Chelsea booked their place in the fourth round of the Carabao Cup as Kai Heuertz scored a hat-trick against Barnsley, with the Blues advancing to the next stage along with Arsenal, Everton, Newcastle, Fulham and Brighton on Wednesday night. .
Victories for these sides meant it was an early exit for Championship sides Sheffield Wednesday, Preston, Barnsley and Millwall.
It’s yours, @KaiHavertz29! ⚽️#CHEBAR pic.twitter.com/KLzsMCCCQp
— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) September 23, 2020
There were some great wins on the night, but the headlines will go. ChelseaK Havertz, who scored the first, second and third goals for his new club as the Blues beat Barnsley 6-0 at Stamford Bridge. Tammy Abraham, Ross Barkley and Olivier Giroud completed the route.
In the only all-Premier League tie of the night, Christian Fuchs’ own goal looked like it would all fall apart. weapon And Leicester, only for Eddy Nikitia to seal the win on the stroke of full time. Mikel Arteta continued his run of unbeaten cup matches as a manager – a record that now stretches to six matches after the 2-0 victory.
Everton Continued their winning start to the season with a 5-2 away win Fleetwood, with the help of Richarlison’s two goals. Alex Iwobi, Bernard and Moise Kean scored the other goals, in a game dominated by Carlo Ancelotti’s side.
Speaking of routes, Newcastle Were in distant mode. More cambe7-0 winners against the Shrimpers’ ten men. The Magpies were already 4-0 up when Tomani Diagoraga was given his marching orders, with Jolanton scoring twice on the night.
#NUFC safely through to the next round of the Carabao Cup.
Well played, ladies! ⚫️⚪️
— Newcastle United FC (@NUFC) September 23, 2020
Burnley And Fulham Both won 2-0. Millwall And Sheffield Wednesday Josh Brownhill and Matej Wydra respectively did the damage for the Clarets, while Abubakar Kumara and Bobby Reid ensured the Cottagers’ winning ways.
Alireza Jahanbakhsh and Alexis McAllister made sure it was an enjoyable trip back south. Brightonwhen they left Deepdale with a 2-0 win. Preston. Tyrese Campbell’s lone goal was enough for him. Stock To look away Gillinghamin a match where Potter was a deserved winner.
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