Stoke City 0-1 Derby – Carling Cup – Highlights
A Nathan Ellington penalty deep in injury time ensured Derby dramatically progressed to the Carling Cup semi-finals for the first time in 40 years.
Richard Cresswell had a goal disallowed for hand-ball in a poor first half.
Both teams had chances after the break, with Kris Commons and Miles Addison both hitting the woodwork for Derby.
An excellent Roy Carroll save prevented Ricardo Fuller from scoring before Derby were awarded the penalty on 94 minutes for an Andy Griffin handball.
The game was seemingly heading towards extra-time when Griffin handled Przemyslaw Kazmierczak’s cross to leave referee Rob Styles with little option but to award the spot-kick.