A 3-1 WIN for Manchester City was enough to seal a place in the Capital One Cup final at Everton’s expense.
Seamus Coleman’s Everton had won the semi-final first leg 2-1 earlier this month and scored first in the away leg tonight through Ross Barkley to double their advantage in the tie.
However, Fernandinho made it 1-1 tonight and Kevin De Bruyne put City 2-1 up on the night on 70 minutes, although Everton claimed the ball went out of play as Raheem Sterling crossed (see below).
Sergio Agüero then put City 4-3 up on aggregate on 77 minutes.
Coleman, who returned from a calf injury on Sunday against Swansea, came on with 12 minutes to go but it will be City who take on Liverpool in the final next month at Wembley.