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League Two strugglers Crawley Town knocked Premier League newcomers Fulham out of the Carabao Cup on an "unbelievable" night at their Broadfield Stadium.
Goals from Tom Nichols and Liverpool loanee James Balagizi gave the hosts a famous victory, with the full-time whistle prompting a pitch invasion by their jubilant supporters.
Crawley sit 23rd in League Two - 84 league positions below their opponents - having lost four of their opening five league matches this season.
"What an evening," manager Kevin Betsy told BBC Radio 5 Live. "Little Crawley Town beating Premier League Fulham. Unbelievable.
"What we have done is phenomenal
We had a plan of how we wanted to play and that will be our blueprint going forward.