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One set-piece, two controversial refereeing decisions and a superb performance by goalkeeper Khiara Keating ensured Manchester City’s progress to the FA Cup quarter-finals.

Both teams were chasing their first piece of silverware in some time, with Arsenal having won just one trophy in the last five years.

The first half was cagey as the sides kept possession rather than taking a more risky approach that would leave them vulnerable to a counter-attack.

City, despite the dynamism of Khadija Shaw, Chloe Kelly and Lauren Hemp, did not register a shot on target.

England manager Sarina Wiegman, who was watching in the stands, will have been pleased to see her captain Leah Williamson put in a strong performance in just her second start since returning from an ACL injury. She was Arsenal’s best player for large spells, switching play with pinpoint diagonal passes and clearing a Shaw header off the line.

Manchester City goalkeeper Khiara Keating produced an excellent display against Arsenal

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