Man City put six past Watford
Manchester City smashed Watford 6-0 on Saturday, winning the FA Cup and becoming the first male side to do the domestic treble in England.
David Silva would open the scoring for City in the 26th minute, before Gabriel Jesus made it 2-0 just before the break.
Kevin De Bruyne, Jesus and a Raheem Sterling brace would then add to Watford’s misery in the second 45.
You can watch all six of City’s goals here.
Sterling & Guardiola’s conversation goes viral
Shortly after the game, a video did the rounds on social media, showing Pep Guardiola giving Sterling a stern talking-to right after he had scored a brace in the FA Cup final:
This sums Pep Guardiola up
Raheem Sterling has just scored a hat-trick in a 6-0 FA Cup Final win to complete a domestic treble…
And he still gets a passionate lecture from his boss. Relentless pursuit of excellence. pic.twitter.com/shKIOIAjie
— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) 18 May 2019
Guardiola gives incredible coaching lecture to Sterling on pitch just minutes after Man City star’s FA Cup final heroics https://t.co/VwwZOxVkAQ
— The Sun – Man City (@SunManCity) 18 May 2019
After just winning the FA Cup, scoring two goals AND completing the first ever domestic treble… Pep Guardiola was still not satisfied with Raheem Sterling!
This proves just how amazing Pep Guardiola is as a manager! https://t.co/juzSOvlDVY
— SPORTbible (@sportbible) 18 May 2019
Raheem Sterling has since responded to the viral video in hilarious fashion.
Sterling quote tweeted the video with the caption: ‘He just said I shouldn’t have tried to steal that first goal…’.
He just said I shouldnt have tried to steal that first goal … https://t.co/jImYpPV6oj
— Raheem Sterling (@sterling7) May 18, 2019
The City attacker was, of course, referring to the Citizens’ second goal, which Gabriel Jesus scored but Sterling tried to tap in on the line.
— The Emirates FA Cup (@EmiratesFACup) 18 May 2019