Derby County manager Frank Lampard performs a dance with his players in front of the travelling fans after full-time
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho walks off the pitch beside his dejected defender Jones after his penalty miss
Scott Carson was the hero as Frank Lampard’s Derby knocked Manchester United out of the Carabao Cup on penalties at Old Trafford on Tuesday night.
Keeper Carson saved from Phil Jones to send Derby through 8-7.
Marouane Fellaini had taken the game into penalties with a goal in the 95th minute after Jack Marriott put Derby 2-1 up late in the game.
Derby County players celebrate after sealing a penalty shootout win over Manchester United at Old Trafford on Tuesday
Derby County goalkeeper Scott Carson dives to save Phil Jones’s penalty and seal victory over Manchester United on Tuesday
Derby players run to celebrate with their goalkeeper Carson after his match-winning save in Tuesday’s penalty shootout
Jones of Manchester United is consoled by Eric Bailly after missing the definitive penalty in the shootout against Derby
Manchester United’s players look dejected after seeing Jones miss the penalty kick that dumps them out of the Carabao Cup
Lampard salutes the Derby fans as they continue to sing following their shock win over Manchester United at Old Trafford
MATCH FACTS, PLAYER RATINGS AND MATCH ZONE
MANCHESTER UNITED XI (4-3-3): Romero 5.5; Dalot 7, Bailly 5.5, Jones 5, Young 6; Matic 6, Herrera 6 (Fellaini 63,7), Mata 6.5 (Grant 69, 6.5); Lingard 6.5 (Fred 63, 6), Lukaku5, Martial 6.5
Subs not used: Darmian, Smalling, McTominay, Sanchez
Goals: Mata 3, Fellaini 90+5
Bookings: Lingard, Matic
Sent off: Romero 69
Manager: Jose Mourinho 6
DERBY XI (4-2-3-1): Carson 6.5; Bogle 7 (Wisdom 87), Keogh 7, Tomori 7, Forsyth 7; Johnson 7, Bryson 7; Bennett6.5 (Jozefzoon 77), Mount 7.5, Wilson 8; Nugent 7 (Marriott 79)
Subs not used: Roos, Waghorn, Huddlestone, Malone
Bookings: Bennett, Forsyth
Goals: Wilson 59, Marriott 85
Manager: Frank Lampard 8
Referee: Stuart Atwell 7
Juan Mata fires Manchester United into the lead after a good team move
Mourinho’s side had gone ahead after only three minutes through Juan Mata but Derby hit back on the hour when Harry Wilson fired home a fantastic free kick.
Paul Pogba was hiding himself inside a white hoodie and tried to watch quietly from the stands.
In the event, Mourinho could have done with his £89million man to break the resolve of the Championship side and his old Chelsea favourite Frank Lampard.
In the absence of Pogba and regular captain Antonio Valencia, Mourinho handed the armband to Ashley Young who was one of nine changes from the disappointing draw with Wolves here at the weekend.
United were ahead inside three minutes of an entertaining first half. The goal came from a sweeping move that began down the left where Martial took the ball down with a fine touch and played it across goal.
Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata celebrates scoring the opening goal of the game against Derby at Old Trafford
The Spaniard (pictured right) buried his shot into the corner of Scott Carson’s net to give Manchester United an early lead
Mata is congratulated by Manchester United team-mate and fellow Spaniard Ander Herrera after his goal against Derby
Wilson curled a fine effort into the top corner from 30 yards to fire Derby back into the game following a spell of dominance
Derby County’s Harry Wilson celebrates after bringing the Championship club level with a fantastic free-kick after 60 minutes
Derby players pile on their hero goalscorer following his spectacular strike which brings the game level with 30 minutes left
Derby County’s Marriott heads in their second goal of the game to fire them into the lead with just five minutes to play
Derby County players celebrate with Jack Marriott after his late goal gives them the lead with just five minutes left to play
Romelu Lukaku tricked the Derby defence with a clever step-over and Jesse Lingard moved the ball on to Juan Mata who swept his shot beyond Scott Carson.
The Spaniard should have had a second five minutes later when Young picked up him out with an excellent ball from deep.
Mata showed fine control to tee himself up eight yards out but Carson had closed down the space and spread himself to make a crucial block.
Richard Keogh almost gifted United another goal when he stumbled calamitously on the ball for no apparent reason and Lukaku seized his opportunity.
The big Belgian played the loose ball through Keogh’s legs and drove towards goal, but Fikayo Tomori came to his teammate’s rescue by putting enough pressure on United’s No 9 to force him to shoot just wide.
Lukaku was presented with another chance in the 24th minute when Martial teased Jayden Bogle and clipped in a clever cross that left Carson pawing at thin air. However, Lukaku’s header at full stretch looped over the bar from close range.
Manchester United’s Marouane Fellaini brings his side back on level terms in the fifth minute of stoppage time with a header
The Belgian celebrates his equalising goal which takes the Carabao Cup third round tie to a penalty shootout at Old Trafford
Wilson knocks the ball past Romero, but the United goalkeeper instinctively sticks his hand out and handles outside the box
Referee Stuart Attwell shows the Argentina international a straight red card after he denied a clear goal-scoring opportunity
Manchester United goalkeeper Romero argues with defender Phil Jones before making his way back to the dressing room
With Lampard ever-present in the technical area while his old mentor Mourinho chose to stay conspicuously quiet in the dugout, Derby looked lively in possession and had opportunities to equalise before the break.
The best of these fell to Mason Bennett who connected with Mason Mount’s cross to the far post but was denied by Sergio Romero.
Craig Bryson then flashed a shot narrowly wide in the 21st minute after more neat build-up play.
Derby began the second half in even more purposeful mood and were inches away from scoring in the 53rd minute.
Eric Bailly thought he had broken up an attack when he got a foot in to poke the ball away on the edge of the box, but it ran for Wilson.
The youngster on loan from Liverpool caught his shot cleanly enough but Romero parried it and the ball flew wide.
Manchester United manager Mourinho shakes hands with his former player and current Derby boss Lampard before kick-off
Paul Pogba (white jacket) is pictured watching the match from the Old Trafford stands after being left out of the squad
Derby County’s Mason Bennett sees his close-range shot stopped by Manchester United’s Argentine goalkeeper Romero
Mata is denied a second goal for himself and for Manchester United by Scott Carson, who gets a hand to the close-range shot
Mata looks dejected after missing the one-on-one opportunity to double his tally and Manchester United’s lead over Derby
Better was to follow, however. Much better. When Young was penalised for a foul 30 yards from goal on the hour mark, Wilson put his hand up to take the free kick and sized up a shot.
It was one of those deliveries where the ball hardly turns in the air but swerves viciously. Romero stood motionless as it arrowed into the top corner.
Mourinho responded by sending on Fred and Marouane Fellaini but United were dealt another blow in the 67th minute when Romero was sent off.
Referee Stuart Attwell had little choice but to show a straight red card as Wilson chased a throughball from David Nugent and touched it past the keeper as he raced out of his goal.
Romero instinctively stuck out his left arm to block the ball and knew immediately what he had done. ‘There’s only one Lee Grant,’ sang the Derby fans as their former keeper came on as United’s replacement.
Lukaku’s effort in the 73rd minute cannoned back off the post. Grant was soon called into action.
Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku fails to guide his header on target and watches as the ball flies over the Derby bar
Derby’s Wilson (left) sees his shot at Manchester United’s goal saved by goalkeeper Romero early in the second half
Manchester United players watch as the ball bounces off the outside of the post following Romero’s save from Wilson’s shot
Mourinho and Lampard put their close relationship on show as they converse on their walk to the dugouts for the second half