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LONDON (AP) — Premier League clubs Burnley and Middlesbrough were eliminated by lower-division sides in the second round of the League Cup on Wednesday, while Leicester and Chelsea were paired in the standout match of the third round.
Fourth-tier Accrington pulled off the biggest shock of the night, beating Burnley 1-0 thanks to a goal late in extra time by Matty Pearson.
Second-tier Fulham came from a goal down to beat Middlesbrough 2-1, with Lasse Vigen Christensen getting the west London team's winner in extra time.
Sunderland needed a late goal from on-loan Manchester United midfielder Adnan Januzaj to beat third-tier Shrewsbury 1-0, while Bournemouth settled for a 2-1 win at fourth-tier Morecambe.
Januzaj fired a rising shot into top corner in the 83rd minute to avoid any potential upset for a Sunderland side that has lost both its opening Premier League games under new manager David Moyes.
Marc Wilson scored Bournemouth's winner in the 54th minute in his first match for the club since joining from Stoke.
Clubs who are involved in European competition join the competition in the third round, the draw for which was made on Wednesday.
Premier League champion Leicester was drawn at home to Chelsea, pitting its manager Claudio Ranieri against his former club. Manchester United will play away to third-tier Northampton, which knocked out West Bromwich Albion on penalties on Tuesday and beat Liverpool in the 2010-11 competition.
Also, titleholder Manchester City must travel to Swansea in an all-Premier League game, Arsenal will play Nottingham Forest away, Liverpool goes to Derby, and Tottenham was drawn at home to third-tier Gillingham, which beat Watford on Tuesday in the other shock of the second round.
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