Manchester City 2-1 Manchester United: FA Cup final


In the first all-Manchester city final in the competition’s history, which dates back to 1871–1872, City’s victory, which completed the Double, occurred. It took two Ilkay Gündogan volleys—the first in the final was scored in only 13 seconds and was the quickest goal in history—to defeat United after they tied the score on a Bruno Fernandes penalty kick.

Given that David de Gea was immobile for the first goal and failed to save a second strike that bounced twice, both of Gündogan’s goals may have been stopped, even though it’s possible that the goalkeeper was blind. Erik ten Hag, whose team was attempting to win both the FA Cup and the Carabao Cup, described both goals as soft when questioned if it was unprofessional to let up the first one so quickly.

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