Manchester City managed to reserve its seat in the English Professional League Cup final, deservedly and deservedly, after defeating its host Manchester United, in the Manchester derby, with two unanswered goals, in the match hosted by Old Trafford this evening, Wednesday.
Manchester City succeeded in opening the scoring in the 50th minute after Fodin was sent across from a foul followed by the Stones with a shot from inside the penalty area that hit the net.
The Citizens continued to press United’s defense with a cross from Foden in the 57th minute, followed by Raheem Sterling with a header; Henderson managed to push it away for a corner kick barely.
United formed its first danger in the second half in the 64th minute by following a cross from a corner kick and hitting a header that passed next to the post.
Fernandinho fired the bullet of mercy at Manchester United by scoring the second goal in the 83rd minute, after he followed a ball away from Bisaka at the edge of the penalty area, shooting a ball directly into the right side of Henderson’s net.
Solskjaer pushed Van de Beek at Fred’s expense in the 87th minute, but that did not change the score in the following minutes, to the match ended with Manchester City winning 2-0.