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Manchester City demonstrated their class on Saturday evening, securing a comfortable 2-0 victory over Newcastle United to advance to the FA Cup semi-final.

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Two goals, both deflected efforts from Bernardo Silva in the first half, sealed the win for City, who asserted their dominance throughout the match and never appeared threatened by Newcastle’s challenge.

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This marks City’s sixth consecutive appearance in the semi-finals, setting a new record in the competition.

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Game Highlights:
Newcastle initially thwarted a dangerous Jeremy Doku counterattack, but City broke the deadlock 13 minutes in as Silva’s shot deflected off Dan Burn, leaving Martin Dubravka helpless in goal.

Dubravka was once again beaten by a deflection on the half-hour mark as Silva struck from the edge of the box, with Sven Botman inadvertently steering the ball into his own net.

Despite Newcastle’s attempt to rally in the second half, with Dubravka denying Doku and Ruben Dias, City maintained control, thwarting any potential comeback efforts.

While Newcastle improved after the break, City’s superior quality ensured they comfortably secured their place at Wembley for the semi-finals.

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