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Manchester City beat Man United 2-1 to win FA Cup




Manchester City beat Man United 2-1 to win FA Cup in thrilling encounter, setting themselves for possible treble trophy haul

Manchester City have won the FA cup after captain Ilkay Gundogan’s double put Pep Guardiola’s side on track for the treble with a 2-1 win over Manchester United.

Manchester United’s ambitions to thwart their neighbours in the first cup final between the Manchester clubs got off to a nightmare, when Gundogan scored a sumptuous volley from Erling Haaland’s pass after 16 seconds — the fastest goal in this showpiece, breaking Roberto Di Matteo’s record for Chelsea against Middlesbrough in 1997.

Defensive midfielder Rodri almost doubled City’s lead shortly afterwards but his effort went narrow. United were level just after thirty minutes when the VAR ruled that Jack Grealish had committed handball leading to Bruno Fernandes goal from the penalty spot..

United gained the ascendancy while Pep Guardiola’s side struggled for their usual rhythm but in the second half, Gundogan met a Kevin De Bruyne free-kick, this time with his left foot, a shot which passed through David de Gea’s right hand just seven minutes into the second half.

Gundogan almost scored a hat-trick when De Gea saved from Haaland and he dispatched the rebound from an offside position.

Manchester City beat Man United 2-1 to win FA Cup in thrilling encounter, setting themselves for possible treble trophy haulManchester City beat Man United 2-1 to win FA Cup in thrilling encounter, setting themselves for possible treble trophy haul

United are the only English team to have won the full set of league, cup and European Cup when Alex Ferguson’s celebrated side completed that particular clean sweep in 1998/99


City take on Inter Milan in next weekend’s Champions League final and sealed a fifth Premier League title in six seasons last month.


I Still Get Attacked By People – Yakubu Aiyegbeni Reveals




In a recent interview, former Nigerian football star Yakubu Aiyegbeni has revealed that he continues to receive messages and criticisms from fans, years after his infamous miss during the 2010 FIFA World Cup match against South Korea.

The moment, etched into football history, occurred during Nigeria’s crucial group stage game against South Korea. With the score tied at 2-2 and a spot in the knockout stages on the line, Aiyegbeni found himself with what seemed like an open goal opportunity. However, to the shock of fans worldwide, he missed the chance, leaving Nigeria unable to secure the much-needed victory.


Despite this moment happening over a decade ago, Aiyegbeni expressed his surprise at the ongoing messages he receives about the miss. “I still get messages from people, different messages,” he stated in the interview. “It’s surprising how that moment still sticks with people, even after all these years.”

The striker, who had a successful career playing for clubs like Everton and Portsmouth in the English Premier League, admitted that the miss was a tough moment in his career. “Of course, it was a big moment, and I wish it had gone differently. But in football, you have highs and lows,” he remarked.

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Napoli Sack Rudi Garcia, Announce Mazzarri As Replacement




Serie A giants Napoli have announced the departure of coach Rudi Garcia after a poor spell and announced his successor with immediate effect

Reigning Serie A champions Napoli have announced the departure of French manager Rudi Garcia after a poor run of form that sees the Partenopei handing on to faint hopes of defending the Scudetto title won last season.

Napoli have only claimed one win in their last four matches in all competitions, trailing Serie A leaders Inter by 10 points while also trailing Real Madrid in the UEFA Champions League by five points.

Osimhen gets new coach as Napoli reportedly appoint Walter Mazzarri to replace Rudi Garcia


With the Partenopei looking a lot worse than they did at this stage last season, Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis has chosen to act swiftly before things get out of hand.

The club chief revealed that Garcia had been relieved of his duty, after posting a message on social media platform X to announce the arrival of the Frenchman’s replacement.

Napoli announce Garcia successor
That replacement is a former Napoli manager Walter Mazzarri[url][/url], who was welcomed back to the club by De Laurentiis, who was also the owner during his last spell at the club.

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