Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Email That concludes our commentary of the 60th EFL Cup final between Aston Villa and Manchester City! We hope you enjoyed it! Aston Villa are in action again a week from tomorrow when they face Leicester City. Manchester City play Sheffield Wednesday in midweek FA Cup action before facing Manchester United next weekend. Manchester City win their seventh EFL Cup in club history, beating Aston Villa 2-1 in a match they thoroughly controlled. The second half brought with it similar themes to the first, with Guardiola’s side dominating possession and looking to hit down the flanks, where Foden and Sterling proved too much for their opposite full-backs. Aston Villa were unable to recreate their intensity from the start of the match until it was too late as Grealish struggled mightily to influence the match. The City substitutions further cemented the gulf in quality, as De Bruyne and Bernardo Silva were more than capable replacements to hold the lead. Smith will be pleased with the way his side fought, but ultimately they were no match for a side who have now won the last three EFL Cups in a row. 90′ + 5′ FULL-TIME: ASTON VILLA 1-2 MANCHESTER CITY. 0 Prev Post ENGLISH PREMIERSHIP March 1, 2020 Next Post Vanessa Bryant ‘devastated’ over report that LA county deputies shared graphic photos of crash site. March 1, 2020 Related Posts HAPPY BIRTHDAY ASISAT OSHOALA October 9, 2020 PSG CROWNED LIGUE1 CHAMPIONS May 1, 2020 At Risk Of Losing $1.2bn, Premier League Clubs Commit To Completing Season April 20, 2020 Write A Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.