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Wigan Stun 10-Man City In FA Cup Clash

Wigan Stun 10-Man City In FA Cup Clash

"But if the Gunners get the better of City at Wembley, City risk finishing the season with just one trophy, which looks set to be the Premier League title".

They were caught on the break in the 79th minute when Grigg capitalised on a mistake from Kyle Walker and slotted past Claudio Bravo. I think people know how football is and what fans can do in a certain moment, they can get carried away.

It is the third time in six seasons that the League One team have made it to the last eight of the FA cup. We worked really hard.

The match itself was also a fiery affair, with City manager Pep Guardiola and Wigan counterpart Paul Cook involved in a heated confrontation in the wake of Fabian Delph's controversial red card on the stroke of half-time. From Pep's point of view he wants the game played, and correctly so.

"As soon as people were on the pitch, we immediately deployed our resources to the front of the stands, where they were able to keep the two groups of supporters apart and prevent any further disruption".

The first half showcased a match that was much more open than most expected to see, especially with the quality line-up rolled out by Guardiola. "It was the decision and nothing happened (between him and Cook)".

City were concerned that Wigan fans were allowed to approach the away end after the game
City were concerned that Wigan fans were allowed to approach the away end after the game

Guardiola later played down that incident, suggesting he had been annoyed that Cook had left his technical area. "They had one chance and scored". I don't have regrets with the way we played, the performance, the heart.

"So I can not forget what happened here against Wolves (in a previous round), when he saved two rounds of penalties, and the way he played".

Click on the link above to follow the action live, while we will have analysis and reaction from the final FA Cup fifth round clash right here at Pro Soccer Talk. "I did not see it".

Sergio Aguero is restrained by a Wigan player and a Manchester City staffer during a brief altercation with a Wigan fan.

Sources have told ESPN FC that City will seek an explanation from Wigan about how the pitch invasion was allowed to happen, with players' safety put in danger.

An advertising hoarding thrown from the City section, which appeared to hit a police officer, will also be studied.

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