Norwich City’s exit to Everton was the club’s 10th penalty shoot-out, but how many have they won?

Michael Nelson celebrates after Norwich City win the penalty shoot-out in the Johnstone's Paint Trop

Michael Nelson celebrates after Norwich City win the penalty shoot-out in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy tie at Swindon in November 2009. - Credit: PA

Norwich City's latest exit via a penalty shoot-out may have many Canaries' fans cursing their team's luck from the spot, but City's history in the format may surprise a few.

A look at the history books show they have won five and lost five shoot-outs.

Norwich City's penalty shoot-out record:


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November 8, 1972: Leicester City (H) Texaco Cup - Won 4-3

December 19, 1990: Millwall (H) Zenith Data Systems Cup - Won 6-5

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December 20, 1995: Bolton Wanderers (A) League Cup - Won 3-2

October 27, 1998: Bolton Wanderers (H) League Cup - Lost 3-1

May 12, 2002: Birmingham City (N) Play-off final - Lost 4-2

October 24, 2006: Port Vale (A) League Cup - Lost 3-2

August 28, 2007: Rochdale (A) League Cup - Won 4-3

November 10, 2009: Swindon Town (A) Johnstone's Paint Trophy - Won 5-3

December 15, 2009: Southampton (A) Johnstone's Paint Trophy - Lost 6-5

October 27, 2015: Everton (A) League Cup - Lost 4-3

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