Association One Hull City are through to the third round of the Carabao Cup following a punishment shootout triumph over Leeds United in spite of surrendering a stoppage-time equalizer.
Ezgjan Alioski counterbalanced Hull's 1-0 lead in the 93rd moment yet missed his spot kick in the shootout, as teamed mate Jamie Shackleton.
Frame protector Alfie Jones scored the triumphant punishment as the shootout completed 9-8, setting up a bind with Premier League side West Ham at London Stadium in the week beginning 21 September.
Ex-Leeds striker Mallik Wilks had before scored the opener for Hull inside five minutes, his shot from the edge of the zone taking a redirection past the powerless Kika Casillas.
Wilks was especially great all through, connecting up with George Honeyman in the primary half to drive Casillas into a few brilliant recoveries.
Keane Lewis-Potter approached with a twisting exertion for Hull, while Greg Docherty and Billy Chadwick had shots parried away and James Scott's flick moved inches wide of the post in the subsequent half.
Leeds battled to separate Hull's tough safeguard and Alioski's objective was only their second shot on track.
Winger Alioski terminated into the top of the net after a scramble in the container in the withering seconds to leave Hull's players dejected, yet the Tigers recouped to influence spot-kicks.
Leeds have now been wiped out at the second-round stage at Elland Road in every one of their three seasons under director Marcelo Bielsa, losing on punishments in the last two missions.
'I feel answerable for the destruction'
Leeds supervisor Marcelo Bielsa: "It was certifiably not an excellent game from our group, we didn't shield well or assault well. We would have gotten a kick out of the chance to have proceeded in the opposition, I am pitiful we were killed, I feel liable for the thrashing.
"With our groundwork for this game we imagined that we planned to accomplish more than we. At the point when a mentor picks a group… I picked the group figuring they would have enough to beat Hull yet when the group needed more to beat Hull, I sense that I am answerable for the destruction.
"The group was worked with players that ought to have indicated a superior exhibition. The insufficiencies in the group were on the grounds that they couldn't gel together."
Structure supervisor Grant McCann: "I thought we took it up a score from the game at Gillingham and for me this is the best presentation I've seen as the administrator of the club. I told the young men that after the game.
"We can talk about the games at Fulham and at Forest in the Championship, yet today around evening time, as far as a total exhibition, that is the best I've seen since I've been the chief."