How Liverpool made history with FA Cup semi-final win over Manchester City

How Liverpool made history by beating Manchester City in the FA Cup semi-finals

Liverpool, led by Jurgen Klopp, managed to get his name further into the English football history books on Saturday, due to the club’s dropping of Manchester City.

The Reds, of course, are back in action a short time ago, making the trip to Wembley with powerful spectators set for a place in the FA Cup Final.

And when all was said and done in the English capital, marching to the competition’s masterpiece is exactly what Klopp and his cohorts did. I managed.

Not only that, but in the process, Liverpool became the first team in English football history to reach the League Cup and FA Cup final in the same season, on three separate occasions:

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By bringing attention back to the event itself on Saturday, it was of course Sadio Mane who proved the star of the show in guiding Liverpool beyond Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City.

After Ibrahim Konate opened the scoring for the match within ten minutes, Mane Al-Areed kept Liverpool out of sight before the end of the first half, taking advantage first of Zach Stephen’s fatal mistake, before hitting a superb shot in the 45th minute:

Man City, with their tally, managed to pull two goals back over the course of the second half, but in the end, hits by Jack Grealish and Bernardo Silva were left to be more than a consolation. Liverpool kept their hopes of achieving an unprecedented quartet.

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This article has been edited by
Ben Browning.

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