Manchester City goalkeeper Zack Steffen has vowed to learn from his mistake in the FA Cup semi-final defeat to Chelsea.

City's dreams of a historic quadruple triumph were dashed on Saturday as the Blues slipped to a 1-0 defeat at Wembley.

Pep Guardiola has received some criticism for making eight changes to the team who defeated Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League quarter-finals on Wednesday, although the manager has dismissed the suggestion that he didn't take the game seriously enough.

One change did lead to City's downfall, however, as a moment of hesitation from goalkeeper Steffen - in for first-choice Ederson - allowed Timo Werner to tee up Hakim Ziyech to tap home the only goal of the game.

The mistake came as a bitter blow for Steffen, especially as his chances in the team have been few and far between this season, but he has promised to improve from the defeat.

"It's a tough one," he told City's official site. "I think the boys did a good job, Chelsea are a tough team to play and their goal was indecision on my hands and I'll learn from it.

"You have to keep going and I'm proud of how the boys fought and didn't give up.

"The good thing is there is another game in three or four days so we can't get too low on this one.

"We have to learn from it, come back together as a team and be ready for the next one."