Fulham out of Carabao Cup after painful defeat to League Two club

Fulham is out of the Carabao Cup very quickly in the season. The London club lost 2-0 to Crawley Town, a club that plays at the fourth level in England. Leicester City also had a very difficult time, but The Foxes managed to avoid a blamage in the end.
The current Premier League number seven held the majority of possession during the game Tuesday night, but they were given few chances. Crawley Town managed to take advantage of the odds and scored in the sixteenth minute through attack leader Tom Nichols. After the break, it was eighteen-year-old James Balagizi who made the 2-0 for Crawley Town in the 49th minute. With this victory, the West Sussex club, Fulham, is already knocking out of the Carabao Cup in the second round.
Leicester City also had a very difficult time in the second round of the cup tournament. The team of coach Brendan Rodgers stuck on a 0-0 draw against Stockport County after ninety minutes, also coming to the fourth level. After penalties, Leicester was released with the fright and they were still allowed to advance to the third round of the tournament. Debutant Daniel Iversen was the hero. He stopped three of the five penalties for Leicester City.

ANOTHER MASSIVE NIGHT IN CRAWLEY TOWN HISTORY! #TownTeamTogether 🔴 pic.twitter.com/W2xTakDL6i
— Crawley Town FC (@crawleytown) August 23, 2022