Liverpool's Jordon Ibe celebrates with team mates after winning the penalty shootout.
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Simon Mignolet produced a decisive spot kick save from Marc Muniesa as Liverpool edged Stoke City 6-5 on penalties at Anfield Tuesday to reach the League Cup final.After Marko Arnautovic had canceled out Liverpool's 1-0 aggregate lead with a goal that seemed to have been scored from an offside position, the game went to extra time and then penalties, and with Mignolet thwarting Muniesa, it was left to Joe Allen to net the decisive spot kick.With Liverpool substitute Jordon Ibe skewing a shot over late on, the game went to penalties and after each side had squandered a spot- kick – Mignolet saving from Crouch, Emre Can hitting the post – it went to sudden death.
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