Manchester City and Watford reach FA Cup semi-finals

Rex Christensen
March 17, 2019

Over in South Wales, there was a thrilling tie between Swansea City and Manchester City in which the Championship outfit stormed into a two-goal lead in the first half.

The Premier League leaders mounted a stunning recovery to overcome the daunting deficit after Sterling and Aguero entered the fray either side of the hour mark but the win was achieved in controversial circumstances with the equaliser and Aguero's victor hotly disputed.

'I don't like to lose games when the decisions are wrong but the referees don't want to make wrong decisions, but they must be helped.

There was also debate over City's equaliser, which came from the penalty spot after Cameron Carter-Vickers was adjudged to have fouled Raheem Sterling.

Pep Guardiola's team roared back from a two-goal half-time deficit to score three times after the break, with Sergio Aguero grabbing a disputed late victor in a 3-2 victory.

Secondly, if it's a penalty or offside like the people say then I'm sorry.

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Raul Jimenez and Diogo Jota sent Wolves into the semi-finals of the FA Cup for the first time in 21 years with two goals in six second-half minutes, with United only having Marcus Rashford's late consolation to show for their efforts. "It is not easy". "When we analyse the game we deserved to win by far". "It could have gone either way, Congratulations to Swansea who played very well and made it hard but we kept going, pressing and eventually the goals came".

Swansea said the club was set up to use VAR given their history of being in the Premier League between 2011 and 2018.

"You need these kinds of situations to go through, because there are a lot of games and different competitions every three days".

Let us know in the comments. "It's not nice but thankfully nothing happened", he said.

Police match commander Supt Steve Jones said the safety of supporters, players, officials and those who work at these games was "paramount".

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