Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer was full of praise for Liverpool's Alisson and Manchester City's Ederson yesterday, when speaking to France Football as relayed by Mail Sport.
Heaven knows I’m miserable now following what was a hideously frustrating finish to a game that City dominated throughout and undoubtedly deserved to win. Whilst the decision to disallow Jesus’ would-be winner was sickening enough to observe, the blues were also denied a stone-wall penalty in the first half as Rodri was grappled and flung to the ground by Erik Lamela during an early City corner. Nevertheless, here are five things we learned from the game:
Manchester City somehow failed to beat Tottenham Hotspur at the Etihad as VAR overturned a late Gabriel Jesus winner. Despite Sergio Aguero and Raheem Sterling goals being just two of dozens of chances City created, Spurs scored both of theirs and got away with a point. Here's how we rated the players... Ederson - 6... Continue Reading →
A storming start to our Premier League title defense this past weekend, but there is no time to rest on our laurels. Our good old friends from last season Tottenham Hotspur come to town on Saturday in an early season blockbuster. This match promises to be full of tactical battles, moments of individual skill, and much more. Daniel Levy was very unlike himself this summer, and there could be a few new faces in the Spurs side since last seasons 1-0 win in the same fixture. What kind of team are City in store to face?
After seeing City demolish West Ham 5-0 on the opening weekend of the new season, next up is an early showdown with Tottenham Hotspur. The Champions of England started their new campaign off with style with goals from Gabriel Jesus, Sergio Aguero and an opening day hat trick for Raheem Sterling.
It surely can't get any better than match day one can it? Well given how many times Guardiola has insisted during pre-season that the squad can improve on the last two season's we should certainly expect our Catalan manager to be driving his players even further on from that 5-0 opening weekend victory at West Ham. Ahead of this one, we spoke to lifelong Spurs fan Max!
After the perfect start to the Premier League season last week, Manchester City face a tougher test as they welcome Tottenham Hotspur to the Etihad stadium. Guardiola's men have won this fixture in the last two seasons, but nothing is a given when Pochettino's side come to visit. Here's how we think City will line up on Saturday...
With three weeks to go in the summer market it appears that most of City’s business is done and dusted, another slow day on the transfer front with a lot of repeat names featured. Fresh reports around Mbappe to City and Laporte has his say on the centre back situation. But more importantly, is the Sané saga finally over?