GALLERY: CITY STING HORNETS WITH A SUPER SIX

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Manchester City scored six goals against Watford in the FA Cup final at Wembley, becoming the first ever team to win all four major domestic titles in the same season.


In our 61st competitive game, City concluded a long season in fine style, with Gabriel Jesus, Raheem Sterling both netting twice, with Kevin De Bruyne and David Silva also on the scoresheet to give Pep Guardiola his first FA Cup win.


It was an historic day for City, not least because it completed a domestic clean sweep, but also because 50 years ago Joe Mercer guided the Club to FA Cup glory with a 1-0 win over Leicester City.


The goals flowed considerably more in the 2019 instalment, with Silva opening the scoring with a sweet strike in the 26th minute, before Jesus double our lead before the break.


De Bruyne was introduced at half-time and put in a man of the match display, netting the third before Jesus and a Sterling brace completed the rout.


Relive the final game of City's season in the gallery below...


ANNIVERSARY: The players donned replicas of City's 1969 FA Cup winning kit in the warm-up


1. ANNIVERSARY:


The players donned replicas of City's 1969 FA Cup winning kit in the warm-up


SUPER SERGE: Since Aguero joined City, no other player has more FA Cup goals. (18)


2. SUPER SERGE:


Since Aguero joined City, no other player has more FA Cup goals. (18)


EYES ON THE PRIZE: The FA Cup!


3. EYES ON THE PRIZE:


The FA Cup!


EL MAGO: David Silva opens the scoring


4. EL MAGO:


David Silva opens the scoring


SILVA SPRINGS: A flying celebration from the Spaniard


5. SILVA SPRINGS:


A flying celebration from the Spaniard


MAKING SURE OF IT: R̶a̶h̶e̶e̶m̶ ̶S̶t̶e̶r̶l̶i̶n̶g̶ Gabriel Jesus doubles City's lead...


6. MAKING SURE OF IT:


R̶a̶h̶e̶e̶m̶ ̶S̶t̶e̶r̶l̶i̶n̶g̶ Gabriel Jesus doubles City's lead...


TEAM: The duo don't seem to mind who gets the goal credit


7. TEAM:


The duo don't seem to mind who gets the goal credit


PEP TALK FOR VINNIE: The manager instructs the captain


8. PEP TALK FOR VINNIE:


The manager instructs the captain


KDB: The Belgian makes it three for City just six minutes after coming onto the pitch


9. KDB:


The Belgian makes it three for City just six minutes after coming onto the pitch


NO DOUBT: There's no questioning who scored City's fourth


10. NO DOUBT:


There's no questioning who scored City's fourth


STERLING EFFORT: No doubt about the fifth either


11. STERLING EFFORT:


No doubt about the fifth either


SIX OF THE BEST: Sterling gets a second for him, and a sixth for City - a record in an FA Cup final at the new Wembley


12. SIX OF THE BEST:


Sterling gets a second for him, and a sixth for City - a record in an FA Cup final at the new Wembley



[Source : Manchester City Football Club Official Website : Read More]