MANCHESTER CITY (Reuters) – Manchester City escaped from the England Cup after beating a 2-0 win at Swansea City with a 3-1 win over Suwane.
The City stayed behind with two goals to the 69th minute, with Swansea, who finished 15th in the second division with two goals in the first half through Matt Grimms from a penalty in the 20th minute and Percant Selena in the 29th minute, but the pressure of City and the replacement of Spanish coach Pep Guardiola kept City chances to win In the last three games, Swansea’s players were unable to make use of video technology to help the referee because they were not accredited at the Swansea stadium. The Bernadette Silva and Bernardo Silva scored in the 69th minute, 78 minutes and Argentine Sergio Aguero 88 minutes.
Manchester United lost their Champions League final with a 2-0 loss to Arsenal after falling to Arsenal 2-0 in the league. Solskjaer 4 Changes to the squad that lost to Arsenal, with Argentine goalkeeper Sergio Romero replacing Spain’s David Dejaia, Jesse Lingard, Spain’s Andrea Herrera and Frenchman Anthony Marcial instead of Ashley Young, Brazil’s Fred and Belgian Romello Lucaco.
A minute before the end, Mexican Raul Jimenez opened the scoring for the host in the 70th minute. Gota Block-Shaw then took the lead and set off on a solo before sending a left-footed right into Romero’s right-footed goal to secure Wolverhampton’s lead in the 76th minute.
International defender Markus Rushford reduced the score in the last minute (90 + 5) to reach Wolverhampton’s semi-final for the first time since the 1998 season.
In the rest of the matches, Watford qualified for the semi-final with a 2-2 home win over Crystal Palace. The match between Etienne Capoe and Atletico opened in the 27th minute before Belgium’s Michi Patchau equalized for Crystal Palace in the 62nd minute. Andrey Gray scored the second goal of Watford and took his team to the semi-finals. Watford qualified for the England Cup semi-final, 1983-1984, before losing 2-0 to Everton.