After 90 minutes of what felt like pure nail-biting, gut-wrenching determination, Manchester City managed to get the win over a defiant Burnley side courtesy of an extremely narrow 1-0 scoreline. Ben Golding looks back at the lessons learned.
Richard Dugdale rates the players as Manchester City returned to the top of the table after a tightly contested one goal win over a well-organised Burnley side.
Today, Manchester City lock horns with an in-form Burnley side away at Turf Moor. Should they be able to win, it will leave only two games left for City to become the first side to win back-to-back Premier League titles in ten years.
It's the first of what feels like three cup finals in the Premier League. Manchester City travel to Turf Moor off the back of a thrilling win in the Manchester Derby, maintaining their hold on the Premier League trophy. Ahead of this one, we spoke to the 'No Nay Never' podcast to get their views on the game.
Three games to go. Pep Guardiola's Manchester City side have only three games left for the season. Winning all three against Burnley, Leicester and Brighton will hand Pep and his players, back to back titles for the first time in ten years.
1 point ahead. 8 games left to play. Nervous yet? Ben Golding puts each of City's remaining Premier League games under the microscope.
After easing past Burton Albion in midweek, City are back in action in the FA cup this weekend against Sean Dyche's Burnley. Back of the net - Burnley celebrate a goal against Newcastle United. After a poor start to their league campaign, Burnley have started to turn their form around recently, with 4 wins out... Continue Reading →
It's time for this game's edition of Ask the Opposition in which Freddie speaks to Matt of the 'No Nay Never Podcast'.