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Manchester City qualifies for FA Cup semi-finals

Manchester City continued their impressive run in the FA Cup, reaching the semi-finals for the sixth successive season, a record that underscores their consistency and strength in domestic competitions. Under the guidance of esteemed manager Pep Guardiola, City achieved a comfortable 2-0 victory over Newcastle United at the Etihad Stadium, showcasing their class and tactical superiority.

Man City dominates as always

The match kicked off with Manchester City asserting their dominance early on. Portuguese maestro Bernardo Silva opened the scoring just 13 minutes into the game. His strike, a result of deft ball control and precision, found the back of the net after taking a significant deflection off Newcastle's Dann Burn, catching the goalkeeper off-guard and setting the tone for the rest of the match. The same Bernardo Silva continued to be a thorn in Newcastle's side, doubling City's lead before the half-hour mark. In a somewhat déjà vu moment, Silva's shot once again changed direction en route to goal, this time off Newcastle's Sven Botman, leaving the goalkeeper stranded and the City fans in raptures. Silva's knack for being in the right place at the right time and his clinical finishing were on full display, as he became the driving force behind City's attack.

Newcastle struggling

For Newcastle United, the defeat was another chapter in their long wait for a major trophy since their FA Cup win in 1955. Despite reaching the League Cup final last season under Eddie Howe's leadership, The Magpies fell short, losing to Manchester United. This latest defeat to Manchester City in the FA Cup quarter-finals adds to their ongoing quest for silverware, underscoring the challenges they face against the Premier League's elite.

One step closer

Manchester City's march into the FA Cup semi-finals cements their status as one of England's top teams, capable of consistent excellence in both domestic and European competitions. As they prepare for their next challenge, the team's depth, skill, and tactical acumen under Guardiola will be key factors in their quest for more silverware. Looking at the remaining teams, only a semi-final against Liverpool could really keep Man City out of the FA Cup final. But Liverpool first has to deal with the other Manchester club tomorrow.

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