Leeds 1-1 Hull (8-9 on pens): Alfie Jones scores decisive spot-kick in Carabao Cup shock


17 Sep

Hull clinched a deserved upset at Leeds in the Carabao Cup second round after winning a penalty shootout 9-8.

Tigers defender Alfie Jones scored the decisive penalty after Leeds had been fortunate to force a 1-1 draw through Ezgjan Alioski's stoppage-time equaliser.

Hull had deservedly led through forward Mallik Wilks, who appeared to have sunk his former club with a deflected early first-half effort.

Leeds were disappointing after making 11 changes and had next to no chances throughout 90 minutes before Alioski slammed home an unlikely leveller in the fourth minute of added time.

Hull, 2-0 winners at Gillingham last weekend following relegation to League One in July, made six changes themselves, but were comfortably the superior side.

Wilks, one of three Hull players facing his former club, fired the visitors into a fifth-minute lead via a deflected shot after linking well with George Honeyman on the edge of the penalty area. แทงบอลขั้นต่ำ

Leeds appeared all at sea and Hull went close to increasing their lead on three occasions in the next 10 minutes.

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