Arsenal beat Liverpool on penalties to progress to the quarterfinals of the English League Cup on Thursday.
Gunners’ goalkeeper Bernd Leno saved from Divock Origi and Harry Wilson in the shootout with Joe Willock scoring the winning spot kick to send Arsenal to the last eight of the tournament.
Liverpool had numerous chances to win in regular time but found Leno impregnable with the German pulling off a number of outstanding saves most notably from Diogo Jota and Virgil van Dyke to keep the impressive Reds at bay.
The thrilling encounter at Anfield ended goalless at full time, with penalties following immediately.
Both sides scored their first two spot kicks but Arsenal’s third by Mohamed Elneny was saved by Adrian after Takumi Minamino put Liverpool 3-2 up.
The Reds’ advantage was erased immediately after as Divock Origi’s effort was saved by Leno while Ainsley Maitland-Niles scored to make it 3-3.
Curtis Jones and Nicolas Pepe both scored to make the score 4-4 but Wilson saw his effort saved by Leno leaving Willock with the task of winning the game for the Gunners.
And the youngster did with a bit of good fortune with Adrian making contact with the ball but not enough to stop it from rolling in and sending the Gunners through.