United grabbed a consolation in added time, as Rashford found the bottom corner from poor defending, but Wolves hung on to secure a semi-final berth.
Pep Guardiola's men looked to be heading out of the competition at the hands of second-tier opposition, but three goals in the final 21 minutes saw City come back from the brink, as Aguero - who appeared to be offside - nodded in the late clincher. "I don't like to lose games when the decisions are wrong but the referees don't want to make wrong decisions, but they must be helped".
Watford defeated Crystal Palace in all Premier League clash on Saturday, with Andre Gray scoring a later victor for the Hornets.
"But, at the same time, we played incredibly well, with the amount of actions, the amount of crosses and the goalkeeper (Nordfeldt) was incredible", he added.
If it's not a penalty and it's also offside, I am sorry.
City dropped to second in the Premier League on Sunday after Liverpool's win over Fulham, but they do have a game in hand over Jurgen Klopp's side heading into the global break. VAR was only in use at Premier League stadiums in the quarterfinals. "But for the players, it's disappointing to lose goals in that manner".
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Wolves, meanwhile, reached the semifinals for the first time since 1998 after Raul Jimenez and Diego Jota scored in a six-minute span in the second half.
"That's important because for the future, for the new players and managers who are coming, they will learn from this group of players, and this group of people, that we never give up and fight for every single game and title until the end". "Our possession wasn't bright enough and quick enough", Solskjaer said.
Championship side Millwall host Premier League side Brighton on Sunday.
Burnley put itself in danger of going down when it couldn't convert a one-man advantage against Leicester, losing 2-1 after conceding a last-minute goal.
It was a dire situation that left City in danger of a repeat of last season's embarrassing FA Cup exit at Wigan.
With City piling on the pressure, there was an air of inevitability about the victor, which arrived when the prolific Aguero met Silva's cross with a well-placed header into the bottom-left corner. In the other game, Newcastle drew 2-2 at Bournemouth.