Boxoffice Carling Cup Highlights 27th October

October 27, 2009 | Filed Under: Blog, UK Box Update 
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Danny Welbeck and Michael Owen  gave Manchester United the win over Barnsley in the Carling Cup as portsmouth hit stoke for 4 and wins for spurs and blackburn in the the carling cup tonight. 

Barnsley 0 Man Utd 2

Manchester United eased into the last eight of the Carling Cup on a night skipper Gary Neville was sent off.

United were quick out of the blocks and took the lead when Danny Welbeck headed in Anderson’s corner from the very start before being denied by keeper Luke Steele.

Daniel Bogdanovic headed against the United post and was unlucky but Michael Owen fired in a great second to put the game to bed before Neville saw red for a  bad tackle.The hosts did created a series of good chances, with Hammill and Bogdanovic each hitting a pair of great chances just wide of the uprights.

Sir Alex Ferguson felt they deserved to go through despite going down to ten men after Gary Neville was sent off in the second half.

Portsmouth 4 Stoke 0

Portsmouth reached the last eight of the Carling Cup in style tonight  for the only the third time in the club’s history ever.

Frederic Piquionne had an effort cleared off the line by Andy Griffin before heading Pompey ahead from Nadir Belhadj’s precision cross.

Piquionne turned provider for Danny Webber got the second  before the French striker added a third and substitute old timer Kanu completed a comfortable victory.

Portsmouth manager Paul Hart gives his reaction after his side continued their free-scoring form in the competition.

Portsmouth 4-0 Stoke – Highlights

Tottenham 2 Everton 0Strikes from Tom Huddlestone and that mab Robbie Keane ensured Tottenham made it safely into the last eight of the Carling Cup.

Keane had already hit a post when Huddlestone put the hosts ahead by blasting David Bentley’s cross into the roof of the net.

Keane sealed the win by hitting home the rebound after his penalty had been parried by Tim Howard , following Sylvain Distin’s foul on the Irishman.Everton believed they were still in the game and Fellaini forced Gomes into another save, this time with a low drive.

John Heitinga’s tackle denied Keane a second goal, while Hutton almost tarnished a fine performance with a risky backpass – but Gomes saved him lucky man spurs march on

Sunderland 0 A Villa 0Villa made it into the quarter-finals with a 3-1 penalty shoot-out victory in the end.

Emile Heskey went close for the visitors in normal time and Kenwyne Jones had also seen his penalty saved by Brad Guzanat the end.

Both sides pressed in extra-time and Kieran Richardson forced a good save from Guzan before Young settled the tie by slotting in after the hosts had missed three out of four pens.

Aston Villa manager Martin O’Neill gives his reaction after his side were inspired to a penalties victory by keeper Brad Guzan

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