Burton Albion 2-2 Fulham (Fulham win 5-4 on pens)
FULHAM were given a massive scare before squeezing past League Two Burton Albion on penalties to book their place in round three of the Capital One Cup.
John Arne Riise smashed home the winning spot-kick after it ended 2-2 at the Pirelli Stadium.
Adel Taarabt had given the visitors the lead before Jack Dyer's strike forced extra-time.
Burton sub Michael Symes put the hosts ahead, only for Hugo Rodallega's 117th-minute strike to save Fulham's blushes.
Dyer missed the decisive penalty before Riise sent Fulham through after a nail-biting 5-4 win on spot-kicks.
Boss Martin Jol fielded a strong line-up, with just four changes from the side that lost to Arsenal at the weekend.
Taarabt gave Fulham the lead on 36 minutes when he fired past Brewers keeper Phil Edwards.
However, Burton threw caution to the wind and levelled late on when Dyer converted Chris Hussey's cross.
Symes thought he had won it in the dying minutes, but his effort was chalked off for handball.
But the Burton man did eventually put the home side ahead in extra-time with a back-post header to put them on the verge of an upset.
However, Fulham sub Rodallega had other ideas as he kept the tie alive with just three minutes remaining on the clock.
Darren Bent, Bryan Ruiz, Sascha Riether, Rodallega and Riise were all successful from 12 yards as Stockdale's save from Dyer saw them through.
FULHAM: Stockdale, Riise, Hangeland, Hughes, Riether, Karagounis (Rodallega 103), Taarabt (Kacaniklic 46), Dejagah (Kasami 84), Parker, Ruiz, Bent.
Subs (not used): Etheridge, Briggs, Sidwell, Boateng.
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