League Cup: Manchester City Emerge Champions Again
Manchester City have ticked the first box correctly as far as winning trophies this season is concerned.
The Cityzens won a dramatic penalty shoot-out to win the Carabao Cup against Chelsea on Sunday.
While many had expected a feast of goals in the League cup final going by the pedigree of the strike force available the two teams played out a goalless draw in 120 minutes of action with Chelsea producing a brave display against last season's winners, but City prevailed 4-3 on penalties with Jorginho and David Luiz missing for the Blues.
Leroy Sane also missed for City, but Raheem Sterling netted the decisive kick to give Pep Guardiola's team their first trophy of the season as they target the quadruple.
After trying endlessly with no way through, the match went to penalties and both of Arrizabalaga and Ederson made saves from the first three spot kicks, but Luiz struck the post with Chelsea's fourth and it proved costly as Bernardo Silva and Sterling wrapped up victory for City.
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