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City’s U18s beat Stoke City on Wednesday to ensure they ended the calendar year unbeaten in the Premier League, suffering only one defeat in last season’s FA Youth Cup final second leg.
City's U18 came up against their Stoke City counterparts looking to extend their unbeaten run in the U18 Premier League.
City sit top of the north section of the Premier League, having not been beaten in 14 matches, and guaranteed safe passage to the fourth round of the FA Youth Cup with a thumping victory over Reading last week.
Goals from Brahim Diaz, Phil Foden and a Lukas Nmecha brace saw City sail through to the fourth round at the Madejski Stadium against a Reading team that are second in the southern half of the U18 Premier League.
City's U18s came up against their Reading counterparts as they got their FA Youth Cup journey under way.
Lee Carsley’s City travel to Reading on Thursday night in their first match of this season’s edition of the prestigious tournament.
Foden was a surprise name on the substitutes bench for City’s final match in Group C and although he didn’t make it on to the pitch, warming up in front of the Etihad Stadium crowd was an experience he relished.