2013–14 Football League Cup

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2013–14 Football League Cup
Capital One Cup, League Cup
Country England
 Wales
Dates5 August 2013 – 2 March 2014
Teams92
Defending championsSwansea City
ChampionsManchester City (3rd title)
Runners-upSunderland
Matches played93
Goals scored255 (2.74 per match)
Top goal scorer(s)Edin Džeko
Álvaro Negredo
(6 goals each)

The 2013–14 Football League Cup (known as the Capital One Cup for sponsorship reasons) was the 54th season of the Football League Cup, a knock-out competition for the top 92 football clubs played in English football league system. Swansea City were the defending champions, but were eliminated by Birmingham City in the 3rd round.

Numbers within brackets represented a team's league level in the 2013–14 season, level 1 being the Premier League, level 2 the Championship, and so on.

On 16 December 2013, it was announced that goal-line technology would be used in three of the four quarter-finals and any subsequent matches in the Capital One Cup.[1] The system was used the very next day, in the SunderlandChelsea quarter-final, in which an own-goal from Lee Cattermole was allowed.[2]

The cup was won by Manchester City who defeated Sunderland 3–1 in the final.[3][4][5] This was their first League Cup trophy since 1976 and their third win overall.

First round[edit]

The draw for the first round took place on 17 June 2013 at 09:30 BST. Ties were played during the week commencing 5 August 2013.[6]

5 August 2013 Preston North End (3) 1–0Blackpool (2)Deepdale, Preston
19:45 BST Clarke Goal 87' Report Attendance: 17,470
Referee: Andy Madley
6 August 2013 Bury (4) 3–2Crewe Alexandra (3)Gigg Lane, Bury
19:45 BST Beeley Goal 20'
Harrad Goal 29' (pen.)
Hinds Goal 49'
Report Aneke Goal 5'
Davis Goal 75' (pen.)
Attendance: 2,146
Referee: Mark Brown
6 August 2013 Shrewsbury Town (3)1–3 Bolton Wanderers (2) New Meadow, Shrewsbury
19:45 BST Wildig Goal 29' Report Hall Goal 26'
Odelusi Goal 43'52'
Attendance: 3,456
Referee: Stephen Bratt
6 August 2013 Middlesbrough (2)1–2 Accrington Stanley (4) Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough
19:45 BST Jutkiewicz Goal 9' Report Carver Goal 40'
Mingoia Goal 81'
Attendance: 6,774
Referee: Scott Duncan
6 August 2013 Doncaster Rovers (2) 1–0Rochdale (4)Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster
19:45 BST Khumalo Goal 89' Report Attendance: 4,368
Referee: Gary Sutton
6 August 2013 Tranmere Rovers (3) 2–0Mansfield Town (4)Prenton Park, Birkenhead
19:45 BST Robinson Goal 2'
Atkinson Goal 45+1'
Report Attendance: 3,067
Referee: David Webb
6 August 2013 York City (4)0–4 Burnley (2) Bootham Crescent, York
19:45 BST Report Jones Goal 12'
Stanislas Goal 61'
Ings Goal 78'
Arfield Goal 82'
Attendance: 3,922
Referee: Tony Harrington
6 August 2013 Sheffield United (3)1–2 Burton Albion (4) Bramall Lane, Sheffield
19:45 BST Doyle Goal 64' Report Hussey Goal 50'90+5' Attendance: 6,191
Referee: Eddie Ilderton
6 August 2013 Oldham Athletic (3)0–1 Derby County (2) Boundary Park, Oldham
19:45 BST Report Jacobs Goal 20' Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Rob Lewis
6 August 2013 Morecambe (4) 1–0Wolverhampton Wanderers (3)Globe Arena, Morecambe
19:45 BST Williams Goal 84' Report Attendance: 2,545
Referee: Geoff Eltringham
6 August 2013 Nottingham Forest (2) 3–1Hartlepool United (4)The City Ground, Nottingham
19:45 BST Majewski Goal 33'
Halford Goal 65'
Derbyshire Goal 67'
Report Austin Goal 76' Attendance: 9,081
Referee: Stephen Martin
6 August 2013 Huddersfield Town (2) 2–1Bradford City (3)John Smith's Stadium, Huddersfield
19:45 BST Vaughan Goal 42'54' Report Wells Goal 90' Attendance: 11,630
Referee: Mark Haywood
6 August 2013 Port Vale (3)1–2 Walsall (3) Vale Park, Burslem
19:45 BST Robertson Goal 59' Report Westcarr Goal 43'
Baxendale Goal 84'
Attendance: 4,013
Referee: Andy Haines
6 August 2013 Gillingham (3)0–2 Bristol City (3) Priestfield Stadium, Gillingham
19:45 BST Report Baldock Goal 21'
Wynter Goal 66'
Attendance: 2,585
Referee: Darren Deadman
6 August 2013 AFC Bournemouth (2) 1–0Portsmouth (4)Dean Court, Bournemouth
19:45 BST O'Kane Goal 54' Report Attendance: 7,620
Referee: Fred Graham
6 August 2013 Wycombe Wanderers (4)1–2 Leicester City (2) Adams Park, High Wycombe
19:45 BST Kuffour Goal 21' Report Nugent Goal 14' (pen.)
St Ledger Goal 90+6'
Attendance: 3,158
Referee: Tim Robinson
6 August 2013 Brentford (3) 3–2Dagenham & Redbridge (4)Griffin Park, Brentford
19:45 BST El Alagui Goal 62'90+5'
Fillo Goal 64'
Report Nugent Goal 18' (o.g.)
Scott Goal 81'
Attendance: 3,586
Referee: Pat Miller
6 August 2013 Exeter City (4)0–2 Queens Park Rangers (2) St James Park, Exeter
19:45 BST Report Austin Goal 3'
Simpson Goal 50'
Attendance: 5,253
Referee: Jeremy Simpson
6 August 2013 Charlton Athletic (2) 4–0Oxford United (4)The Valley, Charlton
19:45 BST Church Goal 18'57'
Green Goal 49'
Pigott Goal 90+6'
Report Attendance: 4,935
Referee: Andrew Davies
6 August 2013 Southend United (4)0–1 Yeovil Town (2) Roots Hall, Southend-on-Sea
19:45 BST Report Dawson Goal 36' Attendance: 2,971
Referee: Lee Collins
6 August 2013 Millwall (2) 2–1AFC Wimbledon (4)The Den, Bermondsey
19:45 BST Keogh Goal 52'
Woolford Goal 76'
Report L. Moore Goal 90' Attendance: 4,443
Referee: James Linington
6 August 2013 Swindon Town (3) 1–0Torquay United (4)The County Ground, Swindon
19:45 BST Williams Goal 83' Report Attendance: 5,662
Referee: Andy D'Urso
6 August 2013 Birmingham City (2) 3–2 (a.e.t.)Plymouth Argyle (4)St Andrew's, Birmingham
19:45 BST Allan Goal 49'84'
Bartley Goal 92'
Report Alessandra Goal 61'90+2' Attendance: 10,178
Referee: Graham Salisbury
6 August 2013 Stevenage (3) 2–0Ipswich Town (2)Broadhall Way, Stevenage
19:45 BST Morais Goal 51'
Burrow Goal 76'
Report Referee: Gavin Ward
6 August 2013 Cheltenham Town (4) 4–3 (a.e.t.)Crawley Town (3)Whaddon Road, Cheltenham
19:45 BST Richards Goal 40'
Gornell Goal 70'
Harrison Goal 75'114'
Report Alexander Goal 23'
Adams Goal 59'65'
Attendance: 1,562
Referee: Oliver Langford
6 August 2013 Bristol Rovers (4)1–3 Watford (2) Memorial Stadium, Horfield
19:45 BST Richards Goal 41' Report Murray Goal 19'35'
Angella Goal 30'
Attendance: 4,875
Referee: Darren Sheldrake
6 August 2013 Northampton Town (4)1–2 Milton Keynes Dons (3) Sixfields Stadium, Northampton
19:45 BST O'Donovan Goal 77' Report Reeves Goal 13'
Banton Goal 54'
Attendance: 3,486
Referee: Chris Sarginson
6 August 2013 Leyton Orient (3) 3–2Coventry City (3)Matchroom Stadium, Leyton
19:45 BST Lisbie Goal 26'89'
Cox Goal 37'
Report Baker Goal 22'
Moussa Goal 59'
Attendance: 2,871
Referee: Dean Whitestone
6 August 2013 Colchester United (3)1–5 Peterborough United (3) Colchester Community Stadium, Colchester
19:45 BST Ibehre Goal 47' Report Zakuani Goal 42'
Barnett Goal 59'
Rowe Goal 68'
Tomlin Goal 71'80'
Attendance: 2,368
Referee: Trevor Kettle
6 August 2013 Brighton & Hove Albion (2)1–3 (a.e.t.) Newport County (4) Falmer Stadium, Falmer
19:45 BST Barnes Goal 18' Report Crow Goal 81'94'
Washington Goal 103'
Attendance: 8,409
Referee: Brendan Malone
6 August 2013 Rotherham United (3) 2–1Sheffield Wednesday (2)New York Stadium, Rotherham
20:00 BST Pringle Goal 10'
Frecklington Goal 38'
Report McCabe Goal 23' Attendance: 11,433
Referee: Darren Drysdale
7 August 2013 Notts County (3) 3–2Fleetwood Town (4)Meadow Lane, Nottingham
19:45 BST Showunmi Goal 28'
Haynes Goal 40'
McGregor Goal 73'
Report Evans Goal 16'
Ball Goal 88'
Attendance: 2,115
Referee: Keith Hill
7 August 2013 Leeds United (2) 2–1Chesterfield (4)Elland Road, Leeds
19:45 BST Brown Goal 28'
Poleon Goal 31'
Report Doyle Goal 18' Attendance: 17,466
Referee: Carl Boyeson
7 August 2013 Carlisle United (3) 3–3 (a.e.t.)
(4–3 p)
Blackburn Rovers (2)Brunton Park, Carlisle
19:45 BST Amoo Goal 14'113'
Guy Goal 62'
Report Cairney Goal 51'
Taylor Goal 56'
Judge Goal 95'
Attendance: 4,372
Referee: Richard Clark
Penalties
Salmon Penalty missed
Beck Penalty scored
Berrett Penalty scored
Noble Penalty scored
Symington Penalty scored
Penalty scored Judge
Penalty scored Lowe
Penalty scored Rhodes
Penalty missed Taylor
Penalty missed Morris

Second round[edit]

The draw for the second round took place on 8 August 2013 at 12:30 BST. All the Premier League clubs that were not partaking in European competition (UEFA Champions League or Europa League) entered in this round along with Reading who were one of the two best relegated teams from the prior season. Wigan Athletic, who were the other of the two best relegated teams did not enter in this round, due to winning the FA Cup and thus a place in the UEFA Europa League. They entered in the third round. All ties were played during the week commencing 26 August 2013.

27 August 2013 Carlisle United (3)2–5 Leicester City (2) Brunton Park, Carlisle
19:45 BST Amoo Goal 16'
Berrett Goal 71'
Report Wood Goal 38'59' (pen.)63'
Dyer Goal 47'
Knockaert Goal 51'
Attendance: 3,308
Referee: Graham Salisbury
27 August 2013 Doncaster Rovers (2)1–3 Leeds United (2) Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster
19:45 BST Paynter Goal 63' Report Wootton Goal 41'
Smith Goal 77'
McCormack Goal 80' (pen.)
Attendance: 10,890
Referee: Scott Mathieson
27 August 2013 Sunderland (1) 4–2Milton Keynes Dons (3)Stadium of Light, Sunderland
19:45 BST Altidore Goal 78'
Wickham Goal 87'89'
Johnson Goal 90+6'
Report Bamford Goal 7'
McLeod Goal 55'
Attendance: 18,992
Referee: David Coote
27 August 2013 West Bromwich Albion (1) 3–0Newport County (4)The Hawthorns, West Bromwich
20:00 BST Berahino Goal 7'26'38' (pen.) Report Attendance: 8,955
Referee: Andy D'Urso
27 August 2013 Bristol City (3) 2–1Crystal Palace (1)Ashton Gate Stadium, Bristol
19:45 BST Emmanuel-Thomas Goal 59'
Wagstaff Goal 71'
Report Garvan Goal 90+4' Attendance: 6,816
Referee: Ian Williamson
27 August 2013 Peterborough United (3) 6–0Reading (2)London Road, Peterborough
19:45 BST Assombalonga Goal 4'
Tomlin Goal 19'54' (pen.)79' (pen.)
Swanson Goal 28'
Payne Goal 90+3'
Report Attendance: 4,496
Referee: Keith Hill
27 August 2013 Barnsley (2)1–5 Southampton (1) Oakwell, Barnsley
19:45 BST Dawson Goal 53' Report Davis Goal 26'89' (pen.)
Rodriguez Goal 49'
Mayuka Goal 66'
Ramírez Goal 90+1'
Attendance: 6,574
Referee: Scott Duncan
27 August 2013 Burton Albion (4)2–2 (a.e.t.)
(4–5 p)
Fulham (1) Pirelli Stadium, Burton upon Trent
19:45 BST Dyer Goal 85'
Symes Goal 102'
Report Taarabt Goal 36'
Rodallega Goal 117'
Attendance: 4,002
Referee: Andy Madley
Penalties
Symes Penalty scored
Reed Penalty scored
Edwards Penalty missed
McCrory Penalty scored
Hussey Penalty scored
Penalty scored Bent
Penalty scored Ruiz
Penalty scored Riether
Penalty scored Rodallega
Penalty scored Riise
27 August 2013 Burnley (2) 2–0Preston North End (3)Turf Moor, Burnley
19:45 BST Trippier Goal 6'
Ings Goal 34'
Report Attendance: 10,648
Referee: Paul Tierney
27 August 2013 Liverpool (1) 4–2 (a.e.t.)Notts County (3)Anfield, Liverpool
19:45 BST Sterling Goal 4'
Sturridge Goal 29'105+4'
Henderson Goal 110'
Report Arquin Goal 62'
Phillip Goal 84'
Attendance: 42,231
27 August 2013 Norwich City (1) 6–3Bury (4)Carrow Road, Norwich
19:45 BST Olsson Goal 23'
Pilkington Goal 31'
Elmander Goal 52'75'
Fer Goal 84'
Whittaker Goal 90'
Report Forrester Goal 72'
Edjenguele Goal 79'
Reindorf Goal 90+3'
Attendance: 16,107
27 August 2013 Leyton Orient (3)0–1 (a.e.t.) Hull City (1) Matchroom Stadium, Leyton
19:45 BST Report Brady Goal 107' Attendance: 3,181
27 August 2013 Huddersfield Town (2) 3–2Charlton Athletic (2)John Smith's Stadium, Huddersfield
19:45 BST Lynch Goal 40'
Hogg Goal 77'
Hammill Goal 82'
Report Stephens Goal 32'
Sordell Goal 59'
Attendance: 6,250
27 August 2013 Tranmere Rovers (3) 1–1 (a.e.t.)
(4–2 p)
Bolton Wanderers (2)Prenton Park, Birkenhead
19:45 BST Stockton Goal 45+2' Report Beckford Goal 66' Attendance: 3,379
Penalties
Power Penalty scored
Akpa Akpro Penalty scored
Horwood Penalty scored
Rowe Penalty scored
Penalty missed Moritz
Penalty scored Beckford
Penalty scored Mills
Penalty missed Baptiste
27 August 2013 Queens Park Rangers (2)0–2 Swindon Town (3) Loftus Road, Shepherd's Bush
19:45 BST Report Ranger Goal 38'
Pritchard Goal 90+1'
Attendance: 9,715
27 August 2013 Derby County (2) 5–0Brentford (3)Pride Park Stadium, Derby
19:45 BST Martin Goal 19'77'
Sammon Goal 36'71'
Hughes Goal 38'
Report Attendance: 9,076
27 August 2013 Yeovil Town (2)3–3 (a.e.t.)
(2–3 p)
Birmingham City (2) Huish Park, Yeovil
19:45 BST Upson Goal 21'
Webster Goal 90+1'
Ayling Goal 105'
Report Bartley Goal 20'
Shinnie Goal 44'
Novak Goal 106'
Attendance: 3,769
Penalties
Hoskins Penalty missed
Seaborne Penalty scored
Upson Penalty missed
McAllister Penalty missed
Dawson Penalty scored
Penalty scored Burke
Penalty missed Eardley
Penalty missed Allan
Penalty scored Ambrose
Penalty scored Adeyemi
27 August 2013 West Ham United (1) 2–1Cheltenham Town (4)Boleyn Ground, Upton Park, London
19:45 BST Vaz Tê Goal 42'
Ravel Goal 46'
Report Richards Goal 59' (pen.)
28 August 2013 Nottingham Forest (2) 2–1 (a.e.t.)Millwall (2)City Ground, Nottingham
19:45 BST Derbyshire Goal 59'
Lascelles Goal 94'
Report Feeney Goal 86' Attendance: 12,201
28 August 2013 Everton (1) 2–1 (a.e.t.)Stevenage (3)Goodison Park, Liverpool
19:45 BST Deulofeu Goal 45+3'
Fellaini Goal 115'
Report Freeman Goal 36' Attendance: 22,730
Referee: Keith Stroud
28 August 2013 Stoke City (1) 3–1Walsall (3)Britannia Stadium, Stoke-on-Trent
19:45 BST Jones Goal 22'31'84' Report Hemmings Goal 57' Attendance: 11,667
Referee: Michael Naylor
28 August 2013 Aston Villa (1) 3–0Rotherham United (3)Villa Park, Birmingham
19:45 BST Weimann Goal 19'
Benteke Goal 40'
Delph Goal 53'
Report Attendance: 22,447
28 August 2013 Morecambe (4)0–2 Newcastle United (1) Globe Arena, Morecambe
19:45 BST Report Shola Ameobi Goal 84'
Sammy Ameobi Goal 90+4'
Attendance: 5,375
28 August 2013 Watford (2) 2–0AFC Bournemouth (2)Vicarage Road, Watford
19:45 BST Ward Goal 13' (o.g.)
Battocchio Goal 66'
Report Attendance: 9,824
28 August 2013 Accrington Stanley (4)0–2 Cardiff City (1) Crown Ground, Accrington
19:45 BST Report Maynard Goal 61'
Gestede Goal 62'
Attendance: 1,617

Third round[edit]

The draw for the third round took place live on Sky Sports on 28 August 2013.[citation needed] All the clubs partaking in European competition (holders Swansea City, Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur and Wigan Athletic) entered here, as well as the winning teams from the second round. Only Crystal Palace from the Premier League failed to make it to the third round, and only Bristol City, Swindon Town, Peterborough United and Tranmere Rovers remained from League One.

24 September 2013 Sunderland (1) 2–0Peterborough United (3)Stadium of Light, Sunderland
19:45 BST Giaccherini Goal 32'
Roberge Goal 74'
Report Attendance: 18,126
Referee: Michael Naylor
24 September 2013 West Ham United (1) 3–2Cardiff City (1)Boleyn Ground, Upton Park, London
19:45 BST Morrison Goal 1'
Jarvis Goal 8'
Vaz Tê Goal 88'
Report Noone Goal 45'
Odemwingie Goal 76'
Attendance: 18,611
Referee: Roger East
24 September 2013 Manchester City (1) 5–0Wigan Athletic (2)Etihad Stadium, Manchester
19:45 BST Džeko Goal 33'
Jovetić Goal 60'83'
Touré Goal 76'
Navas Goal 86'
Report Attendance: 25,519
Referee: Kevin Friend
24 September 2013 Burnley (2) 2–1Nottingham Forest (2)Turf Moor, Burnley
19:45 BST Ings Goal 45'68' Report Derbyshire Goal 24' Attendance: 6,405
Referee: Darren Drysdale
24 September 2013 Southampton (1) 2–0Bristol City (3)St Mary's Stadium, Southampton
19:45 BST Ramírez Goal 15'
Hooiveld Goal 83'
Report Attendance: 8,539
Referee: Graham Scott
24 September 2013 Swindon Town (3)0–2 Chelsea (1) County Ground, Swindon
19:45 BST Report Torres Goal 29'
Ramires Goal 35'
Attendance: 14,924
Referee: Michael Oliver
24 September 2013 Watford (2)2–3 (a.e.t.) Norwich City (1) Vicarage Road, Watford
19:45 BST Acuña Goal 23'
Faraoni Goal 55'
Report Murphy Goal 77'
Hooper Goal 90+4'115'
Attendance: 11,178
Referee: Stephen Martin
24 September 2013 Aston Villa (1)0–4 Tottenham Hotspur (1) Villa Park, Birmingham
19:45 BST Report Defoe Goal 45+1'90'
Paulinho Goal 49'
Chadli Goal 86'
Attendance: 22,975
Referee: Jonathan Moss
24 September 2013 Hull City (1) 1–0Huddersfield Town (2)KC Stadium, Kingston upon Hull
19:45 BST Proschwitz Goal 59' Report Attendance: 7,151
Referee: Simon Hooper
24 September 2013 Leicester City (2) 2–1Derby County (2)King Power Stadium, Leicester
19:45 BST Knockaert Goal 78'
Drinkwater Goal 81'
Report Martin Goal 42' Attendance: 14,043
Referee: Dean Whitestone
24 September 2013 Fulham (1) 2–1Everton (1)Craven Cottage, Fulham
20:00 BST Berbatov Goal 54'
Bent Goal 68'
Report Naismith Goal 12' Attendance: 14,627
Referee: Martin Atkinson
25 September 2013 Manchester United (1) 1–0Liverpool (1)Old Trafford, Manchester
19:45 BST Hernández Goal 46' Report Attendance: 65,701
Referee: Mark Clattenburg
25 September 2013 Newcastle United (1) 2–0Leeds United (2)St James' Park, Newcastle upon Tyne
19:45 BST Cissé Goal 31'
Gouffran Goal 67'
Report Attendance: 36,220
Referee: Mike Jones
25 September 2013 West Bromwich Albion (1)1–1 (a.e.t.)
(3–4 p)
Arsenal (1) The Hawthorns, West Bromwich
20:00 BST Berahino Goal 71' Report Eisfeld Goal 61' Attendance: 18,649
Referee: Robert Madley
Penalties
Reid Penalty scored
Rosenberg Penalty scored
Morrison Penalty scored
Dawson Penalty missed
Amalfitano Penalty missed
Penalty scored Bendtner
Penalty missed Gnabry
Penalty scored Olsson
Penalty scored Akpom
Penalty scored Monreal
25 September 2013 Tranmere Rovers (3)0–2 Stoke City (1) Prenton Park, Birkenhead
19:45 BST Report Ireland Goal 23'
Crouch Goal 90'
Attendance: 5,559
Referee: David Coote
25 September 2013 Birmingham City (2) 3–1Swansea City (1)St Andrew's, Birmingham
19:45 BST Burn Goal 57'
Green Goal 61'
Adeyemi Goal 81'
Report Bony Goal 90+5' Attendance: 7,470
Referee: Keith Stroud

Fourth round[edit]

The draw for the fourth round took place on 25 September 2013 live on Sky Sports.[7] All ties were originally to be played during the week commencing 28 October 2013,[8] but the game between Sunderland and Southampton was later moved to 6 November 2013.[9] Birmingham City, Burnley and Leicester City were the only teams outside of the Premier League left in the competition, all three compete in the Championship.

29 October 2013 Leicester City (2) 4–3Fulham (1)King Power Stadium, Leicester
19:45 GMT Morgan Goal 40'
Wood Goal 45'
Miquel Goal 51'
Dyer Goal 89'
Report Rodallega Goal 18'52'
Karagounis Goal 87'
Attendance: 17,932
Referee: Keith Stroud
29 October 2013 Birmingham City (2)4–4 (a.e.t.)
(2–4 p)
Stoke City (1) St. Andrew's, Birmingham
19:45 GMT Adeyemi Goal 28'
Løvenkrands Goal 85'90+2'
Lee Goal 118'
Report Assaidi Goal 10'
Crouch Goal 55'
Arnautović Goal 71'
Jones Goal 93'
Attendance: 13,436
Referee: Simon Hooper
Penalties
Hancox Penalty missed
Løvenkrands Penalty scored
Reilly Penalty missed
Lee Penalty scored
Penalty scored Jones
Penalty scored Shawcross
Penalty scored Muniesa
Penalty scored Nzonzi
29 October 2013 Manchester United (1) 4–0Norwich City (1)Old Trafford, Manchester
19:45 GMT Hernández Goal 21' (pen.)53'
Jones Goal 87'
Fábio Goal 90+4'
Report Attendance: 58,663
Referee: Kevin Friend
29 October 2013 Burnley (2)0–2 West Ham United (1) Turf Moor, Burnley
19:45 GMT Report Taylor Goal 76' (pen.)
Collison Goal 90+4' (pen.)
Attendance: 14,376
Referee: Robert Madley
29 October 2013 Arsenal (1)0–2 Chelsea (1) Emirates Stadium, Holloway, London
19:45 GMT Report Azpilicueta Goal 26'
Mata Goal 66'
Attendance: 59,455
Referee: Phil Dowd
30 October 2013 Newcastle United (1)0–2 (a.e.t.) Manchester City (1) St. James' Park, Newcastle upon Tyne
19:45 GMT Report Negredo Goal 98'
Džeko Goal 105'
Attendance: 33,846
Referee: Neil Swarbrick
6 November 2013 Sunderland (1) 2–1Southampton (1)Stadium of Light, Sunderland
19:45 GMT Bardsley Goal 57'
Larsson Goal 85'
Report Yoshida Goal 87' Attendance: 15,966
Referee: Lee Mason

Fifth round[edit]

The draw for the fifth round took place on 30 October 2013.[10] All ties were played during the week commencing 16 December 2013.[8] Leicester City, who compete in the Championship, were the only team outside of the Premier League left in the competition.[11]

17 December 2013 Leicester City (2)1–3 Manchester City (1) King Power Stadium, Leicester
19:45 GMT Dyer Goal 77' Report Kolarov Goal 8'
Džeko Goal 41'53'
Attendance: 31,319
Referee: Roger East
17 December 2013 Sunderland (1) 2–1 (a.e.t.)Chelsea (1)Stadium of Light, Sunderland
19:45 GMT Borini Goal 88'
Ki Goal 119'
Report Lampard Goal 46' Attendance: 20,731
Referee: Anthony Taylor
18 December 2013 Stoke City (1)0–2 Manchester United (1) Britannia Stadium, Stoke-on-Trent
19:45 GMT Report Young Goal 62'
Evra Goal 78'
Attendance: 25,928
Referee: Mark Clattenburg
18 December 2013 Tottenham Hotspur (1)1–2 West Ham United (1) White Hart Lane, Tottenham, London
19:45 GMT Adebayor Goal 67' Report Jarvis Goal 80'
Maïga Goal 85'
Attendance: 34,080
Referee: Neil Swarbrick

Semi-finals[edit]

The draw for the semi-finals took place on 18 December 2013 after the televised game between Stoke City and Manchester United.

First leg[edit]

7 January 2014 Sunderland (1) 2–1 Manchester United (1) Stadium of Light, Sunderland
19:45 GMT Giggs Goal 45+2' (o.g.)
Borini Goal 65' (pen.)
Report Vidić Goal 52' Attendance: 31,547
Referee: Andre Marriner
8 January 2014 Manchester City (1) 6–0 West Ham United (1) Etihad Stadium, Manchester
19:45 GMT Negredo Goal 12'26'49'
Touré Goal 41'
Džeko Goal 61'89'
Report Attendance: 30,381
Referee: Jonathan Moss

Second leg[edit]

21 January 2014 West Ham United (1)0–3
(0–9 agg.)
Manchester City (1) Boleyn Ground, Upton Park, London
19:45 GMT Report Negredo Goal 3'59'
Agüero Goal 24'
Attendance: 14,390
Referee: Chris Foy
22 January 2014 Manchester United (1)2–1 (a.e.t.)
(3–3 agg.)
(1–2 p)
Sunderland (1) Old Trafford, Manchester
19:45 GMT Evans Goal 37'
Hernández Goal 120'
Report Bardsley Goal 119' Attendance: 71,019
Referee: Lee Mason
Penalties
Welbeck Penalty missed
D. Fletcher Penalty scored
Januzaj Penalty missed
Jones Penalty missed
Rafael Penalty missed
Penalty missed Gardner
Penalty missed S. Fletcher
Penalty scored Alonso
Penalty scored Ki
Penalty missed Johnson

Final[edit]

Team banners of the finalists shown before kick-off
Manchester City (1)3–1Sunderland (1)
Touré Goal 55'
Nasri Goal 56'
Navas Goal 90'
Report Borini Goal 10'
Attendance: 84,697

Top scorers[edit]

Edin Džeko (left) and Álvaro Negredo, both playing for Manchester City, were joint top goalscorers in the competition with six goals each.
Rank Player Club Goals[12]
1 Edin Džeko Manchester City 6
Álvaro Negredo Manchester City
3 Lee Tomlin Peterborough United 5
4 Saido Berahino West Bromwich Albion 4
Danny Ings Burnley
Kenwyne Jones Stoke City
Hugo Rodallega Fulham
Javier Hernández Manchester United
Chris Wood Leicester City
10 David Amoo Carlisle United 3
Fabio Borini Sunderland
Matt Derbyshire Nottingham Forest
Lloyd Dyer Leicester City
Chris Martin Derby County
Yaya Touré Manchester City

Broadcasting rights[edit]

The domestic broadcasting rights for the competition were held by the subscription channel Sky Sports, who have held rights to the competition since 1996–97. During this season Sky had exclusive live broadcasting rights.

These matches were broadcast live by Sky Sports on television:

Round Live TV games
First round Preston North End vs Blackpool, Morecambe vs Wolverhampton Wanderers
Second round Liverpool vs Notts County, Morecambe vs Newcastle United
Third round Swindon Town vs Chelsea, Manchester United vs Liverpool
Fourth round Arsenal vs Chelsea, Newcastle United vs Manchester City
Fifth Round Sunderland vs Chelsea, Stoke City vs Manchester United
Semi-finals (both legs) All Matches
Final Manchester City vs Sunderland

References[edit]

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