Aguero celebrates with team mates at the end of the match. Reuters / Andrew Yates
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Kevin De Bruyne met with controversy, glory and injury as Manchester City defeated Everton 3-1 Wednesday to set up a League Cup final showdown with Liverpool next month.Everton extended their 2-1 advantage from the first leg when Ross Barkley scored a fine individual goal in the 18th minute, but Fernandinho quickly equalized before substitute De Bruyne leveled the tie and then set up Sergio Aguero to complete a 4-3 aggregate victory in the 76th minute.It was a goal that showed both the brilliance of Barkley and City's defensive porousness as the Everton No. 20 evaded the sliding Nicolas Otamendi and foxed Fabian Delph with a stylish feint before steering a low shot into City goalkeeper Willy Caballero's bottom-right corner.Barkley's strike left City needing two goals to stay in the tie, but after Sterling had tested Joel Robles and Yaya Toure had curled over, they halved the aggregate deficit.
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