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Posted Wednesday, January 24th 2018

City trend worldwide again

City's efforts in the Carabao Cup semi-final drew a whole host of plaudits from the online community including several high-profile stars on Twitter.

Bristol City were a trending topic worldwide for the second time in a month during last night's tie.

Among those commenting on City's performance were Gary Lineker, Kyle Walker and City fan Mark Watson:

Whilst self-confessed City goal gif fan Benjamin Mendy commented:

Times columnist Henry Winter and the official account of the Carabao Cup gave a glimpse of the atmosphere within Ashton Gate:

Soccer Saturday reporter Michelle Owen covered Pep Guardiola's post-match thoughts on Bristol City:

And finally, there was a lot of online reaction to Aden Flint's brief meeting with Man City manager Guardiola:

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