London: Manchester City have reached the fourth round of the FA Cup after beating Swindon Town 4/1 on Friday night in the third round of the competition. City advanced with Bernardo Silva in the 14th minute, before his Brazilian teammate Gabriel Jesus added the second goal in the 28th minute. In the 59th minute, Ilkay Gundogan scored the third goal, but Harry McCready scored the first goal for Swindon in the 78th minute In the 82nd minute Cole Palmer completed a Manchester City in Quad. The match saw Gabriel Jesus waste a penalty kick in the 62nd minute. Manchester City extended their control over match events from the start, and proved their superiority over their opponent, who joined their team. area of rigor from the beginning for fear of receiving a goal in advance. Despite Swindon’s defensive acumen, Manchester City managed to score the first goal with Portuguese Bernardo Silva, who received a cross from Cole Palmer, hitting the net, announcing his team’s progress in the 14th minute. of one occasion, the second the goal was scored, in middle of a defensive block of the home team. In the 28th minute Manchester City scored their second goal with the Brazilian Gabriel Jesus, who took advantage of Kevin De Bruyne’s pass inside thearea penalty to put the ball in net. The rest of the first half saw nothing new, so the referee whistled for City in advantage for 2-0. In the second half, City continued to dominate, which led to the third goal in the 59th minute with Germany’s Ilkay Gundogan. Jesus missed a penalty kick in the 62nd minute, to prevent his team from adding a fourth goal, and in the 78th minute Harry McKirdy scored the first goal for Swindon, after receiving a pass from Jonathan Williams, McKirdy scored the goal against City. Cole Palmer scored Manchester City’s fourth goal in the 82nd minute, after receiving a ball inside thearea, to hit him on the far right of Swindon’s door. The remainder of the second half saw nothing new, so the referee blew his whistle at the end of the match, with City winning 4/1 (DPA).
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