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Guardiola understands Manchester City fans' regard for Joe Hart

Manchester City's Joe Hart spoke on the situation between him and manager Pep Guardiola after their match against Steaua Bucuresi.
Manchester City will enjoy Champions League football in Pep Guardiola's first season as manager.

MANCHESTER, England -- Pep Guardiola says he can understand why Joe Hart got a rousing reception from Manchester City fans on what could be his last game for the club.

The keeper made his first start of the season in the 1-0 Champions League victory over Steaua Bucharest after being dropped for City's opening three matches of the season with backup Willy Caballero preferred.

City are close to sealing a £17 million deal for Barcelona keeper Claudio Bravo, casting doubts over Hart's future at...

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Accrington shock Burnley with Matty Pearson extra-time winner

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Matty Pearson's winner in the final minute of extra time ensured Accrington pulled off an EFL Cup shock in their meeting with Premier League neighbours Burnley.

The Clarets fell at the first hurdle for the third successive season as a club stationed nine miles away from them in East Lancashire recorded a 1-0 victory in the first competitive meeting between the two since Accrington were reformed in 1968.

There was little incident in a dull contest that was finally livened in the 120th minute when...

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Fulham beat Middlesbrough with late Christensen winner

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Lasse Vigen Christensen's extra-time goal gave Championship side Fulham a deserved 2-1 victory over Premier League Middlesbrough to reach the third round of the EFL Cup.

Fulham, who made 10 changes for the tie at Craven Cottage, had to recover from conceding a goal after only eight minutes to David Nugent.

But they fought back superbly after the break as Julien De Sart's 54th-minute own goal and Christensen's dramatic 113th-minute strike sent Slavisa Jokanovic's men through to the delight of the...

Chelsea take on Leicester in EFL Cup, Manchester City face Swansea

Antonio Conte praises Chelsea for their continued commitment from all members of his squad.
Manchester City won the competition last season when it was known as the Capital One Cup.

Champions Leicester City will play five-time winners Chelsea in the third-round of the EFL Cup in one of four all-Premier League ties.

Holders Manchester City start their defence against Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium, while Stoke City host Hull and Southampton face Crystal Palace at St. Mary's.

Jose Mourinho's Manchester United, who have not won the League Cup since 2010, travel to League One Northampton Town, and giant-killers Gillingham, who beat Watford at Vicarage Road in the second round,...

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Sunderland beat Shrewsbury Town with Adnan Januzaj strike

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Adnan Januzaj's first goal for Sunderland handed David Moyes his maiden competitive victory as the Black Cats beat League One Shrewsbury 1-0 and moved on to the EFL Cup third round.

The 21-year-old needed 83 minutes of a largely turgid cup-tie to find his range, blasting a right-footed shot past keeper Jayson Leutwiler to spare a crowd of just 13,979 at the Stadium of Light further punishment on a night when victory was the only option.

Having admitted his side is likely to be involved in another...