Carling Cup round-up highlights 23rd sept

September 23, 2009 | Filed Under: UK Box Update 
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carling-cup-goals 10 men of manchester united held of wolves for much of the game to get a win while chelsea won and also spurs in style with a hatrick from crouch.Everton also got a impressive away win as villa put out cardiff in the main big games tonight.Reports and highlights below

Man Utd 1 Wolves 0 

Manchester United survived the first-half sending off Fabio Da Silva to reach round four of the Carling Cup.Fergy interview here

Fabio saw red for bundling over Michael Kightly before former United man David Jones brought a good save out of Tomasz Kuszczak and later chipped over.Christophe Berra then headed over and Wolves were punished when Danny Welbeck played a neat one-two with Michael Owen before stroking the ball home .

Preston 1 Tottenham 5

Peter Crouch’s hat-trick fired Spurs into the Carling Cup’s fourth round.Heurelho Gomes almost gifted Jon Parkin an early opener, but Spurs reacted and Giovani Dos Santos hit the bar before Peter Crouch volleyed them ahead .

Defoe reacted to head home and Andy Lonergan made a string of fine saves before Crouch hit too late goals one sweet back heel and Keane sealed it .Neil Mellor crossed for Chris Brown’s consolation. Redknapp interview

Hull 0 Everton 4

Ayegbeni Yakubu marked his first start for 10 months by setting Everton on their way to an easy Carling Cup win.
Yakubu lobbed his shot over Matt Duke  and the floodgates opened as Jo rose highest to head home and Dan Gosling raced in for the third .
Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink headed wide a decent chance wide for the Tigers before Leon Osman pounced on poor defending to seal the rout see browns interview here .

Aston Villa 1 Cardiff 0

Gabriel Agbonlahor’s fourth goal in as many games eased Villa through tonight in a touch tie for them.
The striker put the hosts ahead by converting John Carew’s cross but Villa wasted a golden chance to make the tie safe when James Milner crashed his penalty against the post .

Cardiff pressed late on and Jay Bothroyd thought he had bagged an equaliser only for referee Anthony Taylor to rule it out for offside.

Chelsea 1 QPR 0

Salomon Kalou was on hand to spare Chelsea’s blushes at Stamford Bridge.
The forward cut in from the left after Joe Cole’s deft pass had played him through and hit a crisp finish which ricocheted in off the post.

Prior to the breakthrough Akos Buzsaky had gone closest to putting QPR in front when his curling effort flew just wide of the post. Juliano Belletti also drew a good save from Hoops keeper Tom Heaton. Wilkins interview

 

Man city 2 – 1 Fulham

Fulham got the early goal against the run of play thanks to a 25-yard cracker from Zoltan Gera.

City had most of the play and they got back on level terms when Gareth Barry headed home from a corner after Fulham keeper David Stockdale missed the ball.

The game then went into extra time , when defender Toure headed in an inswinging Martin Petrov corner to bag the winner. Hughes interview

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