European football matchday: Manchester City take on Arsenal in English League Cup; Real Sociedad host Atlético Madrid
The English League Cup reaches the quarterfinals stage this week and Manchester City is closing in on another slice of history under Pep Guardiola.
League Cup: Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer berates Manchester United for 'worst' half of the season in derby loss to City
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has labelled his side’s first-half performance in Tuesday’s League Cup semi-final, first leg defeat their worst display of the season.
League Cup: Mauricio Pochettino admits Tottenham squad is 'unsettled' after shock defeat to fourth-tier Colchester
Pochettino's Tottenham were beaten 4-3 on penalties against Colchester after being held to a goalless draw by a club 71 places below them, with Christian Eriksen and Lucas Moura both missing during the shoot-out.
League Cup: Paul Pogba likely to return for Rochdale clash, says Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer expects Paul Pogba to make his return from injury against third-tier Rochdale in the League Cup on Wednesday.
English League Cup: Alex Iwobi scores first Everton goal to fire Toffees into third round, Burnley knocked out
Everton trailed Lincoln and were 2-2 before Alex Iwobi scored in the 81st minute to nod them ahead. Richarlison scored late on to send Marco Silva's men into round three.
Carabao Cup: Jermain Defoe presented with 2008 English League Cup winners medal ten years after Tottenham beat Chelsea in final
Jermain Defoe left White Hart Lane for Portsmouth less than a month before the game at Wembley, and had scored in the fifth-round victory over Manchester City.
FA Cup: Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola says club committed to achieving quadruple despite fixture crunch
Guardiola has repeatedly refused to discuss the idea of City winning the season quadruple of Champions League, Premier League, FA Cup and Carabao Cup, something which has never yet been achieved in English football history.
Nketiah, an 18-year-old striker making only his second appearance for Arsenal, entered as a substitute against Norwich and scored the equaliser within 15 seconds.