This afternoon’s Carabao Cup final proved to be a fascinating affair as Manchester City retained their title at Chelsea’s expense.
An entertaining affair was settled by penalties as Raheem Sterling scored the decisive spot kick to hand City a 5-3 victory in the shootout and back to back Carabao Cup wins.
The game itself was a fascinating affair, with City limited offensively by a strong and composed performance from Maurizio Sarri’s side.
The most significant talking point of the game arrived in extra time, though. Seemingly injured, Kepa Arrizabalage sensationally refused to come off, sending Sarri into a rage on the touchline.
Here are four things we learned from the game: