Wigan will host another Premier League team Southampton in next month's quarter-final having now beaten three top-flight sides in their fairytale Cup run. On a night of stirring memories for the home fans, whose unfancied side beat City in the 2013 FA Cup final and also in the quarter-final a year later, there was always electricity and the hint of a shock in the air. That only increased when referee Anthony Taylor, a yellow card already in his hand, reached for the red. Delph looked stunned, his angry team mates swarming around the official, while Guardiola seethed on the touchline. The Spaniard, already frustrated by his side's failure to break through the host's sturdy defence, had to be kept apart from Cook as they headed down the tunnel at the break. There were also some ugly scenes after the final whistle, with missiles thrown and fans hurling advertising boards onto the pitch.
Manchester City have had 80% possession in the 2nd half....with 10 men. ?February 19, 2018
Media reports said City's Argentine striker Sergio Aguero was also goaded by a Wigan fan and had to be escorted to safety. Guardiola reacted to the setback of going down to 10 men by bringing on versatile right back Walker for winger Leroy Sane at the start of the second half. He then introduced midfielder Kevin de Bruyne in place of David Silva in the 65th, with the Belgian immediately piling the pressure on Wigan's defence. But still City, 16 points clear at the top of the Premier League, heading for the last eight of the Champions League and looking forward to Sunday's League Cup final against Arsenal, failed to find a way through. Walker then let the ball run past him without realising Grigg was lurking to seize the chance to finish with a flourish. RESULT Wigan 1 (Grigg 79) 0 Man City
Manchester City's dream of four trophies this season is over after being knocked out by 46th ranked team in England, Wigan, in the FA Cup pic.twitter.com/lZRStL6jNk— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) February 19, 2018