Wayne Hennessey
Both goalkeepers missed their penalties in the shootout

Bournemouth beat Crystal Palace 11-10 in an amazing Carabao Cup shootout after a goalless draw to set up a third-round tie with Manchester City.

After all 20 outfield players scored, Wayne Hennessey saved Bournemouth keeper Asmir Begovic’s spot-kick, but then blazed his own over the bar.

David Brooks scored his second kick of the shootout and Begovic saved Luka Milivojevic’s effort to send the Championship side through.

They face holders City next week.

The excellent finishing in the shootout was nowhere to be seen in 90 minutes. Bournemouth dominated with 17 shots to Crystal Palace’s four – but only three were on target.

The only time they managed to get the ball in the net, Sam Surridge was flagged offside.

Stacey had a well-hit effort saved by Hennessey.

Palace forced Begovic into only one save, with the goalkeeper denying debutant Nya Kirby in the first half.



  • 1Begovic
  • 17StaceySubstituted forLermaat 62′minutes
  • 24Ofoborh
  • 25Simpson
  • 5Kelly
  • 33Zemura
  • 16L CookSubstituted forGoslingat 74′minutes
  • 18ArterSubstituted forSolankeat 83′minutes
  • 29Billing
  • 7Brooks
  • 14Surridge


  • 4Gosling
  • 8Lerma
  • 9Solanke
  • 23Travers
  • 26Kilkenny
  • 32Anthony

Crystal Palace

  • 13Hennessey
  • 34KellyBooked at 90mins
  • 35WoodsSubstituted forSakhoat 61′minutes
  • 45Inniss
  • 33Jach
  • 37KirbySubstituted forTownsendat 70′minutes
  • 4Milivojevic
  • 7Meyer
  • 25Eze
  • 23Batshuayi
  • 15SchluppSubstituted forJ Ayewat 60′minutes


  • 9J Ayew
  • 10Townsend
  • 12Sakho
  • 19Henderson
  • 22McCarthy
  • 27Mitchell
  • 40Pierrick

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