Carling Cup Round up Highlights

August 26, 2009 | Filed Under: Blog, UK Box Update 
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carling-cup-goals Blackpool produced a superb display to dump Wigan out of the Carling Cup.

The hosts got off to the perfect start when Brett Ormerod’s pass allowed Ishmel Demontagnac to fire home before Ben Burgess got a second.

Charlie Adam then added a third when he tapped in after Mike Pollitt had saved his penalty. Gary Taylor-Fletcher wrapped it up before Antonio Amaya’s consolation .

Bristol City 0 Carlisle 2

League One side Carlisle got two second-half goals to claim the scalp of Championship outfit Bristol City.

An excellent run down the wing by Kevan Hurst set up Scott Dobie to tap home before Gary Madine sealed the win after Joe Anyinsah’s pass .

Tom Taiwo had earlier hit the post for Carlisle while City midfielder Lee Johnson forced a magnificent save from Leonard Pidgeley with a rising drive.

Cardiff 3 Bristol R 1

Michael Chopra scored his eighth goal of the season to help Cardiff advance.

The Bluebirds dominated the opening half as Kelvin Etuhu wasted two excellent chances before the prolific Chopra tapped in .

Peter Whittingham tapped in Chris Burke’s cross before Steve Elliott got the visitors back in it by heading home Stuart Campbell’s pull-back, but Josh Magennis sealed the win .

Doncaster 1 Tottenham 5

Spurs swept aside Championship side Doncaster to reach the third round.

Tom Huddlestone fired in the opener before Jamie O’Hara swept home David Bentley’s cross and Peter Crouch headed in a Bentley delivery.

Bentley curled home a fourth before Martin Woods powerfully converted a penalty for Rovers. Roman Pavlyuchenko completed the scoring with a cool finish.

Leyton Orient 0 Stoke 1

Dave Kitson’s first competitive goal for Stoke saw them battle through.

The former Reading striker threatened throughout and got his reward with a long-range strike in extra time which dipped over keeper Glenn Morris.

Andros Townsend twice tested Potters keeper Steve Simonsen, Ryan Jarvis hit a post and saw a 30-yard extra-time drive tipped over and sub Loick Pires was denied a penalty as Stoke held on.

Newcastle 4 Huddersfield 3

Newcastle came back from two goals down to deny former favourite Lee Clark a win on his return to St James’ Park.

Danny Guthrie fired Newcastle in front but Theo Robinson pegged them back and then netted from the spot after being fouled by Tim Krul .

Jordan Rhodes made it three before Geremi’s strike and a Shola Ameobi penalty hauled Toon level , and Kevin Nolan settled the tie


West Brom 4 Rotherham 3

Simon Cox’s extra-time strike finally saw off a spirited Rotherham side.

Craig Beattie and Graham Dorrans twice put Albion ahead only to see their efforts cancelled out by Michael Cummins and Tom Pope.

Pope’s volley put Rotherham ahead but Beattie’s powerful drive and Cox’s quick reactions turned it around and Nicky Law was denied a last-gasp leveller by Dean Kiely.

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