Chelsea vs Derby County: Livescore from Carabao Cup 4th round fixture

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Pulis managed Palace for eight months in the 2013-14 season, helping keep the team in the Premier League.

This fourth-round clash provided an opportunity to do so and Lampard was serenaded throughout by Chelsea supporters, and he responded by acknowledging them and the Derby fans at the end.

Derby manager Lampard, who enjoyed 13 hugely successful years as a Chelsea player, watched his side put up a fearless fight against their Premier League opponents, twice levelling the match after calamitous own goals.

Impressive in beating Manchester United in the third round, Lampard's young side were the architects of their own downfall in London as Chelsea loanee Fikayo Tomori and Richard Keogh both put through their own net inside 21 minutes.

"I'm disappointed. I think we deserved a draw on chances created".

Chelsea benefited from two Rams own goals, only for the Championship visitors to equalise on each occasion before Cesc Fabregas' 41st-minute strike proved decisive. "I'm a lucky man to have a night like that and I feel it". "I joke because I'm proud", Lampard told Sky Sports.

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Spurs, who were playing just 48 hours after a loss to Manchester City in the Premier League, are looking to claim a first piece of silverware under Mauricio Pochettino and end what will be an 11-year wait for a trophy.

"I'm so thankful to the Chelsea fans".

The former England midfielder is Chelsea's record goalscorer with 211 goals in all competitions.

West Ham pulled a goal back with a header from substitute Perez but Tottenham's Spanish striker Llorente ended the contest with a fine close-range volley from a corner 15 minutes from time.

Paudie O'Connor headed in from a corner on 64 minutes to give Blackpool hope of a dramatic comeback, but the defender went from hero to villain ten minutes from time when he was shown a red for hacking down Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.