Manchester City and Watford reach FA Cup semi-finals

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The 25-year-old has not been selected for Belgium's squad for their upcoming games against Russian Federation and Cyprus and this is a clear indication that Romelu Lukaku is expected to be out for a long time.

The former Barcelona and Bayern Munich manager arrived at City in 2016, tasked with moving the club - which had won two Premier League titles in the previous four seasons - to the "whole new level" demanded by its Abu Dhabi owners.

It was a thrilling day of twists and turns in the Emirates FA Cup on Saturday, as both Watford and Manchester City sealed their place in the semi-final.

City made a fine start and went close three times in the first 15 minutes, but Swansea capitalised soon after - Grimes coolly dispatching a penalty after Fabian Delph tripped Connor Roberts.

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A fantastic team-based move allowed Bersant Celina to score Swansea's second before half-time.

Nobody could have seen this shock coming after the way City ruthlessly saw off Schalke in the Champions League during the week.

But City proved a different proposition after the break and the introduction of Sergio Aguero proved decisive. Not only did they dominate possession, not only did they outshoot the hosts 22-5 overall and 9-2 on goal, several of their chances missed by the thinnest of margins. Ask the people why the VAR is is some games and not here. He was raised in Norway after his family fled the war in Kosovo and was picked up by Manchester City as a teenager and was coached by Patrick Vieria at the club's much-vaunted Academy.