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Late goals from Ilkay Gundogan and Kevin De Bruyne sealed their spot in the last four at Goodison Park as Pep Guardiola’s side look to make history.

City just about edged a tight opening 45 minutes on Merseyside as England star Raheem Sterling tested stand in keep Joao Virginia.

Neither side were really able to get a grip on it after the restart as Sterling again brought a brave stop from Virginia and Richarlison lashed just wide.

But with the momentum heading in City’s direction late their star quality finally snapped Everton’s resistance.

The impressive Virginia showed cat like reflexes to tip Aymeric Laporte’s effort onto the bar but with the Everton back line unable to react the on fire Gundogan pounced from close range.

Carlo Ancelotti’s side did almost storm up the other an equalise as Ederson denied Dominic Calvert-Lewin.

But Belgian star De Bruyne wrapped it up in added time as he latched onto Rodri’s pass to fire home.

Full Time from Goodison Park it’s Everton 0 Manchester City 2

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