After a week in which Manchester City beat Bayern Munich away from home with a second-string side, hammered Arsenal 6-3 to move within three points of the league leaders and drew Barcelona in the last-16 of the Champions League, this evening they took on Leicester in the quarter-final of the Capital One Cup.
City won comfortably to take their place in the semi-finals, the draw for which will be made tomorrow evening. It will be their third League Cup semi-final appearance in the last five seasons.
A wonderful free-kick from Aleksandar Kolarov got City going, before a brace from Edin Dzeko sealed the win. A late Lloyd Dyer strike reduced the arrears, but City were comfortable 3-1 winners.
Here are six major talking points to emerge from City's trip to the King Power Stadium.