BREAKING NEWS: coming live from Fabrizio Romano, FIFA has just announced VERY SAD NEWS which will affect man city and also the Officials and Referees of the match between Manchester City vs Chelsea and this have come with a big consequence after not awarding a clear handball by Jack Grealish.


Manchester City clinched a 1-0 victory over Chelsea on Saturday, securing their spot in the FA Cup final following a thrilling semi-final clash at Wembley. The decisive goal came late in the game, courtesy of Bernardo Silva, after Kevin De Bruyne’s initial shot was blocked by Chelsea goalkeeper Djordje Petrovic.

Notably, Silva’s composed finish with a sidefoot in the 84th minute proved to be the difference maker. Throughout the match, both Cole Palmer, a 21-year-old former City forward who had netted four goals against Everton in the league just days prior, and Noni Madueke had opportunities to find the back of the net.

The upcoming final on May 25 will see City face off against either Manchester United or Coventry City, a second-tier team, who will contest in their semi-final match on Sunday.

The victory brought some solace to Pep Guardiola’s side, particularly after their heartbreaking loss to Real Madrid in the quarterfinals of the Champions League, decided by penalties. Reflecting on the win, Silva expressed his satisfaction amidst a challenging week, stating, “Very happy after a very frustrating week for all of us, for me personally.” Notably, Silva himself had missed a crucial chance in the shootout against Real.

Looking ahead, City currently holds a two-point lead at the top of the Premier League table and remains in contention for a double, further underlining their dominance this season.

In contrast, Chelsea’s missed opportunities proved costly, with their last visit to Wembley ending in disappointment as they lost to Liverpool in the League Cup final with a late goal in extra time. Senegalese forward Nicolas Jackson, in particular, squandered several promising chances throughout the game.

Despite his early attempt on goal in the eighth minute, which was easily stopped by Stefan Ortega, Jackson failed to capitalize on two clear opportunities early in the second half, with Ortega denying him on both occasions. The frustration culminated with Mykhailo Mudryk’s last-ditch free kick sailing over the bar, sealing a dismal afternoon for Chelsea and their manager Mauricio Pochettino.

Notably, Chelsea’s recent record against Manchester City in the FA Cup has been less than favorable, with six losses in their last eight encounters. Last year, they suffered a third-round exit at the hands of City, further highlighting their struggles in this competition.

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