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Ms Neale was also at Ashton Gate for the match and could see Jaden in his ballboy position.

"To beat Manchester United is outstanding. It was a risky ploy to sign a lot of unknowns in the Championship, but we believed in our young players, and now it is great to see them flourishing".

And Bellamy thinks there will be an overriding sense of disappointment from the Portuguese tactician who is accustomed to success.

None more so than Joe Bryan, a popular Bristolian and product of the club's academy, whose wonderful second-half strike had put City ahead before Zlatan Ibrahimovic's equalising free kick looked likely to inspire a United comeback win.

The Robins were the only team outside of the Premier League still left in the competition, after all.

City are currently four points off an automatic promotion place, and Johnson said: "We have to focus very quickly".

Here are just a few of the tweets slamming the United duo for their performances...

"I sold Korey from Oldham to Bristol City when I was manager there".

With City leading 4-3 in the shootout, Leicester's two big guns, second-half substitutes Vardy and Riyad Mahrez, who both helped change the game's momentum, surprisingly misfired.

Ultimately though it wasn't strong enough and United were punished for their lack of clinical finishing.

"I'm so happy", the Spaniard told Sky Sports after he had bounced on to the King Power Stadium pitch to congratulate his mixed bag of promising starlets and international heavyweights. "What is important is how we react, so what if it is a penalty or not a penalty", Guardiola added.

The incident has attracted reactions from various social media users who have been impressed by the gesture that was expressed by the ball boy.

"It was just one more day in the office for my players - a day some of them didn't even want to come to the office!"

"You see the football that they play - it's unbelievable to watch". He is a City mad fan. He is a class act.

So when Mourinho's men were drawn to face Bristol City, most people assumed United would breeze into the semi-finals - despite the fact their opponents had home advantage.