CRAWLEY TOWN stunned Premier League Norwich City to book their place in the Carabao Cup third round.

In-form striker Bez Lubala shocked the visitors on their first ever visit to the Broadfield Stadium

with an 18th-minute winner.

Against the run of play, Lubala’s goalbound shot took a deflection and beat Canaries keeper Ralf Fahrmann, one of five debut makers for Daniel Farke’s side.

Norwich almost levelled when Patrick Roberts drilled a low right-footed shot across the face of goal but it came back off the base of the far post.

Reds held out until half-time with former Albion defender Tom Dallison impressive at the back.

The visitors had set the tone for the tie early on as Reds keeper Michael Luyambula, in for Glenn Morris, denied efforts from Kenny McLean and then Philip Heise inside three minutes.

They had the better of the first half and went close 15 minutes after the restart when substitute Emiliano Buendia curled a strike against the woodwork.

Striker Ollie Palmer, recalled to the starting XI after his two goals in Reds’ 3-2 League Two win at Leyton Orient, was denied the chance to extend the lead for Gabriele Cioffi’s side by Fahrmann.

The Reds then withstood everything Norwich threw at them to grab a famous victory.