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Last Updated: Wednesday, 8 November 2006, 18:48 GMT
Carling Cup photos

Momo Sissoko is stretchered off after a lengthy period of treatment

Birmingham 0-1 Liverpool: The game starts badly for the Reds when Mohamed Sissoko goes off with a dislocated shoulder

Birmingham striker DJ Campbell

DJ Campbell goes close for the Blues but finds Jerzy Dudek, making his first start of the season, in good form

Bellamy shows his woe at missing from the spot

Liverpool go ahead shortly before the break through Daniel Agger but also see Craig Bellamy miss a 63rd-minute penalty

Frank Lampard heads home in the 32nd minute

Chelsea 4-0 Aston Villa: The first goal of the night comes at Stamford Bridge where Frank Lampard heads the hosts in front

Andriy Shevchenko connects with Lampard's cross to make it 2-0

Midway through the second half, Chelsea double their lead when Andriy Shevchenko also heads past Thomas Sorensen

Essien and Didier Drogba celebrate

With nine minutes to go, Michael Essien (left) puts the match beyond Villa after some good work by Geremi

Didier Drogba celebrates his goal

Not to be left out, in-form striker Didier Drogba completes the rout late on after combining with Salomon Kalou

Graham Poll brandishes the red card in James McFadden's direction

Everton 0-1 Arsenal: Referee Graham Poll makes headlines when he gives the hosts' James McFadden an early red card

Emmanuel Adebayor scores the decisive goal

Despite their advantage, Arsenal wait until the 84th minute to take the lead courtesy of Emmanuel Adebayor's header

Steed Malbranque holds off Colin Miles as he looks to create a chance

Tottenham 3-1 Port Vale (aet): Summer signing Steed Malbranque makes his Spurs debut after a lengthy injury spell

Leon Constantine puts Port Vale ahead

A shock looks possible when Leon Constantine stretches to put the League One side ahead with half an hour remaining

Tom Huddlestone celebrates his equaliser

Tom Huddlestone equalises to force extra-time and then scores again as the hosts take control

Jermain Defoe makes it 3-1 during the second period extra-time

The White Hart Lane club seal their place in the last eight when Jermain Defoe completes the scoring


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