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Bristol City vs Crystal Palace

In a game which Palace fans thought they would get some form back, it was exactly the opposite. The struggling Premier League side went down to Championship side Bristol City 4-1 in what can be labelled as the upset of the round (so far). Bristol City took majority of their chances scoring four of their six shots for the game. Despite going down through a Bakary Sako goal it didn't deter the home team who went into the break with a 2-1 lead.

Arsenal vs Norwich City

Norwich were very close to pulling off an upset before Arsenal made a comeback led by 18-year-old striker Eddie Nketiah. The Arsenal striker had only played one minute of senior football before he came off the bench and scored a double to send Arsenal into the quarter finals of the Carabao Cup. The equalizer came just 15 seconds after being subbed on, with the young striker scoring the winner early on in extra time.

Swansea City vs Manchester United

A result much would have expected with Manchester United coming away 2-0 victors and progressing to the quarter finals. The reigning cup holders simply weren't troubled by Swansea with Jesse Lingard scoring a brace. Sergio Romero ensured his team progressed making two very good saves after close range efforts from the Swansea attack. Marcus Rashford also played a good game in the win.

Leicester City vs Leeds United

Despite trailing by one goal, Leicester City proved too strong for Leeds progressing to the next round with a 3-1 victory. It took just four minutes for them to equalize with the goalscorer being new signing Kelechi Iheanacho. Islam Slimani added to the score before Riyad Mahrez got himself a goal off the bench. A very important game for Leicester as they look to return to winning form and getting a result much would have predicted.

Bournemouth vs Middlesbrough 

Another result many would have picked, with Bournemouth easily progressing with a 3-1 win. Jack Simpson opened up the scoring for the Premier League side then shortly after Middlesbrough equalized through Marcus Tavernier which proved to be a minor scare for the Cherries. Callum Wilson added his name to the score sheet before Benik Afobe secured the win.

Manchester City vs Wolverhampton Wanderers 

Most people would have predicted the inform City squad to pile on the goals against promotion hopefuls and current Championship league leaders but it was to be the exact opposite with the current Premier League leaders failing to convert one of their 25 shots.

The game was held at stalemate come the end of 90 minutes meaning extra time was needed to see if there will be a winner. The Wolves again held on and a penalty shootout was needed to separate the two. Despite it not being as easy as people would have thought City came way 4-1 winners in the shootout to book themselves a spot in the quarter finals.