Manchester City win FA Cup final

Manchester City win FA Cup final

Yaya Toure scored the winner for Manchester City at Wembley as they lifted the FA Cup to end a 35-year wait for a major trophy.

The midfielder got the all-important goal in the 74th minute after pinball in the Stoke area, with team-mates David Silva and Mario Balotelli also involved.

Toure smashed the ball home after it was deflected to him by Marc Wilson and that was enough to give his side victory.

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