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Leeds on the spot to beat Norwich on penalties

Leeds made it through in the end. Credit: Reuters

Leeds beat Norwich 3-2 on penalties at Elland Road following a 2-2 draw after extra time.Norwich had twice taken the lead in the match, Alex Pritchard (14) and Nelson Oliveira (99) netting but Leeds battled back to level both times thanks to Marcus Antonsson (43) and substitute Chris Wood (109).

That sent the tie to penalties, where Leeds came out on top with Ronaldo Vieira slotting home the winning spot-kick after Marco Silvestri had saved efforts from Pritchard, Steven Naismith and Robbie Brady.


Hull hold on to get past Bristol City in League Cup

Michael Dawson and Harry Maguire scored for Hull. Credit: PA

Hull shrugged off their poor Premier League form to reach the last eight of the EFL Cup with a 2-1 victory at Bristol City.

The Tigers had lost all four league games since winning at Stoke in the previous round of the competition.

But goals either side of half-time from centre-backs Harry Maguire - his first for Hull - and Michael Dawson took the Tigers into the quarter-finals for the second successive year, despite Lee Tomlin's stoppage-time consolation.


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Wigan part company with manager Caldwell

Gary Caldwell is out of work. Credit: PA

Championship strugglers Wigan have parted company with manager Gary Caldwell after a poor start to season.

Wigan, who were promoted last season, currently sit in a lowly 23rd place in the lower tier.

It’s undoubtedly the toughest decision I’ve had to make since becoming Chairman.

We deservedly won the League One title last season. However, we have not managed to carry on that momentum into this season and, after careful consideration over a period of time, I feel that we need to act now in the best long term interests of the club.

We thank Gary for all the hard work he has put in and wish him all the best for the future.

We need to identify a new manager who can have an immediate impact and deliver success in the long term.

– Wigan Athletic chairman David Sharpe
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