Raheem Sterling has openly discussed his last-minute 'winner' against Tottenham in last season's Champions League Quarter-Final second-leg, in an exclusive interview with FourFourTwo magazine.
With VAR making another huge impact on Sunday afternoon at Old Trafford, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was quick to refer to the penalty incident involving Kevin De Bruyne at Selhurst Park when questioned on the decisions that went against his side in the 1-1 draw against Manchester United.
Pep Guardiola made his feelings known on the topic of VAR following Manchester City's 0-2 victory at Selhurst Park, in a game that involved yet another moment of controversy from those at Stockley Park.
Another weekend, another incident involving Manchester City and VAR. Wilfried Zaha's clear shove on Kevin De Bruyne inside the Crystal Palace penalty area went under review, before being unsurprisingly adjudged as a fair challenge. It's fair to say City fans weren't very happy...
That’s right, football is back with an almighty and relentless bang. Dedicating your life to finding scathing tweets about Liverpool to like and retweet, before then complaining about Liverpool fans being obsessed with City because they mention a City player when talking about one of their best players is back on the cards, baby. Joe Butterfield runs you through Manchester City in August...
VAR - Those three letters that have caused so much controversy and debate over just two weeks of Premier League action. We take a look at the decisions that have disgruntled the large majority of the Manchester City fanbase, and also how it could spark the beginning of the end of the game as we know it.
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 →
Manchester City got their season off to the perfect start by thrashing West Ham United away by five goals to nil. A Raheem Sterling hat-trick followed Gabriel Jesus' opener, and Sergio Aguero came off the bench to score a retaken penalty. Here are five things we learned as the Premier League Champions got off to a flyer.