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Shamoon Hafez

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  1. Goodbye

    Hero of the night? Arsenal teenager Edward Nketiah, coming to the bench to score twice for the Gunners against Norwich.

    Look at how he has been described on Wikipedia πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

    Edward Nketiah
    Edward Nketiah

    Head here to read all the reports

    We are back on Wednesday for more League Cup action.

    Until then.

  2. Wednesday's fixtures...

    Two spots remaining up for grabs to reach the quarter-finals of the EFL Cup.

    Chelsea v Everton (19:45 BST)

    Tottenham v West Ham (20:00 BST)

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    Through to the next round:

    Arsenal, Bournemouth, Bristol City, Leicester, Manchester United, Manchester City.


    Norwich, Middlesbrough, Crystal Palace, Leeds, Swansea, Wolves.

  4. Post update

    Man City 0-0 Wolves (4-1 on pens)

    Trevor Sinclair

    Ex-England and Man City winger at Etihad Stadium

    It is absolutely brilliant to see the whole of the Manchester City team run up to goalkeeper Claudio Bravo and congratulate him - they know what a difficult season he had here last season.


    Man City 0-0 Wolves (City win 4-1 on penalties)

    Claudio Bravo the Manchester City hero, we have not written that too often.

    The Premier League leaders get their name into the hat for the quarter-finals.

  6. GOAL - Man City 4-1 Wolves

    Sergio Aguero

    Cheeky Panenka. A chip straight down the middle.

    City win.

    Carabao Cup
  7. Post update

    If City score this, they go through.

    Sergio Aguero.

  8. GOAL - Man City 3-1 Wolves

    Leroy Sane

    Just. Crossbar, post and in. Sane grimaces. He knows that was close to a miss. City in total control now.

    Carabao Cup
  9. SAVED - Man City 2-1 Wolves

    Conor Coady

    He's done it again! This time he dives to his left to push out the spot-kick. It wasn't a good kick. At a good height and very saveable.

    Carabao Cup
  10. SAVED - Man City 2-1 Wolves

    Alfred N'Diaye

    Saved! It's at a nice height and is palmed away by the diving Bravo. The taker slipped a bit but this is all about the keeper's ability.

    Carabao Cup
  11. Post update

    Two more for Wolves now...

  12. GOAL - Man City 2-1 Wolves

    Yaya Toure

    No messing. High and to the keeper's left.

  13. Post update

    ABBA means City again.

    It is Yaya Toure.

  14. GOAL - Man City 1-1 Wolves

    Kevin de Bruyne

    The Wolves keeper goes the right way but there is too much power on it and it sneaks inside the corner. All square.

  15. GOAL - Man City 0-1 Wolves

    Leo Bonatini

    Claudio Bravo goes right as the ball is sent the other way.

  16. Post update

    Here we go then.

    Wolves up first...

  17. Post update

    Man City 0-0 Wolves

    The Manchester City players are up against penalty specialist Will Norris.

    The Wolves goalkeeper - at Cambridge last season - saved five spot-kicks throughout the campaign, including two in a single game.

    He has got form for scoring the winner in a shootout too.

    Watch out.

  18. Post update

    Man City 0-0 Wolves

    Trevor Sinclair

    Ex-England and Man City winger at Etihad Stadium

    It has been an absolutely scintillating game of football - it has had one-on-ones, goalline clearances, the lot.

    Two teams going hell of leather at each other, just no goals.


    Man City 0-0 Wolves


    Carabao Cup