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Wednesday, 26 September 2018

Frank Lampard Dumps His Former Manager Jose Mourinho Out Of The Carabao Cup As United Crisis Deepens - Manchester United 2-2 Derby (7-8 on pens)

Manchester United 2-2 Derby (7-8 on pens): Harry Wilson inspires shock with stunning
MANCHESTER UNITED 2-2 DERBY COUNTY (7-8 on pens) - CHRIS WHEELER AT OLD TRAFFORD: Frank Lampard has enjoyed some famous victories alongside Jose Mourinho over the years, but few can have tasted as sweet as this on a night of drama at Old Trafford. As goalkeeper Scott Carson lunged to his left to smother Phil Jones’s weak penalty, Lampard pumped his arms in jubilation on the touchline. 

Derby County players celebrate after sealing a penalty shootout win over Manchester United at Old Trafford on Tuesday
This was the finest moment of his fledgeling managerial career and a well-deserved one at that. Yards away, Mourinho hung his head and contemplated the latest setback of an increasingly dismal season. Eight points adrift in the Premier League, Manchester United are now out of the Carabao Cup at the first hurdle as well. Up in the stands, Paul Pogba tried to hide under a white hoodie as the drama unfolded.
Lampard salutes the Derby fans as they continue to sing following their shock win over Manchester United at Old Trafford
Eight points adrift in the Premier League, Manchester United are now out of the Carabao Cup at the first hurdle as well.

Up in the stands, Paul Pogba tried to hide under a white hoodie as the drama unfolded. Rested for the night amid renewed uncertainty over his future at United, would Pogba have made a difference?

Possibly but Mourinho had enough big guns on the pitch to get the job done against Championship opposition, and once again they came up short.
Manchester United's players look dejected after seeing Jones miss the penalty kick that dumps them out of the Carabao Cup

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