Man City broke their winning streak

Man City broke their winning streak 2

It wasn’t until the first minute of stoppage time in the second half that Man City shot in the right direction for the first time, with Phil Foden’s header.

This was the most dangerous ball that the Premier League champions created in this match and it ended in the regret of coach Pep Guardiola, the players and fans present at the Etihad.

Sterling regretted, while Southampton players were happy because VAR did not recognize Man City’s goal in the first minute of injury time in the second half of the match at Etihad on September 18.

The 0-0 result caused Man City to break their winning streak, after destroying Norwich and Arsenal with a score of 5-0, defeating Leicester City 1-0 in the Premier League and then crushing RB Leipzig 6-3 in the Champions League between

Against Southampton, Man City held the ball 64% and received 8 corner kicks.

Man City broke their winning streak

Man City won eight of the last nine times they played Southampton in the Premier League.

It took Man City more than 15 minutes to really warm up, gradually dominating with the ability to hold the ball.

Man City still pressed the field after a 15-minute break, but continued to be ineffective.

The collision with Armstrong caused Walker to receive a red card and Man City was awarded a penalty.

Walker smiled after escaping a red card, while Man City was not awarded a penalty in the 63rd minute. Photo: Shutterstock

The deadlock in the attack forced Guardiola to change, sending Kevin De Bruyne, Riyad Mahrez and Phil Foden onto the field for 10 minutes in the middle of the second half.

In previous matches, thanks to the mobile midfield and sharp wing strikers, Man City did not clearly feel the lack of a high-class target striker like Harry Kane or Cristiano Ronaldo – stars that they or not.

In the next round, Man City will be a guest of Chelsea.


Man City: Ederson, Walker, Dias, Ake, Cancelo, Fernandinho (De Bruyne 65′), Gundogan, Silva (Foden 72′), Grealish, Sterling, Jesus (Mahrez 67′)

Subs: Carson, Torres, Mbete, Palmer, Lavia, Wilson-Esbrand

Southampton: McCarthy, Livramento (Perraud 87′), Stephens (Salisu 37′), Bednarek, Walker-Peters, Romeu, Ward-Prowse, Elyounoussi, Redmond, Adams (Broja 68′), Armstrong

Subs: Forster, Lyanco, Djenpo, Tella, Diallo, Valery

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