Demba Ba Scores a Sensational Goal Against Manchester City in FA Cup Semi-Final [VIDEO]

Demba Ba scored a sensational goal against Manchester City today in the FA Cup Semi-Final at Wembley Stadium.

The goal helped bring Chelsea back into the match to make it 2-1 to Manchester City after earlier goals from Samir Nasri and Sergio Aguero.

Demba Ba has a knack for scoring incredible goals. His over-the-shoulder goal for Chelsea against Manchester United in the FA Cup quarter-final helped knock United out of the cup. And now here’s another sensational goal from Demba Ba, where he twists and turns to knock the ball into the far corner and into the net:


5 thoughts on “Demba Ba Scores a Sensational Goal Against Manchester City in FA Cup Semi-Final [VIDEO]”

  1. It was a terrific goal. Too bad Chelsea only started playing in the 2nd half after being 2 goals down.

    Torres should have got a penalty and Aguero should have received a red card for his lunge at Luiz.

    City are definitely the most skilful team in the EPL and can beat anyone on their day but too bad they aren't consistent. Even more impressive was that City did it without Silva.

    Now let's hope the FA Cup final isn't a cake walk for City and that Wigan can give them a game.

  2. I don't want he deal is about Silva. He is a great player, but not the only good player for City.

    1. On his day he can be the best player in the league. City would have scored at least another if Silva was on the pitch.

  3. Silva is among the best players in the league and when City play the top teams he can be the difference. Yes, City have other quality players but they aren't as good without him.

    Chelsea will feel hard done by because Kompany should have seen red on his shirt-pulling on Torres and a penalty should have been given to Chelsea. The officials missed it. The Aguero lunge at Luiz was also a staright red that the Officials missed. Both incidents could have changed the game and Chelsea would have had an advantage.


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