Pep Guardiola led Manchester city had to wait up to the 82nd minute to score a goal that clinched them a 1-0 victory and their first trophy of the season.
Laporte was the hero for Manchester city
Ayermic Laporte was the unlikely hero as he rose above everyone to nod home from a corner kick.
The game was heavily contested with both sides striving to score but it was Phil Foden who came close to scoring in the first half by hitting the post.
The victory keeps the citizens dream of winning a treble alive as the are runaways leaders in the English premier league and are in the champions league semi final where they will face Paris st Germain.
Meanwhile Totenham Hotspurs have blown their only chance of winning any trophy this season. They recently fired their head coach José Mourinho after a string of poor results and their chances of qualifying for champions league seem very minimal.
the game was also historic as it saw 8000 fans return to Wembley stadium
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