Morgan Gibbs-White taunts fans of former club Wolves after Nottingham Forest win Carabao Cup tie on penalties, and on-pitch brawl follows

Morgan Gibbs-White was seen placing his fingers on his ears in the direction of the fans of former club Wolves after Nottingham Forest beat them in the Carabao Cup. The two sides drew 1-1 during normal time, with a penalty shootout therefore being required to decide the tie. Forest join Newcastle, Manchester United and Southampton in the semi-finals of the Carabao CupGetty Gibbs-White was not afraid to make his gesture to Wolves fansGetty With the score at 4-3, Forest goalkeeper Dean Henderson was on hand to deny Joe Hodges from the spot to send Forest through. The 25-year-old sparked jubilation at the City ground, with Gibbs-White also getting involved in the celebrations. He put his fingers to his ears in front of the travelling support after netting his penalty, despite coming through the academy at Wolves. His Forest teammate Henderson could also be seen teasing the opposition support by cupping his ears to the visiting crowd after his save. Soon after, stewards were called into action as some players from both sides came to blows on the pitch. However, it is not yet clear if this was as a result of Gibbs-White or Henderson’s antics. Most read in Football PUNISH FA confirm clubs can be charged if fans sing 'Chelsea rent boy' during chants key Ex-Newcastle star explains why Bruce deserves credit for Joelinton transformation AWKWARD Chelsea delete Joao Felix transfer announcement post after gaffe wow Cristiano Ronaldo and Georgina Rodriguez pay £250,000 per-month for 17-room hotel suite LATEST Mudryk to Arsenal transfer update with Shakhtar star's Gunners move 'getting closer' SUSPICIOUS FA investigating 'suspicious betting pattern' in Arsenal's 3-0 win over Oxford NOT KEEN Ronaldo offered to Real Madrid 'several times' before eventually joining Al-Nassr GENIUS Newcastle boss Howe a 'tactical mastermind' with club heroes 'blown away' Henderson was also on hand to tease the away fansAFP Unsavoury scenes after Nottingham Forest's penalty shoot-out victory over Wolves in the Carabao Cup quarter-final, with both sets of players were involved in a scuffle that boiled over at the City Ground pic.twitter.com/wXtK0GE5E4— Sky Sports Football (@SkyFootball) January 11, 2023 Former Wolves defender Willy Boly gave Forest the lead in the first half, although he chose not to celebrate in front of the away fans. Shortly after the hour mark, the away side found an equaliser through Raul Jimenez, with the striker netting from Matheus Cunha’s cross. Penalties then commenced following the full-time whistle, with Forest proving triumphant on the night. They will now face Manchester United in the semi-finals of the Carabao Cup, joining Newcastle and Southampton in the final four. https://twitter.com/Khya_Gott/status/1613294677645561856?s=20&t=2vz6C85MHUpPeaPAeruMig Betting Offer Of The Day Bet365: Bet £10 Get £50 In Free Bets – CLAIM HERE T&Cs: Open account offer. Bet £10 & Get £50 in Free Bets for new customers at bet365. Min deposit requirement. Free Bets are paid as Bet Credits and are available for use upon settlement of qualifying bets. Min odds, bet and payment method exclusions apply. Returns exclude Bet Credits stake. Time limits and T&Cs apply 18+ Begambleaware.org

Morgan Gibbs-White taunts fans of former club Wolves after Nottingham Forest win Carabao Cup tie on penalties, and on-pitch brawl follows

Morgan Gibbs-White was seen placing his fingers on his ears in the direction of the fans of former club Wolves after Nottingham Forest beat them in the Carabao Cup.

The two sides drew 1-1 during normal time, with a penalty shootout therefore being required to decide the tie.

Forest join Newcastle, Manchester United and Southampton in the semi-finals of the Carabao Cup
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Gibbs-White was not afraid to make his gesture to Wolves fans
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With the score at 4-3, Forest goalkeeper Dean Henderson was on hand to deny Joe Hodges from the spot to send Forest through.

The 25-year-old sparked jubilation at the City ground, with Gibbs-White also getting involved in the celebrations.

He put his fingers to his ears in front of the travelling support after netting his penalty, despite coming through the academy at Wolves.

His Forest teammate Henderson could also be seen teasing the opposition support by cupping his ears to the visiting crowd after his save.

Soon after, stewards were called into action as some players from both sides came to blows on the pitch.

However, it is not yet clear if this was as a result of Gibbs-White or Henderson’s antics.

Henderson was also on hand to tease the away fans
AFP

Former Wolves defender Willy Boly gave Forest the lead in the first half, although he chose not to celebrate in front of the away fans.

Shortly after the hour mark, the away side found an equaliser through Raul Jimenez, with the striker netting from Matheus Cunha’s cross.

Penalties then commenced following the full-time whistle, with Forest proving triumphant on the night.

They will now face Manchester United in the semi-finals of the Carabao Cup, joining Newcastle and Southampton in the final four.

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