READING 0-2 WATFORD
WATCH: MANIC MINUTE AT CITY GROUND
WATCH: QUINA'S STUNNING STRIKE
WHAT a strike on debut for 18-year-old Domingos Quina for Watford...
NOTTINGHAM FOREST 3-1 NEWCASTLE
EVERTON 3-1 ROTHERHAM
MILLWALL 3-2 PLYMOUTH
CASH'S LATE SHOWS
FT: That's that at the Madejski. Watford safely through to the third round of the Carabao Cup with a dominant performance.
WATCH: CASH MAKES IT 2-1
And then came this...
N FOREST 3-1 NEWCASTLE
Full-time. Forest advance after a dramatic finish, and Perez is absolutely furious.
WATCH: RONDON LEVELS
This feels like a while ago now!
FT: The referee blows his whistle to end this clash and Millwall have emerged victors after a five-goal thriller at the New Den.
The visitors led at the break thanks to Ness's looping header, only for Williams's penalty to bring Millwall level.
However, after Ladapo had put Plymouth back in front, the hosts won the tie after late goals from Gregory and O'Brien.
GOAL! N FOREST 3-1 NEWCASTLE (Dias 90+7)
Moments after Newcastle are denied a penalty, Forest break and Dias produces a brilliant chipped finish over Darlow to seal victory for Forest.
N FOREST 2-1 NEWCASTLE
90+6: Is there going to be another chance?
Huge appeals for a Newcastle penalty as Steele looks as though he brings down Perez from behind, but the referee says no.
And straight from that...
GOAL! MILLWALL 3-2 PLYMOUTH (O'Brien, 89)
Surely that is the winner as O'Brien ghosts unmarked into the six-yard box to make contact with a ball in from the left wing and his shot dribbles into the bottom left-hand corner of the goal. What a game...
FT: It is all over at Goodison Park and Everton are through to the third round after a 3-1 win. The Premier League side lead at the break thanks to Sigurdsson's 28th-minute effort, before a Calvert-Lewin brace after the break confirmed the win, with Vaulks replying for the visitors.
GOAL! N FOREST 2-1 NEWCASTLE (Cash 90+4)
Wow. What a finish to the game.
Now it's a Forest substitute who strikes, and will this be the winner?
Forest break down the left side and Dias puts in a cross which Darlow can only palm out into the middle of the box. Cash comes running in and drills a first-time shot into the back of the net.
GOAL! N FOREST 1-1 NEWCASTLE (Rondon 90+2)
Newcastle's substitute with a clinical finish to level the match.
It's excellent all-round play from Rondon as he holds the ball up and then plays across the pitch for Murphy. The ball is then worked back into the box for Rondon - who is just onside - and he drills a shot across goal and into the bottom corner.
N FOREST 1-0 NEWCASTLE
90: SIX minutes to be added on. No idea where all that has come from.
88: Murphy goes outside Darikwa and puts in a low cross, which deflects up for Steele to catch.
Time running out for Newcastle!
GOAL! EVERTON 3-1 ROTHERHAM (Calvert-Lewin 87)
Wow, it is raining goals at Goodison Park with Everton having now restored their two-goal advantage after a brilliant strike by Calvert-Lewin. Captain Davies went on a storming run up to the left edge of the area, before laying the ball off for Calvert-Lewin. And the young striker then cuts inside, before curling an unstoppable effort into the top right-hand corner of the goal.
GOAL! EVERTON 2-1 ROTHERHAM (Vaulks, 86)
Hope for the visitors as from Forde's left-wing corner, Vaulks rises highest to power a near-post header home. Game on folks...
GOAL! MILLWALL 2-2 PLYMOUTH (Gregory, 83)
The home side are on level terms after Skalak gets free down the right side of the box and from his driven cross, Gregory heads into the back of the net from six yards out.
82: Both sides make a change.
Rondon comes on for Newcastle in place of Joselu and Carvalho makes way for Cash for Forest.
EVERTON 2-0 ROTHERHAM
79: CHANCE! A half opening for the visitors, but having been slipped through down the right side of the box, Vassell cannot keep his shot down from an acute angle.
78: CHANCE! Forest might kick themselves if they don't win this game.
They have had a few decent openings, and this is another one. Murphy plays across the box for Dias, who cuts inside and then fires just wide of the far post.
GOAL! READING 0-2 WATFORD (Quina, 62)
Oh my. What a goal. Quina, on his debut for Watford at just 18, has scored an unbelievable goal.
He picks the ball up, 40 yards out, takes a couple touches and hits one top right corner from 25 yards. Think Matic for Chelsea v Tottenham in the FA Cup semi-final, 2017.
You can see why Barcelona were linked with the youngster!
69: Newcastle make an attacking switch as Perez comes on for Fernandez.
Kenedy move so left-back as Clark goes into the middle with Schar.
GOAL! MILLWALL 1-2 PLYMOUTH (Ladapo, 67)
WHAT A GOAL! Incredible, minutes after Millwall drew level in this clash and Plymouth have re-taken the lead again after a brilliant solo run by Ladapo. The Plymouth forward took advantage of a fortunate deflection, before beating two Millwall defender and drilling a low shot past a helpless Amos.
READING 0-1 WATFORD
51: Watford pushing for a second after the break. First, Success heads Navarro's cross just over Walker's bar, before Success again nods wide from Masina's cross. Success causing all sorts of issues.
GOAL! MILLWALL 1-1 PLYMOUTH (Williams pen, 64)
And Williams keeps his cool from the spot to beat Macey with a well-struck penalty into the bottom left-hand corner of the net, despite the Plymouth 'keeper diving the correct way.
MILLWALL 0-1 PLYMOUTH
63: PENALTY TO MILLWALL! Elliottt has his shirt tugged by Edwards in the box and referee England immediately points to to the spot...
61: SAVE! Darlow denies Carvalho with a superb fingertip save. It's a well-worked move from Forest as Murphy switches it out to the left, where Carvalho tries to chip it over the goalkeeper and it takes a brilliant save to tip it onto the bar and away.
WATCH: MURPHY DENIED
Here's a look at the excellent opportunity for Murphy a few minutes ago...
GOAL! EVERTON 2-0 ROTHERHAM (Calvert-Lewin, 61)
The hosts double their lead after Sigurdsson's free kick from the right edge of the area strikes the wall. However, new left-back Digne is alert enough to collect the rebound, before dinking a gorgeous ball to the far post where Calvert-Lewin cannot miss with a close-range header.
EVERTON 1-0 ROTHERHAM
Zouma has impressed at the back on his first start of the season for Everton so far tonight...
53: CLOSE! Ferguson's corner produces a mad scramble, with Wallace then seeing his close-range shot blocked by a posse of Plymouth players in the area.
Better this though from the home side...
50: CHANCE! Great opening for the hosts at the start of the second half, but Wallace heads Ferguson's inviting ball in from the left over the bar.
51: CLOSE! What a block from Fernandez to prevent a second Forest goal.
It's poor from Darlow as he spills a shot out into the box for Murphy. The striker manages to take it around the goalkeeper but then sees his shot blocked on the line by Fernandez.
46: The second half has just begun at the New Den with the home side looking to get back into this cup tie...
46: OK, we are back underway again at Goodison Park as Everton look to build on their 1-0 lead in the second period...
46: No changes at the break and Forest get the game restarted...
HT: That's the half at the Madejski, with Premier League Watford 1-0 up thanks to Success' goal. They're looking good for a spot in the third round.
Stuart Pearce worked with Sam Byram last season at West Ham and he fears he could be set for another spell on the sidelines after going off injured in the first half.
"He showed some really good elements of his game but he has been dogged by injury and that looks a bad one again."
Stuart Pearce on Sky Sports: "Newcastle haven’t really got into it and the two players we looked at from the start haven’t really set the game alight – Kenedy has been quite poor and Carvalho hasn’t got into the game."
GOAL! READING 0-1 WATFORD (Success, 36)
The Premier League side are ahead, and deservedly!
It's a quick break from the visitors, and Masina's ball across the face of goal lands at Success, who takes on the goalkeeper and slots home at the post. Fine goal.
HT: The referee blows his whistle to bring an end to the first half and a shock is on the cards at the New Den. The visitors lead via Ness's 41st-minute looping header and despite all Millwall's possession, they have failed to really trouble Macey in the Plymouth goal.
HT: And that is half-time. Murphy's early goal the difference in an even contest.
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