Manchester City were eliminated from the Carabao Cup after losing 5-3 on penalties against West Ham United in front of a sell-out crowd at London Stadium.
After 90 minutes, the fourth-round contest remained goalless until Said Benrahma scored the game-winning penalty kick. The Hammers took the lead in the shootout after Phil Foden missed his penalty.
It’s the first time City has been eliminated since 2016, when they won the competition for the previous four seasons.
Memorable night for Hammers:
City hasn’t lost in the competition since losing to Manchester United at Old Trafford five years ago. After defeating Manchester United at Old Trafford in the third round, West Ham has now knocked out both Manchester clubs.
David Moyes made eight changes to his team, which is currently fourth in the Premier League, but they dug deep to frustrate the visitors and have now kept four consecutive clean sheets.
In normal time, they had numerous chances of their own before the Hammers were pushed through thanks to penalties from club captain Mark Noble, Jarrod Bowen, Craig Dawson, Aaron Cresswell, and substitute Benrahma.
Source: BBC Sport