Wolves out of England’s second most important domestic cup


Wolverhampton Wanderers were defeated in a match that ended 0-1 in the second round of the English League Cup against Stoke City (English Second Division).

After Stoke stormed Molineux Stadium in the 86th minute of the game with a late goal from Jacob Brown, in the 86th minute of the game, Wolves were left out of England’s second most important domestic cup, leaving Nuno Espirito Santo’s men with virtually no reaction capacity.

The first disappointment of the season was Wolves, with multiple replacements in the starting 11, such as the young rookie Fabio Silva and Vitinha, aged 18 and 20 respectively, but with Adama Traoré as the starter.

Stoke will face Gillingham, from League One (English Third Division), in the third round of the League Cup.

By beating Sheffield United (5-4) on penalties, Burnley won today’s tie between Premier League teams after the match was 1-1 overall. David McGoldrick made it 0-1 in Minute 4 but with his goal in Minute 67, Matej Vydra forced the shootout. Now Burnley has to face Millwall.

Brighton did not give Portsmouth a (4-0) chance.

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