The London Hammers got Hammered once again as Man City smashes four past Randolph. Pep Guardiola started the game without Bravo on the goal and Sergio Aguero in the attack. Jesus took his place and enrolled an assist and a goal in his first Premier league game in which he started from the first minute. Already by the end of the first half, the Citizens have scored three goals, practically sealing a question of a winner in the first 45 minutes.
Kevin De Bruyne opened the scoring in the 17th minute after playing a double pass with Gabriel Jesus. David Silva raised to 2-0 in the 21st minute while Gabriel Jesus sealed the first half score in the 39th minute. Yaya Toure in the 67th minute from a penalty sealed the final 4-0 result with which Guardiola’s men joined Tottenham, Arsenal and Liverpool in a hunt for the title and Champions league places.
Manchester United in space of less than month played his third game against Hull City. First one in the EFL Cup he won, second lost, but in Premier league the Red Devils had a chance to join the top placed team with a win, but they’ve failed. Despite being a better team on the pitch, Ibrahimovic and company failed to beat the Tigers goalkeeper Eldin Jakupovic who’ve had a superb night at the Old Trafford. With a goalless draw, Man Utd remain the sixth-placed team and Man City who sits on the fifth now has four poins more.
Stoke City and Everton at the Britannia Stadium have played a 1-1 draw. Peter Crouch early in the game opened the scoring for the Potters, while the final result was set in the 39th minute with Shawcross’s own goal.
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