Chelsea’s heart break as Man City’s quadruple dream goes on
Pep Guardiola's Man City picked up the first major trophy of the season by beating Chelsea in the Carabao cup final
Jorginho missed the first penalty for Chelsea followed by David Luiz the captain
Leroy Sane missed for City
Raheem Sterling stepped up to convert and score the winning penalty in the shootout at Wembley
Amazing scenes unfolded at the end of extra time, with goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga refusing to be replaced.
On a day when Chelsea’s goalkeeper Kepa refused to be substituted. First time seen in a major footballing country. His replacement Caballero, viewed as a penalty specialist, has a very good track record in penalty saving. A disgrace that should not happen in a football field.
When a manager orders a player to come off and the captain does nothing, in fact backing him off, it speaks volume about what’s going on at the dressing room. A John Terry, former Chelsea Captain, would never have allowed that to happen. Total disrespect to the badge.
City Dominated the first half, Chelsea's performance and confidence growing in the second half and the game going to penalties. Kepa despite saving one penalty was unable to help Chelsea win the Carabao Cup and City get the first silver ware of a possible three more to come, if they win the FA Cup, Champions League and the Premier League. Man City 4 , Chelsea 3 final result.