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Manchester City’s dreams of winning four trophies this season are ALL OVER, thanks to a 79th minute winner from Wigan’s cult hero Will Grigg.
The Lactics celebrated a famous win over the Premier League leaders which could even overshadow their famous FA Cup triumph over the side back in 2013.
Some blame lies with Kyle Walker for the goal, who let an Callum Elder pass roll past him into the path of Grigg, who pounced and sped on towards the City box.
Claudio Bravo, City’s back-up in the Cup games this season, tried in vain to narrow the angle, but Grigg instinctively fired home.
That’s was his seventh FA Cup goal of the season. Truly on fire.
Overall, it was a bad night for City, who put a lot of pressure on the League One side but failed to capitalise.
There was plenty of drama at the end of the first-half, when Fabian Delph saw red for his challenge on Max Power.
In the aftermath of the sending off, Guardiola could even be seen clashing with Wigan boss Paul Cook in the tunnel.