Premier League results, Manchester City Beat the Promotion Team
Manchester City 2-0 win over promotion team, Brighton and Hove Albion, in the Premier League party, the first caste English League, at the Amex Stadium on Saturday (08/12/2017).
The Citizens’ victorious victory was determined by Sergio Aguero in the 70th minute and Lewis Dunk’s error five minutes later.
In this match, Manchester City controlled 78.1 percent of the game and fired four shots from 14 attempts.
Instead, Brighton only made two kicks towards goal from six experiments.
Manchester City’s first threat came from Kevin De Bruyne in the 17th minute. From the outside of the box, the ball he shot right into the middle of the goal so easily secured by goalkeeper Mat Ryan.
Similarly, Gabriel Jesus’ effort from close range in the 34th minute. Ryan who stands right in the middle of the goal, able to anticipate the rate of the ball. Until the first half ended, the score of the goalless draw remained unchanged.
New in the 70th minute, Manchester City broke the deadlock via Aguero. Utilizing a service from David Silva, the Argentine striker kicked his right foot into the left corner of Brighton’s goal.
Five minutes later, Manchester City doubled the advantage thanks to Lewis Dunk error in anticipation of the ball.
Josep Guardiola’s forces continued to press, but failed to score a third goal. Inevitably, the score 2-0 to victory Manchester City plastered when the long whistle sounded the referee.
With this result, The Citizens perched in second place standings with a collection of three points or just a goal difference from Huddersfield Town at the top.
Brighton and Hove Albion 0-2 Manchester City (Sergio Aguero 70 ‘; Lewis Dunk 75’-bd)
Brighton and Hove Albion: 1-Mat Ryan; 2-Bruno, 22-Shane Duffy, 5-Lewis Dunk, 29-Markus Suttner; 20-Solly March, 6-Dale Stephens, 24-Dav Propper, 37-Isaiah Brownl 13-Pascal Grob, 10-Tomer Hemed
Coach: Chris Hughton
Manchester City: 31-Ederson; 4-Vincent Kompany, 5-John Stones, 30-Nicolas Otamendi; 2-Kyle Walker, 17-Kevin De Bruyne, 21-David Silva, 25-Fernandinho, 3-Danilo; 10-Sergio Aguero, 33-Gabriel Jesus
Coach: Josep Guardiola