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Carabao Cup RESULTS: Manchester City see off Oxford, Man United batter Colchester and Leicester edge past Everton on penalties

Carabao Cup RESULTS: Manchester City see off Oxford, Man United batter Colchester and Leicester edge past Everton on penalties

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After Liverpool were battered by Aston Villa on Tuesday evening, the remainder of the Carabao Cup quarter-finals took place just 24 hours later. Here’s a conclusive round-up of what happened on the night… Getty Images - Getty Raheem Sterling celebrates with his City teammates Oxford City 1-3 Manchester City A brace by Raheem Sterling ensured Carabao Cup holders Manchester City remain on course to win the competition for a third consecutive year after a 3-1 victory over Oxford sent them through to the semi-finals. Matty Taylor cancelled out Joao Cancelo’s first-half opener 21 seconds into the second period, but that was as good as it would get for Karl Robinson’s side against Pep Guardiola’s men. The Spaniard had shown the hosts plenty of respect with...
Mix Leftover Cranberry Sauce Into Your Waffle Batter

Mix Leftover Cranberry Sauce Into Your Waffle Batter

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Very important question: Do you have any leftover cranberry sauce? Assuming that you do, you should consider adding cranberry sauce to your waffles for an amazing day-after-Thanksgiving breakfast. (After all, Thanksgiving leftovers are arguably better than the big feast itself—especially when they’re transformed into a waffle.) You can upgrade homemade Belgian waffles or plain ol’ boxed mix by adding leftover cranberry sauce or fresh, whole cranberries into the batter. You’ll wonder why you haven’t been stirring cranberry sauce, jams, and jellies into your waffle mix your entire life. Feel free to dust your cranberry waffles with pow...
San Francisco Giants batter Minnesota Twins to salvage series finale

San Francisco Giants batter Minnesota Twins to salvage series finale

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SAN FRANCISCO -- The slumping San Francisco Giants tried a new look Sunday. It produced a new result. Despite holding three regulars out of the starting lineup, the Giants rode a season-best 17-hit attack to a 13-8 win over the Minnesota Twins, allowing them to salvage one win in the three-game interleague series.Buster Posey and Austin Slater drove in four runs apiece, igniting an offense that had produced a total of two runs and 10 hits in two series-opening losses. "Anytime you sit regulars like that and get a win, a come-from-behind win, that's nice," said Giants manager Bruce Bochy, whose team's run total also was a season high. "For the guys to step up and play a real nice ballgame, that's just what we needed." Replacing shortstop Brandon Crawford, first baseman Brandon Belt and cent...