Coventry City's cup run continues after Russell Slade's side won 4-2 on penalties at Swansea City U21's.
There was a good travelling support who deserved better being sold tickets in the wrong end by Swansea's tickert and missing the first twenty minutes from or a clueless performance from those on the pitch.
City were better in the second half but went behind to a 69th minute penalty which was converted by Oli McBurnie, who had been shoved by Ryan Haynes.
With five minutes left. City got a free kick on the left and the ball went into the net off an unaware defender to send the game in to penalties.
The penalties were take at the away end. Reice Charles-Cook saved twice and City won 4-2 to book their place in the semi-final.
CITY: Charles-Cook, Dion Kelly-Evans, Willis (C), Turnbull, Haynes, Stevenson (Ghadzev 88), Reilly (Bigirimana 76), Lameiras, Rose (Jones 71), Reid, Thomas: Subs: Burge, Harries, Finch, Devon Kelly-Evans.
Swansea Tremel, Reid, Lewis, Blair, Davies, Rodon, Bray, (Biabi 88) Fulton (Maric 46), McBurnie, Byers, Jones (Garrick 71) Subs: Zavret. Evans, Plezier, Holland.
HT SCU21 0-0 CCFC FT SCU21 1-1 CCFC Att 3,356. Goals Oli McBirnie 69 pen, Own Goal 85