Sunderland's players celebrate after their penalty win against Manchester United during their English League Cup semifinal second leg soccer match at Old Trafford Stadium, Manchester, England, Wednesday Jan. 22, 2014. (AP Photo/Jon Super)
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Manchester United's desperate season was met with fresh degradation Wednesday as they sensationally lost on penalties to Sunderland in the League Cup semifinals at Old Trafford.An appalling shoot-out saw only three of the 10 penalty-takers score, but United fullback Rafael da Silva proved the fall guy, with Vito Mannone saving his spot-kick to give Sunderland a 2-1 win.The game appeared up for United when De Gea somehow allowed Bardsley's low daisy-cutter to squirm through his grasp and into the net in the 119th minute.But Just seconds later Januzaj crossed for Hernandez to slam home an even more dramatic goal, but the night would belong to Sunderland.
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