Arsenal 0-3 Manchester City: Aguero, Kompany and Silva net for Man City to cruise past helpless Arsenal in Carabao Cup finals

Arsenal helplessly surrendered the Carabao Cup to Manchester City as they suffered a shameful and terrible defeat at the Wembley Stadium.

Sergio Aguero, Vincent Kompany and Da Silva score cup final goals for Pep Guardiola to lift his first ever trophy in England.

Vincent Kompany celebtrates with Bravo

It was obvious and foreseeable who would win at the end of the day but time was a factor to tell and when it was apt, Aguero capitalized on a lazy Arsenal back three that consistent Chambers, Mustafi and Koscielny to put the Premier League title champions elect in charge.

Aguero couldn’t be stopped by Koscielny either

An infrequent long ball off Bravo caught the Gunner’s central defender Shkodran Mustafi out, dropped in behind the centre back and allowed Aguero to run straight through the middle of Arsenal before he chipped Ospina who was miles off his line at the 18th minute.

At the second half, Kompany doubled their lead following a corner kick he won. The Belgium International finished what he started at the 57th minute.

Kompany scored the second goal

Whereas David Silva scored City’s third and final goal when Arsenal’s captain hair to be Jack Wilshere tried to pull a ball out of the air on the corner of the penalty box and lost it, City worked Silva into the left channel of the penalty box and he finishes low across Ospina into the far corner.

Silva closed the goal chapter

The Gunners only clear cut goal scoring chance came through Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang but the Gabon International’s close range attempt was tamed by Bravo.

Ozil with despondent look

The defeat means Arsene Wenger has failed to with the EFL cup in his 22 years coaching career at Arsenal as the lost happens to be his third in the finals meanwhile Spaniard Guardiola only needed two seasons in England to lift the title and have 22 titles all together with the 21 he won in Barcelona and Bayern München

Pep Guardiola celebrates first ever trophy in England