West Brom bowed out of the Carabao Cup on penalties after a 2-2 draw with Brentford in normal time.

The Baggies were edged out 5-4 in the shoot-out with Grady Diangana’s penalty miss proving the difference as Christian Norgaard slotted his spot-kick to give victory to The Bees.

Slaven Bilic made a total of eleven changes for this cup encounter, a game which saw Branislav Ivanovic and Conor Gallagher handed their debuts at The Hawthorns.

Albion broke the deadlock shortly after the restart, with Robson-Kanu hacked down in the box after pouncing on a defensive mistake from the visitors.

The Welshman then cooly dispatched his spot-kick past David Raya to put the hosts in front.

However, two minutes later, Brentford equalised as Forss’s back stick cross was headed high into the penalty area by Goode and the falling ball was acrobatically finished by Marcondes.

Albion then re-took the lead within the next ten minutes with Kyle Edwards winning a spot-kick, after being impressively slipped in by Gallagher.
Robson-Kanu converted again in the same corner as he notched a brace for the evening.

The penalty game wasn’t over by any means with Cedric Kipre giving away a spot-kick this time, although it was a soft one to award from referee Darren England.

Forss stepped up and smashed the ball down the middle past David Button to take the game to penalties.

Albion could not overcome their last penalty shoot-out heartache that they suffered in the playoffs with Diangana slipping up after Charlie Austin, Conor Gallagher, Kyle Edwards and Conor Townsend had all converted.

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