Aston Villa vs Manchester City: Match Report

Manchester City took an important step closer to the title as they overturned a 20th second goal by John McGinn thanks to efforts by Phil Foden and Rodri, with both teams finishing the match with ten men. The goal was the second fastest ever scored against City in the Premier League era, but the reactionContinue reading “Aston Villa vs Manchester City: Match Report”

Borussia Dortmund vs Manchester City: Match Report

Manchester City finally banished their quarter final demons as second half goals from Riyad Mahrez and Phil Foden overcame Dortmund, with an early strike by Jude Bellingham having them going through at the halfway stage. However, City completely dominated the second half, with Mahrez’s penalty and Foden’s sumptuous strike well deserved for the visitors, withContinue reading “Borussia Dortmund vs Manchester City: Match Report”

Manchester City vs Borussia Dortmund: Match Report

Manchester City snatched a late, late win against an excellent Borussia Dortmund side thanks to Phil Foden’s 90th minute strike, following Kevin De Bruyne’s first half opener and a late leveller from Marco Reus. The game had been remarkably tight throughout, with Dortmund equalising during City’s only real dominant spell of the game, but contentiousContinue reading “Manchester City vs Borussia Dortmund: Match Report”

Leicester vs Manchester City: Match Report

Manchester City banished their early season defeat to the Foxes to move 17 points clear at the top of the Premier League, with second half strikes from Benjamin Mendy and Gabriel Jesus enough to overcome their opponents. Even in the reverse fixture, Leicester had been lucky to benefit from a couple of wondergoals and defendingContinue reading “Leicester vs Manchester City: Match Report”

Everton vs Manchester City: Match Report

A late double from Ilkay Gundogan and Kevin de Bruyne saw Manchester City into their third successive FA Cup semi-final, a feat the club last achieved in 1934, after overcoming a dogged and determined Everton side. For a long time, it appeared the Merseysiders would hold off the waves of City attacks, but the pressureContinue reading “Everton vs Manchester City: Match Report”

Manchester City vs Borussia Monchengladbach: Match Report

Manchester City eased into the next knockout stage of the Champions League after early goals from Kevin de Bruyne and Ilkay Gundogan, with the German outfit once again struggling to lay a glove on their opponents. City looked back to their attacking best, especially in a first half where they toyed with their opposition, andContinue reading “Manchester City vs Borussia Monchengladbach: Match Report”

Fulham vs Manchester City: Match Report

Manchester City further extended their lead at the top of the table with a comfortable win at relegation threatened Fulham, with John Stones, Gabriel Jesus and a Sergio Aguero penalty putting the visitors just four wins from the title. The goals all came in the first 15 minutes of the second half, as a mixtureContinue reading “Fulham vs Manchester City: Match Report”

Manchester City vs Southampton: Match Report

Manchester City returned to winning ways with a five star performance over the struggling Saints, although another ridiculous VAR decision will once again detract from the footballing spectacle. Riyad Mahrez and Kevin de Bruyne doubles, along with a close-range Ilkay Gundogan effort, overcame an early James Ward-Prowse penalty equaliser and a second half Che AdamsContinue reading “Manchester City vs Southampton: Match Report”

Manchester City vs Wolves: Match Report

A late flurry helped Manchester City to a 4-1 victory over Wolves to extend their winning run to 21 matches, although the away side had briefly put that run under serious threat. Connor Coady equalised with Wolves’ first shot and indeed first touch inside the City area following an early own goal by Leander Dendoncker,Continue reading “Manchester City vs Wolves: Match Report”

Manchester City vs West Ham: Match Report

Manchester City made it an extraordinary 20 consecutive wins as they overcame the high-flying Londoners thanks to goals from Ruben Dias and John Stones, after Michael Antonio had equalised on the stroke of half time. West Ham were excellent in denying City the spaces in which they love to operate, and can consider themselves unluckyContinue reading “Manchester City vs West Ham: Match Report”