man who has seen his route to the first team get a lot harder in recent weeks.

  48. League Cup latest

    Goal rush at Molineux! Fresh from taking the lead against the run of play teenage striker Ivan Toney makes it 2-0 to League Two Northampton Town before a quickfire double from Championship Wolves pair Nouha Dicko and Sam Ricketts makes it 2-2.

    Over at Huish Park Gillingham respond to Yeovil Town's equaliser by grabbing back the lead. Aaron Morris makes it 2-1 to the Gills before Glovers defender Seth Twumasi sees red.


    Real Madrid 2-0 Sevilla - Aspas on

    Steady on Liverpool fans, here's the one that got away. Iago Aspas is on for Sevilla.

    And then what a save! The first time James Rodriguez has had a shot tonight, crunched in left-footed and Beto makes a crackign one-handed stop.

  50. League Cup latest


    Bournemouth have broken down Exeter City's stubborn resistance to take the lead at St James' Park, Scot Bennett shinning in for the Championship side.

    Meanwhile, Charlton are running riot against Colchester as a quickfire Lawrie Wilson double makes it 3-0. Huddersfield have pulled one back at Chesterfield, Nahki Wells's goal making it 2-1. Amazingly, Dagenham & Redbridge have pulled it back to 3-3 against Brentford, having been 3-1 down.

    Finally, Luton, newly promoted to the Football League, lead Swindon 1-0 with Luke Rooney scoring a penalty against his former side.


    Real Madrid 2-0 Sevilla

    Sevilla left-back Fernando Navarro is booked for the most cynical foul you can get. Gareth Bale toes it round him and Navarro just yanks his shirt back. It must be dispiriting getting skinned for pace all night...

  52. League Cup latest

    Grant Leadbitter celebrates

    Game, set and match at Boundary Park? Grant Leadbitter and striker Kike have scored for Championship side Middlesbrough to give them a 3-0 lead against Oldham. It's a long way back for the League One side from here.

    Hartlepool look to be back in the match at Port Vale, Neil Austin stroking in a penalty to reduce the deficit to 3-2, but Michael Brown swiftly heads in to make it 4-2 to the Valiants.

  53. League Cup latest

    Three Championship sides are finding it tough going against League Two clubs in the first round of the Cup. Burton are now 2-1 up against Wigan, with Stuart Beavon getting the goal.

    Birmingham are still being held 1-1 by Cambridge United, while Brighton are yet to make a breakthrough at home to Cheltenham.

  54. Post update

    Real Madrid 2-0 Sevilla

    My head has been turned by events at Molineux, but fear not. Not much going on in Cardiff at the moment, that second Cristiano Ronaldo goal has really stifled Sevilla.

    Karim Benzema turns in the box to thrash in a low shot which is well saved by Beto. Real could get more if they want them, it appears...

  55. GOAL

    Man Utd 1-1 Valencia

    BBC Sport's Richard Winton at Old Trafford: "The Spanish side draw level after 71 minutes with their first real opportunity as Rodrigo Moreno steals in behind Phil Jones to convert a teasing deep delivery. Not clever defending by the England international."

  56. Post update

    Vintage Lawson D'Ath. You can't give him that much room...

  57. League Cup latest

    Yeovil Town are back on level terms with Gillingham. Ex-Nottingham Forest midfielder Simon Gillett fires home a free-kick to make it 1-1 at Huish Park.

    Elsewhere, after weathering heavy downpours and Wolves pressure (including three disallowed goals), new man Lawson D'Ath comes off the bench to give League Two Northampton Town a surprise lead at soggy Molineux.

  58. GOAL

    MK Dons 2-0 AFC Wimbledon

    BBC Sport's Chris Osborne at Stadium MK: "Daniel Powell's well taken goal will probably have finished off AFC Wimbledon.

    "And it would seem some of their fans know it, as about 20 or so of them move to the front of the stand and are confronted by a group of stewards. It looks just about under control."

  59. Post update

    Real Madrid 2-0 Sevilla

    Gareth Bale takes on three men for pace and beats them all. What an athlete.

    Most of the crowd inside the stadium are just wanting a Bale goal to seal the night now.

  60. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    MOTD presenter Gary Lineker

    Cristiano Ronaldo

    "Ronaldo is imperious! A delight to watch."

  61. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Ijaz: Real Madrid too good for the other teams. Great coach, great players = deadly combination.

    Harry Dale: I have one word to describe Sevilla tonight; LETHARGIC.

  62. Post update

    Real Madrid 2-0 Sevilla

    Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 18 times against Sevilla since his move to Real Madrid five years ago. Eighteen! Extraordinary.

  63. GOAL

    Real Madrid 2-0 Sevilla - Cristiano Ronaldo (49 mins)

    Cristiano Ronaldo shoots
    Cristiano Ronaldo and James Rodriguez celebrate

    Power. Pure power is enough for Cristiano Ronaldo as he doubles his tally for the night.

    Karim Benzema finds Ronaldo bursting into the box, he looks up and then just hammers home a left-footed drive from 15 yards, goalkeeper Beto gets fingers to it but can only slow the ball down as it flies into the corner.

    Should he have done better? Maybe. But that was travelling.

  64. Post update

    Real Madrid 1-0 Sevilla

    Sevilla start the second period brightly with Denis Suarez - once of Manchester City - looking a threat down the left flank.

  65. KICK-OFF

    Real Madrid 1-0 Sevilla

    Back under way in Cardiff. Can Sevilla turn this one around?

  66. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Festus Abrah-Yeboah: This is what beautiful attacking football is all about! Real Madrid are simply mesmerizing their way through.

  67. League Cup latest

    I make it 11 ties which are still level at half-time. That's 11 ties which could go to extra-time and penalties. That's 11 too many...

  68. Text us on 81111

    Les ferdinand

    Gavin from London: This is the first time in over a decade that a team has been constructed that is too good for Xabi Alonso to start in...scary

    Matt in Bath: That Real shirt collar has a hint of Newcastle in 1995. Keep expecting Sir Les to pop up.

    Les Ferdinand for Karim Benzema - the only way this team could get any better?

  69. GOAL

    Man Utd 1-0 Valencia

    Manchester United celebrate

    BBC Sport's Richard Winton at Old Trafford: "Ashley Young's corner is not cleared properly and Darren Fletcher's low effort from the edge of the area rears up off the outstretched boot of a defender and past Diego Alves in the Valencia goal.

    "As the crowd celebrates, Louis van Gaal scribbles furiously on a sheaf of paper."

  70. League Cup latest

    Plymouth have given themselves hope of a comeback against Leyton Orient. After going 2-0 behind to strikes from Dean Cox and Mathieu Baudry, Reuben Reid scored on the stroke of half-time for the League Two side to reduce the deficit to 2-1.

    Millwall and Middlesbrough still lead against Wycombe and Oldham respectively, while Ben Williamson's hat-trick means Port Vale lead Hartlepool 3-1. Portsmouth remain on course to cause an upset against Peterborough, while it's goalless between Morecambe and Bradford.


    MK Dons 1-0 AFC Wimbledon

    Wimbledon fans

    BBC Sport's Chris Osborne at Stadium MK: "Dare I say it but it's all been reasonably, well, amicable here.

    "MK Dons fans even clapped AFC Wimbledon's Jack Smith as he was taken off on a stretcher. Kyle McFadzean's cheeky goal, scored in front of the visiting supporters, separates the sides.

    "Wimbledon have given their contingent little to get behind - all they crave is to have at least one day of eclipsing MK, is it too much for them to ask?"

  72. League Cup latest

    Souleymane Doukara is on fire as his second of the game has Leeds 2-0 up against Accrington Stanley at half-time. He latched on to Lewis Cook's ball before finishing superbly. It is not going so well for Leeds' West Yorkshire rivals Huddersfield, though, who trail Chesterfield 2-0.

    Thunder and lightning in the skies above The Valley, where hosts Charlton have the lead against Colchester. U's skipper Magnus Okuonghae handled the ball inside the area and Yoni Buyens sent the keeper the wrong way from the spot.

    A goal by former Hull City striker Nick Proschwitz sees Brentford extend their lead at Dagenham & Redbridge and they are 3-1 just before the break.

  73. Post update

    Real Madrid 1-0 Sevilla

    Carlo Ancelotti

    BBC Wales football correspondent Rob Phillips at Cardiff City Stadium: "What a contrast between the two managers.

    "Carlo Ancelotti standing still, chewing gum, but showing little emotion. Unai Emery waving arms and shouting orders as his side try to stem the white tide."


    Real Madrid 1-0 Sevilla

    Cristiano Ronaldo

    Bookmakers will be out of pocket yet again as Real Madrid lead through a Cristiano Ronaldo goal. They've not been at their fluent best, but look ominously superb on the break.

    Trophy one of six looks to be on its way to Madrid.

  75. League Cup latest

    There could be a shock on the cards at Ewood Park with Neal Bishop heading League One side Scunthorpe into the lead against Blackburn. At St Andrew's, Ryan Donaldson equalises for League Two outfit Cambridge just before half-time against Birmingham.

    There are no such problems for another Championship club Wigan who are ahead at League Two Burton Albion - former West Brom player Marc-Antoine Fortune with the goal. In the all League One tie, Crewe are 1-0 up at Barnsley thanks to Billy Waters' close-range strike.

  76. League Cup latest

    Reading striker Pavel Pogrebnyak springs the offside trap and chips Newport County goalkeeper Lenny Pidgeley to give his side a 1-0 lead at the Madejski Stadium.


    Real Madrid 1-0 Sevilla

    Almost half-time in Cardiff, where Sevilla are enjoying their best spell of possession. Against the best counter-attacking side in the world, keeping the ball isn't always enough though.

    Mark Clattenburg then books Dani Carvajal for a cynical shirt-pull.

  78. League Cup latest

    More woe for Blackpool, who fall behind to Shrewsbury of League Two. It's Scott Vernon on the scoresheet, chesting neatly before beating Joe Lewis. Credit to Ashley Vincent for some tidy work in the build-up.

    I'm confident that our new favourite Jeffrey Rentmeister was not culpable in any way though....


    Man Utd 0-0 Valencia

    Louis van Gaal

    BBC Sport's Richard Winton at Old Trafford: "It's been a relatively staid opening 45 minutes of Louis van Gaal's reign at Old Trafford, so much so that the Dutchman spent the duration in his seat. Wayne Rooney's penalty miss was the only real moment of note and one of the few incidents to rouse a remarkably large crowd inside the ground."

  80. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Ben Franklin: That cross by Bale for the goal might be the greatest pass I've ever seen.

    UnSimple Simon: Bale & Ronaldo. Did they really need to add anyone to the team? Waste of £65m on James Rodriguez.

  81. League Cup latest

    Bury, of League Two, are 1-0 up at Championship rivals Bolton Wanderers. Evergreen striker Ryan Lowe taps in Andrew Tutte's pass to give the Shakers a shock lead.

    Meanwhile, Wolves have just had their third goal of the evening disallowed in their clash with Northampton Town.

  82. Post update

    Real Madrid 1-0 Sevilla

    Sevilla are having more of the ball now, and Iker Casillas had to be sharp to turn away a close-range effort after James Rodriguez had given the ball away sloppily. The Colombian has been on the fringes of the game so far.

  83. League Cup latest

    He struggled to make an impact in the Premier League with Fulham, but defender Matthew Briggs has wasted no time in impressing for Millwall, scoring on his debut to give the Lions the lead at home against Wycombe.

    Another Championship side, Middlesbrough, also lead 1-0, as they get their noses in front through a Luke Williams strike at Oldham.

  84. League Cup latest

    Huddersfield pulled the trigger on former boss Mark Robins one game into the season after they lost 4-0 at home to Bournemouth and it is not getting any better for the Terriers as Chesterfield take the lead, Ritchie Humphreys getting his 37-year-old head to ball into the box to nod in.

  85. Post update

    Real Madrid 1-0 Sevilla

    Cristiano Ronaldo

    I'm not sure how you can defend against Real Madrid when they are in that mood. Sevilla lost the ball 70 yards from their own goal and a quick one-two between the world's two most expensive players later and they are a goal down.

  86. League Cup latest

    Gillingham take the lead at Huish Park as winger Brennan Dickenson makes it 1-0 after a mix-up in the Yeovil Town defence.

  87. GOAL

    Real Madrid 1-0 Sevilla - Cristiano Ronaldo (30 mins)

    Cristiano Ronaldo scores
    Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates

    What a cross! That is absolutely sensational stuff from Gareth Bale. He collects Cristiano Ronaldo's crossfield pass just over the halfway line, gallops forwards and then swings the ball over, from a good 45 yards out, and it is inch perfect to find Ronaldo at the back post.

    He converts, but it was all about the pass. On the money.

  88. League Cup latest

    Good news for Dave Hockaday as his Leeds side have taken the lead against Accrington Stanley. Souleymane Doukara, on loan at Leeds from Italian side Catania, opens his account for the club with a finish on the turn.

    The goals are flying in at Victoria Road where hosts Dagenham & Redbridge are losing 2-1 to Brentford. The Bees had gone two up thanks to goals from Stuart Dallas, but George Porter halved the deficit.

  89. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Kritt Normsaskul: Making my way home to catch the Real v Sevilla game. Just saw Real's line-up...ridiculous.


    Real Madrid 0-0 Sevilla

    Brilliant. It's brilliant play from Real Madrid as Toni Kroos switches play with a perfect 45-yard pass out wide, Karim Benzema recycles it inside, Cristiano Ronaldo's first touch takes him away from his marker and when the whole ground waits for the net to bulge, Sevilla keeper Beto makes a brave one-handed save.

  91. League Cup latest

    Birmingham take the lead against League Two Cambridge thanks to a strike from summer free signing Clayton Donaldson. Over at Ashton Gate, League One Bristol City are in a good position to make it two wins from two after going 1-0 ahead against League Two Oxford United, with an effort from 20-year-old Joe Bryan.

  92. Post update

    Real Madrid 0-0 Sevilla

    BBC Wales football correspondent Rob Phillips at Cardiff City Stadium: "No doubt the Sevilla fans are setting the tone with the singing inside the Cardiff City Stadium.

    "Most noise from them behind Beto's goal. Also in the fashion stakes, Manager Unai Emery's elbow pads are Sevilla red!"

  93. GOAL

    MK Dons 1-0 AFC Wimbledon

    BBC Sport's Chris Osborne at Stadium MK: "Do you remember that goal Gianfranco Zola scored against Norwich City? That near-post flick of wonder?

    "Well Kyle McFadzean has just done the same thing for MK Dons - but in a more League One kind of way. It's taken the bite out of the AFC Wimbledon fans' chants, who must just be sick and tired of the letters M and K."

  94. League Cup latest

    Bad news if you arrived 20 minutes late at Vale Park - you've missed a feast of goals. League One side Port Vale are already 3-1 up against League Two Hartlepool, and striker Ben Williamson has grabbed a hat-trick for the Valiants.

    Meanwhile, there could be a shock on the cards at Fratton Park, where League Two Portsmouth lead League One Peterborough 1-0 thanks to Miles Storey's drilled effort.


    Man Utd 0-0 Valencia

    Wayne Rooney misses penalty

    BBC Sport's Richard Winton at Old Trafford: "Manchester United have just enjoyed the first real opportunity of the game but Wayne Rooney's spot kick - after he was impeded when trying to connect with an Ashley Young cross - cannoned against an upright."


    Real Madrid 0-0 Sevilla

    Gareth Bale is getting closer! He makes up some tremendous ground at the back post to meet a hanging James Rodriguez cross, sliding in to reach it and hook the ball on goal. Goalkeeper Beto makes the save though.

    Sir Alex Ferguson is a watching spectator - he was at Rochdale v Peterborough on Saturday. Retirement a bit dull Alex?

    Alex Ferguson
  97. Costa del goals

    Diego Costa

    Diego Costa has made a superb start on his Chelsea home debut with two goals inside the first eight minutes of the pre-season friendly against Real Sociedad at a wet Stamford Bridge.

    The Spain international, who cost the Blues £32m from Atletico Madrid, slid home the first from Ramires' pass in the opening minute, before tapping in when Andre Schurrle's shot came off the post.

    It's not looking promising for Fernando Torres...

  98. Post update

    League Cup latest

    What a start to his Nottingham Forest career for Michail Antonio. The £1.5m winger makes it two in two outings for the Reds to give them an early lead against Tranmere, heading home Chris Burke's cross at the back post.

  99. CLOSE!

    Real Madrid 0-0 Sevilla

    Real Madrid are getting closer.

    Cristiano Ronaldo fires a dipping free-kick onto the roof of the net before Gareth Bale has another powerful shot well charged down on the edge of the area. Shoot on sight policy from the Real front four so far...

  100. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Cosmo Heaven: 1-0 to the mighty Brentford already. Either think it's gonna be high scoring for us or setting us up for a fall!

    Championship side Brentford are at League Two Dagenham & Redbridge

  101. CLOSE!

    Real Madrid 0-0 Sevilla

    Gareth Bale's first chance to shoot is not one he turns down. The Welshman is not shut down and cracks in a rising left-footed drive which is deflected just wide of the far post.

  102. League Cup latest

    Sheffield Wednesday celebrate

    Just two minutes have passed at Hillsborough and already Sheffield Wednesday have the lead against Notts County courtesy of a corker from Jacques Maghoma, who rifles into the top corner from just outside the penalty area.

  103. League Cup latest

    Get out the map book

    Rotherham's League Cup game against Fleetwood is well under way but there is one very notable absentee from the directors' box at the New York Stadium.

    Fleetwood chairman Andy Pilley evidently punched 'Rotherham stadium' into his satellite navigation system and it seems to have not been updated with new maps, as he tweet from Sheffield: "Disaster we have just arrived at the Don Valley. Damn sat nav has took us to old ground!!"

    His side are drawing 0-0 at the moment.

  104. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Tom Geoffery: Bristol City have gone 1-0 up after 70 seconds. Sorry Real Madrid but it's all about Steve Cotterill's Galacticos tonight!

  105. Post update

    Real Madrid 0-0 Sevilla

    Cristiano Ronaldo

    Cristiano Ronaldo has the first shot of the night but drags his left-footed effort tamely at Beto in the Sevilla goal. James Rodriguez is playing on the left of a midfield trio in the early stages. Expect plenty of rotation though...

  106. Post update

    Man Utd 0-0 Valencia

    BBC Sport's Richard Winton at Old Trafford: "Expect plenty of discussion about Manchester United and tactics this term. Tonight, Louis van Gaal has his XI assembled in a 3-4-1-2 shape with Reece James and Ashley Young on the flanks and Juan Mata off the front two with much pointing and cajoling among the players as they try to get to grips with an unfamiliar system.

    "So far, United have recycled possession relatively diligently, albeit one or two of the back three still seem more than a touch apprehensive with the ball at their feet. With the tempo slow, though, chances have been scant."

  107. Post update

    Real Madrid 0-0 Sevilla

    Toni Kroos has taken up a very deep position in the Real Madrid midfield, demanding the ball from the back four like a Germanic Paul Scholes and ticking the ball over. Unsurprisingly, Madrid are dominating the early possession.

  108. Post update

    League Cup latest

    Bristol City

    BBC Sport reporter Caroline Chapman at Bristol City v Oxford United: "Two contractors have a cracking view at Ashton Gate."

  109. League Cup latest


    BBC sports reporter Jacqui Oatley at Molinuex for Wolves v Northampton: "Belting it down just before kick off at a sparsely populated Molineux. But the ducks are on their way."

  110. KICK-OFF

    Real Madrid 0-0 Sevilla

    We are under way in Cardiff - as whistles go off in the League Cup around the grounds...

  111. Post update

    Real Madrid v Sevilla (19:45 BST)

    Mark Clattenburg is referee tonight and leads out the teams in Cardiff. The Cardiff City Stadium looks pretty much full to me. The Bale effect.

  112. Post update

    MK Dons v AFC Wimbledon (19:45 BST)

    BBC Sport's Chris Osborne at Stadium MK: "The edge that enveloped this ground when these two sides first faced each other two years ago has definitely diminished this time around.

    "For one, AFC Wimbledon have probably brought about a quarter of the travelling support that made it for that FA Cup defeat.

    "Still, I expect it to be a prickly affair. Oh - and Bayo Akinfenwa starts for the visitors, so whatever happens, we're in for a treat."

  113. Post update

    Fast approaching kick-off in tonight's competitive action. A reminder that the 32 League Cup ties could all go to extra-time and penalties too this evening.

    Could be a late one.

  114. Goal alerts for your team

    Sign them up!

    Goal notifications

    With 32 games in the League Cup tonight what better way to ensure you are across all the action by downloading the BBC Sport App, because Android (phones and tablets) and iOS (iPhone and iPad) app users can sign up to receive alerts for more than 150 teams.

    You can receive alerts for kick-off, goals, half-time scores and results, and you can can sign up to any number of teams, not just your own club.

    The latest versions of the Android and iOS apps are available in the app stores and to sign up for alerts, click on the "My Alerts" link in the app menu (below "LIVE Radio"). Then select the team and alerts you want to receive.

  115. KICK-OFF

    Man Utd 0-0 Valencia

    Manchester United - captained by Wayne Rooney - are under way in their final pre-season friendly. It's the Stretford End's first glimpse of this 3-4-3 system favoured by Louis van Gaal.

  116. Post update

    Real Madrid v Sevilla (19:45 BST)

    James Rodriguez and Cristiano Ronaldo
    Gareth Bale

    If I was playing at the back for Sevilla, I'd be very frightened right about now.

    If you are just dialling in, here's a reminder of tonight's Real Madrid starting XI:

    Real: Casillas, Carvajal, Pepe, Sergio Ramos, Fabio Coentrao, Kroos, Rodriguez, Modric, Bale, Benzema, Ronaldo.

  117. A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

    Real Madrid v Sevilla (19:45 BST)

    Gareth Bale

    It's over eight years since Gareth Bale made his debut for Wales, becoming their youngest player in the process. He's filled out a bit since...

  118. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Let me know your thoughts on the next transfer record breaker. He's out there somewhere.

    You can text us on 81111 (UK Only) or tweet us at #bbcfootball.

    Gruffydd Rhys Davies: Paul Pogba is probably a good shout for breaking the 9-figure barrier in a few years if he continues to develop as he does now.

    Kevin Brown: Adnan Januzaj could easily be a record breaker if he builds muscle like Ronaldo did at United.

  119. Post update

    Man Utd v Valencia (19:30 BST)

    BBC Sport's Richard Winton at Old Trafford: "Another small point of order this evening is the curious presence of a 28-year-old from Dundee in the Valencia dugout.

    "Former Dundee United youth-team coach Ian Cathro is assistant to Nuno Espirito Santo, the duo having struck up a rapport at a coaching course in Ayrshire a few years ago and teamed up to guide hitherto unheralded Portuguese club Rio Ave to two cup finals last season. That, in turn, earned the pair a move to Spain in the summer."

  120. Ties to watch out for

    Tranmere v Nottm Forest (19:45 BST)

    Stuatr Pearce

    Stuart Pearce got his tenure as Nottingham Forest manager off to the perfect start with victory over Blackpool on Saturday but may find a tougher test against a Tranmere side celebrating the start of a new era.

    Former Football Association chief executive Mark Palios and his wife Nicola became the new owners of the League Two side earlier this week, and it could give the players and fans that little boost to cause a cup upset.

  121. BBC coverage

    Tune in

    BBC Radio 5 live

    On BBC Radio 5 live, Will Perry presents an evening of football action from the night's Capital One Cup ties, with former Everton midfielder Kevin Kilbane also giving his thoughts.

    Listen on the radio, BBC Sport App or online.

  122. Ties to watch out for

    Leeds v Accrington Stanley (19:45 BST)

    David Hockaday

    David Hockaday will be hoping to pick up his first win as Leeds boss as the Championship side take on Accrington Stanley.

    After losing at Millwall in their league opener on Saturday, Hockaday will no doubt be keen to provide the Leeds fans with a convincing performance, and not what would be a shock upset against a League Two side.

  123. LINE-UPS

    Real Madrid v Sevilla (19:45 BST)

    Rainbow over Cardiff City Stadium

    Real Madrid: Casillas, Carvajal, Pepe, Sergio Ramos, Fabio Coentrao, Kroos, Rodriguez, Modric, Bale, Benzema, Ronaldo. Subs: Navas, Varane, Marcelo, Arbeloa, Di Maria, Isco, Illarramendi.

    Sevilla: Beto, Coke, Pareja, Fazio, Fernando Navarro, Alex Vidal, Krychowiak, Carrico, Vitolo, Suarez, Bacca. Subs: Barbosa, Diogo Figueiras, Reyes, Jairo, Iborra, Aspas, Luismi.

    Referee: Mark Clattenburg (England)

  124. League Cup latest

    Shrewsbury v Blackpool

    Good news for Blackpool - they have named six of the possible seven subs tonight and have also completed two signings: Jeffrey Rentmeister and Joel Dielna have both joined the club on one-year deals.

    Jeffrey Rentmeister is the best name this season. He's my new favourite player.

    Blackpool: Lewis, Mellis, Rentmeister, Clarke, Oriol, Perkins, Lundstram, Zenjov, Cwyka, Orlandi, Delfouneso Subs: Parish, Dunne, Waddington, Telford, Miller, Dielna.

  125. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Let me know your thoughts on the next transfer record breaker. He's out there somewhere.

    You can text us on 81111 (UK Only) or tweet us at #bbcfootball.

    Alexis Ozil: Aaron Ramsey. I can see him joining Madrid for 90 million pounds in two years.

    William 17: Luke Shaw although I think he'll stay at United all his career.

    Surely Luke Shaw's had the biggest move of his career already?

  126. Team News

    Man Utd v Valencia (19:30 BST)

    BBC Sport's Richard Winton at Old Trafford: "Louis van Gaal's first Old Trafford programme notes stress the importance of continued improvement and pleasing the supporters. To that end, the announcement of the following starting XI seemed to curry favour...

    "De Gea, Jones, Mata, Rooney, Smalling, Hernandez, Young, Herrera, Fletcher, James, Blackett.

    "The Dutchman also added: 'I have managed in Spain, Germany and the Netherlands, so there was only one football country I wanted to see inside and that was England because of the level of the Premier League and the atmosphere. I cannot wait to get started.'"

  127. Mate, can you play on Tuesday night?

    Shrewsbury v Blackpool

    Jose Riga

    We've all been there. You've got a 5-a-side game in midweek but Gaz has cryed off 'injured', Dave is not allowed out after a row with his missus, Steve doesn't fancy it in the rain and Pete's car is in for a service.

    You're four men short and have to go through your phonebook hoping to find someone available. All standards catered for.

    Blackpool boss Jose Riga is in the same boat tonight, as after being able to name just four substitutes in their Championship opener at the weekend, Riga's boys travel to Shrewsbury in the League Cup tonight hoping at the very least to be able to fill the bench.

    It has been a summer of turmoil at the Seasiders and just two weeks ago they had only eight players registered but Riga has been busy recruiting and could have just enough for a full squad against the Shrews.

  128. Text us on 81111

    Cameron from Glasgow: Ryan Gauld the 'Mini Messi' to be the next record breaker. Sporting Lisbon have put a £48m release clause on his contract and he's only 18. Great prospect for the future.

    World record breakers from Wales and then Scotland?

  129. Post update

    Real Madrid v Sevilla (19:45 BST)

    Team sheet

    BBC Wales football correspondent Rob Phillips at Cardiff City Stadium: "So now we know Real Madrid will unleash every one of their stellar strike force against Sevilla.

    "Gareth Bale, Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema and James Rodriguez all start. As does Toni Kroos. Frightening!!"

  130. Post update

    Man Utd v Valencia (19:30 BST)

    Welcome to Vanchester sign

    BBC Sport's Richard Winton at Old Trafford: "There is a palpable sense of excitement in the environs of Old Trafford this evening. Louis van Gaal scarves and those split between the colours of Manchester United and the Netherlands are selling briskly ahead of the new manager's first home game.

    "Then, when the Dutchman strolled out on to the pitch 35 minutes before kick-off - shoulders back, chin out, stomach held in - those already inside the ground rose to acclaim him. Already, the crackle has returned to this grand old stadium."

  131. Post update

    Real Madrid v Sevilla (19:45 BST)

    Any Liverpool fans hoping to scout a possible new left-back tonight have been disappointed then - Alberto Moreno will not play this evening as he ties up his move to Merseyside.

  132. Post update

    Real Madrid v Sevilla (19:45 BST)

    BBC Sport's Ben Smith reports: "Liverpool have agreed a £12m fee with Sevilla for Spanish left back Alberto Moreno.

    "The 22-year-old has been withdrawn from tonight's Uefa Super Cup and is expected on Merseyside for a medical later in the week. Liverpool chief executive Ian Ayre has spent the day in Cardiff finalising the deal and will be a guest of Sevilla at tonight's game."

  133. Post update

    MK Dons v AFC Wimbledon (19:45 BST)

    BBC Sport's Chris Osborne: "We've been here once before - the club that got shifted 60 miles up the country taking on the club that rose out of the carnage. The circus has not been as rowdy as the first time MK Dons and AFC Wimbledon met nearly two years ago in the FA Cup.

    "But the venom still exists, particularly from the Wimbledon side, making this a stand-out League Cup tie.

    "MK boss Karl Robinson has played the game down, insisting any of his side's 46 league games are more important. Wimbledon fans would beg to differ - the events of the last 11 years still sit freshly in their minds."

  134. League Cup

    There are games that could throw up a couple of upsets in the Capital One Cup first round tonight.

    Bolton's home game against Bury has the potential to be a mouth-watering clash, especially for fans up in the north west of England. Just six miles separate the two teams, possibly making it the closest derby on tonight's fixture list, and they always have the potential for a surprise result.

    Elsewhere Luton, back in the Football League this season, host Swindon while Huddersfield, who sacked manager Mark Robins one game into the season on Sunday, travel to Chesterfield.

    To see the full fixture list for tonight in the League Cup, click here.

  135. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Let me know your thoughts on the next transfer record breaker. He's out there somewhere.

    You can text us on 81111 (UK Only) or tweet us at #bbcfootball.

    John McEnerney: Two from Europe Max Meyer of Schalke & Neal Maupay of OGC Nice, these two have been earmarked for greatness both just 18! #Talented

    Freddie Yoshi: I would love to see Raheem Sterling become a record transfer breaker, he's such a wonderkid.

  136. The richest team in the world?

    Real Madrid v Sevilla (19:45 BST)

    Real Madrid possible XI

    You could probably buy most of the 64 Football League sides in action tonight for £400m. That's a lot of cash.

    It's also the approximate cost of Real Madrid's most expensive XI this season, with the new addition of James Rodriguez taking the front four alone to £255m.

    Nine of that potential team start tonight.

    How does Carlo Ancelotti begin to try to keep all of his stars happy? It's a nice problem to have.

    Spanish football writer Andy West says: "In a dressing room packed with more than half a billion pounds worth of talent, maintaining a spirit of unity - both on and off the pitch - could be the key to the team's success.

    "If Ancelotti gets it right and keeps everyone pulling in the same direction, they could be unstoppable."


  137. Team News

    Real Madrid v Sevilla (19:45 BST)

    Let's be honest - this isn't a bad XI. It would certainly give Cardiff a run for their money.

    New boys James Rodriguez and Toni Kroos both start for Real Madrid, as do Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo.

    Real Madrid: Casillas, Carvajal, Pepe, Ramos, Coentrao, Kroos, Modric, Rodriguez, Ronaldo, Bale; Benzema.

    Sevilla: Beto, Fazio, Navarro, Pareja, Coke, Krychowiak, Carrico, Suarez, Vitolo, Parreu, Bacca.

  138. Post update

    Real Madrid v Sevilla (19:45 BST)

    Gareth Bale

    BBC Wales football correspondent Rob Phillips at Cardiff City Stadium: "There is a huge ovation from hundreds of fans outside the Cardiff City Stadium as the Real Madrid team coach arrives for the Super Cup.

    "There is no doubting who will have the most support during game."

  139. Text us on 81111

    Ned, Cardiff fan: Such a proud day for our city and Wales in general. Gutted I can't be there, but I'll be backing Real purely because of Bale.

  140. Last year's final

    Romelu Lukaku holds his head after missing the decisive spot-kick

    Last year's Super Cup final proved decisive for Romelu Lukaku, as the then Chelsea striker missed a penalty in a shootout defeat by Bayern Munich. It would be his last kick in a Chelsea shirt.

    A day later and the Belgian was packed off to Everton on loan, and he has now made Goodison his permanent home.

    Will anybody be making their final appearance tonight?

  141. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Gareth Bale

    From skinny teenage left-back to the world's most expensive player- it's been quite a journey for Gareth Bale so far.

    But who will be the man to break Bale's transfer record next? Time for some good old-fashioned early season speculation.

    Will Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo ever leave their Spanish homes? Is there a £90m gem developing in the Premier League somewhere? Will Andy Carroll come good again..?

    Let me know your thoughts on the next record breaker. He's out there somewhere.

    You can text us on 81111 (UK Only) or tweet us at #bbcfootball.

  142. Post update

    Real Madrid v Sevilla (19:45 BST)

    BBC Wales football correspondent Rob Phillips at Cardiff City Stadium: "Underdogs Sevilla, who won last year's Europa League final on penalties against Benfica, are the first to arrive for the Uefa Super Cup.

    "Also here is Spain coach Vicente Del Bosque. Now we are awaiting the Galacticos."

  143. LVG at OT

    Man Utd v Valencia (19:30 BST)

    Louis van Gaal

    Tonight also sees new Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal at Old Trafford for the first time as United face Valencia in a final pre-season friendly.

    His pre-season preparations have reportedly gone well so far, with a new 3-4-3 formation being implemented and Wayne Rooney hitting the net with regularity.

    But by this stage last season David Moyes had already bagged a trophy. No pressure LVG...

  144. League Cup Latest

    So events in Cardiff take the limelight this evening, but there are many, many other games for us to keep tabs on.

    It's the first round of the League Cup, 32 ties from Barnsley to York, with 20 Championship sides in action.

    We will endeavour to bring you regular updates on the goings on around the grounds but you can follow all the goals as they go in on our live scores page.

    The scores will also be available on the right-hand side of this page (desktop) and in the 'scores' tab (mobiles). Happy days.

  145. Post update

    Real Madrid v Sevilla (19:45 BST)

    The Super Cup presents Real boss Carlo Ancelotti with the chance to win the first of a possible six trophies during the 2014-15 campaign.

    As well as defending their Champions League title and trying to regain the La Liga title, Real will also be looking to win the Copa del Rey, the Fifa Club World Cup in Morocco in December, and the two-legged 2014 Supercopa de Espana.

    "We want to win the Super Cup," said Ancelotti.

    "When you play in a final you prepare to win it and give your all.

    "As with all finals, it will be very difficult, although we may be favourites because we are Real Madrid."

  146. The new faces

    Real Madrid v Sevilla (19:45 BST)

    Real Madrid in training

    It's been another busy summer in the Real Madrid secretary's office.

    After fine World Cup displays, Colombian number 10 James Rodriguez, German string-puller Toni Kroos and Costa Rican shot-stopper Keylor Navas have all made the trip to the Bernabeu.

    Golden Boot winner Rodriguez cost a smidge over £60m, Kroos a relative bargain at £24m from Bayern Munich and Navas £8m.

    All three may feature this evening as Real look to win the first of the six trophies available to them this season...

  147. Post update

    Real Madrid v Sevilla (19:45 BST)

    As long as Cristiano Ronaldo is around, Gareth Bale will always be at best second fiddle on the Real Madrid superstar chart, but this evening the Welshman will take centre stage.

    Champions League winners Real are facing Europa League champions Sevilla for the Super Cup, and they may have a new face or two to show off to the watching world...

  148. Welcome home Gareth

    Real Madrid v Sevilla (19:45 BST)

    Gareth Bale

    It is just over nine years since Gareth Bale left school in Cardiff to pursue his dream of being a professional football.

    The then left-back was snapped up by Southampton, making his debut in the Saints first team at the age of 16 years and 275 days.

    Soon, Bale was on the move to London and Tottenham Hotspur for an initial fee of £5m. Initially the youngster did not light up White Hart Lane, but by 2013 he was in a league of his own.

    He scored 26 goals in all competitions - most of them goal of the season contenders - and then sealed a world record £85m move to Real Madrid to become Wales' biggest export since slate.

    Tonight he is back in his home city, a star in a team of Galacticos as Real face Sevilla for the Uefa Super Cup.

    Will Bale make Cardiff proud once more?