Carling Cup round-up L-S
By Mark Buckingham
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Darlington dumped Stoke out of the Carling Cup, while Walsall knocked out Plymouth.
Darlington produced an heroic effort to dump Stoke City out of the Carling Cup, while Walsall knocked out Plymouth Argyle.
Ipswich Town were also the victims of a shock after losing on penalties to League Two side Peterborough United, as were Colchester United, who were beaten by Milton Keynes Dons.
David Hodgson's Quakers appeared to give themselves a mountain to climb at The Britannia Stadium when Craig James was sent off after just 12 minutes.
Things took a further turn for the worse when Vincent Pericard put Stoke ahead after 29 minutes.
But Carlos Logan levelled right on half time and new signing Julian Joachim scored a surprise winner for the League Two side on 54 minutes.
Walsall were another League Two club to account for Championship opposition on their travels as Scott Dann's 85th minute goal sunk Plymouth at Home Park.
Peterborough took the lead against Ipswich on 45 minutes through Trevor Benjamin's spot kick, but Jason de Vos levelled in injury time.
Guy Branston had The Posh back in front, only for Billy Clarke to equalise prior to Peterborough holding their nerve in the shoot-out.
Izale McLeod's goal four minutes into extra time helped MK Dons knock out struggling Championship side Colchester.
Leeds United avoided an upset at Elland Road as Eirik Bakke's 57th minute goal was enough to see off a spirited Chester City side.
Derby County also faced League Two opponents in Stockport County, with Michael Johnson's 44th minute goal earning The Rams a win at Edgeley Park.
Leicester City are trying to find their feet this season and recorded a 2-0 success at home to Macclesfield Town.
Chris O'Grady broke the deadlock on 24 minutes and Patrick McCarthy's 89th minute goal ensured The Foxes moved into the second round.
An 87th minute winner from Ray Jones helped Queens Park Rangers claim a thrilling 3-2 triumph at home to Northampton Town.
Lee Cook put The R's ahead on 18 minutes and Kevin Gallen's 50th minute goal had the hosts cruising towards the next round.
Jerome Watt quickly brought Northampton back into the game, and Andy Kirk levelled on 78 minutes, before Jones popped up for the decisive goal.
Mike Williamson went from villain to hero in helping Wycombe Wanderers beat Swansea City 3-2 after extra time.
Jermaine Easter and Stefan Oakes initially had Wycombe on course for the second round before Williamson's own goal handed Swansea a lifeline.
Darren Pratley equalised to set up extra time, but Williamson scored the winner on 113 minutes.
Brentford beat Swindon Town 4-3 on penalties after blowing a two-goal lead in normal time.
Kevin O'Connor and Jo Kuffour had The Bees two-up after 25 minutes, but Swindon hit back through Andrew Nicholas and Paul Evans, while they also had Royce Brownlie sent off deep into extra time.
Poul Hubertz's 85th minute goal settled a meeting between two League One sides as Millwall overcame Gillingham at The Den.
Kevin Braniff had nudged the hosts ahead on 39 minutes before The Gills equalised through Andrew Crofts four minutes before Hubertz's winner.
Rotherham United turned around a half-time deficit to secure a 3-1 win at home to Oldham Athletic, who had taken the lead through Craig Rocastle.
Ian Sharps levelled on 48 minutes, Will Hoskins put The Millers ahead on 54 and Richie Partridge capped the win on 88 minutes.
Scunthorpe United overcame Lincoln City 4-3 in a topsy-turvy game at Glanford Park, which was settled by Ian Baraclough in extra time.
Steve Torpey and Dave Mulligan had The Iron in command before goals from Mark Stallard and Lee Frecklington required the need for extra time.
Lee Beevers soon put Lincoln in front before Shane Paul equalised and Baraclough pounced for the winner.
Click below for an individual match summary:
Leeds United 1-0 Chester City
Leicester City 2-0 Macclesfield Town
Millwall 2-1 Gillingham
Milton Keynes Dons 1-0 (AET) Colchester United
Peterborough United 2-2 (4-2 on pens) Ipswich Town
Plymouth Argyle 0-1 Walsall
Queens Park Rangers 3-2 Northampton Town
Rotherham United 3-1 Oldham Athletic
Scunthorpe United 4-3 (AET) Lincoln City
Stockport County 0-1 Derby County
Stoke City 1-2 Darlington
Swansea City 2-3 (AET) Wycombe Wanderers
Swindon Town 2-2 (3-4 on pens) Brentford