Arsenal came from behind to reach the last-eight of the Carabao Cup thanks to two goals from substitute Eddie Nketiah at the Emirates.
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Match: Everton v Arsenal
Stadium: Goodison Park
Kick-Off (GMT): Sun 22 Oct 13:30
Well, that was hardly the most straightforward of matches. Arsenal haven’t had the easiest time in the cup competitions this season with late scares and late goals aplenty and this tie was no different.
After trouncing Everton at the weekend, Arsene Wenger was probably hoping for a simple straightforward victory against Norwich at the Emirates.
The Gunners haven’t performed well in the League Cup in recent seasons and for large portions of this game, that looked to be the case.
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Norwich took the visit midway through the first-half thanks to a strike from winger Jacob Murphy but it was Arsenal who would have the last laugh.
Eddie Nketiah was brought on with five minutes remaining and grabbed the equaliser with his first-touch and the winning goal in extra time.
Check out the goals below: