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And that, my League Cup friends, is that. Thank you very much for following. We'll be back right here from 10:00 GMT on Saturday for all the Premier League action - including Newcastle v Liverpool and Chelsea v QPR. Cheerio and see you then!
Before we head off, one last look at the draw for the next round...
Derby v Chelsea
Tottenham v Newcastle
Bournemouth v Liverpool
Sheffield United v Southampton
Who will win the League Cup?
More from Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini: "There was no reason why David couldn't play. He was prepared. We tried to play with the best players. David was perfect to play. He was not going to play the whole game, my idea was to change him for Samir Nasri.”
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino to Sky Sports: "I never feel the pressure, I understand my job and my position. Like any manager, positive results mean you are a very good manager, you lose and you are very bad, but I have the balance in my life."
Pardew: "Managers don't always get time. Some of the decisions in the Championship have been a disgrace."— Gary Maiden (@Gary_Maiden) October 29, 2014
Brighton boss Sami Hyypia: "I couldn't ask more from the players, they faced a strong Tottenham side so we had to play defensively. Perhaps we could have pressed more, creating more space, but we played very well defensively. We had to to have any chance [to win]."
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino: "Getting into the quarter-final was the objective, so we are happy. All potential trophies are realistic for us [to win]. We played very well and created a lot of chances. After Sunday it was difficult as we played well but didn't make the chances."
- "We must be worried. We didn't win any of the three games this week"
- "I'm worried about why we are not playing the way we normally play"
- "We had a lot of chances and couldn't score. It's a difficult moment"
Pellegrini = a worried man.
TOP - Erik Lamela: With Spurs missing a spark in the first half, Lamela took just eight minutes to find it with another well-taken goal. A definite game-changer for his side.
FLOP - Adam Chicksen: Had a tough time against Townsend at the start which seemed to shake his confidence throughout.
In full: Tottenham 2-0 Brighton
TOP - Ryan Taylor: Tonight’s real success story saw Taylor make his comeback from injury after 26 months on the treatment table. Some neat touches appeared to give him some early confidence and he looked tidy throughout. His heroic block with his torso kept City at bay late on
FLOP - Fernandinho: Caught out in possession in the build up to Newcastle’s opener as he struggled to adapt to the early pace. Failed to deal with Obertan’s pace throughout. A poor evening.
In full: Manchester City 0-2 Newcastle
There was a HUGE shock tonight in Serie A as champions Juventus conceded a last-minute Luca Antonini goal to lose 1-0 at Genoa, ending their unbeaten start to the season. Elsewhere in Italy, AC Milan drew away to Cagliari and Inter beat Sampdoria.
Keeeep glancing: Latest scores around Europe
Match of the round? Bournemouth v Liverpool. The Championship side have never played in the fifth round of the League Cup and have been handed a dream tie against the eight-time winners. All fixtures will be played the week commencing December 15.
Here we go. It's draw time...
Alex Young reports from White Hart Lane: “Erik Lamela scored the first and dictated the play as Brighton were pushed further and further back after the break. Andros Townsend also did his chance of more regular first-team action no harm with an unselfish performance on the flank. With Manchester City knocked out, Mauricio Pochettino has no excuse but to give this competition serious consideration now.”
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