Premier League giants Chelsea and Liverpool both qualified for the quarter-finals of The Capital One Cup

Didier Drogba opened the scoring for the Blues to give them the lead just three minutes into the second half, but Shrewsbury’s Andy Mangan scored in the 77th minute. Jermaine Grandison’s 81st-minute own goal sealed the win for Chelsea. 

Mario Balotelli inspired the Reds to win 2-1 against Swansea City, after they were trailing 1-0. Marvin Emnes gave Swansea the lead at Anfield, but Balotelli came on in the second half and didn’t take too long to score. Dejan Lovren injury time winner sealed the win for Liverpool.

 

 

 

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