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Manchester City Beats Bristol City 2-1 in Carabao Cup; Sergio Aguero Nets Winner

Manchester City Beats Bristol City 2-1 in Carabao Cup; Sergio Aguero Nets Winner
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-- Facebook LogoTwitter LogoCopy Link IconCarabao CupManchester City Beats Bristol City 2-1 in Carabao Cup; Sergio Aguero Nets WinnerTom LogoFeatured ColumnistJanuary 9, 2018 CommentsComment Bubble IconGareth Copley/Getty ImagesManchester City took the early initiative in their Carabao Cup semi-final against Bristol City on Tuesday and will take a 2-1 advantage to Ashton Gate later this month following their win at the Etihad Stadium. Lee Johnson's underdogs took a surprise lead when Bobby Reid converted from the penalty spot just before the break, and Sergio Aguero came on to bag a 92nd-minute winner after Kevin De Bruyne levelled early in the second half.The Robins will welcome City to Ashton Gate for the return leg on Tuesday, January 23. Chelsea will play host to Arsenal on Wednesday evening in the first leg of their EFL Cup semi-final clash.Citizens manager Pep Guardiola lined up without a recognised striker to begin with as Bernardo Silva joined regular starters Leroy Sane and Raheem Sterling in a front three, the latter slotting in as the most central of those.De Bruyne and John Stones retained their places in the XI, but there were widespread changes for the Premier League leaders as Yaya Toure, Ilkay Gundogan and Eliaquim Mangala also got nods. Attacking midfielder Oleksandr Zinchenko also made his fifth appearance of the season at left-back.The absence of a traditional striker resulted in a different approach from City, although James Robson of the Manchester Evening News debated that may not have been a bad thing:James Robson @JamesRobsonMENSterling adding another dimension to City's attack - running with the ball from deep in central areas. Don't see Aguero do that too often.
Not giving the centre backs a moment's rest either2018-1-9 20:00:29The opening 25 minutes saw the Citizens stack up scoring chances in their favour, with Leroy Sane, in particular, enjoying fruit down the left flank and giving Bristol City captain Bailey Wright all kinds of problems at right-back.Wright was also fortunate not to give away a penalty around the half-hour mark when John Stones went down in the area under his mark, replays showing the Bristol man was guilty of handling the England defender.Zinchenko was impressive for periods at left-back and constantly provided options going forward, but Mangala put Bravo's goal in peril attempting to seek out his team-mates on the flank.His pass was intercepted, and John Stones lunged in to hack down Reid before he could get a one-on-one with Bravo. Those Bristol fans who didn't make the trip were understandably overjoyed to see Reid tuck the resulting spot-kick calmly into the bottom-left, via BBC Radio Bristol:BBC Radio Bristol @bbcrbFair to say Bobby Reid’s goal went down well in the bar at Ashton Gate .

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