The game ended with the victory of the guests with a score of 2: 0.
The score was opened in the 84th minute of the match – the midfielder of Man City, Ilkay Gundogan, played well on finishing, hitting the hosts’ already empty net with a header. And the final result in the 90th minute was set by the guests’ midfielder Kevin De Bruyne.
The draw’s results will determine the opponents of Josep Guardiola’s charges in the semifinals.
At the moment, another semi-finalist has already become Southampton, who beat Bournemouth today (3: 0). In the remaining ¼ final games, Chelsea will play Sheffield United, and Leicester City will host Manchester United.
Manchester City has won the oldest football competition in the world six times. The last time the “townspeople” won this trophy in 2019. Everton is a five-time FA Cup winner. The last time the “butterscotch” won in 1995.