Manchester United's torrid penalty shoot-out run continues against Derby
Derby County's penalty shoot-out win over Manchester United was the latest in a long line of spot-kick misery for the Red Devils.
Manchester United's penalty woes continued on Tuesday as they were knocked out of the EFL Cup on spot-kicks by Championship side Derby County at Old Trafford.
It continues a torrid recent run in shoot-outs from the Red Devils, which has seen them lose their last five across the EFL Cup, FA Cup and Community Shield.
Here, we look back on United's recent spot-kick sorrow.
5 - Manchester United have lost each of their last five penalty shoot-outs in all competitions (3x League Cup, 1x FA Cup, 1x Community Shield). Bottled. September 25, 2018
Derby County, EFL Cup third round - September 2018
United failed to take advantage of Marouane Fellaini's last-gasp goal as they slipped to an 8-7 shoot-out defeat. After some unerring penalties, it was Phil Jones' feeble effort that sealed the Rams' win.
Middlesbrough, EFL Cup fourth round - October 2015
After a dull 0-0 draw at Old Trafford, England trio Wayne Rooney, Michael Carrick and Ashley Young all missed from the spot as Middlesbrough held their nerve to book a quarter-final berth with a 3-1 shoot-out win.
Sunderland, EFL Cup semi-final, second leg - January 2014
In what was surely one of the lowest-quality penalty shoot-outs in recent memory, Danny Welbeck, Jones, Adnan Januzaj and Rafael all missed as the Black Cats set up a final against Manchester City with a 2-1 spot-kick win.
Red and white army go barmy at Old Trafford! 23 January 2014
Chelsea, Community Shield - August 2009
After a 2-2 draw, Ryan Giggs and Patrice Evra saw penalties saved by Petr Cech, allowing Salomon Kalou to seal a 4-1 win and give the Blues victory in the season's annual curtain raiser.
Everton, FA Cup semi-final - April 2009
Former United goalkeeper Tim Howard proved their nemesis at Wembley to deny them an FA Cup final appearance. The American stood firm to keep out Dimitar Berbatov and Rio Ferdinand and secure the Toffees a 4-2 win from the spot.
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