AFC Bournemouth 1 – 0 Brighton & Hove Albion
Aston Villa 0 – 2 Middlesbrough
Brentford 1 – 3 Norwich City
Bristol City 2 – 0 Stoke City
Burnley 2 – 2 Leeds United*
Crystal Palace 1 – 0 Huddersfield Town
Leicester City 2 – 0 Liverpool
West Ham United 3 – 0 Bolton Wanderers
Wolverhampton Wanderers 1 – 0 Bristol Rovers
Reading 0 – 2 Swansea City
Tottenham Hotspur 1 – 0 Barnsley
Islam Slimani and Shinji Okazaki score as Leicester beat Liverpool 2-0 to reach the fourth round of the Carabao Cup.
The Reds dominated the first period in the Midlands but were unable to find a way through and substitute Okazaki fired in a 67th-minute opener before Slimani lashed home a second 12 minutes from time to send the Foxes through.
Klopp’s side, who have now gone four games without a win, were not the only Premier League team to exit inside 90 minutes asStokeandHuddersfieldboth fell to away losses at Bristol Cityand Crystal Palacerespectively.
Dele Alli scored the winning goal as Tottenham edged out Barnsley to reach the Carabao Cup fourth round in front of a Wembley crowd of just 23,926.
Alli struck from six yards out in the second half following excellent work by full-back Kieran Trippier.
Striker Fernando Llorente, making his first Spurs start, headed wide from a promising position in the first half.
Championship Barnsley had chances but Liam Lindsay headed wide and Ike Ugbo struck straight at Michel Vorm.
Debutant Juan Foyth should have scored in the opening minutes, but nodded off target with a free header, and Alli headed wide from Harry Winks’ chipped pass into the box.
Roy Hodgson said there would be no quick fix at Crystal Palace, after his side beat Huddersfield Town 1-0 in the third round of the Carabao Cup.
Bakary Sako headed the only goal to give Hodgson the first win of his tenure, in his second match in charge.
However, Palace remain without a win or a goal from five Premier League games.
The victory signifies progression from the Eagles, who were beaten 3-0 by the same opponents on the opening day of the season.
Palace lost their first game under Hodgson 1-0 to Southampton. They travel to both Manchester clubs next, before playing Chelsea at home.
Defender Pape Souare came on as a substitute against Huddersfield to make his first appearance for the Eagles since breaking his thighbone and jaw in a horrific car crash last September.
Marko Arnautovic impressed as Premier League side West Ham reached the Carabao Cup fourth round by beating the Championship’s bottom side Bolton.
Arnautovic provided a free-kick for Angelo Ogbonna’s thumping header and set up Diafra Sakho to stroke home.
Full-back Arthur Masuaku scored a thunderous goal late on, striking high into the top corner from 25 yards.
Bolton’s only effort on target fell to Mark Beevers, but the defender headed straight at goalkeeper Adrian.
Phil Parkinson’s Bolton have failed to win any of their opening eight league games, and off-field issues regarding the club’s ownership have contributed to the instability.
The Lancashire side proved no match for the Hammers, who lost their opening three top-flight games, but the pressure has since eased on boss Slaven Bilic after a victory and draw in recent fixtures.
Championship leaders Leeds beat Premier League Burnley 5-3 on penalties after an entertaining draw in the Carabao Cup third round at Turf Moor.
The visitors seemed to be heading for victory when Pablo Hernandez converted a penalty four minutes into injury time to put them 2-1 up.
But a sublime Robbie Brady free-kick dramatically restored parity.
After a nervy extra time, Burnley’s James Tarkowski was denied by Andy Lonergan as Leeds held their nerve.
Hadi Sacko fired home from close range after a burst from substitute Hernandez to give the away side the lead.
But Chris Wood, who moved to Burnley from Leeds for a club record feeof about £15m in August, wiped out the lead with a 89th-minute penalty following Gaetano Berardi’s foul on Kevin Long.
Hernandez then scored from the spot after Kemar Roofe was held back, but Brady’s curling effort extended a rollercoaster encounter in extra time.
The competition is a testing ground for the new ‘ABBA’ format of penalty shoot-out with Leeds’ opening effort – emphatically converted by Pierre-Michel Lasogga – followed by each side taking two in succession.
But the visitors were not thrown in the slightest by the new arrangement.
Hernandez repeated his normal-time success before Mateusz Klich rolled in a nerveless side-foot effort.
Leeds completed a full house of successful penalties when Stuart Dallas followed Ezgjan Alioski in finding the net to give Burnley no chance to recover from Lonergan’s save.