• Chelsea's Cesar Azpilicueta (r) celebrates scoring the opener against Arsenal with Willian
  • Samuel Eto'o and Laurent Koscielny locked horns as Arsenal tried to wrestle their way from 2-0 down
  • Juan Mata's thunderous effort doubled Chelsea's advantage and sealed a place in the final eight
  • Javier Hernandez struck United's first against Norwich from the penalty spot
  • Hernandez doubled his tally in the second half as Manchester United took control
  • Phil Jones added a third to Manchester United's tally with this wonder-volley
  • Oussama Assaidi opened the scoring for Stoke City against Birmingham at St Andrews with his first goal in English football
  • Birmingham's hopes took a blow when Wade Elliot was shown a red card for violent conduct
  • Lee Clark was elated as his 10 men fought back to 4-4 and force the game into penalties...
  • ...But it was ultimately Stoke who prevailed as Thomas Sorensen found top form to see the Premier League side to a 4-2 win on penalities
  • Hugo Rodallega gave Fulham the lead against Leicester at the King Power Stadium...
  • ...Before Ignasi Miquel scored on of four Leicester goals as the Championship side edged a seven-goal thriller
  • Kieran Trippier's free-kick rattled the woodwork as Championship leaders Burnley took on Premier League side West Ham at Turf Moor...
  • ...Before Matt Taylor slotted home the first of two West Ham penalties to end Burnley's run of eight successive victories and power the Hammers through
  • On Wednesday night Gylfi Sigurdsson gave Spurs the lead in their clash with Hull
  • But they find themselves back at 1-1 following an own goal from Brad Friedel
  • Paul McShane then gives Hull a shock lead in extra-time
  • Meanwhile the deadlock at St James' Park is broken in extra-time as Alvaro Negredo puts Man City 1-0 up against Newcastle
  • Before Edin Dzeko nets  City's second to seal their place in the next round
  • Harry Kane's equaliser forced penalties at White Hart Lane
  • And Spurs triumphed 8-7 to progress to the quarter-finals

Capital One Cup

Chelsea's Cesar Azpilicueta (r) celebrates scoring the opener against Arsenal with Willian