Carabao Cup – Round two RECAP: Everton new boys Beto and Arnaut Danjuma rescue them at League Two Doncaster… – Daily Mail

By Spencer Morgan For Mailonline


Follow Mail Sport’s live blog for updates from second round of the Carabao Cup with five Premier League teams in action with Nottingham Forest hosting Burnley and Chelsea taking on Wimbledon at Stamford Bridge.
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Thanks for joining us on an entertaining evening of Carabao Cup action.
Some really tasty games there but no doubt Newcastle vs Man City is the pick of the bunch.
Time for the draw.
Is that the winner for @Everton?!

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About 10 minutes until that takes place.
Harrogate Town 0-8 Blackburn Rovers
Nottingham Forest 0-1 Burnley
Sheffield United 0-0 Lincoln City (2-3 pens)
Chelsea 2-1 AFC Wimbledon
Doncaster 1-2 Everton
They got there in the end!
Another deeply concerning performance but Everton have got their first win of the season and they’re into the next round.
They’ve done it!
The new boys have come to the rescue.
Danjuma cuts in from the left, beating a couple of men before finding the bottom corner.
The League One side win the shootout 3-2 and the Premier League team are out!
Burnley are through after Amdouni’s ate winner.
An absolute thrashing.
The Blues get the job done.
Beto hits the post! What a difference he has made.
This one is going to penalties!
Amdouni at the death!
He controls a looping ball, brings it under his control and flicks high into the net.
Everton equalise!
The £25m man has looked sharp since coming on and he produces a fine finish to draw his side level.
Finally something for those fans to cheer about.
Just the one shot from Everton in this half. Not exactly banging on the door.
Gilsenan makes it eight with a lovely strike!
The first time Blackburn have scored this many in a game since 1963.
Chelsea lead!
The Wimbledon keeper tries to clear but kicks the ball straight at his own player. It falls to Enzo, who has the simple task of finishing into an empty net.
This is a slaughter.
Harrogate lose the ball in their own half and Thomas Bloxham goes on to finish past the keeper.
60 minutes played in this one and not a single shot on target…
Everton are looking better since the break. Beto especially is making an impact.
Another one!
This is getting out of hand.
Zak Gilsenan curls in a lovely free-kick from 20 yards.
The biggest win in this competition’s history is 10-0…
We’re back underway in Doncaster.
Everton currently about as close to rock bottom as it gets.
Dobbin, Chermiti and Patterson depart. On come Gueye, Young and the new boy Beto.
The Blues have picked up where they left off. You’d expect them to go on and win this surely…
Buckley converts from the spot to make it five.
We’re back underway in the other four matches.
The boos ring out from the away end.
Reminder: Doncaster are bottom of league Two
The goal the deserve!
A ball is clipped into the area and Ironside, somehow unmarked, nods it past Pickford.
A fitting end to a shambolic half from Everton.
Everton finally get a chance just before half-time and they should be 1-0 up. Danjuma and Doucoure play a one-two on the edge of the box and Danjuma snatches at a shot which goes wide of the far post.
Harrogate Town 0-4 Blackburn Rovers
Nottingham Forest 0-0 Burnley
Sheffield United 0-0 Lincoln City 
Chelsea 1-1 AFC Wimbledon
Markanday adds a fourth to complete an utterly miserable half for the hosts.
He makes no mistake and Chelsea are level just before the break!
A sigh of relief at Stamford Bridge.
Madueke gets past his man down the right before driving into the area and being brought down by Pearce.
A clear penalty and Madueke will step up to take it.
Chelsea have had 88 per cent of the ball and seven shots.
The visitors have had one shot and they lead 1-0.
What a sport.
Rowe almost gives Doncaster the lead as his fierce strike flashes over the bar.
The Toffees are still fast asleep.
20 minutes played. Everton are yet to have a shot.
Pochettino has sent out Gusto, Chilwell, Jackson and Enzo all to warm up…
Another for Rovers. Job done surely.
Moran rounds the keeper and cuts it back for Buckley to tap home.
It’s the home side on top. They are bottom of League Two.
Maatsen meets Cucurella’s cut back but his effort takes a deflection into the side netting.
The League Two side are ahead.
James Tilley goes down the middle and The Dons have a shock lead.
A free-kick is swung into the Sanchez comes out, completely misses the ball and catches Pell instead.
The referee points to the spot…
Doncaster and Everton are underway.
Harrogate could be in for a long night…
It’s another good finish as Sam Gallagher runs through and slots home.
The visitors have dominated from the start and they now have the lead through a tidy Jake Garrett finish.
Colwill almost plays Moreira in but a poor touch lets him down.
A good start from the home side, who have taken control of possession. 
Plenty of noise coming from the away end though.
Four of tonight’s matches are underway!
Doncaster and Everton kick off at 8pm.
We go straight to penalties if the scores are level after 90 minutes.
Speaking to Sky Sports, the Everton boss said: “We’ve played three games, created lots of chances and haven’t scored. The whole story changes with goals – we’ve got to put the ball in the net. We still believe in what we’re doing.”
The players are out for the warm-ups.
Pochettino, who did not win one with either Spurs or Southampton, said: ‘I want to win the Carabao Cup, I want to win the FA Cup, I want to win the Premier League, then we see what happens after,” Pochettino said.
‘In Tottenham I never said I prefer to win the Champions League. I always try to explain I never put out this view. I want to win tomorrow, I want to win the cup, I want to win the league. Even if after, in the next few years we are in the Champions League or a different competition, I think every single competition is going to be a challenge for us and opportunity to win.
‘I want to win every single competition because I become older. I want to win. I can not wait and think this season the only focus is this and then this season the focus is on that, no. [There is] no time to waste time, it is about wanting to win and that is the idea I want to get into the players and staff.’
It’s a lovely evening in Chelsea.
Starting XI: Turner, Montiel, Niakhate, Boly, Aurier, Yates, Kouyate, Williams, Santos, Elanga, Wood.
Starting XI: Muric, O’Shea, Ekdal, Taylor, Vitinho, Brownhill, Ramsey, Redmond, Gudmundsson, Larsen, Rodriguez.
Starting XI: Pickford (C), Mykolenko, Keane, Godfrey, Patterson, Garner, Onana, Doucouré, Dobbin, Danjuma, Chermiti
Substitutes: Virginia, Lonergan, Branthwaite, Tarkowski, Young, Onyango, Gana, Maupay, Beto.
Chelsea make seven changes to the side that eased past Luton at Stamford Bridge on Friday night. Ian Maatsen, Lesley Ugochukwu and Mason Burstow make their first starts for the Blues while Diego Moreira makes his debut.
Conor Gallagher is the captain tonight..
Starting XI: Sanchez, Disasi, Humphreys, Colwill, Moreira, Ugochukwu, Gallagher, Cucurella, Madueke, Maatsen, Burstow.
Substitutes: Petrovic, Bergstrom, Samuels-Smith, Thiago Silva, Chilwell, Gusto, Enzo, Caicedo, Jackson
A reminder that the draw for the third round takes place straight after tonight’s matches.
🏆🔢 The numbers for tonight's Round Three draw have been confirmed.#EFL | #CarabaoCup
Harrogate Town vs Blackburn Rovers
Nottingham Forest vs Burnley
Sheffield United vs Lincoln City
Doncaster Rover vs Everton 
Chelsea vs AFC Wimbledon
And welcome to Sportsmail’s live coverage of the second round of the Carabao Cup.
Our focus will be on Chelsea vs AFC Wimbledon but we’ll be keeping you updated on the night’s other four matches.
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