Mark Schwarzer responded to his omission from the latest Socceroos squad with a clean sheet on debut for Chelsea, while Dario Vidosic opened his account in Switzerland
Mark Schwarzer made his competitive debut for Chelsea and kept a clean sheet as they beat Swindon Town 2-0 in the Capital One Cup, with his fellow Aussie Massimo Luongo seeing out the 90 minutes for the beaten hosts.
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Elsewhere, Neill Kilkenny came on as a 75th-minute sub as Bristol City went down 2-0 to Southampton in the League Cup.
And Dylan McGowan played a full match and converted his penalty in the shootout as Hearts FC beat Queen of the South 4-2 on penalties after a 3-3 draw in the Scottish League Cup.
Mitch Langerak secured a clean sheet as Borussia Dortmund defeated 1860 Munich 2-0 in the DFB-Pokal Cup.
Robbie Kruse started again but was substituted in the 74th minute with adding to his goal-scoring tally as Bayer Leverkusen beat Arminia Bielefeld 2-0.
Nikita Rukavystya came on the 72nd minute while Mathew Leckie was taken off in the 84th minute as FSV Frankfurt went down 2-0 to FC Ingolstadt in round two of German Cup, a sharp reversal in fortunes after both players had been on the scoresheet in a 4-1 win over the same opposition in the league four days earlier.
Tommy Oar played a full match for FC Utrecht, who won 4-1 at FC Den Bosch in the Dutch Cup.
Mathew Ryan kept a clean sheet as Club Brugge KV beat KSV Oudenaarde 1-0 in round six of the Belgian Cup
And Oliver Bozanic played a full match but was unable to prevent FC Luzern losing 2-0 to Grasshopper Zurich in a clash between fourth and second respectively in the Swiss Super League.
On the Bench
Brad Jones [Liverpool]