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Swansea 0 Manchester City 4       Swans Sunk
Wednesday 13th December 2017 : Bryn Jones for GYKO at the Liberty Stadium

First-half goals from David Silva and Kevin De Bruyne put City 2-0 up at the break, Pep Guardiola’s side monopolising the ball to such an extent that the only surprise was that they were not further clear when referee Anthony Taylor blew the half-time whistle.

The second period followed the same pattern and a second from the impressive Silva ended the game as a contest, while Sergio Aguero’s late fourth was the icing on the cake.

While City will have to face sterner tests than Swansea in the second half of this season, the title is undoubtedly theirs to lose.

Guardiola made four changes to his side from the Manchester derby win over United, with Danilo and Bernardo Silva included in the starting XI.

Aguero came in for Gabriel Jesus in attack, while Paul Clement replaced Wayne Routledge with Jordan Ayew for Swansea and stuck with a 4-3-3 formation.

Following their victory at Old Trafford on Sunday, City’s players had celebrated enthusiastically, leading to a controversial tunnel bust-up the FA are still investigating. In South Wales, loud music and the sound of Oasis could be heard from the away changing room before kick-off and the size of the task facing the Swans was more than obvious early on.

Free-scoring City went into this game with 48 league goals to their name and their attacking threat was immediate as they dominated possession.

Aguero smashed the ball into the side-netting and Lukasz Fabianski produced a wonderful low save to keep out Fernandinho’s volley.

At the other end, Ayew forced Ederson into a routine save on a rare Swansea breakaway, but City’s chances kept coming. Aguero and De Bruyne could not find the target and then the former headed Bernardo Silva’s whipped delivery over.

Against his former club, Swansea’s bright spark was Wilfried Bony, the powerful Ivorian holding the ball up well and proving a constant menace to Nicolas Otamendi in particular.

But, finally, the City goal arrived. Roque Mesa gave the ball away and when Fabianski dallied as Bernardo Silva’s cross arrived in the six-yard box, David Silva flicked the ball home.

Fabianski made amends almost immediately by denying Aguero from making it 2-0 but it was not long before City’s advantage was doubled. De Bruyne’s low free-kick from the left beat everyone to settle in the back of the net.

As well as Manchester City played, Swansea would have been disappointed to concede what were two soft goals and Clement introduced Tammy Abraham for Tom Carroll at the break. It failed to stop David Silva from missing an absolute sitter at the start of the second half, while Aguero again worked Fabianski. But soon it was 3-0.

Raheem Sterling escaped down the left far too easily and his pass was controlled and clipped home by David Silva for his second of the evening.

Guardiola withdrew Fernandinho with Saturday’s clash with Tottenham in mind. Yaya Toure entered the fray, but with captain David Silva running the show, you got the feeling City could have scored at will.

Ederson, off balance, then produced a superb stop to deny Mesa’s long-range deflected effort, changing direction at the last moment to keep the ball out.

But such was City’s utter control that Guardiola introduced Ukrainian Oleksandr Zinchenko, 20, for a rare outing.

There was still time for De Bruyne and Sterling to have further chances before Aguero finally grabbed his deserved goal five minutes from time.

SWANSEA (4-3-3): Fabianski ; Naughton, Van der Hoorn, Mawson, Olsson5 ; Ki, Mesa, Carroll (Abraham 46); Ayew, Bony (Fer 74), Dyer (Narsingh 65).
Subs not used : Mulder, Clucas, Fernandez, Rangel

MAN CITY (4-3-3): Ederson ; Danilo, Otamendi, Mangala, Delph (Zinchenko 73); De Bruyne (Gundogan 77), Fernandinho (Toure 58), D Silva, Aguero, Sterling, B Silva.  
Subs not used : Bravo, Walker, Sané, Touré

Referee: A Taylor (Cheshire).     Attendance : 20,870

Manchester United 1 Man City 2   Annual 3 Points at OT
Sunday 10th December 2017 : Richard Fellows for GYKO at Old Trafford

For Manchester City, this was not just the day they declared themselves the best team in town. It counts for more than that, surely, when there is now an 11-point gap at the top of the Premier League and the team in second place have just learned the hard way why Pep Guardiola’s side are disappearing into the distance.

Guardiola and his players certainly give the impression they are in a hurry to finish this season’s title race. Their goal difference – which is more, almost ludicrously, than any other team’s goals-scored column – has the effect of another point and though it still seems ridiculously early, with snow on the pavements and advent calendars two-thirds unopened, who can possibly see a way back now for Manchester United? Far more likely, the gap will just continue to grow. It would be nice, for the sake of competition, if there might yet be another twist – but that seems unrealistic in the extreme. As far as the title goes, that surely is that.

Anything else would be extraordinary after City’s 14th successive league win and a game was that was so one-sided there were first-half statistics that showed José Mourinho’s men had seen just 22% of the ball. The more important detail came in the form of the goals from David Silva and Nicolás Otamendi that won this derby, with Marcus Rashford scoring for United in between, but when was the last time, on their own ground, United had so little possession? That alone must have been galling for their supporters.

The irony is that Mourinho’s players might still have rescued themselves. United’s manager complained afterwards that Ander Herrera should have had a penalty from Otamendi’s challenge, rather than a yellow card for diving, and there was a remarkable moment when Romelu Lukaku smashed a close-range shot into Ederson’s face and the substitute Juan Mata also aimed straight at the goalkeeper with the follow-up effort. Yet the days have passed since Sir Alex Ferguson used to boast no other team scored more late goals. In fact a lot has changed at Old Trafford judging by the narrative of this game and the difference in approach between the two sides.

The crowd here might still like to sing about “football taught by Matt Busby” but, as City’s players worked their elaborate passing patterns, there was a different soundtrack. The first rendition of “Park the bus, Man United” could be heard from the away end on the 15-minute mark. The next song, expletive removed, queried whether the home team might be “scared”. Soon afterwards there were olés from the away end. OK, possession statistics do not mean bonus points but it was startling, nonetheless, to see how one team took care of the ball and the other did not. By half-time, City had played more than four times the number passes, 334 to 78, than the home side. Overall, City had 65% of possession against a team who had previously conceded only one league goal at home.

Guardiola finished the match with Silva operating as City’s most advanced player. The league leaders lost their captain, Vincent Kompany, to injury at half-time and had a spell with Fernandinho experimenting as a centre-half. Sergio Agüero, one of the best strikers of the Premier League era, was not required for a single minute. And yet the away side still found a way to outplay, outpass and outscore their opponents. Guardiola summed it up succinctly: “Last season was the same. We won because we were better. We were better in all departments.”

The only possible criticism, if we were nitpicking, was that Gabriel Jesus gave Mourinho the opportunity to refer back to his pre-match assertion that City’s players (not that his ever would, of course) dive too often. Jesus, chosen ahead of Agüero, should also have been booked for one of those tactical fouls that Mourinho had flagged up. Ultimately, however, the truth is that City did not have to resort to underhand tactics to signal their superiority.

They could certainly feel aggrieved that they were only drawing at half-time. Silva’s goal had arrived in the 42nd minute but it was a poor misjudgement from Fabian Delph that allowed Rashford his chance to equalise. Delph was caught out when Otamendi was unable to meet Marcos Rojo’s cross. Rashford was on the loose ball in a flash and fired a diagonal shot past Ederson.

Two minutes into first-half stoppage-time, that goal set up a second half in which United did at least seem to remember they were supposed to be the home side. City had an experimental back four, always slightly vulnerable to crosses from wide areas, but the same could also be said of the home team and the problem, perhaps, when so many attackers are asked to help out in defence, is that mistakes invariably occur.

In the 54th minute, Silva clipped a free-kick into the penalty area and Lukaku swung out his boot to hook the ball away. The attempted clearance ricocheted off his team-mate Chris Smalling and the ball fell invitingly for Otamendi to volley past David de Gea from inside the six-yard area for the winner.

MAN UTD (4-2-3–1): De Gea; Valencia, Smalling, Rojo (Lindelof 46), Young; Herrera (Mata 81), Matic ; Rashford, Lingard (Ibrahimovic 75) Martial ; Lukaku. 
Subs not used : Jones, Shaw, McTominay, Romero

MAN CITY (4-3-3): Ederson ; Walker, Kompany (Gundogan 46), Otamendi, Delph; De Bruyne, D Silva, Sterling, Jesus (Mangala 58), Sane (B Silva 88).
Subs not used : Bravo, Agüero, da Silva, Zinchenko

Referee: M. Oliver (Northumberland  Attendance : 74,847 

Shakhtar Donetsk 2 Man City 1    Eastern Block City
Wednesday 6th December 2017: Gary Stewart for GYKO at the Metalist Stadium

Manchester City slumped to their first defeat of the season with a 2-1 loss to Shakhtar Donetsk in their final Champions League Group F game.

First-half goals from Brazilian pair Bernard and Ismaily stunned Pep Guardiola’s side on a freezing night at the Metalist Stadium in Kharkiv, with Sergio Aguero’s injury-time penalty too late to affect the outcome.

The result mattered little for City, with top place in the group already assured, but the tame end to their dazzling 20-game winning streak was hardly the ideal preparation for this weekend’s Manchester derby.

For Shakhtar the win prompted jubilant celebrations, with a place in the last 16 now secured. Their supporters can now look forward to seeing coach Paulo Fonseca fulfil a promise to wear a Zorro mask to a press conference if they qualified.

Afterwards Guardiola told BT Sport: “Congratulations to Shakhtar. They played a good game but we did too.”

It was with Sunday’s clash with Manchester United in mind that City boss Pep Guardiola made seven changes. Among the players to come in were 17-year-old Phil Foden, for a full debut, and 20-year-old defender Tosin Adarabioyo.

Adarabioyo, who lined up on the right of a three-man back line with Eliaquim Mangala and Fernandinho, endured a tough start on only his second Champions League start.

Shakhtar’s motivation was obvious and in Brazilians Taison and Bernard they boasted plenty of attacking drive.

Bernard created the first serious opportunity after breaking down the right and evading a poor challenge from Adarabioyo. Fernandinho spared City by blocking Facundo Ferreyra’s shot.

Ederson then saved from Marlos but there was no denying Bernard after 26 minutes as he curled a brilliant shot over the City goalkeeper from just inside the box.

City’s plight immediately got worse as they conceded a second just six minutes later, again after being cut open all too easily.

Ederson, playing his usual sweeper-keeper role, paid the price for coming out of his area as Ismaily nicked the ball past him after latching onto a long ball from Taison. He calmly slotted home.

City began to show some positive signs as Leroy Sane made a good run down the right and Foden played Gabriel Jesus in on goal but Andriy Pyatov denied him a shooting chance. Ilkay Gundogan did connect with a powerful shot but Ivan Ordets blocked.

But Shakhtar continued to make most of the running, with Fred going close and Taison shooting narrowly over before and after the break.

City never looked like getting back into the game although Guardiola sent on Aguero in the hope of livening up his side and Jesus did clip the outside of the post before winning a last-gasp penalty.

Aguero stepped up to tuck home the spot-kick but time was almost up and there could be no late fightback.

“We started really well,” said Guardiola. ”We fought, I’m so pleased for Tosin (Adarabioyo), Brahim (Diaz) and Phil, how good they played in the Champions League against a real good team like Shakhtar Donetsk. We came here to win but we could not. I’m pleased with the performance.”


FC Shakhtar Donetsk: Pyatov Ordets Butko Rakitskiy dos Santos de Azevedo 63’ Anício Caldeira Duarte Rodrigues de Paula Santos Barcellos Freda Stepanenko Romero Bonfim Kovalenko 82’ Ferreyra Khotcholava 89’
Unused subs   Shevchenko, Ferreira, Petryak, Lourenco

City: Ederson Adarabioyo Fernandinho Aguero 70’ Mangala Gündogan da Silva Touré Foden Veiga de Carvalho e Silva Sané Diaz 61’ de Jesus
Unused subs   Walker, Sterling, Duhaney, Bravo, Otamendi

Referee : Benoît Bastien (FRA)             Attendance : 33154

Manchester City 2 West Ham 1     West Hammer  Blow
Sunday 3rd December 2017 : GYKO at the Etihad

The match winner was different but the outcome identical as David Silva’s 83rd minute goal maintained Manchester City’s record-setting start to the Premier League campaign and continued their habit for late heroics.

The win equalled the mark for most consecutive victories in a single season in Premier League history after Nicolas Otamendi had equalised a first ever league goal from Hammers defender Angelo Ogbonna.

Silva struck in the 83rd minute with a brilliant finish, diving to meet Kevin De Bruyne’s cross at full stretch and steer the ball in from five yards, past the wrong-footed goalkeeper.

It represented a 20th consecutive win in all competitions for the Blues, who have now not lost a league game since being beaten by Chelsea last season, 242 days ago.

It also restored City’s lead over rivals United, whom they meet in the Manchester derby at Old Trafford on Sunday, to eight points and means that, in five league games this season, City have scored goals inside the final eight minutes and picked up nine points in so doing.

But they had needed an equaliser, on 57 minutes, to set up such a finale as Raheem Sterling’s deft touch sent substitute Gabriel Jesus darting to the right-hand by-line from where his low cross was turned in from close range by central defender Otamendi.

West Ham, looking for their first win under new manager David Moyes, looked surprisingly untroubled, in the first half at least, and arguably created the better chances of the opening 45 minutes.

That was certainly underlined a minute before the interval when Ogbonna headed his side into an unexpected lead that exposed some poor play in City’s defence.

Aaron Cresswell exchanged a short corner with Manuel Lanzini and crossed for the Italian who beat Otamendi to the ball and steered a well-aimed header into the corner.

The Etihad was stunned but West Ham had enjoyed the better chances of the first half, while surrendering possession to the hosts.

The best of three decent openings fell to Lanzini, in the 38th minute, after a rare mistake by David Silva who gifted the ball to the West Ham man in midfield.

The attack ended with City keeper Ederson turning his shot around the post, somewhat unconvincingly, as the visitors coped with City’s impressive arsenal of attacking talent.

City were curiously off the electrifying pace they have set so far this season and the only moment that really troubled West Ham reserve keeper Adrian - selected because City loanee Joe Hart was unable to play in goal - came from Silva’s deflected 25th minute shot which he did well to tip over his bar.

The visitors were limited to playing on the counter but, still, Michael Antonio was close to converting at the far post from an early Cresswell corner and Ederson was forced to make a save to cut out an Arthur Masuaka cross with Antonio, again, threatening.

Guardiola had left Vincent Kompany and Fernandinho out of his starting line-up, to avoid either collecting a yellow card which would earn them a suspension and a ban for the upcoming Manchester derby.

It had looked a potentially costly decision but, at the interval, the City manager brought on Jesus and saw an immediate improvement.

A foul by Declan Rice on Fabian Delph presented Kevin De Bruyne with a free-kick on the edge of the area and his superb curling striker was parried away, equally impressively, by the diving Adrian on 55 minutes.

Two minutes later, City were level and they could have been in front on 61 minutes when Leroy Sane’s crisp shot drew another diving save out of the West Ham keeper.

It was now one-way traffic with Sane’s dribbling run and shot bringing yet another acrobatic parry out of Adrian before Sane and De Bruyne both tried shots from the edge of the area.

Soon, Adrian was required to keep out a shot from Jesus with the rebound falling invitingly to Sterling who, uncharacteristically, miskicked from what looked a promising position.

Ederson was alert to deal with West Ham’s only attack of the half, a fierce shot from Antonio and, after City’s winner, Diafra Sakho missed a glorious chance to level.

Man City (4-3-3): Emerson; Walker, Otamendi, Mangala, Danilo (Jesus 46); D Silva, Delph, De Bruyne; Sterling, Aguero ( Fernandinho 85), Sane (B Silva 90).

Subs (not used): Bravo, Kompany, Gundogan, Toure.

West Ham (5-4-1): Adrian; Zabaleta, Rice, Ogbonna, Cresswell, Masuaka; Obiang, Kouyate (Sakho 42), Fernandes, Lanzini (Arnautovic 68); Antonio (Ayew 88).

Subs (not used): Trott, Martinez, Quina, Johnson.

Referee: M Dean      Attendance :

Fixtures

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Sat  12/08/2017 17:30 Brighton   v  Manchester City Prem W 2-0
Mon 21/08/2017 20:00 Manchester City v Everton Prem D 1-1
Sat  26/08/2017 12:30 Bournemouth  v Manchester City Prem W 2-1
Sat  09/09/2017 12:30 Manchester City  v Liverpool Prem W 5-0
Wed 13/09/2017 19:45 Feyenoord v Manchester City CL gs W 4-0
Sat  16/09/2017 15:00 Watford  v Manchester City Prem W 6-0
Wed 20/09/2017 20:00 West Bromwich v Manchester City LC r3 W 2-1
Sat  23/09/2017 15:00 Manchester City  v Crystal Palace Prem W 5-0
Tue 26/09/2017 19:45 Manchester City v Shakhtar Donetsk CL gs W 2-0
Sat  30/09/2017 17:30 Chelsea  v Manchester City Prem W 1-0
Sat  14/10/2017 15:00 Manchester City  v Stoke City Prem W 7-2
Tue 17/10/2017 19:45 Manchester City  v Napoli Cl gs W 2-1
Sat  21/10/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Burnley Prem W 3-0
Tue 24/10/2017 20:00 Manchester City v Wolverhampton LC r4 D 0-0*
Sat  28/10/2017 15:00 West Bromwich   v Manchester City Prem W 3-2
Wed 01/11/2017 19:45 Napoli v Manchester City CL gs W 4-2
Sun 05/11/2017 14:15 Manchester City  v Arsenal Prem W 3-1
Sat  18/11/2017 15:00 Leicester City v  Manchester City Prem W 2-0
Tue 21/11/2017 19:45 Manchester City  v Feyenoord CL gs W 1-0
Sun 26/11/2017 16:00 Huddersfield   v Manchester City Prem W 2-1
Wed29/11/2017 20:00 Manchester City  v Southampton Prem W 2-1
Sun  03/12/2017 16:00 Manchester City  v West Ham United Prem W 2-1
Wed 06/12/2017 19:45 Shakhtar Donetsk v Manchester City CL gs L 1-2
Sun  10/12/2017 16:30 Manchester Utd v Manchester City Prem W 2-1
Wed 13/12/2017 19:45 Swansea City v  Manchester City Prem W 4-0
Sat  16/12/2017 17:30 Manchester City  v Tottenham Hotspur Prem  
Sat  23/12/2017 15:00 Manchester City  v Bournemouth Prem  
Wed 27/12/2017 20:00 Newcastle Utd v Manchester City Prem  
Sun  31/12/2017 12:00 Crystal Palace  v Manchester City Prem  
Tue  02/01/2018 19:45 Manchester City v  Watford Prem  
Sat   06/01/2018 15:00 Manchester City v Burnley FAC r3  
13/01/2018 15:00 Liverpool  v Manchester City Prem  
20/01/2018 17:30 Manchester City  v Newcastle United Prem  
31/01/2018 20:00 Manchester City  v West Bromwich Prem  
03/02/2018 15:00 Burnley  v Manchester City Prem  
10/02/2018 15:00 Manchester City  v Leicester City Prem  
24/02/2018 15:00 Arsenal  v Manchester City Prem  
03/03/2018 15:00 Manchester City  v Chelsea Prem  
10/03/2018 15:00 Stoke City v  Manchester City Prem  
17/03/2018 15:00 Manchester City  v Brighton Prem  
31/03/2018 15:00 Everton  v Manchester City Prem  
07/04/2018 15:00 Manchester City  v Manchester United Prem  
14/04/2018 15:00 Tottenham  v Manchester City Prem  
21/04/2018 15:00 Manchester City  v Swansea City Prem  
28/04/2018 15:00 West Ham United  v Manchester City Prem  
05/05/2018 15:00 Manchester City  v Huddersfield Town Prem  
13/05/2018 15:00 Southampton  v Manchester City Prem  

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