Manchester City’s win against Brighton was certainly not the most entertaining Semi-Final match in FA Cup history, but nonetheless a win is a win, and City are going to Wembley (again). However, in every game there are lessons to be learnt over the 90 minutes and with that in mind, here is a brief insight into what we learned from the latest chapter in this eventful campaign.
It's another Cup Final for Manchester City as the blues battled to a narrow 1-0 win over a resilient and, at times, threatening Brighton side. Here's how we rated the players!
Ahead of today's clash at Wembley between Manchester City and Brighton, we got the views of 'We Are Brighton' on the Semi-Final!
Following the injury to Oleksandr Zinchenko in midweek, Pep Guardiola has a selection dilemma at left-back for the FA Cup Semi-Final. Here's our predicted starting XI and substitutes for the trip to Wembley Stadium.
Another trophy is within Manchester City's grasp as the club enters the final stages of the FA Cup. As ticket sales dominate the debate among fans, the Blues continue to get results in the Premier League, all while performing at the high level we've become accustomed too. Their focus now shifts to England's biggest stage and semifinal opponents, Brighton Hove and Albion.
City Xtra speak to Jack of BrewersTV ahead of the 2nd leg of the Carabao Cup Semi-Final at the Pirelli Stadium.
A fortnight after the 9-0 victory over League One Burton Albion, Manchester City travel to the Pirelli Stadium for the second leg of the Carabao Cup semi-final. Pep Guardiola had sent out a strong team in the first leg, with the intention of getting the job done and have the fixture wrapped up after the first... Continue Reading →