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Leicester beat Wolves 3-1 on penalties to reach Round Four of the Carabao Cup after the game finished goalless after 90 minutes.

Despite making a number of changes both sides contributed to an entertaining game at Molineux. But with neither side able to break the deadlock Kelechi Iheanacho’s effort saw the Foxes through following a chaotic shootout that saw five out of the nine spot-kicks missed.

Leicester defender Christian Fuchs had the first effort of the game but his 25-yard shot went wide of the target. Foxes ‘keeper Danny Ward then had to be alert to tip over Ruben Vinagre’s near post effort.

Wolves skipper Conor Coady, one of just two players to keep his place in the Wolves side from the weekend, did well to clear the ball off the line when Rachid Ghezzal forced the ball towards goal. Marc Albrighton then brought a fine save out of John Ruddy the visitors began to exert some sustained pressure.

Into the second half and Ruddy had to be alert again to superbly deny Albrighton from point-blank range.

The lively Adama Traore then played in Morgan Gibbs-White but his effort was comfortable saved by Ward as the game became stretched.

Moments later, Albrighton had a third opportunity to open the scoring but could only head straight at Ruddy when well placed inside the area.

The game ended on a sour note when Leicester winger Demarai Gray was carried off on a stretcher in apparent

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