Frank Lampard got one over his former manager Jose Mourinho as Derby County knocked Manchester United out of the Carabao Cup, winning 8-7 on penalties following a dramatic 2-2 draw on Tuesday.
Juan Mata's early strike (2nd minute) seemed to put United in control but Derby always carried a threat and on-loan Liverpool man Harry Wilson scored a sensational free-kick from 30 yards (59th) to pull the visitors level.
Sergio Romero was then sent-off for handling outside the area (68th) and Jack Marriott (8th5) looked like he had won it for Derby after his close-range header was awarded with the help of VAR.
However, Marouane Fellaini forced home a dramatic late header to send the tie to penalties.
There were 15 perfect penalties until Phil Jones was denied by Scott Carson as Derby reached the last 16.
Jones's miss meant United have lost each of their last five penalty shoot-outs in all competitions (thrice in the League Cup, one in the FA Cup, one in the Community Shield).