Capital One Cup final v Sunderland 2 March 2014 - Manchester City FC

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City 3-1 Sunderland

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City 3
Sunderland 1

Sunday 2nd March 2014

Posted by @baileymcfc

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City have won the Capital One Cup for the first time since 1976.

Two second half goals in ninety seconds from Yaya Toure and Samir Nasri and a late third from Jesus Navas were enough to see off a gallant Sunderland side and give Manuel Pellegrini his first major silverware as a manager in Europe.

Now the Blues will set their sights on adding the other two domestic trophies and staging a remarkable Champions League survival act whilst the Black Cats will concentrate on preserving their Premier League status.

Both can feel relatively confident after this fine advert for the game with Sunderland’s perspiration eventually outdone by City’s inspiration.

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Capital One Cup Final

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Match Stats

Possession
  • Duration: 96 minutes
  • Home possession: 61%
  • Away possession: 39%
On Target
  • Home: 6
  • Away: 3
Fouls
  • Home: 13
  • Away: 10
Offsides
  • Home: 0
  • Away: 4

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