Sep 17, 2020
Carabao Cup round-up: Robson-Kanu scores screamer, Bees sting Saints and Fulham edge through
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SLAVEN BILIC saw West Brom sink League Two newcomers Harrogate - but reckoned his side should have produced even more after their 3-0 win.
Sub Callum Robinson wrapped up the tie when he converted Kyle Edwards’ cross from close range with 13 minutes left.
But boss Bilic felt the margin of victory should have been bigger, as he said: “We scored wonderful goals, but the only negative was that we should’ve scored more.
"We played with confidence and dominance.”
Rakeem Harper collected a half clearance and spun past Josh Falkingham and George Thomson before powering in a spectacular drive from 30 yards for only his second Albion goal.
Robson-Kanu extended Baggies’s lead with another excellent finish - he collected the ball 25 yards from goal and curled home a superb left-footed shot.
Charlie Austin had a shot cleared off the line by Town’s Warren Burrell before Robinson added a third after being on the field for only four minutes.
Meanwhile Aleksandar Mitrovic made a happy return to Fulham’s starting line-up on his 26th birthday to head Scott Parker’s men into the third round.
The beefy Serbian striker, last season’s Championship golden boot winner, had not started for his club since before their successful play-off campaign.4Fulham striker Aleksandar Mitrovic scored the only goal of the game in the win over FulhamCredit: PA:Press Association
But Mitrovic nodded his 50th goal in his 101st Fulham appearance to see off Paul Lambert’s League One side and book a third-round home tie against Sheffield Wednesday next week.
Parker gave debuts to four summer signings, who had all missed out on Saturday’s opening-day drubbing by Arsenal.
His selected a strong, experienced team who controlled the game but were unable to put Ipswich convincingly to the sword.
But the Fulham boss saw one of his new recruits, former Lyon right-back Kenny Tete, supply the deep cross for Mitrovic to score with a firm downward header seven minutes before half-time.
Ipswich’s Emyr Huws shot wildly wide when well placed in first-half injury-time but Mitrovic almost headed a second from another Tete centre only to be denied by a smart double-save from David Cornell who also kept out Bobby Reid’s follow-up effort.
Anthony Knockaert, Neeskens Kebano and Tom Cairney all went close for the Premier League newcomers as they strove for a second goal.4Brentford advanced through to the third round after beating Southampton 2-0Credit: Rex Features
Elsewhere Southampton crashed out at home against Brentford as they lost 2-0 against the Championship side.
First half goals from Christian Norgaard and Josh Dasilva proved to be the difference.
In another shock, Hull knocked out Leeds at Elland Road on penalties in a dramatic shootout.
The Tigers won 9-8 on spot-kicks after the two teams couldn't be separated after 90 minutes.
Hull thought they had initially done enough to win the game through Mallik Wilks' early goal, only for Ezgjan Alioski to equalise in the 93rd minute.
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Defender Michael Keane put the Toffees ahead, with Gylfi Sigurdsson and Moise Keane getting on the score sheet in the second half.
And finally Bristol City cruised into the next round of the cup after they smashed Northampton 4-0 at Ashton Gate.
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US Open leaderboard 2020: Live golf scores, results from Sundays Round 4
And then there were two.
The U.S. Open, golf’s penultimate major on the reshuffled PGA Tour schedule, is under way in September and without fans, two traits that will make for a surreal weekend sandwiched between the Tour Championship, which dubbed Dustin Johnson the FedEx Cup champion, and the Masters, the crown jewel of all majors scheduled for November.
Johnson, who won the U.S. Open in 2016, is the clear favorite to win at the famed Winged Foot Golf Club. The world’s No. 1-ranked golfer finished the season on a tear, winning two of the three FedEx Cup playoff tournaments and tying for second at the PGA Championship in August.
MORE: Watch the U.S. Open live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)
Also in the field are Jon Rahm and Justin Thomas, considered the two biggest threats to cool off Johnson, as well as Gary Woodland, the 2019 champion, and Tiger Woods, who enters the weekend as a longshot. One notable absence is Brooks Koepka. The two-time champion withdrew from the tournament due to coronavirus concerns.
The U.S. Open, originally scheduled for June 18-21, was one of more than a dozen PGA tournaments postponed from the spring and summer because of the COVID-19 outbreak, a list that also includes the PGA Championship and the Masters. Golf’s fourth major, the British Open, was canceled entirely.
Follow live scores from each round of the 2020 U.S. Open with our leaderboard, along with updated tee times and TV coverage.U.S. Open leaderboard 2020
Click here or refresh the page if you don’t see scores and results above.How to watch the U.S. Open
- Dates: Sept. 17-20
- TV channels: NBC, Golf Channel
- Live stream: GolfChannel.com, NBCSports.com, USOpen.com, Peacock, fuboTV (7-day free trial)
NBC and Golf Channel have live coverage of the U.S. Open in 2020. The tournament starts on Golf Channel each morning before shifting to NBC for afternoon and evening coverage. You can stream the U.S. Open on both networks’ subscription services, on PGA Tour Live or via fuboTV, which offers a free seven-day trial.
Here is the full breakdown for the U.S. Open TV schedule (all times Eastern):
|Date||Time (ET)||TV channel|
|Thursday, Sept. 17||7:30 a.m.-2 p.m.||Golf Channel, fuboTV|
|2 p.m.-5 p.m.||NBC, fuboTV|
|Friday, Sept. 18||7:30 a.m-4 p.m.||Golf Channel, fuboTV|
|4 p.m.-7 p.m.||NBC, fuboTV|
|Saturday, Sept. 19||9 a.m.-11 a.m.||Golf Channel, fuboTV|
|11 a.m.-7:30 p.m.||NBC, fuboTV|
|Sunday, Sept. 20||10 a.m.-noon||Golf Channel, fuboTV|
|Noon-6 p.m.||NBC, fuboTV|
Here are the complete U.S. Open tee times for Sunday’s Round 4:Round 4: Sunday, Sept. 20
Hole No. 1
|Tee time (ET)||Pairing|
|8 a.m.||Abraham Ancer|
|8:11 a.m.||John Pak, Troy Merritt|
|8:22 a.m.||Rory Sabbatini, Shugo Imahira|
|8:33 a.m.||Chesson Hadley, Shane Lowry|
|8:44 a.m.||Cameron Smith, Sebastián Muñoz|
|8:55 a.m.||Jason Day, Patrick Cantlay|
|9:06 a.m.||Robert MacIntyre, Tyler Duncan|
|9:17 a.m.||Bernd Wiesberger, Brian Harman|
|9:28 a.m.||Stephan Jaeger, Erik van Rooyen|
|9:39 a.m.||Taylor Pendrith, Michael Thompson|
|9:50 a.m.||Romain Langasque, Lucas Herbert|
|10:01 a.m.||Adam Scott, Ryo Ishikawa|
|10:12 a.m.||Adam Hadwin, Sungjae Im|
|10:23 a.m.||Matt Wallace, Rickie Fowler|
|10:34 a.m.||Christiaan Bezuidenhout, Jon Rahm|
|10:45 a.m.||Daniel Berger, Charles Howell III|
|10:56 a.m.||Jason Kokrak, Renato Paratore|
|11:07 a.m.||Thomas Detry, Lanto Griffin|
|11:18 a.m.||Brendon Todd, Bubba Watson|
|11:29 a.m.||Tony Finau, Lee Westwood|
|11:40 a.m.||Dustin Johnson, Paul Casey|
|11:51 a.m.||Justin Thomas, Billy Horschel|
|12:02 p.m.||Will Zalatoris, Adam Long|
|12:13 p.m.||Patrick Reed, Thomas Pieters|
|12:24 p.m.||Joaquin Niemann, Webb Simpson|
|12:35 p.m.||Lucas Glover, Alex Noren|
|12:46 p.m.||Rafa Cabrera Bello, Viktor Holland|
|12:57 p.m.||Zach Johnson, Rory McIlroy|
|1:08 p.m.||Harris English, Xander Schauffele|
|1:19 p.m.||Hideki Matsuyama, Louis Oosthuizen|
|1:30 p.m.||Bryson DeChambeau, Matthew Wolff|