Arsenal suffered one of the most humiliating defeats in their history as League Two minnows Bradford City clinched a stunning triumph on penalties after a 1-1 draw in the League Cup quarter-finals on Tuesday.
Aston Villa's Dutch-born Moroccan midfielder Karim El Ahmadi (L) vies with Norwich City's Irish striker Anthony Pilkington during the English League Cup quarter final football match at Carrow Road stadium in Norwich, England. Astono Villa beat Norwich 4-1.
The Gunners have endured a traumatic campaign that included their worst start to a Premier League campaign in manager Arsene Wenger's 16-year reign, but this was a new low for a club now in the midst of a full-blown crisis.
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