League Cup: West Ham uses penalties to end Man City’s 4-year reign

There will be a new League Cup winner for the first time in five years when the trophy is won early next year. That’s because West Ham held firm through Man City’s charge and converted all five of their penalties while Phil Foden skipped one wide for the defending champions on Wednesday.
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Hayden Roberts only thinking of Brighton breakthrough

Brighton defender Hayden Roberts says his dream is to make it with the Seagulls. Roberts has been linked with Leeds United. But speaking to Sussex Live, he said: “I wouldn't say there's more pressure than what's on other players, but it means a bit more to play for the club because I come from the city and from a family of Brighton supporters.

Sound of distressed SEAGULLS could be blasted in industrial estate in bid to scare off pesky birds that terrorise the town under £60,000 council plan

A council banned from culling seagulls is planning to pay recordings of birds in distress to scare them away from the area. Officials in Worcester had planned to become the first city in England to start culling seagulls in 40 years when they discovered such an action is illegal. Seagulls are protected under the Wildlife and Countryside act.

Leicester v Brighton live stream: How to watch the Carabao Cup from anywhere in the world

Leicester v Brighton live stream, Wednesday 27 October, 7:45pm BST. Looking for a Leicester v Brighton live stream? We've got you covered with our handy guide. Leicester and Brighton meet at the King Power Stadium in Round Four of the Carabao Cup, with the hosts looking to reach the last eight for the fourth time in five years and the visitors for just the second time in their history.
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Leicester overcome Brighton in entertaining penalty shootout clash

Leicester City edged Brighton on penalties to reach the Carabao Cup quarter-finals after an enthralling 2-2 draw. Harvey Barnes had opened the scoring early on for the hosts before a wild end to the first-half. Adam Webster levelled the scores three minutes into stoppage time, only for Ademola Lookman to...

West Ham end Man City's four-year hold on Carabao Cup

West Ham ended Manchester City's four-year hold on the League Cup on Wednesday as Liverpool and Tottenham booked their places in the quarter-finals. City's record run in the competition came to an end at the London Stadium as the Hammers emerged 5-3 winners from a penalty shootout after both sides were guilty of missing plenty of chances in a 0-0 draw.

'Bookmarked!' - Crystal Palace fans troll Brighton after what Seagulls have done on Twitter

Crystal Palace supporters have been reacting on Twitter to what, at first sight, seems like Brighton & Hove Albion tweeting their appreciation for Wilfried Zaha. On Wednesday afternoon the official Brighton club account tweeted "Love it Wilf!" with a fire emoji, which was immediately seized upon by droves of Eagles fans making a joke at the Seagulls' expense.

Which teams are causing a shock in the Premier League?

The 2021/22 Premier League season has already treated football fans to a number of sublime goals, enticing encounters and a great number of teams who have defied all fans predications for better or for worse. We look at the Premier League sides who have so far been a delightful surprise for all spectators as they look to defy all the odds that have been originally placed on their shoulders.

Man covered in chips attracts dozens of hungry seagulls

A comedy duo have caused a stir on a popular Gold Coast beach this morning, with a seagull chip stunt that stunned beach goers. Footage shows a man buried from the neck down in sand on Surfers Paradise beach, covered in hot chips and pecked at by an onslaught of seagulls and ibis.

FPL Gameweek 10 Tips: Is Mo Salah Now A Permanent Captain Choice?

After a quite sensational gameweek in which three players scored hat-tricks and Manchester United were torn apart by Liverpool at Old Trafford, we are back for another helping of Fantasy Premier League. On a personal level, I was feeling incredibly smug after captaining Reece James instead of Mo Salah, until the Egyptian put on a 24 point masterclass in Manchester.