Chelsea's outstanding season continued in the English FA Cup, as Thomas Tuchel's team defeated Manchester City 1-0. Both teams were desperate to win, so the game was tense, but Chelsea appeared to be the better team, as they pressed Manchester City hard and dominated the midfield.
Even though his team improved their rhythm in the final minutes, Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola congratulated Chelsea on their organization. Pep Guardiola also bemoaned Chelsea's use of seven midfielders, claiming that it made life difficult for Manchester City.
This season, Chelsea and Manchester City are both in the Champions League semifinals, giving them a strong chance to win the competition. Chelsea will take on Real Madrid, while Manchester City will take on PSG. This season, Manchester City is a serious contender for the English Premier League title.
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