How A Manchester City Old Boy Almost Derailed Pep Guardiola's Quadruple Bid

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The technology is in use in the FA Cup and was available at the Liberty Stadium last season, but the Football Association is reported to have opted against equipping the ground with VAR since their relegation to the Championship.

With the victory, City keeps its bid for the quadruple alive.

The visitors upped the ante after the break and pulled one back through Bernardo Silva, before an Aguero penalty went in off goalkeeper Kristoffer Nordfeldt.

"That's important because for the future, for the new players and managers who are coming, they will learn from this group of players, and this group of people, that we never give up and fight for every single game and title until the end".

"Wolves haven't reached the last four since 1997-98 and I feel they will have to wait at least another year before they reach the semi-final".

"They asked all the clubs if they want VAR and we said we want VAR all season".

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In reality, the Citizens more than deserved the win.

The penalty that tied Saturday's game and Sergio Aguero's winning header in the 88th minute both came amid controversy, as the whistle seemed weak and Aguero seemed offside.

And, just when Swansea looked to have held on to force extra time, Aguero completed the comeback two minutes from the end to send City to Wembley.

"I'm sorry it was offside".

"I don't understand why VAR is not used in this competition at this stage".

Speaking on Match of the Day, former England captain Alan Shearer said: "It is very wrong and very unfair". Swansea's players of a Premier League disposition -...

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