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Tuchel Beats Guardiola To The FA Cup Final & Becomes The First Ever German Manager To Do This.

Chelsea and Manchester City clashed once more in a match of paramount importance and significance. It was the FA Cup Semi-Finals, and these two Giants were trying to outdo each other in order to book their place in the final. You've made it to the finals.

Photo: Wembley Stadium

A match between Thomas Tuchel and Pep Guardiola, two of the most decorated and accomplished managers in the world of football, in a battle for one of Europe's most exciting cups.

Tuchel has been outstanding since taking over as Chelsea's manager. His brilliance has helped Chelsea climb out of the Premier League's bottom four to a position of strength. With a clean sheet today, they will have 14 clean sheets in 19 games, including victories over Porto and Atletico Madrid to qualify for the UCL Semi Finals, as well as the chance to be the coach to lead the club to their 15th FA Cup Final and fourth FA Cup final in five seasons.

Guardiola of Manchester City has been outstanding in the Premier League and throughout Eruope. City are in the EFL Finals, UCL Semi Finals, on course to win the Premier League, and now the FA Cup semis, and the Spanish coach is aiming for a quadruple this season. In this battle of the best of the best, who will deliver once more?

Tuchel was victorious at the end of the game, as Chelsea defeated Manchester City 1-0 to advance to the FA Cup Finals.

Guardiola is defeated by Tuchel. To the FA Cup Final, and is now the first German manager to reach the final of the English FA Cup. Chelsea, Chelsea Football Club,

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