Premier League Manchester City defeated Brighton 0:4

As the season reaches its crucial stages, it becomes increasingly difficult to stop Manchester City. The treble winner was indeed eliminated from the Champions League at the quarter-final stage following a disappointing loss to Real Madrid in a penalty shoot-out, but qualifying for the cup final and in the league looks promising. Tonight (Thursday), Pep Guardiola and his apprentices recorded another milestone in the journey towards a sixth championship in seven years when they defeated Brighton 0:4 away – much thanks to a brace from Phil Foden.

The champion struggled to get into the game at the start and it was the host who came close to an early goal, but Danny Welbeck missed a golden opportunity and kicked weakly into Ederson’s hands. As the minutes ticked by, City found a way and began dictating the pace, and in the 17th minute they paid off with a goal advantage. Foden put in a deep ball to Kyle Walker, who touched it in the box. Kevin De Bruyne pounced on the ball and scored with a shot to make it 0:1.


Kevin De Bruyne celebrates his hair with Kyle Walker, this evening Photo: Kin Cheung/AP

Kevin De Bruyne celebrates his hair with Kyle Walker, this evening Photo: Kin Cheung/AP

From that moment until the end of the first half, the guest did not stop. Nine minutes passed before she translated her dominance into a second goal of the game, when Foden scored a stationary ball from the edge of the box. Unfortunate Brighton tried to calm down the pace and started to move a ball from behind, but it was in her hands. In the 34th minute, City’s high pressure subdued the hosts’ defense and led to Bernardo Silva’s interception of a ball inside the box. The abduction of the Portuguese arrived at the feet of the 23-year-old Foden, who with a touch rolled to score his 50th goal in the Premier League, 0:3.

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The champion lowered the tempo in the second half and Brighton got a little breathing room, but it didn’t help them with a shrinking goal. The one who did find the fourth goal in the match was City, when in the 62nd minute JuliĆ”n Alvarez scored from the center of the box and determined the result of the game, 0:4. Thanks to the victory, Guardiola’s men jumped above Liverpool and returned to second place in the table, and they are a point behind the leaders Arsenal, but City lack a game.

A group from a group of people.

1 Arsenal


2 Manchester City


3 Liverpool


4 Aston Villa


5 Tottenham


6 Manchester United


7 Newcastle


8 West Ham


9 Chelsea


10 Bournemouth


11 Wolves


12 Brighton


13 Fulham


14 Crystal Palace


15 Everton


16 Brantford


17 Nottingham Forest


18 Luton


19 Burnley


20 Sheffield United


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