PICTURE: ACTION IMAGES
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR 3
(Clint Dempsey 75, Jermain Defoe 79, Gareth Bale 82)
MAN CITY 1
(Samir Nasri 5)
FA CUP SEMI-FINAL
CHELSEA 1 (Demba Ba 66)
MAN CITY 2 (Samir Nasri 35, Sergio Aguero 47)
Barring a most improbable series of results, Manchester United can now start clearing some space in their trophy cabinet.
Joe Hart’s penalty save was the turning point. Had Frank Lampard scored, the Manchester City-Chelsea encounter might have taken on a different complexion.
MAN CITY 2
(Yaya Toure 63, Carlos Tevez 85)
MAN CITY v CHELSEA
(Tomorrow, 9.30pm, SingTel mio TV Ch 102)
Chelsea’s trip to Manchester City is a battle for the heart and mind of one man.
Michael Laudrup, Neil Warnock, Arsene Wenger and Roberto Mancini have all got one thing in common.
TNP ILLUSTRATION: CEL GULAPA
Time is running out for Manchester City.
The Citizens have just 13 matches to overturn a nine-point gap from Manchester United.
Listening to Roberto Mancini lament the loss of Mario Balotelli, it’s hard not to stifle a giggle.
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