Man City got extremely important win against Tottenham away 1-0 thanks to Mahrez goal on six minute. It was extremely tough game on terrible pitch where both teams weren't able to show their best qualities. City started controlling game from the start and used Ederson long ball to bypass Spurs pressing, which combined with Trippier... Continue Reading →
Man City coach Pep Guardiola was ranked by football journal FourFourTwo as number 1 coach in the world.
Georgi Kinkladze on playing for current day City: ''I would love to play with Guardiola. The way they play, with the players City have, I would love to. I love David Silva of course, he is a top, top player. I also love Aguero and De Bruyne. All the midfielders and strikers are so, so good,... Continue Reading →
Aymeric Laporte post match: “That’s what it is about. We aspire to win everything and these games are important for that. All the matches are important and all the teams play. Over this year many of the teams are getting positive results so we do not get anything for granted.”
Lee Mason has been appointed referee for Manchester City vs. Southampton at the Etihad this Sunday. This season Lee Mason was in charge of City game against Brigthon in September which Man City won 2-0.
Benjamin Mendy will face no punishment from The FA after lashing out at Tottenham's Erik Lamela in last night's game. The incident was seen by Kevin Friend and not included in his post-match report.
Gary Neville on MNF: "The impressive things is City's defending. Their record is fantastic. We wondered a year ago whether Stones could step in along with Laporte - they've only conceded one goal as a pairing. Guardiola has bled them into this team gently. If they stay fit and grow together they could be something special.... Continue Reading →
Pep on performance: “We missed a lot. You cannot expect against Tottenham to score a lot of goals, the pitch was complicated and we played against a physical team - with Dembele, Sanchez, Alderweireld, Dier - incredible physicality and the pitch was so complicated, it was so difficult.” Pep on team chances: “In the first... Continue Reading →
Riyad Mahrez dedicated his goal to Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha: "The boss was very special to me, I spent 4 1/2 years there and was such a good person and such a good human, so I am very sad. That is why when I scored I point my hands up to the sky to him, he was... Continue Reading →