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Manchester United surprises rival City in the FA Cup final despite Jeremy Doku scoring

Manchester United surprises rival City in the FA Cup final despite Jeremy Doku scoring

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Manchester United

  1. 30′ – Goal – Alejandro Garnacho (0 – 1)
  2. 39′ – Goal – Kobe Maino (0 – 2)
  3. 45+1′ – Yellow – Kobe Maino
  1. 57′ – Continue. Kevin De Bruyne by Julian Alvarez
  2. 73′ – Continue. Lisandro Martinez to Jonny Evans
  3. 74′ – Continue. Marcus Rashford by Rasmus Hoglund
  4. 87′ – Goal – Jeremy Doku (1 – 2)
  5. 90+3′ – Continue. Alejandro Garnacho by Victor Lindelof
  6. 90+3′ – Continue. Scott McTominay of Mason Mount
  7. 90+5′ – Yellow – Scott McTominay
  8. 90+8′ – Yellow – Julian Alvarez

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30′

Alejandro Garnacho

0 – 1

Alejandro Garnacho

30′

39′

Kobe Maino

0 – 2

Kobe Maino

39′

87′

Jeremy Doku

87′

Jeremy Doku

1 – 2

Manchester United added some spark to their lackluster season with victory in the FA Cup final. This put a damper on their city rivals City, who only saw a poor first half as the result of substitute Jeremy Doku: 1-2. Kevin De Bruyne was replaced.

The FA Cup Final in a nutshell

  1. Key moment

    At half the hour there is a misunderstanding in City’s defence. Gvardiol returns to the next goalkeeper Ortega and Jarnacho takes advantage. Then the city falls behind.

  2. Man of the match

    Kobbie Mainoo was indispensable to United’s tactical plan and was inexhaustible defensively. He also made the smart 0-2.

  3. distinct

    A thirteenth FA Cup win saves Manchester United’s season to some extent. It also gives United a European ticket to the Europa League, which would not have been possible through the competition.

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A dramatic first half breaks City apart

In a re-release of last year’s final, the picture of the match quickly became clear: Manchester City attacked patiently, and Manchester United relied on their organization and relied on counter-attacks.

That plan made perfect sense. Kevin De Bruyne, Phil Foden and Bernardo Silva were unable to press much and City were a gift in defence. A misunderstanding between Gvardiol and goalkeeper Ortega was exploited by Jarnacho: 0-1.

The goal gave United confidence, leading to the score 0-2. After a brilliant attack and a wonderful assist from Fernandes, Kobe Maino doubled United’s lead.

City did not find the equalizer until a few minutes before the end. Substitute Jeremy Doku found an opening at the short corner for 1-2. Before that, Haaland had already hit the crossbar and Alvarez had a shot wide.

De Bruyne sat on the bench to watch the match for half an hour. He saw how his teammates did not exceed the equalizer; Much to the delight of everyone wearing red at Wembley.

For United coach Erik Ten Hag, the trophy is a huge boost. It also gives Manchester United a European ticket, which would not have been possible by competing beyond eighth place. Let’s wait and see if Ten Hag can save his skin, because after the worst season in the last 34 years, his C4 looks ready.

Watch the final goals

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Stage after stage

Julian Alvarez (Manchester City) whistles from the referee. He made a huge effort in dealing with Rasmus Hoglund (Manchester United).

Kyle Walker (Manchester City) managed to score, but his shot was blocked.

Manchester United player Bruno Fernandes shot a powerful ball, but his shot went wide of the goal.

Julian Alvarez takes a corner kick for Manchester City. He drops the ball in the middle in front of the goal.

An additional 7 minutes will be added.

A shot from Manchester City player Manuel Akanji, but his shot went wide of the goal.

Jeremy Doku (Manchester City) succeeds in scoring, but his shot is blocked.

Doku scores

Jeremy Doku is doing it for Manchester City. Our compatriot moves and shoots from outside the sixteen area into the short corner. The ball is unstoppable, but Onana is not released: 1-2.

Jeremy Doku can score for Manchester City. Credit for the assist goes to Phil Foden.

Scott McTominay (Manchester United) blows the whistle from the referee. He got tough with Jeremy Doku (Manchester City).

Raising the line referee’s flag: Raphael Varane (Manchester United) was offside.

Kyle Walker (Manchester City) whistles from the referee. He got tough with Alejandro Garnacho (Manchester United).