ARSENAL will take on Manchester City in the Carabao Cup quarter-finals after edging past Liverpool on penalties.

Moments after Bernd Leno's heroics at Anfield, Gunners boss Mikel Arteta found out he would take on his former mentor, Pep Guardiola.

Arteta helped Man City win the Carabao Cup TWICE while Guardiola's assistant, in 2017-18 and 2018-19.

But now he will lead his new side, Arsenal, against his former team in a bid to add to his silverware haul.

Arteta has already won the FA Cup and Community Shield since taking over from Unai Emery at the Emirates a year ago.

Elsewhere, red-hot Everton host Manchester United – who had earlier been drawn into the Champions League Group of Death.

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Man Utd battered Brighton 3-0 to book their place in the last-eight, while the Toffees annihilated West Ham to keep up their scintillating form.

Tottenham will take a trip to Stoke – who beat Aston Villa away from home earlier on Thursday.

Spurs themselves edged past Chelsea on penalties in an exciting game – which included a row between Jose Mourinho and Frank Lampard, as well as Eric Dier darting off the pitch mid-game to use the toilet.

And Brentford – who battered Fulham 3-0 in a repeat of the 2020 Championship play-off final – host Newcastle.

Steve Bruce's side had earlier snuck past League Two side Newport on penalties following a last-gasp leveller from Jonjo Shelvey.


Stoke vs Tottenham

Brentford vs Newcastle

Arsenal vs Man City

Everton vs Man Utd

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