Phil Foden buys Lynx and Lucozade as Man City star and partner Rebecca shop at the Co-op after FA Cup heartbreak

PHIL FODEN was spotted shopping at Co-op less than 48 hours after Manchester City’s heartbreaking loss to Liverpool in their FA Cup semi-final.

The England international could be seen leaving the shop with a couple of coffees.

Foden came out of the shop with a couple of coffeesCredit: Splash

The Man City man was left disappointed after his side's loss to Liverpool on Saturday

The Man City man was left disappointed after his side’s loss to Liverpool on SaturdayCredit: Splash

Foden's girlfriend Rebecca was also spotted leaving the local Co-op

Foden’s girlfriend Rebecca was also spotted leaving the local Co-opCredit: Splash

And his partner Rebecca was also seen leaving the Co-op with some Lucozade drinks and Lynx deodorant.

Foden started Man City’s Wembley defeat to Liverpool on Saturday afternoon.

But the Premier League champions suffered a shocking first half as Jurgen Klopp‘s men raced into a 3-0 lead.

Jack Grealish and Bernardo Silva pulled goals back for Pep Guardiola‘s side in the second period.

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But the Reds hung on to keep their hopes of an unprecedented quadruple alive.

Meanwhile, City’s pursuit of a Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League treble came to an end with the loss to Liverpool.

They will now turn their attention back towards the league as they look to keep hold of their one-point lead over the Anfield outfit.

Man City host Brighton on Wednesday evening, before another home match against Watford on Saturday.

And Guardiola does not feel Liverpool now have a psychological advantage in the title race despite knocking his side out of the FA Cup.

The Spaniard said: “There is a chance we will play at the end of the season, in case both teams reach the final of the Champions League. So then I will watch what happened.

“Now the psychology is we have seven games in the Premier League and we know exactly what we will have to do to try to win the Premier League.

“We go game by game. We don’t have time (to dwell on the result). In four days we have another game, then after that Watford, then Madrid, then another one.”


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