Manchester City have officially been named the FA Cup champions after beating Manchester United 2-1.

Moments into the match, İlkay Gündoğan for City created a historic moment after scoring just seconds after kick-off creating the first of many excited cheers from fans in the crowd.

But catching up with their rivals, United scored at the 33-minute mark with a penalty score from Bruno Fernandes.

Just after halftime, Gündoğan scored again at the 51-minute mark as manager Pep Guardiola was seen enjoying a celebratory dance.

Manchester City win FA Cup Final at Wembley Stadium against Manchester United

As the final whistle blew after four minutes of extra time, mass cheers erupted from the sea of blue shirts as City fans celebrated the historic occasion.

City players ran around buzzing with excitement as they prepared to lift the FA Cup trophy and take it home to Manchester.

City’s FA Cup win came just weeks after also winning the Premier League which saw United place third.

Throughout the match, City held a stronger possession with an average of 62% whilst the runners-up United still held a reasonable 38%.

Whilst Manchester City had nearly double the amount of passes with 509 whilst Manchester United had over 330.

The tense match at Wembley Stadium saw crowds of thousands flock to London as they prepared to watch the first-ever Manchester derby for an FA Cup Final.

It came as many plans were forced to change amid national train strikes affecting transport for the Manchester-based fans.

After winning the Premier League and FA Cup, Manchester City now have the chance to win the Champions Legue.