It was a challenging but impressive win yet again by the soon-to-be champions of England against a fierce opponent in Everton.
Late goals from Kevin De Bruyne and IIkay Gundogan was enough to see off resistant Toffees in the much-needed win for the continued quest for the quadruple this season. This win takes the blue side of Manchester to the final of the FA Cup for a third successive season.
A furiously challenged quarter-final seemed as though it was setting out toward additional time as Carlo Ancelotti’s side defended fearlessly and went close in the first-half when Yerry Mina’s header almost went in.
Despite overwhelming possession at Goodison Park, Manchester City struggled for the vast majority of the game. Raheem Sterling’s ineffectively hit shot tipped around Joao Virginia’s post, The Toffees third-choice goalkeeper.
However, City finally breaches after the manager introduced Kevin De Bruyne and Riyad Mahrez when Gundogan headed in the match’s first goal. De Bruyne likewise fired in a crisp shot in the 90th minute to help the City side progress.