The two teams faced off in the final of the FA Youth Cup for the third consecutive year last night.
Chelsea have reached the last stage in six of the last eight seasons.
Yesterday, Ike Ugbo gave Chelsea the lead just before half-time but Phil Foden levelled the scoring for Man City in the second-half.
Ike Ugbo of Chelsea celebrates scoring
But despite the dominance of the two sides, both have struggled to integrate the talent into the first team squad.
John Terry remains the most successful player to emerge from Chelsea’s academy in recent years.
While City have spent millions on their academy but their youngsters have also been unable to breakthrough into the senior squad.
Gary Neville wants to see more young players given chances
They have had for years now but haven't got the courage to use it!! Waste!! https://t.co/lgQRsiJiQO
— Gary Neville (@GNev2) April 19, 2017
And Neville, who is a member of Manchester United’s much hailed ‘Class of 92’, reckons that though Chelsea and City have the best talent, it is being wasted through lack of opportunity.
BBC Sport journalist Simon Stone tweeted: “After 1-1 last night, 2nd leg of Youth Cup final should be good. However it turns out City + Chelsea have England's best young talent.”
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And Neville responded to a tweet saying: “They have had for years now but haven't got the courage to use it!! Waste!!”