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Barnsley: Fans express shock and anger after Carabao Cup exit

Barnsley: Fans express shock and anger after Carabao Cup exit - Barnsley

Barnsley were among the Championship clubs knocked out of the Carabao Cup in the first round last night, with the Reds subjected to a humbling 0-3 home defeat by League Two opponents Carlisle at Oakwell.

The Reds gifted Carlisle their first goal with a sloppy backpass that gave Harry McKirdy the chance to slip the ball beyond Brad Collins and break the deadlock. [via BarnsleyFC.co.uk]

Two goals in five second half minutes then sealed victory for the Cumbrian visitors, with Jack Bridge’s penalty and a Nathan Thomas strike inflicting further damage on Barnsley. [via BarnsleyFC.co.uk]

It could have been a different story had Cauley Woodrow’s header at 0-2 found the net rather than the upright, although Carlisle had a couple of chances late on to further extend their lead. [via BarnsleyFC.co.uk]

The Reds had not lost at home in Daniel Stendel’s 14 months in charge at Oakwell until last night, when the League Two side ended a winless away record that stretched back to January. [via BBC]

These Barnsley fans took to Twitter to vent their disappointment at exiting the Carabao Cup at the first hurdle:


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