102 goals were scored in Tuesday's 32 Capital One Cup Round 1 matches, representing value for money around the groundsDagenham and Redbridge 6-6 Brentford (2-4 on penalties)
Anyone who went down to the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham Stadium on Tuesday night was in for a big surprise, with the Daggers and the Bees equaling the record number of goals scored in a League Cup match.
After just nine minutes, Stuart Dallas had put the Bees 2-0 up. Another 80 minutes of action later and the game was 4-4 and ready for extra-time. Two further goals each in the additional 30 minutes made the score 6-6, equaling the record of 12 goals in a League Cup game.
With the Capital One UK kids for a quid offer, children aged 16 and under saw a goal for every 8.3p spent. Including the six penalties, the cost is even cheaper, at 5.5p.
Adults who stood saw a goal for every 83p spent, while those who sat broke the pound barrier, at £1.25.
Chesterfield 3-5 Huddersfield Town AET
The £1 offer was also in action at the Proact Stadium where Chesterfield and Huddersfield battled for 120 minutes.
The Spireites led 3-1 but a hat-trick from forward Nahki Wells ensured victory for the Terriers and contributed towards the eight goals scored.
Youngsters who attended the match with a paying adult forked out 12.5p per goal.
Port Vale 6-2 Hartlepool United
The Capital One UK offer also saw youngsters pay 12.5p per goal at Vale Park, where eight goals went in over 90 minutes.
Fans in Staffordshire also witnessed a first-half hat-trick, from Vale’s Ben Williamson, as the Sky Bet League 1 side ran out comfortable winners.
Adults paid £12 for the Capital One Cup Round 1 tie, calculating each goal at £1.50, while concessions were charged £6 on the gate, meaning 75p every time the ball hit the back of the net.
Plymouth Argyle 3-3 Leyton Orient (5-6 on penalties)
The cost per goal for under-16s at Home Park was 16.7p, where Plymouth Argyle and Leyton Orient contested a 3-3 draw after extra-time.
Reuben Reid struck twice to take the tie beyond 90 minutes, and after a goal apiece in the additional time, it was Orient who came through, 6-5 on penalties.
Bolton Wanderers 3-2 Bury AET
At the Macron Stadium there was a local derby between Sky Bet Championship side Bolton Wanderers and their opponents from two divisions below, Bury.
The match looked like ending 1-0 with the lower-league Shakers having led for over 70 minutes, but the game suddenly kicked into life. Craig Davies’ penalty took the tie into extra-time, and then two Neil Danns goals and a reply from Jim McNulty – all in the space of four minutes – ensured a five-goal thriller.
From looking like costing £10 per goal for adults, it ended up as £2 per strike, while over-65s and under-23s paid a round pound, and under-18s taking up the £1 offer were treated to a goal for every 20p.
Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-3 Northampton Town
It was also 20p per goal at Molineux for youngsters watching Wolves against Northampton Town, with kids aged 16 and under able to pay just £1 for the match if accompanied by a paying adult.
It didn’t look like going that way, with the scoreline locked at 0-0 at half-time, but there was an upset to come.
Two Lawson D’Ath strikes helped the Sky Bet League 2 Cobblers on their way to the right side of a five-goal thriller in front of over 6,000 fans, in what turned out to be one of the most entertaining halves of Capital One Cup football.
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