Five games of the EFL Cup fifth round took place on Tuesday night, with the winners progressing through to the quarter finals.
Not much happening at the moment, so here's that time the Grandstand staff had a fight on air. https://t.co/tyzgBZrpGZ— Coral (@Coral) October 25, 2016
The best Twitter action surrounded the game at Anfield, where Liverpool hosted Spurs. Both sides fielded youthful sides, with the Reds emerging as 2-1 winners thanks to a brace from Daniel Sturridge.
When you're short on numbers for five-a-side so one of the lads brings his Da: pic.twitter.com/BgtT1eXADG— Paddy Power (@paddypower) October 25, 2016
Has Klopp got a lookalike on the bench in case he ever gets a stadium ban and needs to bamboozle the FA? #cleverKlopp— Daniel Groves (@Ag1le_Beast) October 25, 2016
I'm not saying Origi is better than Maradona but... pic.twitter.com/I9kA41vByO— The_Lil_Magician (@Lil_Magician10) October 25, 2016
Liverpool take the lead thanks to Daniel Sturridge... pic.twitter.com/2VWoUXfFX3— BenchWarmers (@BeWarmers) October 25, 2016
MASSIVE chance for glory for the Spurs youngster, and he bottles it.— Paddy Power (@paddypower) October 25, 2016
He'll fit right in at the club.
Wimmer Fazioing his Spurs career here.— Charlie Parrish (@charlieparrish) October 25, 2016
Remember when all the goths said Gini Wijnaldum would be shite because Newcastle had been relegated pic.twitter.com/e6Qb9uJF67— Michael (@MichaelLFC28) October 25, 2016
Trent Alexander-Arnold, the only player with two first names for a surname and a surname for a first name— The_Lil_Magician (@Lil_Magician10) October 25, 2016
Joint top of the league ✅— BigSport (@BigSportGB) October 25, 2016
Unbeaten in last 10 games ✅
Through in the cup ✅
Sturridge on the scoresheet ✅
Jurgen Klopp right now: pic.twitter.com/Ckbk5UWRyt
God loves a trier and all that but I'm not convinced Tom Carroll should have taken up a contact sport #COYS— Kevin (@WelshSpur07) October 25, 2016
When all you want is a hug from Jurgen Klopp...pic.twitter.com/CzD11Vk8xZ— BigSport (@BigSportGB) October 25, 2016
Danny Sturridge's right foot... pic.twitter.com/imRPc3qvgA— Paddy Power (@paddypower) October 25, 2016
Just imagine how good Danny Sturridge would be if his right foot wasn't simply a collection of cells and membrane which he cannot control.— Paddy Power (@paddypower) October 25, 2016
Half time & haven't criticised Moreno for tripping the keeper or being out of position or something like that, so well done— The_Lil_Magician (@Lil_Magician10) October 25, 2016
When you make the quarter-final of another cup competition. pic.twitter.com/9rXeHbd6lm— Coral (@Coral) October 25, 2016
Danny Ings celebrates his return https://t.co/J7lYYZDDge— The_Lil_Magician (@Lil_Magician10) October 25, 2016
In-form Newcastle United booked their place in the quarters with an emphatic 6-0 win over Preston North End at home.
Newcastle's recent form:— BigSport (@BigSportGB) October 25, 2016
Goals scored: 40
Goals conceded: 7
Always knew Rafa Benitez was magic…https://t.co/sozjqsj9e3
Arsenal comfortably beat Reading 2-0 at home to boost their chances of silverware this season.
Arsenal XI vs Reading: Martinez, Holding, Gabriel, Jenkinson, Gibbs, Elneny, Maitland-Niles, Ox, Reine-Adelaide, Iwobi, Lucas. pic.twitter.com/PMF7ranjaL— Coral (@Coral) October 25, 2016
Elsewhere, Leeds United needed a penalty shootout to dispose of fellow Championship side Norwich City at Elland Road.