Everything You Missed From The Carabao Cup Third Round
The Carabao Cup returned this week with teams hoping to move a step closer to February’s final as they took part in the third round.
The third round sees all teams playing in European competition enter the draw for the first time, meaning there were a number of potential upsets on the cards.
A win for team’s would put them in the last 16 of the tournament and with the prize of European football next season on the table, it’s competition every club should be looking to win.
With Derby County travelling to Old Trafford and Burton Albion hosting Burnley, the opportunity was there for some surprises but could they take it?
Find out as we take you through all the big moments you might have missed on a busy night of Carabao Cup action.
Demarai Gray Injury
The all-Premier League meeting between Wolves and Leicester City was a painful watch for many as the game ended 0-0, with Leicester eventually winning on penalties.
However, Foxes forward Demarai Gray was in even more pain as he was stretchered off with a suspected broken ankle. The Englishman received gas and air on the pitch in stoppage time and many expected the worst.
Thankfully Gray took to social media to give fans hope of a quick return, with the injury not as bad as first thought:
“Happy we progressed into the next round! Injury’s not as bad as first thought, hopefully I’ll be back in no time! Thanks for the messages.”