Swansea City defeated Bradford 5-0 to win their first ever major trophy on Sunday. It was a record breaking victory at Wembley Stadium for Swansea as the win marked their centenary year with a first major trophy.
Bradford overcame Arsenal, Aston Villa and Wigan Athletic en route to the final, but they fell well short in their bid to become the first team from England's fourth division to lift the League Cup trophy.
Goals from Nathan Dyer and Michu gave Swansea a comfortable 2-0 half-time lead, with Dyer doubling his tally early in the second half before Jonathan de Guzman added a fourth with a penalty after Bradford goalkeeper Matt Duke was sent off in the 56th minute.
De Guzman made it five in injury time as Swansea broke the victory margin record set by Manchester United against Wigan Athletic in the 2006 final.
"As a player, I had the luck to play in the biggest teams in different countries," Swansea manager Michael Laudrup told BBC radio.
"Swansea is not the biggest team in the Premier League, but we are here winning a trophy and that is fantastic. To win a trophy with a smaller club is outstanding."