Gabriele Cioffi described Crawley's first victory over Premier League opposition as a dream come true after they dumped Norwich out of the Carabao Cup last night.

Bez Lubala's deflected strike settled the second-round tie in the League Two club's favour to leave Broadfield Stadium bouncing.

Italian Cioffi said he envisaged nights like this when he was appointed Red Devils head coach in September 2018.

"I never saw the People's Pension Stadium rocking this way and the first time I stepped inside the stadium I had this vision," he said, referring to the ground by its sponsored name.

"Tonight was what I was dreaming.

"They (the supporters) have been amazing. We have written history because Crawley has never beaten a Premier League club."