Premier League Cup

Forest earn shock cup win at Leicester

13 Nov 2018
Leicester City in PL Cup action against Nottingham Forest

Virgil Gomis strikes twice as Nottingham Forest continue perfect start by beating PL2 opposition

Two goals from Virgil Gomis earned Nottingham Forest a 2-1 victory at Leicester City to continue their perfect start to this season's Premier League Cup. 

Gomis controlled and finished smartly after great work from Yassine En-Neyah on the right to put Forest 1-0 up at Holmes Park, before Khanya Leshabela curled in a superb first-half equaliser for Leicester. 

But Gomis scored again from close range on 78 minutes to stun their Premier League 2 Division 1 opponents. 

Forest's second win from two matches puts them three points clear of Leicester at the top of Group D. 

See: Leicester report | Forest report

Frost hat-trick inspires Reading

Tyler Frost scored all three goals as Reading beat Birmingham City 3-0 to extend their unbeaten run in PL competitions to 12 matches. 

The hat-trick came in the second half, starting with a 65th-minute opener before two penalties. 

As well as leading Division 2 Reading are level on six points with Fulham at the top of Group G. Birmingham have yet to pick up a point.

See: Reading report | Birmingham report

Hull edge past Oxford

Hull City beat Oxford United 2-1 for their first cup win. 

Keane Lewis-Potter scored both Tigers goals, either side of a Harvey Bradbury strike for Oxford. 

The win puts Hull second in Group E on three points, ahead of Oxford on head-to-head. 

See: Hull report | Oxford report

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