Manchester City succumbed to first defeat in the Premier League in long time against Maurizio Sarri’s Chelsea in the weekend fixture.
Jurgen Klopp’s wild celebration after Divock Origi put Liverpool back within reach of Manchester City against Everton seems to have gotten through German in a little mess with the FA.
City have continued to look impossible to stop or wrestle off their way to defending the Premier League title they won last season and Portuguese international Bernado Silva believes City can continue to break records in the Premier League.
Lyon’s latest draw with Manchester City means the Premier League leaders remains Lyon’s only win in the campaign and yet City’s biggest test so far in the champions league.
Alejandro Moreno, Sebastian Salazar, Steve Nicol and Craig Burley head to ESPN FC Extra Time to answer fan questions, including whether Alvaro Morata is a bigger flop for Chelsea than Fernando Torres; how Pep Guardiola would fare in the World Cup as manager of either Venezuela or Scotland & more
despite City short handed in left back, Pep Guardiola insisted when asked that there will be January transfer or replacement for the injured player.
Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City side ran over United in Sunday’s Derby win as the citizens finished 3-1 winners of a one sided tie.
Jose – “we’re not going to be relegated” and why the importance of Pogba can no longer be over emphasized
United were disciplined and schooled on what playing football looked and should look like, as City went from good to better in second half after United scored a rather meaningless goal through an Anthony Martial penalty after Romelu Lukaku was brought down.
Steve Nicol and Craig Burley examine Manchester City’s dominance of rivals Man United in a 3-1 derby win that showed the gulf between the two sides.
Pep Guardiola explains why he was arguing with Raheem Sterling after Manchester City’s 3-1 Premier League win over Manchester United at the Etihad Stadium.