The City Xtra Podcast – EP7 – Brighton, Laporte and Dean Saunders Escaping Court.

We’re back with Episode seven of the City Xtra Podcast. We analyse all the details behind Dean Saunders’ escape from court – if that doesn’t make you listen then we don’t know what will! We do actually discuss football, with in-depth discussion on the win over Brighton and whether Aymeric Laporte’s injury is really as disastrous as some people are making out.

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5 Things We Learned – Manchester City 4-0 Brighton & Hove Albion (Premier League)

Despite the rout we witnessed, a grey cloud hovers over any celebrations at the Etihad Stadium however, with Aymeric Laporte being forced off in the first half with an apparent knee injury. Despite that, here’s five things we learned from today’s victory.

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Player Ratings: Manchester City 4-0 Brighton & Hove Albion (Premier League)

Manchester City enjoyed a fantastic win at home to Brighton on Saturday, as a Sergio Aguero brace was bookended by goals from Kevin de Bruyne and Bernardo Silva. Here’s how we rated the players at the Etihad: Ederson – 7 Calm, reliable, a little bit crazy. The Brazilian may have an eccentric side but he rarely lets it disturb his ice-cold exterior, and today was no different. Can we copy and paste this every week for Ederson, please? Kyle Walker – 7 Another good display from the man harshly left…

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Xtra Tactics: Manchester City vs Brighton & Hove Albion (Premier League)

Brighton have yet to beat City since returning to the Premier League two years ago, but can their new manager change that? Like a seagull swooping down to steal chips from an unsuspecting passer-by, let’s see if Brighton can take points from our Champions. Here’s a more tactical look at the weekend’s fixture.

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The Big Match Preview – Manchester City vs Brighton and Hove Albion (Premier League)

Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City hope to head into the international break with a win, as the champions host Brighton at the Etihad on Saturday afternoon. After a frustrating 2-2 draw against Spurs in the last game at the Etihad the Blues will be eager to register a first home win of the season, and what better opponent to do this than a Brighton side who City have endured a lot of recent success against.

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