Holders Manchester City booked their place in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup with a 1-0 victory over Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough.
Phil Foden's heroics in the EFL Cup final came as no surprise to Pep Guardiola, who could play the youngster at Sheffield Wednesday.
After West Brom won on Tuesday, second-placed Leeds United moved back within four points of the Championship pacesetters.
The Championship's top two - Leeds United and West Brom - won again on Saturday to strengthen their grip on the automatic promotion places.
Leeds United's hopes of a return to the Premier League looked to be fading, but victory over Bristol City restored optimism at Elland Road.
Fulham were held, West Brom came from behind to win and Luton Town earned a huge three points in Wednesday's Championship games.
Manchester United got Odion Ighalo on loan, West Ham spent big on Jarrod Bowen and Marko Pjaca left Juventus on deadline day.
Leeds sit at the top of the table after a hectic night in the Championship, which saw Wayne Rooney score his first goal for Derby.
A shock loss against Sheffield Wednesday saw Leeds United surrender top spot in the Championship to West Brom.
The top two in the Championship remain unchanged after their draw, while Brentford are third and Stoke City thumped Huddersfield Town.