English Premier League results, Manchester City Stay away from Manchester United

English Premier League results, Manchester City Stay away from Manchester United

Manchester City steady at the top of the Premier League standings – the English Premier League’s top caste – after a landslide victory over Burnley on Saturday (21/10/2017) Sbo88bet.info. They are also away from the achievement points rivals one area, Manchester United.

Compete at Etihad Stadium, Manchester City won 3-0. The three goals of the Citizens victory were scored by Sergio Aguero through the penalty spot in the 30th minute, Nicolas Otamendi (73 ‘), and Leroy Sane (75′).

These results make Manchester City steady at the top of the standings with 25 points from 9 games. They left Manchester United by five points.

It is not separated from the minor results achieved by rivals one region. Come to Huddersfield Town headquarters, Manchester United lost 1-2.

In the match versus Burnley, Manchester City immediately took the initiative to attack and master the game from the beginning. Leroy Sane who became the main pedestal of attack through the right wing and several times managed to break through the Burnley defense.

The Citizens finally managed to lead through a penalty kick Sergio Aguero in the 30th minute. A penalty was awarded after Nick Pope dropped Bernardo Silva.

In the second half Manchester City still master the game. Manchester City finally added a goal through Nicolas Otamendi in the 73rd minute utilizing feedback Leroy Sane.

Two minutes later, it was Sane’s turn to score Nick Pope’s goal. This German player managed to convert the feed from Kevin De Bruyne.

Manchester City 3-0 Burnley (Sergio Aguero 30’-p, Nicola Otamendi 73 ‘, Leroy Sane 75’)

Manchester City: 31-Ederson Moraes, 2-Kyle Walker, 5-John Stones, 30-Nicolas Otamendi, 18-Fabian Delph; 17-Kevin de Bruyne (8-Ilkay Gundogan 80), 25-Fernandinho (42-Yaya Toure 78), 21-David Silva; 20-Bernardo Silva, 10, Sergio Aguero (33-Gabriel Jesus 76), 19-Leroy Sane

Backup: 1-Cladio Bravo, 3-Danilo, 15-Eliaquim Mangala, 7-Raheem Sterling

Coach: Pep Guardiola

Burnley: 29-Nick Pope; 23-Stephen Ward; 2 – Matttew Lowton; 6-Ben Mee; 5-James Tarkowski; 16-Steven Defour, 37-Scott Arfield, 4-Jack Cork, 12-Robbie Brady, 13-Jeff Hendrick (17-Johann Gudmundsson 71), 11-Chris Wood (10
Ashley Barnes 20)

Backup: 3-Charlie Taylor, 18-Ashley Westwood, 22-Anders Lindegaard, 26- Phil Bardsley, 28-Kevin Long

Coach: Sean Dyche

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