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For Man City to dominate, bigger prizes must follow Carabao Cup win

Carabao Cup Final: Sergio Aguero (19') Arsenal 0-1 Man City
Pep Guardiola and Arsene Wenger get into a touchline altercation after Sergio Aguero's opener for Man City in the Carabao Cup final.

LONDON -- Do not be fooled by the narrative, which suggests Manchester City are on the cusp of a dominant era after Pep Guardiola claimed his first trophy at the club thanks to Sunday's 3-0 Carabao Cup final victory over Arsenal.

It is often said that the first trophy is most significant but, while this may have been the one to break Guardiola's duck at the Etihad Stadium following a barren first season at the club, it was actually the sixth major trophy won by City this decade. If we are talking...

 By Simon Curtis

Stalwarts Kompany and David Silva lead Man City to Carabao Cup glory

Vincent Kompany scored en route to Manchester City's 3-0 win over Arsenal in the Carabao Cup final.

Manchester City's 3-0 defeat of Arsenal in the Carabao Cup delivered Pep Guardiola's 10th cup final win out of 11 as a coach, and the club's first trophy of the new era under the Catalan maestro.

In a season of short precision passing, a first half of mainly thud and blunder underlined the ever-changing storylines that football produces. Having lost to Wigan in the FA Cup to throw a lifeline to all those that doubted them, City sunk one of their hoodoo opponents with consummate ease in what...

Man City earn Guardiola's first trophy in England with Carabao Cup win

Manchester City won their first title of Pep Guardiola's time in charge by beating Arsenal in the Carabao Cup final.

LONDON -- Three quick thoughts on Manchester City's 3-0 win over Arsenal in the Carabao Cup final at Wembley on Sunday.

1. Man City secure Guardiola's first trophy in England

The quadruple may have gone, but Manchester City remain on course for a treble, with Pep Guardiola securing his first trophy in English football with a comfortable 3-0 Carabao Cup final victory against Arsenal at Wembley.

While League One outfit Wigan were able to embarrass City in the FA Cup, knocking the Premier League...

 By Michael Cox

Guardiola's use of Silva and De Bruyne is revolutionising English football

It may have taken two penalty shootouts en route the Carabao Cup final but Pep Guardiola is on the brink of his first trophy in English football.
Alison Bender and Don Hutchison look ahead to Sunday's Carabao Cup final between Arsenal and Manchester City.
Pep Guardiola wants Manchester City to bounce back from their Monday FA Cup loss to Wigan and win the Carabao Cup final against Arsenal on Sunday.

To paraphrase a popular co-commentary cliche: if anything, Manchester City are actually playing too well.

With the Premier League title wrapped up weeks -- if not months -- ago, the genuine brilliance of Pep Guardiola's side has almost been overlooked: there's no tension, no intrigue, no will-they-or-won't-they debates going into the run-in. They win so frequently it's almost become dull, and yet the manner of their football is anything but. Manchester City will win the Premier League this season,...

 By Nick Miller

Man City vs. Arsenal in Carabao Cup final: Which team has the edge?

The FC crew preview the league cup final between Arsenal and Manchester City, and examine what the Gunners can do to get the better of City.

The Carabao Cup is the poor relation of English football, the competition toward which most teams direct the least of their energy. But now that we are at the final stage, the Wembley arch looming, and there is actual, tangible success available, one suspects both of these teams will be taking it very seriously indeed.

There is a whopping 27-point gap between the two sides in the Premier League: in terms of only points, Arsenal are actually closer to West Brom at the bottom of the table than City...

 By Tony Evans

Arsenal, Arsene Wenger can pull off Carabao Cup final upset vs. Man City

Alison Bender and Don Hutchison look ahead to Sunday's Carabao Cup final between Arsenal and Manchester City.

Another season, another cup final. Arsene Wenger has clung to his job by winning knockout competitions, and as pressure has mounted on the Arsenal manager over the past half-decade, FA Cup successes have acted as a release valve. Winning the Carabao Cup may not be enough to keep him at the Emirates next season but victory over Manchester City at Wembley would strengthen Wenger's case for remaining in position after the summer.

To do this, the 68-year-old needs to come up with a plan to neutralize...