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Summary

  1. FT: Man Utd 2-2 Derby County
  2. Derby win shootout 8-7 after weak Jones penalty is saved
  3. Leicester and Middlesbrough also win shootouts
  4. FT: Oxford United 0-3 Man City (Foden with third goal)
  5. Blackpool, Bournemouth, Burton, Fulham, Norwich, Palace also through
  6. Elliott makes Fulham debut aged 15 years, 174 days
  7. No extra time - straight to penalties

Live Reporting

By Shamoon Hafez and Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye

    What a night of goals, thrills and shocks.

    Derby County are into the hat for the fourth round of the Carabao Cup, Manchester United are not.

    Head here to read the reports from all the games

    We are back on Wednesday for more EFL Cup action.

    Until then.

  2. The win 'right up there'

    Man Utd 2-2 Derby (7-8 penalties)

    Derby manager Frank Lampard on Sky Sports: "I'm shell shocked. What a performance. To go down early at Old Trafford and play as well as they did was superb. We had the personality to take penalties and play the way we did. I am a proud manager.

    "It was the easiest selection I have had, the players were superb against Brentford and they deserved the chance to play at Old Trafford. I wanted to bring a team who could really compete. I am so proud of them.

    "I am trying to build a group to be successful and nights like this are incredible. To go against world-class players and play that way, it's right up there.

    "Harry Wilson does do that in training, he proved me wrong as I thought it was too far out. Both he and Mason Mount are going to go a long way."

    Frank Lampard
  3. 'I want Utd to be competitive'

    Man Utd 2-2 Derby (7-8 penalties)

    Martin Keown

    Former England defender on BBC Radio 5 Live

    Everyone in the media is quick to turn this into a massive crisis. Man Utd have had some good away results but suddenly they’re not able to win at home. Is it the manager pulling up the handbrake or is the team struggling for another reason?

    I don’t enjoy seeing Man Utd not being competitive. Jose Mourinho seems to be at war with his players and he needs to start seeing the good in what they do

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    Rich, Cumbria: Let's be honest here. Derby played better and deserved to go through. Jose will use penalties and the sending off as an excuse but the performance was poor again. Jose needs to go, ASAP! Wrong manager for the club.

    Kris Jefferson: As much as I hate it myself, I have a feeling Man Utd are heading towards the ‘Chelsea’ model of success. Long time success isn’t happening, short term, with a high turnover of managers and players, may be what they decide will work.

    Peter Shields: Absolutely thrilled for Derby and Frank Lampard - delighted that Man U were beaten, not that I am a hater of Man U, on the contrary, I have always admired them - I just hope they see sense and get rid of that clown Mourinho. He is embarrassing a great club.

  5. 'Playing with confidence'

    Man Utd 2-2 Derby (7-8 penalties)

    Harry Wilson

    Derby forward Harry Wilson: "I know we are a good team, we wanted to come here and go toe-to-toe with United. The free-kick was too far out to curl it so I put my laces through it and tried to get movement on the ball."

    Jack Marriott: "We proved what a strong squad we have got, it shows what we are about. Penalties were nervy but we back our ability.

    "Harry has got that technique on lock. We all had confidence in him. We are playing with confidence, we are together and we are a tight-knit group"

    Jack Marriott
  6. 'Biggest shock in their history'

    FT: Man Utd 2-2 Derby (Derby win 8-7 on penalties)

    Martin Keown

    Former England defender on BBC Radio 5 Live

    Mourinho said the pundits on the sofa have got too much to say. One of them, Frank Lampard, has proved him wrong today. It’s a great scalp.

    This was a really good Man Utd team and I can’t think of a bigger shock in their history. Mourinho tried to go for it tonight and he’ll be hurting in the dressing room.

    Frank Lampard
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    Ady, Leicester: It would be rather appropriate if the dire Phil Jones has just handed the dire José Mourinho his P45. How bad does it have to get?

    Doug, Leyland: It's sudden death, Phil Jones steps up to take the next penalty...I think my heart sank at about that point.

    Dan, Norwich: There is something wrong here - a team of Englishmen win a penalty shoot out against a team of foreign players where the only Englishmen loses them the shoot out

  8. Jose's Phil Jones comfort

    Man Utd 2-2 Derby (Derby win 8-7 on pens)

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport at Old Trafford

    Jose Mourinho walked over to Phil Jones at the end, put his arm round him and walked off the pitch together with the England defender.

    It was a thrilling end but the outcome is as it would have been without Marouane Fellaini's last-gasp equaliser. Manchester United have just blown their best chance of silverware.

    Phil Jones and Jose Mourinho
  9. Post update

    Man Utd 2-2 Derby (7-8 penalties)

    "Bounce, bounce, bounce," Frank Lampard bellows to his players.

    The Derby squad join in by jumping up and down in front of their fans inside Old Trafford.

    What a night for them.

  10. 'Absolutely terrific'

    FT: Man Utd 2-2 Derby (Derby win 8-7 on penalties)

    Leon Osman

    Former Everton midfielder at Old Trafford

    Derby have been absolutely terrific tonight. What a performance, coming to Old Trafford and dominating that second half. They fully deserve to go through and Frank Lampard has had a brilliant week.

  11. Post update

    Man Utd 2-2 Derby (7-8 penalties)

    The Master has been beaten by the apprentice.

    Frank Lampard and Derby of the Championship dump Jose Mourinho and the five-times winners of the competition Manchester United out of the Carabao Cup.

    Lampard shakes hands with each player being sprinting towards the away end and taking the acclaim from the travelling supporters.

    Frank Lampard and Jose Mourinho
  12. 'Derby go crazy'

    FT: Man Utd 2-2 Derby (Derby win 8-7 on penalties)

    Leon Osman

    Former Everton midfielder at Old Trafford

    A soft penalty from Phil Jones, not in keeping with the quality of penalties we'd seen so far. It was so easy for Scott Carson to save.

    The Derby fans and Derby players go crazy.

    Derby celebrate
  13. Post update

    Man Utd 2-2 Derby (7-8 penalties)

    Phil Jones being given a consolation hug by his Manchester United team-mates.

  14. BreakingMISSED PENALTY - Man Utd 7-8 Derby

    Phil Jones

    SAVED BY SCOTT CARSON!

    Manchester United are out of the Carabao Cup.

    Scott Carson
  15. Post update

    Phil Jones running up...

  16. GOAL - Man Utd 7-8 Derby

    Richard Keogh

    Let's be honest - we had our doubts. Richard Keogh fires in!

  17. GOAL - Man Utd 7-7 Derby

    Nemanja Matic

    That's brilliant too! Lasered into the corner.

  18. Post update

    Here is Nemanja Matic...