Manuel Pellegrini turned his attentions to Wembley and Manchester City's three other trophy opportunities after his side
It's a good time to assess how Manchester City's five summer signings have settled in thus far. The quintet of Martin Demichelis, Fernandinho, Jesus Navas, Stevan Jovetic and Alvaro Negredo all joined the Blues and have played some role in driving City towards the top of the table, but how has each one adapted to the club?
Manchester City retained their imperious 100% home Premier League record as they denied Liverpool the chance to regain top
Manchester City's Jekyll and Hyde of a Premier League season continued with a 6-0 thrashing of Tottenham Hotspur at the Etihad
In the Premier League's glory days, before managers coached the joy out of players and words like trequartista and enganche
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini believes his team can be a threat to any side in the knockout stage of the Champions
Manchester City's decision to replace Roberto Mancini with Manuel Pellegrini this summer was greeted with widespread relief by players and supporters alike.
After the protracted sense of gloom that accompanied last season, a break was much-needed but with a new manager, new signings that have created excitement in abundance and a new, invigorating challenge, it promises to be a year to embrace.
Manchester City showed off new signings Jesús Navas, Stevan Jovetić and Álvaro Negredo as they jetted into Hong Kong airport
Sevilla president José María del Nido admits striker Alvaro Negredo is close to completing a move Manchester City. Negredo