Man City fans asked to pick between FA Cup final win over Man United or Champions League title, results will surprise you
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Manchester City fans have been asked whether they'd rather beat Manchester United in the FA Cup final or win the Champions League for the first time.
It really could be a nightmare scenario for United and a dream one for City, as the season reaches the famous 'business end,' which will decide where the trophies go.
City look pretty good to secure all three of the major titles and equal United's Treble from the 1998/99 season, becoming only the second English side to do so.
The draw in Madrid on Tuesday night, thanks in part to Kevin de Bruyne's brilliant strike, leaves them in a very good position for all three.
One team who could stop them is United, who face them at Wembley in the FA Cup final on June 3rd, in the first ever Manchester derby in a major cup final.
And it seems that those who travelled to Madrid would rather win that match, than a potential final in Istanbul, against either AC Milan or Inter Milan, as you can see in the video below.
The one title remaining that City haven't won, specifically since their takeover in 2008, is the Champions League and it has often seemed like their priority.
Pep Guardiola has also not won it since beating United with Barcelona back in 2011, the second time in three years the two sides met in the final.
He failed to win it with a Bayern Munich team that had just won the Treble under Jupp Heynckes and he hasn't managed to win it with City.
The Premier League champions have only been to one final, losing to Chelsea thanks to Kai Havertz goal, in the 2021 final in Porto.
Clearly all of that doesn't matter to their fans though, who believe that getting one over their local rivals is even more important.
City and United have only met in semi-finals previously, of both the FA Cup and League Cup, and also in the Community Shield.
On Wednesday night, Guardiola's side faced arguably the toughest task left of their season, when they took on reigning European Champions Real at the Bernabeu.
After dominating the early proceedings, the visitors went behind thanks to a brilliant goal from Vinicius Junior, coming from a great counter attack.
De Bruyne's goal then came when Los Blancos were on top, and was controversial, with the Spanish giants believing the ball went out of play in the build up.