Manchester City will head to St James’ Park to face Newcastle United in the FA Cup quarter-finals. Rival fans have been left fuming once again, as they claim City were handed an “easy” match.
“Wtf is it with Man City and getting easy draws,” tweeted one Liverpool fan.
Another Reds supporter said: “How the f*** do Man City always get an easy draw?”
One Liverpool fan added: “Newcastle v City(another easy draw 4 City)”
“Man City getting another easy draw? Never!” said a Liverpool supporter.
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An Arsenal fan tweeted: “Man City and their p*** easy cup draws ever season needs investigating.”
One Gunners fan said: “Man city with an easy draw again.”
“Man city easy draw again #FACup,” said another supporter.
A United fan, meanwhile, said: “Mancity getting an easy draw as usual not to hurt Pep’s feelings.”
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A Red Devils supporter claimed: “Unbelievable how many more easy draws will Man City get! Shocking.”
“How lucky are @ManCity always. Newcastle away. Easy draw again,” said another Twitter user.
“We need to have a serious conversation on how Man City keep getting easy draws in all competitions,” added another fan.
“Man City and easy draw all the time,” added one United supporter.
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City made it into the FA Cup quarter-final draw after dispatching Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough.
Sergio Aguero scored the only goal of the game, as City strolled into the next round.
Despite the scoreline, the Citizens could have scored a number of more goals, with Riyad Mahrez running the match.
But, the win was marred by the news of an injury concern to Kevin de Bruyne.
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The Belgian was left out of the 18-man squad for the match, after falling awkwardly against Aston Villa in the Carabao Cup final on Sunday.
“The important thing is that we are there and it’s better to go to Newcastle than go out,” said Guardiola. “We wanted to be in the draw and we are still alive. It is FA Cup.
“Now we are going to watch United against Derby. The challenge is the next game. We’ve spent a lot of mental energy in the last two weeks, but the players are ready to fight.
“Kevin had a problem here, he was not fit. He fell down in a bad position on his back. We don’t know how long (he could be out). I don’t know.”
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