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Man City score three late goals to see off Newport in FA Cup

BBC News Saturday, 16 February 2019
Man City score three late goals to see off Newport in FA CupPhil Foden scores twice as Manchester City avoid an FA Cup upset by beating a stubborn Newport County to reach the quarter-finals.
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An in-depth preview of Manchester City's FA Cup fifth-round match against Newport County.

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