Sports highlights – September 21 2017

Sports highlights – September 21 2017

Carabao Cup fourth-round draw sees Tottenham face West Ham on Saturday

Tottenham will face London rivals West Ham at Wembley after the draw was made for the fourth round of the Carabao Cup. The sides face each other at the London Stadium in the Premier League on Saturday.

Chelsea crushes Nottingham 5 goals to one

Chelsea steamrolled Nottingham Forest 5-1 in the third round of the Carabao Cup as Eden Hazard shone on his first start of the season. Hazard had previously made only substitute appearances this season after breaking his ankle over the summer but looked in rude health on Wednesday night as goals from Kenedy, Charly Musonda and a hat-trick from Michy Batshuayi sent Chelsea through at Stamford Bridge.

Arsenal beat Doncaster as Theo Walcott’s single goal books place in Carabao Cup fourth round

Striker Theo Walcott scored the only goal of the game as Arsenal edged past Doncaster to reach the fourth round of the Carabao Cup on Wednesday. Arsenal dominated the opening 45 minutes and took a deserved lead into the break following Walcott’s 25th-minute strike.

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