Man United To Face Chelsea In Tasty FA Cup Semi-Final Affair

Tanya Simon
June 29, 2020

Manchester City stayed on course to defend their FA Cup crown by beating quarter-final opponents Newcastle 2-0 at St James' Park.

The two sides faced each other in a Wembley semi-final three years ago, where Arsene Wenger's side managed to prevail over Pep Guardiola before going on to lift the cup.

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The FA Cup semi-finals are scheduled to take place behind closed doors over the weekend of 18-19 July at Wembley Stadium with the FA Cup final set for Saturday 1 August.

Raheem Sterling added a fine second 22 minutes from time as City booked their a last-four slot.

De Bruyne popularly known as KDB, is the first City player to score a goal on his birthday since Nolito against Everton in October 2016.

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Newcastle have conceded two or more goals in 20 of their last 24 matches against City in all competitions.

There were 1.7m BBC online stream requests for the United victory and 1.1m for City's triumph.

Arsenal responded with an injury-time victor through Dani Ceballos to seal their return to Wembley and move two wins closer to lifting a first trophy under Arteta, who was appointed Unai Emery's successor in November.

Striker Tammy Abraham had a goal ruled out for offside and then Barkley found space in the area to clip in Willian's measured cross past Kasper Schmeichel.

Elsewhere, it was another away win secured in the dying moments as Arsenal beat Sheffield United 2-1 at Brammal Lane.

Harry Maguire struck an extra-time victor as United saw off 10-man Norwich in the first quarter-final on Saturday, while Chelsea beat Leicester 1-0 on Sunday thanks to Ross Barkley's second-half strike.

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