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Bayern dethrone Wolfsburg, Arsenal humbled

Bayern München ended Wolfsburg's reign as German Cup holders in some style while Arsenal were humbled in the League Cup by lower division opposition and holders Chelsea also lost.

Douglas Costa and Xabi Alonso celebrate during Bayern's win
Douglas Costa and Xabi Alonso celebrate during Bayern's win ©Getty Images

Group A
Shakhtar Donetsk 4-0 Ternopil (Ukrainian Cup, agg: 9-0)
Shakhtar moved into the quarter-finals with a comfortable second-leg victory. Facundo Ferreyra and Taison converted penalties either side of goals from Vasyi Kobin and teenager Andriy Boriachuk, a member of their UEFA Youth League squad who also scored on his senior Shakhtar debut in the first leg.

Bayern celebrate Douglas Costa's opener
Bayern celebrate Douglas Costa's opener©Getty Images

Group B
Wolfsburg 1-3 Bayern München (German Cup)
Wolfsburg's reign as holders was ended in the last 32 in some style by Bayern, who were three up at the break thanks to Douglas Costa's opener and two goals from Thomas Müller. Andre Schürrle pulled one back late on.

PSV Eindhoven 6-0 Genemuiden (Dutch Cup)
PSV defeated fourth-tier Genemuiden to reach the KNVB Cup last 16. Luuk de Jong got his tenth of the season and just past the hour Gastón Pereiro scored twice before Davy Pröpper and Héctor Moreno added further goals to take it from 1-0 to 5-0 in the space of eight minutes. Pereiro then completed his hat-trick.

Group F
Wolfsburg 0-3 Bayern München (German Cup)
A thunderbolt from Douglas Costa on 15 minutes got Bayern going, and it was after his shot was blocked that David Alaba was able to set up Müller to make it 2-0. Alaba's cross was volleyed in by Müller just past the half-hour to seal the holders' fate despite the late André Schürrle consolation.

Petr Čech concedes Arsenal's second goal
Petr Čech concedes Arsenal's second goal©Getty Images

Sheffield Wednesday 3-0 Arsenal (English League Cup)
In a rematch of the 1993 final, second-tier Wednesday got belated revenge on Arsenal, whose recent winning run came to an end. The Gunners lost Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to injury in the opening five minutes and his replacement Theo Walcott was then also forced off. Arsenal were two down at the break and never looked like recovering after former Chelsea player Sam Hutchinson made it three in the 51st minute.

Mladost Ždralovi 1-3 Dinamo Zagreb (Croatian Cup)
Holders Dinamo moved into December's quarter-finals despite trailing their third-tier hosts at half-time. Armin Hodžić, Ángelo Henríquez and El Arabi Hilal Soudani got Dinamo's goals in the last half-hour.

Group G
Dynamo Kyiv 5-0 Obolon-Brovar Kyiv (Ukrainian Cup, agg: 7-0)
Holders Dynamo joined Shakhtar in Friday's quarter-final draw by also seeing off second-tier opposition. Denys Garmash scored twice before half-time and an Artem Kulinich own goal was added to by Oleh Gusev and Łukasz Teodorczyk.

Diego Costa receives treatment
Diego Costa receives treatment©Getty Images

Stoke City 1-1aet, 5-4pens Chelsea (English League Cup)
In another League Cup last-16 tie that replayed a previous final, holders Chelsea suffered a repeat of their 1972 Wembley loss to Stoke. Diego Costa was substituted in the first half clutching his rib, and Jonathan Walters struck for Stoke in the 52nd minute, but in added time Loïc Rémy equalised and the home side had Phil Bardsley sent off. Extra time was goalless and Stoke keeper Jack Butland saved Eden Hazard's decisive penalty after the first nine were converted.

Group H
Lokeren 1-2 Gent (Belgian League)
Unbeaten Gent went top, at least until Anderlecht play on Thursday. Benito Raman gave the reigning champions an 18th-minute lead and Renato Neto made it two just before the hour. Marko Mirić pulled one back but Gent held on.

Wednesday's fixtures involving UEFA Champions League teams:
Group B
Manchester United v Middlesbrough (English League Cup)
CSKA Moskva v Ural (Russian Cup)

Can Roma stretch their Serie A lead on Wednesday?
Can Roma stretch their Serie A lead on Wednesday?©AFP/Getty Images

Group D
Manchester City v Crystal Palace (English League Cup)
Schalke v Borussia Mönchengladbach (German Cup)
Sassuolo v Juventus (Serie A)

Group E
Villanovense v Barcelona (Copa del Rey)
Viktoria Koln v Bayer Leverkusen (German Cup)
Roma v Udinese (Serie A)

Group F
Olympiacos v Platanias (Greek Cup)

Group H
Zenit v Tosno (Russian Cup)