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Manchester United were knocked out of the Carabao Cup by Derby County after Frank Lampard’s side beat the Red Devils in penalties.

United took the lead within the first three minutes of the match and it looked to be a routine victory over Jose Mourinho’s side.

But before the match, Lampard had maintained that they were going to give a tough fight to Man United and the Championship side did just that as they fought hard and went up 2-1 in the tie.

United looked all set to crash out had it not been for a Marouane Fellaini headed deep into injury time which pushed the game into penalties where Derby once again came out the more stronger side.

Liverpool fans are probably the happiest of the lot not only because their arch-rivals suffered such a humiliating defeat but it was one of their own who was the primary reason for Man United’s downfall.

Derby were trailing for almost 60 minutes in the match before Harry Wilson equalised for Lampard’s men via a superb free-kick.

And for those who did not know, Harry Wilson is on loan from Liverpool – joining The Rams during this summer.

Harry Wilson came up with a delightful free-kick which left Sergio Romero looking in awe and to add insult to injury the young winger decided to pull out the famed ‘five-time’ celebration which Fernando Torres used to do for Liverpool.

And the Liverpool fans are just loving the Harry Wilson celebration:

Harry Wilson has played only a single FA Cup game for Liverpool and has spent most of his time moving across England on various loan spells.

But the 21-year-old is undoubtedly a talented winger given that he is already a regular with the Welsh national team – having made three appearances for them.

And this humiliation of Manchester United has surely made Harry Wilson a darling amongst the Anfield faithful.

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