Manchester City (hereinafter referred to as Man City) advanced to the final of the FA Cup, boosting hopes for a third crown of the season.
Man City won 3-0 in the 2022-2023 FA Cup semi-final match against Sheffield United held at Wembley Stadium in London, England on the 22nd (local time).
As a result, Manchester City will meet the winner of the Manchester United-Brighton & Hove Albion match on the 23rd in the FA Cup final.
Man City will re-enter the FA 토토사이트Cup final four years after winning in 2019 and challenge for the 7th victory in the competition.
After winning the championship in 2019, they were eliminated in the semifinals for the last three consecutive years, but this year they broke through the semifinals.
Man City, which runs second in the English Premier League this season, is also in the semifinals of the European Football Federation Champions League (UCL), opening up the possibility of a ‘treble’ that sweeps titles from its own league, FA Cup, and European Champions League.
In the 2018-2019 season, Manchester City also won three crowns, including the FA Cup, Premier League, and League Cup.
This year, instead of being knocked out in the quarter-finals of the League Cup competition, they advanced all the way to the semi-finals of the European Champions League.
Until now, Manchester United is the only case in which an English team has won three titles in one season, including the League, FA Cup and European Champions League, with Manchester United in 1999.
Expanding across Europe, in 2020 Bayern Munich (Germany) won domestic leagues, cups and the European Champions League.
Man City won comfortably against Sheffield, an English second division team, with Riyad Mahrez scoring three goals alone on the day.
Mahrez scored the first goal with a penalty kick in the 43rd minute of the first half, and scored goals with his left foot in the 16th and 21st minutes of the second half, taking responsibility for all 3 goals for the team.
It has been 65 years since Alex Dawson, then Manchester United, scored a hat-trick in the FA Cup semi-finals in 1958.