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Sunderland lead Man City at half-time in cup final

Sunderland are 1-0 up against Manchester City at half-time in the Capital One Cup final thanks to a Fabio Borini strike.

Sunderland's Fabio Borini celebrates scoring their first goal of the game. Credit: John Walton/EMPICS Sport
Sunderland fans celebrate in the stands after Borini scores. Credit: Nick Potts/PA Wire

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Man City and Sunderland fans arrive at Wembley

Manchester City and Sunderland fans are arriving at Wembley Stadium ahead of the Capital One Cup final this afternoon.

A police officer takes a picture of Sunderland fans outside Wembley. Credit: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire
Manchester City and Sunderland fans on Wembley Way. Credit: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire
Sunderland fan's Mark Walker and Jamie Walker outside Wembley. Credit: Nick Potts/PA Wire

Central London swamped by football fans ahead of final

Sunderland fans descended upon Covent Garden in central London last night ahead of their team's League Cup final against Manchester City at Wembley Stadium today.

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Heavy wind and rain hits Man City's Etihad Stadium

High winds and heavy rain have caused the Manchester City game against Sunderland to be called off.

A member of the public makes his way through high wind and heavy rain, past a blown over programme stand. Credit: Dave Thompson/PA Wire
Groundstaff remove the corner flags after the match was postponed. Credit: Dave Thompson/PA Wire
People struggle to walk as heavy wind and rain lashes down outside the Etihad Stadium. Credit: Dave Thompson/PA Wire

Manchester City put six goals past Arsenal

Manchester City's Sergio Aguero (centre) celebrates after scoring his side's first goal of the game Credit: Lynne Cameron/EMPICS Sport

Manchester City continued their sensational home form to win 6-3 against table-topping Arsenal in the Premier League.

Goals from Sergio Aguero, Alvaro Negredo, Luis Fernandinho (twice), David Silva and Yaya Toure helped the home side go up to second in the league .

CSKA Moscow fans in full voice for Man City clash

CSKA Moscow fans are pictured singing and supporting their team against Manchester City tonight at the Etihad Stadium in the Champions League - just two weeks after city midfielder Yaya Toure was targeted by the Russian club's fans with racial abuse during a match in Moscow.

The abuse lead to a UEFA punishment and one of the single-tiered ends of Arena Khimki will be closed when CSKA host Bayern Munich later this month.

A group of CSKA Moscow fans cheer on their team in Manchester after making the long journey from Russia. Credit: Martin Rickett/PA Wire/Press Association Images
A tattooed-CSKA Moscow fan braves the cold weather conditions in Manchester. Credit: Martin Rickett/PA Wire/Press Association Images
Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini warned CSKA Moscow fans against repeating their racist abuse of City midfielder Yaya Toure. Credit: Martin Rickett/PA Wire/Press Association Images
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