Fulham booked their place in the League Cup quarter-finals with a 4-2 penalty shootout victory over Tottenham Hotspur after the two teams were locked at 1-1 after extra time at Craven Cottage on Tuesday night.
The Cottagers took the lead in the 20th minute through Neeskens Kebaier, but Spurs equalized through Harry Kane in the 59th minute.
Neither side could find a winner in normal time, and the match went to extra time.
In the shootout, Fulham were perfect, scoring all four of their penalties.
Tottenham missed two of their penalties, with Kane and Lucas Moura both failing to convert.
The result means that Fulham will face West Ham United in the quarter-finals.
Meanwhile, Leeds United suffered a shock defeat to Championship side Stoke City in the second round of the League Cup.
The Whites were beaten 2-1 at Elland Road on Tuesday night.
Stoke took the lead in the 20th minute through Jacob Brown, and they doubled their advantage in the 59th minute through Steven Fletcher.
Leeds pulled one back through Joe Gelhardt in the 89th minute, but it was not enough to prevent their elimination from the competition.
The result was a major disappointment for Leeds, who had been hoping to make a deep run in the League Cup this season.
The Whites will now focus on their Premier League campaign, where they are currently sitting in 17th place.
Fulham’s victory over Tottenham was a major upset, as the Cottagers are currently in the Championship.
Tottenham are one of the favorites to win the League Cup this season, and they will be disappointed to have been eliminated by a lower league side.
Fulham’s victory was a major boost for their confidence, and they will be hoping to build on it in the Championship.
Leeds’ defeat to Stoke was also a major disappointment, as they are a Premier League side.
Stoke are a strong Championship side, but Leeds should have been too good for them.
The defeat will be a major blow to Leeds’ confidence, and they will need to bounce back quickly in the Premier League.
The League Cup is still in its early stages, but there have already been some major upsets.
Fulham’s victory over Tottenham and Leeds’ defeat to Stoke are just two examples of this.
The competition is wide open, and any team can win on their day.
It will be interesting to see who comes out on top in the end.