Manchester City defeated FC Burnley in the fourth round of the FA Cup 5:0 (1:0). Gabriel Jesus (23. Minute), Bernardo Silva (52.), Kevin De Bruyne (61.) and Sergio Aguero for City, Kevin Long met in the 73. Minute into his own goal. It was not the strangest mishap of the game.

Barely ten minutes into the game, as Manchester tried to Kyle to catch Walker with a Ball in front of the outside line, and flanks him in the middle. The managed the right-back, he caught but the corner flag. It speaks to the strength of the 28-Year-old in his right leg that has the rod was not held. Two minutes it took for referee Graham Scott the broken Flag removed, and a City Manager had provided to the cheers of the spectators for a replacement.

The force of your defender to stand the rest of the City team. Danilo, as a left-back against part of Walker, Gabriel, Jesus in the box and rummaged through the Burnley defender and the scoring leaders (23.). Despite dominating in the first round, the City met only after the break again. De Bruyne put on for Silva, who shot the Ball low into the corner (52.). The Belgians, who had not found his way back after his injury, yet the Team showed against Burnley and his old class. After a nice City Pass he shot the Ball from outside the penalty area into the goal of the guests (61.).

the fourth goal owed his Team a large part of De Bruyne. His shot defender Long deflected off the inside untenable for a goalkeeper Nick Pope. While De Bruyne caught after a long time, a really good day, ran it around for Long on the opposite side the other way. Before the 0:5 for his Team, he rose to several hastily in the penalty area against his opponent, and substitute Aguero struck from the spot for the final score.

Manchester City with this home win in all competitions, in the eighth game in a row, victorious in the fifth round of the FA Cup. Yesterday had a local rival Manchester United 3:1 at Arsenal. Table leaders Liverpool was already eliminated in the third round at the Wolverhampton Wanderers.


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