Capital Cup Round - Up : Young Stars Akpom,Solomon - Otabor, Iorfa In Action; Bright Enobakhare Makes First Start For Wolves
Published: September 22, 2015
Capital Cup Round - Up : Young Stars Akpom,Solomon  - Otabor, Iorfa In Action; Bright Enobakhare Makes First Start For Wolves  Aston Villa have progressed in the Capital Cup on the heels of their 1 - 0 win over Birmingham City at Villa Park with 34,442 spectators in attendance.

Former England international Gabriel Agbonlahor was in action for 46 minutes for the home team while youngster Viv Solomon  - Otabor hopped off the bench for The Blues nine minutes from time.

Peter Odemwingie made his first start of the season across all competitions in Stoke City’s 1 - 0 win over Fulham. The Nigeria international subbed out in the 84th minute.

Over to the Kingston Communications Stadium, Chuba Akpom went the distance in Hull City’s hard fought 1 - 0 victory against Premier League side Swansea City.

The Tigers striker Sone Aluko was an unused substitute while teammate Moses Odubajo worked a 31 - minute shift.

West Ham have been knocked out of the Capital Cup, suffering a 2 - 1 defeat at the hands of Leicester City. Chelsea loanee Victor Moses went the distance but Angelo Ogbonna did not feature due to injury.

Turning to the Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough thrashed fellow Championship side Wolves 3 - 0.

The 17 - year - old striker Bright Enobakhare was named in the starting XI for the first time in his Wolves career alongside Super Eagles goalie Carl Ikeme and England youth international Dominic Iorfa. Sheyi Ojo made the 18 - man squad but did not play.

Three Lions midfielder Ross Barkley netted a 62nd minute goal, his third of this season, as Everton beat Reading 2 - 1 away from home. Barkley was on the pitch throughout the duration of the game.

Kelechi Iheanacho did not travel with the Manchester City squad for their third round clash against Sunderland. City won 4 - 1.

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