FA Cup: Manchester City 3 goals past Swansea to win the 5th round tie. The match Swansea vs Man City ended in a 1-3 win for Manchester City.
Pep Guardiola made 7 changes to the side that beat Liverpool last time. Raheem Sterling, Ikay Gungogan, Rodri, and Bernardo Silva retained their places. Steffen came between the post to replace Ederson.
The Spanish manager changed the entire back 4. Kyle Walker, Eric Garcia, Amaeric Laporte, and Benjamin Mendy started the match while Zinchenko, Cancelo, and John Stones were dropped.
Manchester City take the lead
The 1st goal of the match came in the 30th minute. It was Kyle Walker who scored directly from a cross. Walker tried to whip a cross towards the back from the right flank.
Ferran Torres failed to make contact and the stranded Woodman cannot reach in time.
City’s second goal
The 2nd goal of the match came in the 47th minute. It was Raheem Sterling who doubled the lead for City.
Rodri won the ball in the middle of the park and found Sterling in acres of space. Sterling had space and time to place his effort in the bottom-right corner past Woodman to score the 2nd goal for Guardiola’s side.
Man City grab a 3-goals cushion
It was Gabriel Jesus who gave Manchester City a 3-goals lead. The visitors took complete control of the game. Silva floated a header into the path of the Brazilian in the box. He brushed off the attempt of Latibeaudiere to win the ball.
Jesus swiveled it before smashing a strike with his left foot in the bottom-left corner.