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August

13/08/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Sunderland

20/08/2016 15:00 Stoke City v Manchester City

27/08/2016 15:00 Manchester City v West Ham United

September

10/09/2016 15:00 Manchester United v Manchester City

17/09/2016 15:00 Manchester City v A.F.C. Bournemouth

24/09/2016 15:00 Swansea City v Manchester City

October

01/10/2016 15:00 Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City

15/10/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Everton

22/10/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Southampton

29/10/2016 15:00 West Bromwich Albion v Manchester City

November

05/11/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Middlesbrough

19/11/2016 15:00 Crystal Palace v Manchester City

26/11/2016 15:00 Burnley v Manchester City

December

03/12/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Chelsea

10/12/2016 15:00 Leicester City v Manchester City

14/12/2016 20:00 Manchester City v Watford

17/12/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Arsenal

26/12/2016 15:00 Hull City v Manchester City

31/12/2016 15:00 Liverpool v Manchester City

January

02/01/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Burnley

14/01/2017 15:00 Everton v Manchester City

21/01/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur

31/01/2017 19:45 West Ham United v Manchester City

February

04/02/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Swansea City

11/02/2017 15:00 A.F.C. Bournemouth v Manchester City

25/02/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Manchester United

March

04/03/2017 15:00 Sunderland v Manchester City

11/03/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Stoke City

18/03/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Liverpool

April

01/04/2017 15:00 Arsenal v Manchester City

05/04/2017 19:45 Chelsea v Manchester City

08/04/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Hull City

15/04/2017 15:00 Southampton v Manchester City

22/04/2017 15:00 Manchester City v West Bromwich Albion

29/04/2017 15:00 Middlesbrough v Manchester City

May

06/05/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Crystal Palace

13/05/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Leicester City

21/05/2017 15:00 Watford v Manchester City

- See more at: http://www.allsportsnews.co.uk/news/premier-league/67758/manchester-city-2016-17-fixture-list-the-full-schedule-of-matches-season#sthash.1wLXCOC7.dpuf

August

13/08/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Sunderland

20/08/2016 15:00 Stoke City v Manchester City

27/08/2016 15:00 Manchester City v West Ham United

September

10/09/2016 15:00 Manchester United v Manchester City

17/09/2016 15:00 Manchester City v A.F.C. Bournemouth

24/09/2016 15:00 Swansea City v Manchester City

October

01/10/2016 15:00 Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City

15/10/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Everton

22/10/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Southampton

29/10/2016 15:00 West Bromwich Albion v Manchester City

November

05/11/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Middlesbrough

19/11/2016 15:00 Crystal Palace v Manchester City

26/11/2016 15:00 Burnley v Manchester City

December

03/12/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Chelsea

10/12/2016 15:00 Leicester City v Manchester City

14/12/2016 20:00 Manchester City v Watford

17/12/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Arsenal

26/12/2016 15:00 Hull City v Manchester City

31/12/2016 15:00 Liverpool v Manchester City

January

02/01/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Burnley

14/01/2017 15:00 Everton v Manchester City

21/01/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur

31/01/2017 19:45 West Ham United v Manchester City

February

04/02/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Swansea City

11/02/2017 15:00 A.F.C. Bournemouth v Manchester City

25/02/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Manchester United

March

04/03/2017 15:00 Sunderland v Manchester City

11/03/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Stoke City

18/03/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Liverpool

April

01/04/2017 15:00 Arsenal v Manchester City

05/04/2017 19:45 Chelsea v Manchester City

08/04/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Hull City

15/04/2017 15:00 Southampton v Manchester City

22/04/2017 15:00 Manchester City v West Bromwich Albion

29/04/2017 15:00 Middlesbrough v Manchester City

May

06/05/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Crystal Palace

13/05/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Leicester City

21/05/2017 15:00 Watford v Manchester City

- See more at: http://www.allsportsnews.co.uk/news/premier-league/67758/manchester-city-2016-17-fixture-list-the-full-schedule-of-matches-season#sthash.1wLXCOC7.dpuf

August

13/08/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Sunderland

20/08/2016 15:00 Stoke City v Manchester City

27/08/2016 15:00 Manchester City v West Ham United

September

10/09/2016 15:00 Manchester United v Manchester City

17/09/2016 15:00 Manchester City v A.F.C. Bournemouth

24/09/2016 15:00 Swansea City v Manchester City

October

01/10/2016 15:00 Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City

15/10/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Everton

22/10/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Southampton

29/10/2016 15:00 West Bromwich Albion v Manchester City

November

05/11/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Middlesbrough

19/11/2016 15:00 Crystal Palace v Manchester City

26/11/2016 15:00 Burnley v Manchester City

December

03/12/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Chelsea

10/12/2016 15:00 Leicester City v Manchester City

14/12/2016 20:00 Manchester City v Watford

17/12/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Arsenal

26/12/2016 15:00 Hull City v Manchester City

31/12/2016 15:00 Liverpool v Manchester City

January

02/01/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Burnley

14/01/2017 15:00 Everton v Manchester City

21/01/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur

31/01/2017 19:45 West Ham United v Manchester City

February

04/02/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Swansea City

11/02/2017 15:00 A.F.C. Bournemouth v Manchester City

25/02/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Manchester United

March

04/03/2017 15:00 Sunderland v Manchester City

11/03/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Stoke City

18/03/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Liverpool

April

01/04/2017 15:00 Arsenal v Manchester City

05/04/2017 19:45 Chelsea v Manchester City

08/04/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Hull City

15/04/2017 15:00 Southampton v Manchester City

22/04/2017 15:00 Manchester City v West Bromwich Albion

29/04/2017 15:00 Middlesbrough v Manchester City

May

06/05/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Crystal Palace

13/05/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Leicester City

21/05/2017 15:00 Watford v Manchester City

- See more at: http://www.allsportsnews.co.uk/news/premier-league/67758/manchester-city-2016-17-fixture-list-the-full-schedule-of-matches-season#sthash.1wLXCOC7.dpuf

August

13/08/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Sunderland

20/08/2016 15:00 Stoke City v Manchester City

27/08/2016 15:00 Manchester City v West Ham United

September

10/09/2016 15:00 Manchester United v Manchester City

17/09/2016 15:00 Manchester City v A.F.C. Bournemouth

24/09/2016 15:00 Swansea City v Manchester City

October

01/10/2016 15:00 Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City

15/10/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Everton

22/10/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Southampton

29/10/2016 15:00 West Bromwich Albion v Manchester City

November

05/11/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Middlesbrough

19/11/2016 15:00 Crystal Palace v Manchester City

26/11/2016 15:00 Burnley v Manchester City

December

03/12/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Chelsea

10/12/2016 15:00 Leicester City v Manchester City

14/12/2016 20:00 Manchester City v Watford

17/12/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Arsenal

26/12/2016 15:00 Hull City v Manchester City

31/12/2016 15:00 Liverpool v Manchester City

January

02/01/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Burnley

14/01/2017 15:00 Everton v Manchester City

21/01/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur

31/01/2017 19:45 West Ham United v Manchester City

February

04/02/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Swansea City

11/02/2017 15:00 A.F.C. Bournemouth v Manchester City

25/02/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Manchester United

March

04/03/2017 15:00 Sunderland v Manchester City

11/03/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Stoke City

18/03/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Liverpool

April

01/04/2017 15:00 Arsenal v Manchester City

05/04/2017 19:45 Chelsea v Manchester City

08/04/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Hull City

15/04/2017 15:00 Southampton v Manchester City

22/04/2017 15:00 Manchester City v West Bromwich Albion

29/04/2017 15:00 Middlesbrough v Manchester City

May

06/05/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Crystal Palace

13/05/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Leicester City

21/05/2017 15:00 Watford v Manchester City

- See more at: http://www.allsportsnews.co.uk/news/premier-league/67758/manchester-city-2016-17-fixture-list-the-full-schedule-of-matches-season#sthash.1wLXCOC7.dpuf

August

13/08/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Sunderland

20/08/2016 15:00 Stoke City v Manchester City

27/08/2016 15:00 Manchester City v West Ham United

September

10/09/2016 15:00 Manchester United v Manchester City

17/09/2016 15:00 Manchester City v A.F.C. Bournemouth

24/09/2016 15:00 Swansea City v Manchester City

October

01/10/2016 15:00 Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City

15/10/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Everton

22/10/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Southampton

29/10/2016 15:00 West Bromwich Albion v Manchester City

November

05/11/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Middlesbrough

19/11/2016 15:00 Crystal Palace v Manchester City

26/11/2016 15:00 Burnley v Manchester City

December

03/12/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Chelsea

10/12/2016 15:00 Leicester City v Manchester City

14/12/2016 20:00 Manchester City v Watford

17/12/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Arsenal

26/12/2016 15:00 Hull City v Manchester City

31/12/2016 15:00 Liverpool v Manchester City

January

02/01/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Burnley

14/01/2017 15:00 Everton v Manchester City

21/01/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur

31/01/2017 19:45 West Ham United v Manchester City

February

04/02/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Swansea City

11/02/2017 15:00 A.F.C. Bournemouth v Manchester City

25/02/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Manchester United

March

04/03/2017 15:00 Sunderland v Manchester City

11/03/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Stoke City

18/03/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Liverpool

April

01/04/2017 15:00 Arsenal v Manchester City

05/04/2017 19:45 Chelsea v Manchester City

08/04/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Hull City

15/04/2017 15:00 Southampton v Manchester City

22/04/2017 15:00 Manchester City v West Bromwich Albion

29/04/2017 15:00 Middlesbrough v Manchester City

May

06/05/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Crystal Palace

13/05/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Leicester City

21/05/2017 15:00 Watford v Manchester City

- See more at: http://www.allsportsnews.co.uk/news/premier-league/67758/manchester-city-2016-17-fixture-list-the-full-schedule-of-matches-season#sthash.1wLXCOC7.dpuf

August

13/08/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Sunderland

20/08/2016 15:00 Stoke City v Manchester City

27/08/2016 15:00 Manchester City v West Ham United

September

10/09/2016 15:00 Manchester United v Manchester City

17/09/2016 15:00 Manchester City v A.F.C. Bournemouth

24/09/2016 15:00 Swansea City v Manchester City

October

01/10/2016 15:00 Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City

15/10/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Everton

22/10/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Southampton

29/10/2016 15:00 West Bromwich Albion v Manchester City

November

05/11/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Middlesbrough

19/11/2016 15:00 Crystal Palace v Manchester City

26/11/2016 15:00 Burnley v Manchester City

December

03/12/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Chelsea

10/12/2016 15:00 Leicester City v Manchester City

14/12/2016 20:00 Manchester City v Watford

17/12/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Arsenal

26/12/2016 15:00 Hull City v Manchester City

31/12/2016 15:00 Liverpool v Manchester City

January

02/01/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Burnley

14/01/2017 15:00 Everton v Manchester City

21/01/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur

31/01/2017 19:45 West Ham United v Manchester City

February

04/02/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Swansea City

11/02/2017 15:00 A.F.C. Bournemouth v Manchester City

25/02/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Manchester United

March

04/03/2017 15:00 Sunderland v Manchester City

11/03/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Stoke City

18/03/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Liverpool

April

01/04/2017 15:00 Arsenal v Manchester City

05/04/2017 19:45 Chelsea v Manchester City

08/04/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Hull City

15/04/2017 15:00 Southampton v Manchester City

22/04/2017 15:00 Manchester City v West Bromwich Albion

29/04/2017 15:00 Middlesbrough v Manchester City

May

06/05/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Crystal Palace

13/05/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Leicester City

21/05/2017 15:00 Watford v Manchester City

- See more at: http://www.allsportsnews.co.uk/news/premier-league/67758/manchester-city-2016-17-fixture-list-the-full-schedule-of-matches-season#sthash.1wLXCOC7.dpuf

August

13/08/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Sunderland

20/08/2016 15:00 Stoke City v Manchester City

27/08/2016 15:00 Manchester City v West Ham United

September

10/09/2016 15:00 Manchester United v Manchester City

17/09/2016 15:00 Manchester City v A.F.C. Bournemouth

24/09/2016 15:00 Swansea City v Manchester City

October

01/10/2016 15:00 Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City

15/10/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Everton

22/10/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Southampton

29/10/2016 15:00 West Bromwich Albion v Manchester City

November

05/11/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Middlesbrough

19/11/2016 15:00 Crystal Palace v Manchester City

26/11/2016 15:00 Burnley v Manchester City

December

03/12/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Chelsea

10/12/2016 15:00 Leicester City v Manchester City

14/12/2016 20:00 Manchester City v Watford

17/12/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Arsenal

26/12/2016 15:00 Hull City v Manchester City

31/12/2016 15:00 Liverpool v Manchester City

January

02/01/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Burnley

14/01/2017 15:00 Everton v Manchester City

21/01/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur

31/01/2017 19:45 West Ham United v Manchester City

February

04/02/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Swansea City

11/02/2017 15:00 A.F.C. Bournemouth v Manchester City

25/02/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Manchester United

March

04/03/2017 15:00 Sunderland v Manchester City

11/03/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Stoke City

18/03/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Liverpool

April

01/04/2017 15:00 Arsenal v Manchester City

05/04/2017 19:45 Chelsea v Manchester City

08/04/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Hull City

15/04/2017 15:00 Southampton v Manchester City

22/04/2017 15:00 Manchester City v West Bromwich Albion

29/04/2017 15:00 Middlesbrough v Manchester City

May

06/05/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Crystal Palace

13/05/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Leicester City

21/05/2017 15:00 Watford v Manchester City

- See more at: http://www.allsportsnews.co.uk/news/premier-league/67758/manchester-city-2016-17-fixture-list-the-full-schedule-of-matches-season#sthash.1wLXCOC7.dpuf

August

13/08/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Sunderland

20/08/2016 15:00 Stoke City v Manchester City

27/08/2016 15:00 Manchester City v West Ham United

September

10/09/2016 15:00 Manchester United v Manchester City

17/09/2016 15:00 Manchester City v A.F.C. Bournemouth

24/09/2016 15:00 Swansea City v Manchester City

October

01/10/2016 15:00 Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City

15/10/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Everton

22/10/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Southampton

29/10/2016 15:00 West Bromwich Albion v Manchester City

November

05/11/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Middlesbrough

19/11/2016 15:00 Crystal Palace v Manchester City

26/11/2016 15:00 Burnley v Manchester City

December

03/12/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Chelsea

10/12/2016 15:00 Leicester City v Manchester City

14/12/2016 20:00 Manchester City v Watford

17/12/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Arsenal

26/12/2016 15:00 Hull City v Manchester City

31/12/2016 15:00 Liverpool v Manchester City

January

02/01/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Burnley

14/01/2017 15:00 Everton v Manchester City

21/01/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur

31/01/2017 19:45 West Ham United v Manchester City

February

04/02/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Swansea City

11/02/2017 15:00 A.F.C. Bournemouth v Manchester City

25/02/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Manchester United

March

04/03/2017 15:00 Sunderland v Manchester City

11/03/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Stoke City

18/03/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Liverpool

April

01/04/2017 15:00 Arsenal v Manchester City

05/04/2017 19:45 Chelsea v Manchester City

08/04/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Hull City

15/04/2017 15:00 Southampton v Manchester City

22/04/2017 15:00 Manchester City v West Bromwich Albion

29/04/2017 15:00 Middlesbrough v Manchester City

May

06/05/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Crystal Palace

13/05/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Leicester City

21/05/2017 15:00 Watford v Manchester City

- See more at: http://www.allsportsnews.co.uk/news/premier-league/67758/manchester-city-2016-17-fixture-list-the-full-schedule-of-matches-season#sthash.1wLXCOC7.dpuf

August

13/08/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Sunderland

20/08/2016 15:00 Stoke City v Manchester City

27/08/2016 15:00 Manchester City v West Ham United

September

10/09/2016 15:00 Manchester United v Manchester City

17/09/2016 15:00 Manchester City v A.F.C. Bournemouth

24/09/2016 15:00 Swansea City v Manchester City

October

01/10/2016 15:00 Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City

15/10/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Everton

22/10/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Southampton

29/10/2016 15:00 West Bromwich Albion v Manchester City

November

05/11/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Middlesbrough

19/11/2016 15:00 Crystal Palace v Manchester City

26/11/2016 15:00 Burnley v Manchester City

December

03/12/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Chelsea

10/12/2016 15:00 Leicester City v Manchester City

14/12/2016 20:00 Manchester City v Watford

17/12/2016 15:00 Manchester City v Arsenal

26/12/2016 15:00 Hull City v Manchester City

31/12/2016 15:00 Liverpool v Manchester City

January

02/01/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Burnley

14/01/2017 15:00 Everton v Manchester City

21/01/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur

31/01/2017 19:45 West Ham United v Manchester City

February

04/02/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Swansea City

11/02/2017 15:00 A.F.C. Bournemouth v Manchester City

25/02/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Manchester United

March

04/03/2017 15:00 Sunderland v Manchester City

11/03/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Stoke City

18/03/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Liverpool

April

01/04/2017 15:00 Arsenal v Manchester City

05/04/2017 19:45 Chelsea v Manchester City

08/04/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Hull City

15/04/2017 15:00 Southampton v Manchester City

22/04/2017 15:00 Manchester City v West Bromwich Albion

29/04/2017 15:00 Middlesbrough v Manchester City

May

06/05/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Crystal Palace

13/05/2017 15:00 Manchester City v Leicester City

21/05/2017 15:00 Watford v Manchester City

- See more at: http://www.allsportsnews.co.uk/news/premier-league/67758/manchester-city-2016-17-fixture-list-the-full-schedule-of-matches-season#sthash.1wLXCOC7.dpuf

Southampton 0 Manchester City 3   Kompany Fires Back
Saturday 15th April 2017 : Richard McCloud for GYKO at St Mary's Stadium

Manchester City have desperately missed Vincent Kompany this season, for his defending, his leadership and organisation. Here at St Mary’s they got all that from him and something more, as he scored the headed goal that turned a drab 0-0 draw into an emphatic 3-0 win.

This game was going nowhere until Kompany broke it open, his goal followed by others for Leroy Sane and Sergio Aguero. The three points could prove crucial, moving City back above Liverpool into third place. The top two are racing away but City are still keeping ahead of Arsenal and Manchester United, their next two opponents, in the cup and the league, in what will be the biggest week of their season.

City had played out 55 insipid minutes when they finally took the lead. It started when Jesus Navas’s 30-yarder forced Fraser Forster to tip the ball over the crossbar. David Silva drifted in the corner kick from the left. Kompany clambered up above Maya Yoshida at the near post and darted his header down and into the far corner of the goal. Forster could not scramble across in time.

It was Kompany’s first goal since August 2015 and he celebrated with the wild glee of a man who had spent a long time wondering if he could ever get to do this again. It has been a nightmare season for Kompany, this was only his seven start in all competitions, and yet he now has the chance to make a difference to the crucial finale.

Once City were ahead they played with more freedom and more speed, although that does not say much. Kompany could have scored a second from a corner, Silva had a shot blocked and Aguero failed to race away from Jack Stephens despite getting in front of him.

But Saints were coming forward and eventually City found the space to score their second and kill the game. Silva played in De Bruyne, running in behind, with far more room than he could have expected. He waited until the perfect moment and squared to Leroy Sane, running alongside him, who finished into an empty net for his ninth goal of a brilliant season.

That was game over and with the pressure off City scored a clever third. Navas played the ball to De Bruyne at the byline, he pulled back a back and Aguero jumped at the far post to head it in. Aguero had not been at his best, but neither had City, and yet they still turned it round at the end. It was a dominant second half performance that felt very unlikely during a drab first half.

Manchester City did indeed start like a team whose priority was to preserve energy for next Sunday. They dominated possession, as they were always going to do, but there was very little drive or spark to go with it. With Raheem Sterling rested City struggled to beat opponents. Navas, again at right-back, found crossing positions often enough, but none of those crosses went anywere.

It took until the final minutes of the first half for City to look like scoring but even then they could not find the precision they needed. David Silva should have done better at the far post from Sergio Aguero’s deflected cross. Leroy Sane was brought down by Fraser Forster, who got just enough of the ball to concede a corner, rather than a penalty. It was poor stuff, and City needed to do far more after the break. Fortunately for Pep Guardiola, they did.

Southampton, in truth, struggled to make much of an impression on the game. Most of this match was attack versus defence but Saints never quite had the incision or speed to hurt City on the break. They had one good chance early in the first half, when Dusan Tadic shot over from Manolo Gabbiadini’s cross. It took until the 72nd minute for Saints to go close again, with Cedric Soares met Tadic’s cross, only for Claudio Bravo to match it with a rare save.

Southampton: Forster, Soares, Stephens, Toshida, Bertrand, David, Hojbjerg, Ward-Prowse (Long 60, Rodriguez 82), Tadic, Redmond, Gabbiadini (Boufal 60).    Subs not used: Hassen, Clasie, Caceres, Martina.

Manchester City: Bravo, Navas, Kompany, Otamendi, Clichy, Fernandinho, Toure, De Bruyne, Silva (Zabaleta 81), Sane (Sterling 86), Aguero (Iheanacho 89).    Subs not used: Caballero, Fernando, Kolarov, Garcia.

Referee: N Swarbrick          Attendance: 31,850

Manchester City 3 Hull City 1   Bravo Howler - Again!
Saturday 8th April 2017 : GYKO at the Etihad

It was almost the perfect afternoon for Pep Guardiola, until Claudio Bravo had yet another moment to forget.

The goalkeeper, recalled for his first Premier League appearance since January 21, allowed a late shot from Andrea Ranocchia to slip under his grasp, from what was Hull City’s only shot on target. It means that Bravo’s record of not having made a save in the league for more than three months stands. It was an uncomfortable moment in an otherwise comfortable home win.

For Manchester City’s manager, victory was a blessed relief to follow a turbulent few weeks. Elimination from the Champions League by Monaco at the last-16 stage was hard to stomach. A run of four league matches without a win had cast doubts over qualification for next season’s competition. Then came tales of stewards intervening to stop a row involving a member of Guardiola’s coaching team after Wednesday’s defeat at Chelsea.

Guardiola’s life in England to this point has been flecked with problems. He still faces the prospect of ending a campaign without a trophy for the first time in his managerial career. Hull City rarely looked like adding to his recent difficulties, though. Ahmed Elmohamady’s own goal gave the home side a half-time lead. Once Sergio Aguero had squeezed in a second, to put himself third outright on City’s all-time scoring list, the game was won. A rare goal on a rare start for Fabian Delph added the gloss. Bravo’s late error, however, removed a little of the sheen.

Until conceding what was only Hull’s eighth away league goal of the season, the goalkeeper had been untroubled, although City’s defence were not entirely comfortable in front of him.

Kamil Grosicki’s runs down the left gave unlikely right-back Jesus Navas a few nervous moments, and Oumar Niasse should certainly have converted the visitors’ best chance of the opening 45 minutes.

As it was, a Hull player did score the only goal of the half – but at the wrong end. Ahmed Elmohamady, attempting to put Navas’ cross on the run out for a corner as it cleared Sergio Agüero's head, instead turned it past his own goalkeeper.

That moment of misfortune undid all of Hull’s solid work of the opening half-an-hour, when they had largely restricted their opponents to long-range efforts.

Eldin Jakupovic had made a good early double save from David Silva and Leroy Sane, and also tipped over a free-kick from Yaya Toure free-kick, but was otherwise able to watch on as a series of hopeful shots whizzed by.

Having gone behind, Hull should have drawn level immediately, but Niasse appeared to have been fitted with a faulty compass, skewing a shot sideways from seven yards as Grosicki’s pull back was steered towards goal by Evandro.

But the home side did extend their lead three minutes after the interval, as Sterling darted down the right and cut across goal for Aguero to control and squeeze a shot past Jakupovic, Elmohamady and Michael Dawson as they tried to block. It was the Argentina international’s 118th goal for City, putting him third outright on the club’s all-time list of goalscorers.

Sane almost added a third instantly, but fired Sterling’s cross on the run straight at the goalkeeper.

That third goal arrived just beyond the hour mark, as Sterling raced on to Toure’s pass to lead another counter attack, and then rolled a pass left for Delph to thump in his first Premier League goal in more than a year.

That would have made it a perfect afternoon for Guardiola, but it was spoiled late on as Shaun Maloney cut the ball back for Ranocchia, on loan from Inter Milan, to steer Shaun Maloney’s cut-back under Bravo’s dive with the visitors’ only shot on target.

Manchester City (4-2-3-1): Bravo; Navas, Stones, Kolarov, Clichy; Toure (Fernando 74), Delph; Sterling, Silva (Iheahacho 72), Sane (Nolito 66); Aguero 7.   Substitutes: Caballero, Kompany, Zabaleta, De Bruyne.

Hull (4-1-4-1): Jakupovic; Elmohamady, Dawson , Ranocchia, Robertson; N’Diaye; Markovic, Evandro (Hernandez 58), Clucas (Henriksen 58), Grosicki; Niasse (Maloney 83).   Substitutes: Marshall, Davies, Meyler, Diomande.

Referee: Jonathan Moss (West Yorkshire)     Attendance: 54,393

Chelsea 2 Manchester City 1    City Go Down Fighting
Wednesday 5th April 2017 : Vince Taylor for GYKO at Stamford Bridge

It was Antonio Conte, as much as a nervous Chelsea support, who best betrayed the sense of anxiety which gripped here. The Italian spent most of the second half a frenzy of livid agitation on the edge of his technical area, frantically waving to his players and barking instructions or imploring the beleaguered fourth official, Bobby Madley, to offer plausible explanations for every tight decision. He is emotional at the best of times on the touchline, of course, but all his mannerisms were particularly exaggerated as time ebbed agonisingly from this contest.

He had stared in disbelief as John Stones went unnoticed just inside the six-yard box as Manchester City’s last corner of the contest veered into the penalty area, then puffed out his cheeks in relief as the centre-half’s awkward volley from in front of goal flew harmlessly over the bar. His own cheers were drowned amid the din at the final whistle seconds later. This victory squeezed the last breath of life from City’s vague challenge but, critically for Chelsea, also kept Tottenham Hotspur an arm’s length away. Spurs could mount their late rally in distant south Wales, but the seven-point lead is maintained. Everything about this win felt significant.

It was the kind that is secured by champions, not because the home side were at their scintillating best, despite Eden Hazard’s best efforts in establishing their lead before the interval. Rather, it was in the refusal to permit City an equaliser where Chelsea demonstrated their strength. This defence has been punctured too often of late, not least by lowly Crystal Palace at the weekend. Sergio Agüero’s equaliser here, converted into a gaping net after Thibaut Courtois had inexplicably cleared straight to David Silva, had ensured the leaders are still without a top-flight clean sheet since January. Yet they had still recovered their poise to edge back ahead, and then succeeded in containing the visitors’ late attempts to force parity.

City, as Pep Guardiola was keen to point out post-match, had enjoyed a fine 10-minute spell early on and had been by far the more authoritative of the two teams after the interval. The first six minutes of the second period had seen Fernandinho, on the turn, skying a volley over the bar and Vincent Kompany, on his first league start since November, looping a header on to the woodwork. Suddenly Leroy Sané and Agüero were menacing, Kevin De Bruyne more adventurous with his passes, and Silva threatening to orchestrate a revival as if these pedigree players had been reminded of their lofty reputations.

Yet the visitors’ increased threat actually coaxed the best from the home side. David Luiz roused himself, conjuring arguably his best performance of a fine campaign, while Gary Cahill and César Azpilicueta blocked, tackled and forced away everything flung at them. That familiar trio had actually been disrupted from the start, the Spaniard thrust into a role at right wing-back in Victor Moses’ absence, but Kurt Zouma’s toils against Sané had been relieved by his withdrawal at the break. This team sought safety in familiarity thereafter. “We had a better balance and defended very well,” said Conte through a whisper, his throat raw from the evening’s instruction and exhaustion setting in.

It was the kind of defiant scrap the Italian would have relished in his playing days, his current charges heaving themselves to stifle City’s revival. Hazard, a match-winner with his two goals, conceded it was not always “beautiful” to behold but having experienced such a rare and untimely loss on Saturday, this was solely about recovery. His first-half rewards, the opener benefiting from a flick off Kompany’s head and Willy Caballero’s weak attempt to block with his right hand, would claim the points.

Chelsea’s second, plucked 10 minutes from the interval, stemmed from a penalty awarded for Fernandinho’s trip on Pedro, with Cesc Fàbregas’ slide-rule pass in the build-up a thing of beauty. Caballero had at least redeemed himself to a certain extent by blocking Hazard’s penalty, but the Belgian slid in the rebound while the goalkeeper was still prone on the turf. No one can match the 10 goals the winger has scored in this arena this term. “It was a big win,” he added. “We can do better than the way we played but after a defeat, it’s good to come back. Our target is clear.”

So is that of City. For all the exquisite nature of so much of their attacking play, and the periods of dominance they have enjoyed in both fixtures against the champions elect, Guardiola’s team lost both and are 14 points adrift, with qualification for the top four now their priority. The manager, while satisfied his team had performed “1,000 miles better” than in their draw with Arsenal on Sunday, put their failures in the head-to-head down to Chelsea being “better than us in the boxes”. He will address those issues in the summer and City will come back stronger. Just as Chelsea did here after their weekend blip. The title is edging ever closer.


Chelsea:  Courtois Zouma Matic 45’ Cahill Luiz Moreira Marinho Azpilicueta Alonso Kanté Fàbregas Borges Da Silva 81’ Hazard Loftus-Cheek 90’ Rodríguez Ledesma Da Silva Costa
Unused subs: Batshuayi, Terry, Aké, Begovic

Manchester City: Caballero Stones Clichy Kompany Navas De Bruyne Sterling 79’ Sané Agudo Durán 85’ Silva Luiz Rosa Delph Agüero    Unused subs: Touré, Zabaleta, Bravo, Kolarov, Reges

 Referee: M. Dean; • Attendance: 41528

Arsenal 2 Manchester City 2       City Stumble at the Double
Sunday 2nd April 2017 : Peter Pollitt for GYKO at the Emirates Stadium

Arsenal end a miserable run by finally showing some character, but this odd 2-2 draw at the Emirates still mostly showed why both these teams and managers have underachieved this season. Just look at the runs of forms this result tops off.

Arsenal still haven’t won in the league since early February, Manchester City since early March. That Arsene Wenger has endured a much more trying time probably means he will be the much happier manager and, far from this becoming the season-defining Arsenal defeat that many had anticipated, it instead pretty much defined City’s campaign: an impressively fast start, an odd and almost incomprehensible drop-off, an inability to take chances and then just an odd underwhelming sense of dissatisfaction with it; as if they should have done much more.

They certainly squandered the chance to beat an Arsenal that had been on the ropes and prime for a beating, and it is poor that City twice had the lead against such a struggling side but still couldn’t win.

Wenger and his players perhaps at last deserve the credit for that in what has been an awful two months, and similar situations over that time had seen them embarrassingly collapse. That did not happen here.

It was all the more surprising because City started the game looking like they could destroy Arsenal, and looking like they knew exactly how to do it. It was conspicuous from the off that Guardiola’s midfielders kept trying to play quick passes through the middle to exploit the remarkable amount of space beyond the Arsenal midfield.

It was no coincidence that was where the opening goal came from after just four minutes. If the way Kevin De Bruyne’s long ball got through was embarrassingly easy, though, there was still a degree of difficulty to Sane’s finish. The winger showed supreme composure to go around David Ospina and slide it in.

The oddity from that point, though, was that City looked like they could be comfortably better than Arsenal… but were never actually that comfortable. They were slack and never really had control of the game, even if Arsenal couldn’t quite take command. The game went into an odd low-quality slump, characterised by the next goal, albeit one the home side probably deserved.

With Gael Clichy playing two Arsenal attackers onside, the rest of the City defence seemed to fall asleep, allowing Theo Walcott to prod home in the manner of someone who couldn’t believe the opposition had actually allowed this to happen.

It was typical of everything going wrong at Arsenal right now, though, that even scoring a goal was a negative. It only succeeded in waking a slumbering City up.

Guardiola’s side were suddenly much more alert, much more aggressive, and much more switched on, as indicated by the fact it to a mere two minutes for Aguero to make it 2-1. It came from what was possibly the best move of the game, but also showed the worst of Arsenal as the Argentine was given an amazing amount of time and space in the box to beautifully pick his spot. Aguero elegantly swept the ball past David Ospina at an angle, as Wenger threw a water bottle on the ground in angry frustration.

It looked like Arsenal were about to go down a maelstrom again, especially when Laurent Koscielny went off with an achilles injury at half-time, but they directed that anger in the right way. They did not collapse. They rallied, as Shkodran Mustafi rose above the City defence on 53 minutes to head home a corner.

Having been very slow to respond as the ball bounced past Willy Caballero, Guardiola’s defenders were quick to look around for someone else to blame. The reality was that they were just generally slack, and had lost all verve from that opening 10 minutes.

An opportunity had been squandered by City, but not just in this match as a whole. There was also the chance that Aguero had just before Mustafi’s equaliser, as he headed wide from a hard Jesus Navas cross that he didn’t quite seem to expect.

Few perhaps expected Navas to perform so well in the right-back role, even he was one of a few players in this match fortunate to benefit from lenient refereeing when it came to rash challenges, and Aguero was much readier for a similar Navas ball minutes later. Just as he seemed to catch it excellently to catch out Ospina, though, the goalkeeper plucked it out of the air.

City had complaints when another Arsenal player appeared to handle in the area late on, as the ball grazed Nacho Monreal’s arm. Wenger was maybe fortunate at that point that Andre Marriner waved away complaints, but could argue he deserves a bit of luck.

Arsenal probably deserved the point, but both teams deserve to be exactly where they are in the table. This odd game showed why.

Arsenal: Ospina, Bellerin, Mustafi, Koscielny, Monreal, Coquelin, Xhaka, Walcott, Ozil, Sanchez, Welbeck.
Subs: Gibbs, Gabriel, Giroud, Iwobi, Martinez, Elneny, Maitland-Niles.

Manchester City: Caballero, Jesus Navas, Stones, Otamendi, Clichy, De Bruyne, Fernandinho, Silva, Sane, Aguero, Sterling.        Subs: Bravo, Kompany, Zabaleta, Nolito, Kolarov, Delph, Toure.

Referee: Andre Marriner (West Midlands)


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    Fixtures 2016-2017      
Date Time(BST) Fixture Comp  

Result

13 August 2016 17:30 Sunderland PL H won    2-1
16 August 2016 19:45 Steaua Bucuresti CL Qual A won    5-0
20 August 2016 12:30 Stoke City PL A won    4-1
24 August 2016 19:45 Steaua Bucuresti CL Qual  H won    1-0
28 August 2016 16:00 West Ham United PL H won    3-1
10 September 2016 12:30 Manchester United PL A won    2-1
13 September 2016 19:45 B M'gladbach CL Group H won    4-0
17 September 2016 15:00 AFC Bournemouth PL H won    4-0
21 September 2016 19:45 Swansea City LC r3 A won    2-1
24 September 2016 15:00 Swansea City PL A won    3-1
28 September 2016   19:45 Celtic CL Group A Drew   3-3
01 October 2016 15:00 Tottenham Hotspur PL A Lost   0-2
15 October 2016 15:00 Everton PL H Drew   1-1
19 October 2016 19:45 Barcelona CL Group A Lost   0-4
22 October 2016 15:00 Southampton PL H Drew   1-1
25 October 2016 19:45 Manchester United LC r4   Lost   0-1
29 October 2016 15:00 West Bromwich Albion PL A Won   4-0
01 November 2016 19:45 Barcelona CL Group H Won   3-1
05 November 2016 15:00 Middlesbrough PL H Drew   1-1
19 November 2016 15:00 Crystal Palace PL A Won   2-1
23 November 2016 19:45 B M'gladbach CL Group A Drew   1-1
26 November 2016 15:00 Burnley PL A Won   2-1
03 December 2016 15:00 Chelsea PL H Lost   1-3
06 December 2016 19:45 Celtic CL Group H Drew   1-1
10 December 2016 15:00 Leicester City PL A Lost   2-4
14 December 2016 20:00 Watford PL H Won   2-0
17 December 2016 15:00 Arsenal PL H Won   2-1
26 December 2016 17:30 Hull City PL A Won   3-0
31 December 2016 17:30 Liverpool PL A Lost   0-1
2 January 2017 15:00 Burnley PL H Won   2-1
6 January 2017 19:55 West Ham United FAC r3 A Won   5-0
15 January 2017  13:30 Everton PL A Lost   0-4
21 January 2017 17:30 Tottenham Hotspur PL H Drew   2-2
28 January 2017 15:00 Crystal Palace FAC r4 A Won   3-0
1 February 2017 19:45 West Ham United PL A Won   4-0
05 February 2017 13:30 Swansea City PL H Won   2-1
13 February 2017 20:00 AFC Bournemouth PL A Won   2-0
18 February 2017 25:00 Huddersfield Town FAC r5 A Drew   0-0
21 February 2017 19:45 AS Monaco CL H Won   5-3
01 March 2017 19:45 Huddersfield Town FAC r5 rep H Won   5-1
04 March 2017 15:00 Sunderland PL A Won   2-0
08 March 2017 15:00 Stoke City PL H Drew   0-0
11 March 2017 12:30 Middlesbrough FAC r6 A Won   2-0
15 March 2017 19:45 AS Monaco CL A Lost   1-3
19 March 2017 15:00 Liverpool PL H Drew   1-1
01 April 2017 15:00 Arsenal PL A Drew   2-2
05 April 2017 19:45 Chelsea PL A Lost   1-2
08 April 2017 15:00 Hull City PL H Won   3-1
15 April 2017 15:00 Southampton PL A Won   3-0
23 April 2017 15:00 Arsenal FAC sf Wembley  
27 April 2017 20:00 Manchester United PL H  
30 April 2017 14:05 Middlesbrough PL A  
06 May 2017 12:30 Crystal Palace PL H  
13 May 2017 15:00 Leicester City PL H  
21 May 2017 15:00 Watford PL A  
  15:00 West Bromwich Albion PL H TBA

 

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