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West Ham Utd 3 Stoke City 1


Filed: Wednesday, 27th October 2010
By: Staff Writer


West Ham are through to the last eight of the Carling Cup - depite leaving it late again.

Scott Parker's 84th minute equaliser took the game into extra time after Kenwyne Jones had given the visitors a 6th minute lead.

Then goals from Manuel Da Costa (96 minutes) and Victor Obinna (118 mins) saw the Hammers through to the quarter finals of the competition for the first time since 2007.

The Hammers will face one of Arsenal, Aston Villa, Brentford, Ipswich, West Brom, Wigan or Man Utd in the next round; the draw will be made this Saturday, 30th October.



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Your Comments


by G
09:02AM 29th Oct 2010
''Never knew we had signed Carl Cort? According to the commentator on the BBC Sport website showing coverage of our win over Stoke in League Cup, Carl Cort set up McCarthy (for him to spoon the shot)?? Hmmm.... (around 35 seconds into the footage).''

by Dingo
11:53PM 27th Oct 2010
''*Birmingham not Brentford - Birmingham won on penalties against them on tuesday.''

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