Manchester City star, Raheem Sterling scored the first FA Cup final hat-trick since 1953 as Manchester City rounded off an outstanding season by crushing Watford at Wembley.
It was City’s 6th FA Cup triumph and their first under Guardiola, who has now prevailed upon six trophies since taking at Etihad Stadium in 2016.
They were severely rebuffed by an imperious City side, as substitute Kevin de Bruyne scored from Jesus’ pass soon after the hour prior to the Brazilian dashed clear for another objective without further ado a short time later.
Sterling scored twice in the last 10 minutes – turning in Bernardo Silva’s ideal cross before packaging in the last objective of a critical presentation from Guardiola’s side.
City guaranteed their first association and FA Cup twofold – the first occasion when it has been accomplished since Chelsea did it under Carlo Ancelotti in 2009-10.
The verifying of three trophies underscores the size of City’s accomplishment – and stresses the craving and want which has driven them this season, remarkably to complete in front of Liverpool in a persistent Premier League title race.