Domestic Cups

The mid-week Domestic Cup Football fixtures in Germany and England brought some thrilling matches.

October 29, 2019

 

 

 

October 30, 2019

 

EFL CUP
Mason Holgate and Richarlison delivered the goals for Everton to knockout a Watford side that is finding it hard to win games.

We expected worse for Southampton. Manchester City does the expected and knock-out Southampton at the Etihad Stadium.

Leicester City flies high and moves on to the next round through a comfortable win at Burton.

Colchester beat fellow League 2 side Crawley to advance.

Sunderland scored in the 78th-minute to send the game into extra-time but lost in the penalty kick-off against Oxford United.

Arsenal loses a 5-4 lead at the death of the match to lose 5-4 on penalties against Liverpool.
Divorck Origi scored in the 4th-minute of the additional time to send the match to penalties
It was a game that you couldn’t take your eyes off from start to finish. Lots of goals and spectacular strikes.

Ahmed El Mohamady restored Aston Villa’s lead in the 57th-minute to see his side beat Wolves 2-1 at Villa Park.

Marcus Rashford bang in a freekick to hand Manchester United a rare victory at Stamford Bridge against Chelsea.

 

On to the quarter-finals of the EFL Cup.
Oxford United and Colchester United will join 6 Premier League teams (Aston Villa, Everton, Leicester City, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United) in the quarter-finals.

Quarter-Final fixtures
Aston Villa v Liverpool
Everton v Leicester City
Manchester United v Colchester United
Oxford United v Manchester City

 

DFB-POKAL
Saarbrucken scored in the 90th-minute to regain the lead and eliminated FC Koln.
Koln had come from two goals down to tie the match but couldn’t avoid defeat to fourth-tier Saarbrucken.

It isn’t the result you’d expect when you look at where the teams are in the current Bundesliga standings.
Two late goals from Robert Andrich and Christian Genter handed Union Berlin a victory to eliminate Freiburg. “

It took Hamadi Al Ghaddioui about 3 minutes to score the game-winning goal for Stuttgart to beat Hamburger in the extra time.
Al Ghaddiou came off the bench in the 110th-minute and scored in the to put Stuttgart ‘2-1’ up in the 113th-minute.”

Close contest but Hoffenheim comes out on top after getting two goals in the second-half to beat Duisburg.

Bayern Munich need late goals to avoid an upset against Bochum.
In the end, it was Thomas Muller’s goal against a Bochum side that had been reduced to 10-men that saved Bayern Munich playing an additional 30 minutes of the match. “

Lucas Alario’s 25th-minute goal was enough for Leverkusen to beat Paderborn.

Philipp Hofmann’s 85th-minute goal took Karlsruher through against Darmstadt.

Bielefeld almost overturned a 3-goal deficit against Schalke.

Kaiserslautern, SC Veerl, and Hertha Berlin had to go through penalty-kickoffs to advance to the Round of 16.

Five goals were scored in the first half in the ‘Werder Bremen vs Heidenheim’ match. Werder Bremen got 4 of the 5 goals.

Julian Brandt scored a brace to see Borussia Dortmund through after Marcus Thuram opened the scoring in the match to hand Borussia Monchengladbach a lead in Dortmund.

Eintracht Frankfurt finds a narrow victory at St. Pauli.

Hertha Berlin survived a scare to win it on penalties against second-division side Dynamo Dresden.
Dynamo Dresden extended the match to extra-time through a 90th-minute penalty to make it 2-2, and Hertha Berlin returned the favor in extra-time by extending the match to PKO with a goal in the 120th-minute to make it 3-3. 

 

On to the Round of 16 if the DFB Pokal
Eleven teams from the top flight make up the final 16 of the DFB-Pokal.

Hertha Berlin
Union Berlin
Werder Bremen
Borussia Dortmund
Fortuna Düsseldorf
Eintracht Frankfurt
Hoffenheim
RB Leipzig
Bayer Leverkusen
Bayern Munich
Schalke
Stuttgart
SC Verl
Kaiserslautern
Karlsruher
Saarbrücken

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