West Ham United have dumped Liverpool out of the FA Cup in an extra-time thriller at Upton Park.
After a drab goalless draw at Anfield a week and a half ago, both teams produced a more entertaining match.
Michail Antonio had given West Ham the lead on the stroke of half-time before Philippe Coutinho’s free-kick levelled it up just after the break.
The second half saw both teams miss a lot of chances with Christian Benteke guilty of a notable miss in the 56th minute.
West Ham also seemed to have had a valid penalty denied when Tiago Ilori pulled down Valencia in the box.
Daniel Sturridge’s well taken shot also missed the goal by inches in the 108th as the match seemed to be heading for penalties.
Liverpool, however, were left to rue their wasted chances as Angelo Ogbonna headed home Dimitri Payet’s free-kick in the 121st minute.
Klopp made 10 changes from the side that threw away a two-goal lead to draw with Sunderland on Saturday. Only goalkeeper Simon Mignolet kept his place.
Five members of their starting line-up had never previously started a Premier League game.
Jose Mourinho and Nemanja Matic were both sent off as Chelsea’s troubles deepened courtesy of a 2-1 loss at West Ham.
Argentine striker, Mauro Zarate, gave West Ham the lead in the 17th minute at Upton Park. The ball broke to the edge of the box following a corner, and Zarate drove into the corner past Asmir Begovic.
Kurt Zouma’s header appeared to have crossed the line for an equalizer in the 35th minute but goal-line technology showed that part of the ball was still on the line.
Things got worse for Chelsea in the 44th minute as Nemanja Matic was sent off for a second bookable offence.
Chelsea coach Louro reacted angrily to Matic’s sending off and was subsequently sent to the stands as well.
Words later filtered to match commentators after Mourinho failed to retake his position at the pitch side that the Portuguese had been sent off too.
Nonetheless, 10-man Chelsea showed character to get a deserved equalizer in the 56th minute after Zouma and Cahill challenged for Willian’s corner, the ball falling kindly for Cahill to send home.
However, Andy Carroll emerged from the bench to powerfully head in Aaron Cresswell’s cross with 10 minutes left to inflict another damaging defeat on Mourinho and the Blues.
The defeat becomes Chelsea’s fifth of the Premier League season as pressure continues to mount on Jose Mourinho.