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Man City won 4-1 in the Capital One Cup Semi-Final

City drew first blood after 12 minutes, as Wilfried Bony tapped into an empty net from 12-yards out, after Kevin De Bruyne's low effort crashed against the upright.

 The home side nearly doubled their advantage 10 minutes into the halftime break with a stinging effort from De Bruyne that forced Eldin Jakupovic into a fine save.

City eventually grabbed their second goal in the 80th minute when substitute, Kelechi Iheanacho, turned home Raheem Sterling's cross from the left flank.
The home side then added a third goal a few minutes later when De Bruyne pounced on a poor back pass to poke the ball past the on-rushing Jakupovic.

However, City were not done there, as De Bruyne bagged his second of the night with a sublime free-kick from 20-yards out.

The Championship did bag a consolation in stoppage time, as Robertson played a neat one-two with Abel Hernandez, before lobbing Caballero.


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