Liverpool and Manchester City go head to head for Capital One Cup glory live on Sky Sports on Sunday. Jurgen Klopp is hoping to clinch Liverpools first piece of silverware since 2012 just a few months after his appointment, while Manuel Pellegrini is bidding to end his Manchester City tenure on a trophy-winning high.Ahead of the big game, we look back at how the two sides made their way to Wembley... LIVERPOOL Ahead of the Capital One Cup final at Wembley, Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet talks about his side’s route to the final Third round - v Carlisle United (H) 1-1 (Liverpool won 3-2 on penalties) Adam Bogdan was Liverpools penalty shoot-out hero against Carlisle United Liverpools Capital One Cup campaign started in inauspicious circumstances as League Two Carlisle United took them to a penalty shoot-out at Anfield. There were boos from the home fans as the Reds laboured through the 120 minutes, but Adam Bogdan became an unlikely hero when he saved three penalties in the shoot-out.Fourth round - v Bournemouth (H) 1-0 Liverpool players mob Nathaniel Clyne after his winning goal against Bournemouth Klopp earned his first win as Liverpool manager as they moved into quarter-finals at the expense of Bournemouth. Nathaniel Clyne scored the only goal of the game after Adam Smith had cleared Joao Carlos Teixeiras free-kick off the line. Im really satisfied because this team had never played together and the young players did really well, said Klopp.Quarter-final - v Southampton (A) 6-1 Liverpool players celebrate during their 6-1 thrashing of Southampton Liverpool turned on the style in their last-eight clash at St Marys Stadium, blowing Southampton away with a scintillating attacking performance. Sadio Mane put Saints in front after just 39 seconds on the night, but the visitors roared back with Daniel Sturridge scoring twice, Divock Origi claiming a hat-trick, and Jordan Ibe notching the other goal.Semi-final - v Stoke City 1-1 on aggregate (Liverpool won 6-5 on penalties) Liverpool players celebrate after Joe Allen scores the winning penalty against Stoke Ibe struck the only goal in the first leg of Liverpools semi-final at the Britannia Stadium after replacing the injured Philippe Coutinho in the first half. In the return game at Anfield, Marko Arnautovics close-range finish ensured the tie went to penalties. Simon Mignolet saved two of Stokes efforts and Joe Allen dispatched the winning spot-kick.MANCHESTER CITY Ahead of the Capital One Cup final at Wembley, Manchester City goalkeeper Willy Caballero talks about their route to the final Third round - v Sunderland (A) 4-1 Raheem Sterling celebrates with Kevin De Bruyne after scoring against Sunderland While many managers use the Capital One Cup to rotate their squad, Pellegrini wheeled out the big guns against Sunderland as City claimed an emphatic victory. Sergio Aguero opened the scoring from the penalty spot, with Kevin De Bruyne and Raheem Sterling scoring either side of a Vito Mannone own goal before Ola Toivonens struck a late consolation for the Black Cats.Fourth round - v Crystal Palace (H) 5-1 Manchester City thrashed Crystal Palace 5-1 at the Etihad Stadium City made it nine goals in two games in the competition as they thrashed Alan Pardews Crystal Palace in the fourth round. Wilfried Bony opened the scoring at the Etihad Stadium, and De Bruyne doubled their lead just before half-time. After the break, Kelechi Iheanacho, Yaya Toure and Spanish youngster Manu Garcia extended Citys lead.Quarter-final - v Hull City (H) 4-1 Wilfried Bony was on target for Manchester City in their quarter-final against Hull City continued to steamroller their way towards the final with a 4-1 thrashing of Championship outfit Hull City. Bony struck the opener in the early stages, but it wasnt until the last 10 minutes that the rest of the goals arrived. Iheanacho doubled their advantage and De Bruyne hit a quick-fire brace before Andrew Robertson scored a consolation goal for the visitors.Semi-final - v Everton 4-3 on aggregate Sergio Aguero scored as Manchester City edged past Everton at the Etihad Stadium After breezing into the semis, City were made to sweat for their place in the final. Pellegrinis side were beaten 2-1 in the first leg at Goodison Park, with Ramiro Funes Mori and Romelu Lukaku scoring either side of Jesus Navas equaliser. At the Etihad Stadium, the Toffees appeared to be heading through before De Bruyne and Aguero struck in the final 20 minutes to give City a 4-3 aggregate win.Watch Liverpool v Manchester City live on Sky Sports 1 HD from 4pm on Sunday Also See: Man Citys best boss? Sterling v Liverpool: The verdict Barnes and Goater Q&A Liverpools League Cup wins Kenta Maeda Jersey . Neymar curled home a free kick from just outside the area to put the 2014 World Cup host ahead in the 44th minute. Three minutes after the break, a simple through pass from Paulinho freed Oscar and the Chelsea star rounded goalkeeper Jung Sung-ryong to extend Brazils lead. Rich Hill Dodgers Jersey . John Tavares, Thomas Vanek and Kyle Okposo were also being counted on to slow down sizzling Rangers forward Rick Nash. 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PALM BEACH, Fla. -- On the day that his election victory became official, Donald Trump on Monday experienced what life will be like as president as he condemned separate deadly incidents against a Russian diplomat and shoppers at a German Christmas market, blaming Islamic terrorism in both instances.He offered no support for his claim that terrorists were responsible for the carnage.Authorities in Turkey and Germany were still investigating when Trump issued back-to-back statements condemning the incidents, although the White House earlier had said that what happened in central Berlin when a trucked rammed a holiday crowd appears to be a terrorist attack.Trump called the brazen, daytime shooting of Russias ambassador to Turkey as he attended a photo exhibit a violation of all rules of civilized order. He added that the diplomat, Andrei Karlov, was assassinated by a radical Islamic terrorist.Turkish authorities said the gunman, who was identified as Mevlut Mert Altintas, a member of Ankaras riot police squad, was later killed in a shootout with police. Altintas shouted in Turkish about the Syrian city of Aleppo and also yelled Allahu akbar, the Arabic phrase for God is great.In the Berlin incident, in which at least 12 people were killed, Trump said the Islamic State group and other Islamist terrorists continually slaughter Christians in their communities and places of worship as part of their global jihad.He added that these terrorists and their regional and worldwide networks must be eradicated from the face of the earth and pledged to carry out that mission with all freedom-loving partners.Trumps transition team did not immediately respond to requests to state the sources for his claims of terrorist involvement.He later tweeted: Today there were terror attacks in Turkey, Switzerland and Germany -- and it is only getting worse. The civilized world must change thinking!In Zurich, police said three people were wounded when a gunman dressed in black opened fire in the prayer hall of a mosque frequented by Somali immigrants.Trump vowed during the presidential campaign to go after the Islamic State group, but repeatedly declined to describe his plan for the public.His statements came at the end of a busy day, after the president-elect had announced his candidate for secretary of the Army, held a round of transition meetings and was formally elected president by the Electoral College, clearing the way for his Jan. 20 inauguration.Trumps choice of Army veteran and fellow New Yorker Vincent Viola to be his Army secretary will put another billionaire in leading role in the new administration.The president-elect also met with a group of businessmen and former U.S. government officials as he sought to fill other posts, including that of U.S. trade representative. Among those he met with was Robert Lighthizer, a former deputy U.S. trade representative in the Reagan administration.Viola is a West Point graduate who joins a list of individuals with military backgrounds already chosen for the Cabinet. Trumps picks for defense secretary, hoomeland security secretary, national security adviser and deputy national security adviser are retired military.ddddddddddddIn a separate written statement, Trump praised Viola, the son of Italian immigrants, as living proof of the American dream and someone who has a lengthy history of involvement with national security issues. Senate confirmation is required.Viola was the first member of his family to attend college. He was trained as an Airborne Ranger infantry officer and served in the 101st Airborne Division. A lawyer, he started multiple businesses and bought the Florida Panthers hockey team for $250 million in 2013.Trump announced Viola from his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida, where he was spending the run-up to Christmas with his family and working on the transition. It also came as electors in all 50 states formally elected Trump as the 45th president.With this historic step we can look forward to the bright future ahead, he said in a statement in which he pledged anew that after the divisive campaign he will work hard to unit our country and be the president of all Americans.Viola would join a circle of wealthy businessmen Trump has chosen for the administration, including fast food executive Andy Puzder to lead the Labor Department, billionaire investor Wilbur Ross for Commerce, financier Steven Mnuchin for Treasury and Goldman Sachs President Gary Cohn as his top economic adviser.More open posts remain. Trump also met Monday with Thad Allen, the retired Coast Guard commandant who oversaw the federal response to Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005; R. Donahue Peebles, board chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, and founder and CEO of a real estate development company named for him; and J. Christopher Reyes, co-chairman of Reyes Holdings, a Chicago-based beer and food distributor.Trump also had dinner Saturday at the Florida estate with Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim, a surprising development given Trumps harsh criticism of Slim during the presidential election. Slim is a major investor in The New York Times, a frequent target of Trumps potshots on social media.Neither did Slim spare Trump, who has criticized Mexicans and vowed to build a wall between the U.S. and Mexico to stop illegal immigration.Trump spokeswoman Hope Hicks confirmed the dinner, which was first reported by The Washington Post. People briefed on the conversation said it was arranged to open a friendly line of communication between the businessmen. A spokesman for Slim, Arturo Elias Ayub, tweeted that the dinner was upbeat about Mexico and Mexicans.The dinner was brokered by former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, who remains close to the president-elect, after Lewandowski quietly visited Slim in Mexico City earlier this month.Trump was expected to hold additional transition meetings on Tuesday and Wednesday in Florida.---Follow Darlene Superville on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/dsupervilleap ' ' '