Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City Achieve Impressive Milestone in FA Cup With Huddersfield Thrashing

Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City Achieve Impressive Milestone in FA Cup With Huddersfield Thrashing

Byron Pillay
updated at January 7, 2024 at 5:53 PM
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  • Phil Foden scored twice as Manchester City beat Huddersfield Town in the third round of the FA Cup
  • The Cityzens scored five goals to achieve a new milestone with Per Guardiola in charge of the side
  • Kevin de Bruyne returned from a lengthy injury to provide an assist for Jeremy Doku to score the fifth

Manchester City are indeed a machine with Pep Guardiola at the helm.

The Spanish manager has achieved a lot of success with the side since joining in 2016, and his team refuses to take their foot off the pedal.

Pep Guardiola has plenty reasons to smile after Manchester City's thrashing of Huddersfield Town.
Pep Guardiola's Manchester City achieved an impressive feat when they beat Huddersfield Town in the FA Cup. Image: Alex Livesey.
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City once again proved how lethal they can be, during a game against Huddersfield Town, when they secured an impressive 5-0 win.

Even though Erlin Haaland is still injured, and Kevin de Bruyne has only returned from injury, City were expected to run riot. The manner in which they secured the win, though, saw them reach a new milestone at home.

With City looking to defend their FA Cup title, Guardiola's men will look to add on to those impressive numbers.

Foden's double guides City to victory

While City were expected to brush Huddersfield aside easily, they did have to wait till the half-hour mark to open the scoring.

Phil Foden scored in the 33rd minute with a vicious shot to give his side the lead and open the floodgates.

Foden then grabbed the fourth goal of the game with a long-range effort, reported.

De Bruyne returns to the fold

Kevin de Bruyne has not featured for City since August but returned in a big way.

The Belgian came on as a substitute in the second half and set up Jeremy Doku for the fifth and final goal of the game.

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Guardiola on the brink of history

Sports Brief also reported that Pep Guardiola could make history as the manager with the most wins in the competition if his team overcomes the Copa Libertadores champions in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

The Spaniard has won the competition three times - twice with Barcelona and the third after taking over Bayern, who won the 2013 UCL. He would win his fourth if he guided Man City to victory on Friday.

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Byron Pillay
Byron Pillay is a sports writer and Head of the Department at Sports Brief (joined in 2022) with over 10 years of experience in community journalism and a degree in journalism from Caxton's Cadet School.
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