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Tuesday 22nd October 2019 : GYKO at the Etihad

On a night of firsts for Manchester City’s English contingent, they could savour one more than the other. Raheem Sterling’s maiden Champions League hat-trick rendered the first red card of Phil Foden’s career a footnote.

If that was attributable to the folly of youth, Sterling epitomises Pep Guardiola’s perpetual quest for exponential improvement and this was another milestone in his development. His treble was all the more notable as it came in 11 minutes, and he had also set up both of Sergio Agüero’s five-minute double. On the night, as in his time at City, it was quite a turnaround Sterling instigated. Having trailed, City overwhelmed Atalanta to take a five-point lead at the summit of Group C. The knockout stages beckon.

“I am so satisfied with the result,” said Guardiola. Whenever he praises an opponent’s attacking gameplan while previewing a match, it can be the prelude to a thrashing. So it proved. “I really admire them for their bravery,” the City manager said, but bravery backfired for the Italian side.

Serie A’s top scorers had a goal disallowed, with Remo Freuler denied, could easily have added others and were enterprising and entertaining. But City capitalised as Atalanta attempted to man-mark across the pitch. They had no individual capable of halting Sterling. They remain pointless.

“Raheem was brilliant,” Guardiola added. “He is an incredible player for us.” It was high praise, but his perfectionism is rubbing off on his players. “Perfect night,” said Sterling. “But I should have had four.” He rued the moment when Foden released him and he rolled a shot past the far post.

Three sufficed to make him only the eighth Englishman to score a Champions League hat-trick. All of the other seven are strikers by trade and Sterling’s treble came from the left flank, each showing his capacity to cut infield. His first goal, and City’s third, stemmed from a powerful surge from Kevin De Bruyne, followed by a sharp turn that left Rafael Toloi on his backside. The Belgian found Foden whose selflessness was apparent as he squared the ball to Sterling, in a better position, to lift his shot into the roof of the net.

A precise low finish followed after Ilkay Gündogan, with similar accuracy, provided a defence-splitting pass while he ensured he departed with the match ball by ghosting in to apply the finishing touch to Riyad Mahrez’s cross. “All the credit is for him,” added Guardiola, deflecting the praise for the transformation of a man who had never scored more than 12 goals in a season before they linked up and who now has 16 for this campaign already. “I think he has the desire to be better. He helps us a lot.”

He aided, abetted and assisted Agüero. It was the Argentinian’s destiny to be eclipsed by Sterling but, if City were relieved when he escaped unhurt from a car crash last week, he inflicted some damage on Atalanta, who led for six minutes before, in a mirror image of Sterling’s first goal, Agüero applied a deft touch to the winger’s chipped cross. His second came from the penalty spot after Andrea Masiello felled Sterling.

It amounted to a busy night for the referee, Oscar Grinfeld, who awarded each side a spot-kick. The one City gave away may have illustrated the perils of playing without specialist centre-backs. It was perhaps more of a surprise that Guardiola operated without a Silva, with both David and Bernardo rested, than that he began with two midfielders at the heart of the defence. It became an awkward night for both. Rodri hobbled off with a hamstring strain as the injury curse of City’s centre-backs, permanent or makeshift, continued. “Ten days [out],” predicted Guardiola. “Three weeks if it is broken.” Before then, Fernandinho betrayed his unfamiliarity with the position by getting his geography wrong when he caught Josip Ilicic inside the box. Ruslan Malinovskyi dispatched the resulting penalty.

The Ukrainian was fouled for Foden’s first yellow card. His second seemed inevitable when he tugged back Marten de Roon, although Guardiola, who gave the teenager a consolatory pat on the back on his way off, confronted the fourth official. “He told me not to talk too much because he wanted to show me the yellow card,” said the City manager.

He was happier to discuss Foden’s influential display, saying he had selected a player granted only 11 minutes of Premier League football this season in part because of his box-to-box running power. “He has to be a bit more clever when he has the yellow,” he said. “Yellow card, be careful. But that experience is going to help him. With Phil, the important thing is not the red card but the way he played.” He will not take further disciplinary action against the dismissed midfielder. “I never fine except for a stupid thing. He played so well that maybe I have to pay him [more].”

MANCHESTER CITY (4-3-3): Ederson ; Walker, Fernandinho, Rodri (Stones 41), Mendy (Cancelo 71); De Bruyne  (Otamendi 68), Gundogan, Foden; Mahrez , Aguero, Sterling
Subs not used: Bravo, Jesus, B Silva, D Silva

ATALANTA (3-4-1-2): Gollini ; Toloi, Djimsiti, Masiello (Pasalic 46); Castagne, De Roon , Freuler, Gosens; Malinovskyi ; Ilicic (Hateboer 72), Gomez (Muriel 46)
Subs not used: Sportiello, Arana, Ibanez, Barrow

Referee: Orel Grinfeld 6         Attendance:

Crystal Palace 0 Manchester City 2      Selhurst Park Run
Saturday 20th October 2019 : Ken Francis for GYKO at Selhurst Park

If Manchester City go on to retain the title they may look back at this game as an important step. The champions arrived here with their backs against the wall having lost to Wolves before the international break and with Liverpool sailing off in the distance. If that was not bad enough, Pep Guardiola was forced into deploying a team containing no recognised central defenders. Another slip looked possible but instead City showed their class and defiance to record a victory that puts them within five points of Jürgen Klopp’s men, who visit Old Trafford on Sunday.

It remains early days in the title race but this nevertheless felt like a notable win for Guardiola’s team given the context and the circumstances. Some sides may have stumbled; City instead dominated possession, territory and chances created. Crystal Palace mustered a period of pressure late on, having been deflated by Gabriel Jesus and David Silva’s goals in the space of two first-half minutes, but that merely gave the platform for Ederson to show why he is one of the best goalkeepers in the world.

“As always we were good,” said Guardiola. “This was an important three points away from home and hopefully we can continue with our good performances.” City’s next chance to shine comes against Atalanta in the Champions League on Tuesday and it will be intriguing to see if Guardiola again deploys Fernandinho and Rodri as his centre-backs.

His hand was somewhat forced into doing so here given Aymeric Laporte’s long-term absence with a knee injury and the knock Nicolás Otamendi sustained on international duty. John Stones was back from a thigh injury but he was deemed fit enough only for the bench. All that meant Guardiola doing that most Guardiola of things and playing two midfielders at the heart of a defence also lacking Kyle Walker due to illness.

Fernandinho and Rodri performed well as a partnership but, in truth, that was because they were rarely tested: partly because of how City controlled proceedings and partly because of Palace’s lack of threat until Christian Benteke came on as a 76th-minute substitute. “I thank both of them [Fernandinho and Rodri] because it’s not easy to play against the strikers Palace have,” said Guardiola. “They did really well.”

That was pretty much the case for everyone who featured for City, in particular Bernardo Silva, David Silva and, on his return from a groin injury, Kevin De Bruyne. The trio not only hogged possession in midfield but also used it sharply and quickly, while off the ball they contributed to a collective press that prevented Palace building up much momentum.

Jesus also shone having been selected ahead of Sergio Agüero in attack and he fully justified that decision with a diving header from Bernardo Silva’s excellent cross on 39 minutes that secured his 50th goal for the club. City’s second goal was a thing of beauty, a sweeping crossfield move that ended with Raheem Sterling playing a perfectly weighted chipped pass into the path of David Silva, who volleyed the ball expertly through the legs of Wayne Hennessey.

The only frustration for Guardiola was that his team did not score more, and in particular that they were denied the chance to do so from the penalty spot after Wilfried Zaha appeared to push De Bruyne in the area on 62 minutes. The referee Anthony Taylor did not give it and neither did Michael Oliver on review in his role as VAR. “He [De Bruyne] dived,” Guardiola said with dripping sarcasm. “Every week he is diving.”

For Palace this was a first home defeat since they lost 3-1 to City in April. The closest they came to scoring was through Benteke’s header, less than a minute after he replaced Luka Milivojevic, and Zaha’s drilled effort on 88 minutes.

But on both occasions Ederson made fine diving saves and ultimately there was a sense that things could have been different had Roy Hodgson released his team from the shackles of their 4-5-1 formation much earlier. Not that he saw it that way.“We could not have done more against what is a very good team,” said the Palace manager. “If we spend £250m and bring in some of the best players from Europe we may have a chance but we’re hardly playing on a level playing field right now.”

Crystal Palace (4-3-3): Hennessey; van Aanholt, Tomkins (Dann 83), Cahill, Ward; Milivojevic (Benteke 76), McArthur, Kouyate; Schlupp (Townsend 55), Zaha, Ayew     
Subs not used: Henderson, McCarthy, Meyer, Riedewald

Manchester City (3-1-4-2): Ederson; Cancelo, Fernandinho, Mendy; Rodri; D Silva (Stones 79), Gundogan, De Bruyne (Foden 90), B Silva; Jesus, Sterling         
 Subs not used: Aguero, Bravo, Angelino, Garcia, Mahrez

Referee: Anthony Taylor     Attendance :

Manchester City 0 Wolverhampton Wanderers 2    Wolves Bite City
Sunday 6th October 2019 : GYKO at the Etihad

Manchester City are already eight points behind Liverpool following this concerning defeat, the result of two late goals from Adama Traoré on the counter that had been coming all afternoon from a dogged and focused Wolves.

City’s patched-up defence proved a liability, justifying Pep Guardiola’s concern when Nicolás Otamendi and Fernandinho became the centre-back pairing because of injuries to Aymeric Laporte and John Stones.

City, who have now lost two of their opening eight games, had dominated the ball throughout but lacked verve near Rui Patrício’s goal and were vulnerable when attacked. Traoré’s first, in particular, was all of this in microcosm. A City foray broke down and Raúl Jiménez made a mug of Otamendi then found the Spaniard, who showed plenty of composure with his finish. For his second, Traoré was put through by Jiménez once more and again made no mistake.

The rhythm that signifies City are in their hypnotic groove never looked close to being established. Instead, what unfolded was a disrupted display. An illustration came early on when Riyad Mahrez found David Silva along the left; he had time to engineer an opening but this yielded nothing. Mahrez then committed a howler – the first of many from City – that had Guardiola crouching in anguish. This was a pass that went straight to Jiménez. He sprinted at Ederson down the middle and Fernandinho was needed to perform a double-block: first with a leg, then via his head when Patrick Cutrone followed up.

Otamendi had been beaten with ease when Jiménez made room for his effort. Now, the Argentinian hit a second loose City pass. Again, Jiménez was the beneficiary. This time a combination of Fernandinho and Ederson kept the scores level, the No 9 ending on top of the latter in a sight reminiscent of mixed-martial arts.

Guardiola has discussed the need to be more solid at the back with regard to eliminating “clear chances”. What he was witnessing was City proving most at sea since Stones went down last month.

Five successive victories and only one goal conceded had followed. Yet when Jiménez skated past João Cancelo along the right and crossed, the ball travelled across the area to the unmarked Rúben Vinagre as more gaps were exposed. City rushed towards the winger, though, and a shot that might have troubled Ederson was deflected away.

Attack-as-defence is a truism of Guardiola’s virtuoso side, one he cited in the buildup. The problem, though, was a lack of a consistent edge near Patrício’s goal. When the blue wave next went at Wolves Raheem Sterling did cause the goalkeeper to beat the ball out. More encouragement came via a Cancelo shot, a Sergio Agüero header back at goal, and a Silva cross. Yet, Wolves held firm. As Nuno Espírito Santo noted afterwards his players pressing in numbers caused City to hurry. When Cancelo collected in front of the Wolves D, four black-shirted opponents stymied him.

By the break City could reflect on a late Kyle Walker attempt, saved by Patrício, but the vulnerability in the rearguard was their glaring problem. The City full-back, recovering from an infection, was replaced by Oleksandr Zinchenko for the second half. This meant Cancelo going to right-back and the Ukrainian taking his berth.

City, though, remained open to the counterattack. A Cutrone burst had Rodri scything him down, causing Craig Pawson to book the midfielder, the referee also showing yellow to Cancelo for an infringement earlier in the move.

If Jürgen Klopp and his Liverpool players were watching the conclusion was clear. City are lacking the vibrancy and ruthlessness that has swept them to their last two titles. The stuttering display had Guardiola introducing Bernardo Silva for Mahrez on the hour. Yet City frustration continued. David Silva seemed to make a fair challenge near Wolves’ area but Pawson gave a foul. Nuno’s men moved upfield and won a corner. Ederson complained about the initial decision and was booked.

There was better when David Silva crashed a free-kick off Patrício’s bar and in the ensuing action the same player went close with a hooked effort. Guardiola’s final substitution was telling: on came Gabriel Jesus – not for Agüero but David Silva, the manager feeling the need for both strikers.

It yielded nothing as this ended as the black-shirted Wolves’ first league triumph over City in nine years. Nuno’s side can boast a fine victory that moves them up to mid-table while City stare at a yawning gap to Liverpool well before the clocks go back at the end of the month at the end of the month. Their two defeats make this City’s poorest start since 2013-14. City finished that season as champions but were only three points behind the leaders at this stage.

There is enough time to erase the current deficit but what may privately worry Guardiola is how sluggish his players look so early in the campaign. They had done so, too, at Everton last Saturday before eventually winning 3-1.

This was City’s first home league defeat since going down 3-2 to Crystal Palace on 22 December last year. Now, the manager will need the impending international break to regroup ahead of resuming the championship defence in a fortnight.

Manchester City (4-3-3): Ederson; Walker (Zinchenko 46), Otamendi, Fernandinho, Cancelo; Gundogan, Rodri, D Silva (Jesus 75); Mahrez (B Silva 60), Aguero , Sterling
Subs not used: Bravo, Angelino, Foden, Garcia

Wolves (3-5-2): Patricio; Boly, Coady, Saiss (Bennett 13); Traore , Dendoncker, Moutinho , Neves, Vinagre (Otto 74); Jimenez, Cutrone (Doherty 68)
Subs not used: Ruddy, Vallejo, Gibbs-White, Kilman

Ref: Craig Pawson 6   Attendance :

Manchester City 2 Dinamo Zagreb 0    Super Sub Stirling
Tuesday 1st October 2019: GYKO at the Etihad

Pep Guardiola’s introduction of Raheem Sterling after the break transformed this second group-stage match for Manchester City. Until then Dinamo Zagreb had stymied England’s champions, yet 10 minutes after entering Sterling had a 10th goal in 12 appearances and City were cruising to a second victory and had Group C in their control. The forward completed a scintillating cameo by creating Phil Foden’s second on 95 minutes.

“He’s a player who is always there, he has this talent,” Guardiola said of Sterling. “He loves to score goals, you always have that feeling. He said a few days ago he missed chances at Everton [where he also scored] but he was always thinking of the next one. I think still he can improve his finishing. Today the pass for Phil was perfect. But still there is a gap to be even more clinical – but it’s important that all the time he’s there and that’s why he’s been able to score the goals.”

Guardiola made five changes from the victory at Everton. Kevin De Bruyne was omitted due to a groin problem – his availability for the visit of Wolves on Sunday is in the balance – while Bernardo and David Silva, Benjamin Mendy, João Cancelo and Sergio Agüero all came in. Sterling, Gabriel Jesus, Oleksandr Zinchenko and Kyle Walker were the others to drop out.

Zagreb had won their previous match 4-0 on Friday and arrived hoping to end a dismal streak of 12 consecutive losses in Champions League away group games. Guardiola’s wish that City fans be “seduced” by the competition was not answered during the pre-game anthem, which was booed as has become customary at the Etihad, and the contest was stopped almost instantly following kick-off when Rodri fell awkwardly. This may have affected City’s rhythm because they were slow to settle, with one needlessly loose pass from Agüero indicative of the wider problem.

Guardiola had again plumped for the centre-back pairing of Fernandinho and Nicolás Otamendi but neither they nor the rest of the defence could stop Dino Peric rising to head at Ederson’s goal from a free-kick. The effort went too high. Yet action in the visitors’ area was served up on a near-permanent loop until half-time, Agüero repeatedly receiving the ball and looking to fire a shot off or find Riyad Mahrez.

What kept the score level was a dogged Dinamo rearguard and the referee’s refusal to award a penalty when Kévin Théophile-Catherine seemed to handball near goal. The latter incident was surely an example of what VAR is supposed to clear up but Nenad Bjelica’s team were allowed to escape. Seconds later, David Silva also thought he had a decent penalty shout but Serdar Gözübüyük was again not interested in awarding the kick. By the interval, City had somehow failed to breach Dominik Livakovic’s goal though Guardiola’s instructions may have been to simply keep on keeping on, given his team’s dominance.

What the manager will not have suggested was for Rodri to begin the second half by giving the ball up for Bruno Petkovic to run clear towards Ederson. But as his team mates waited to be played in the No 9 dawdled and the danger fizzled out.

Zagreb soon committed their own howler, a mix-up between Peric and Livakovic letting the ball spill to Agüero, who could not quite capitalise as the angle tightened. Next, a slick City corner ended with Ilkay Gündogan chipping the ball to the back post towards a lurking Agüero before Livakovic cleared with a punch.

Eleven minutes into the second period Guardiola had seen enough, and he took off the muted Bernardo Silva for Sterling in an attempt to find the killer touch that had been absent. City camped in the final third but frustration grew as the yellow wall put up by Croatia’s champions remained firm. That was until, at last, the hosts made the breakthrough when Sterling hammered home a precise Mahrez cross and Guardiola celebrated with the home support.

The manager’s decision to bring on Sterling had gained City the ascendancy they deserved. What they did not receive was a penalty when Petar Stojanovic took Sterling down – but the decision looked correct, Stojanovic connecting with ball first. It did however spark a Guardiola tantrum and the Catalan was booked – much to his chagrin. This, though, ended as a satisfying evening for him and his side, capped when Sterling broke clear to set up Foden, the midfielder slotting coolly home in the closing moments.

Of the 19-year-old, who has never been selected for a senior England squad, Sterling said: “I am buzzing for Phil and I want him in the national team, if he keeps going he will be there.” It is indicative of City’s depth that Foden is not yet a regular in their XI.

Manchester City (4-3-3): Ederson; Cancelo (Sterling 55mins), Fernandinho, Otamendi, Mendy; Gundogan, Rodri, David Silva (Foden 90); Mahrez , Aguero, Bernardo Silva
Subs not used: Bravo, Walker, Jesus, Angelino, Garcia

Dinamo Zagreb (5-3-2): Livakovic; Stojanovic, Theophile-Catherine (Gavranovic 75), Dilaver, Peric , Leovac; Moro, Ademi, Olmo; Orsic (Gojak 62), Petkovic (Atiemwen 84)
Subs not used: Zagorac, Pinto, Gojak, Situm, Atiemwen, Kadzior

Ref: S Gozubuyuk (Hol)               Att: 49,046

Manchester City Fixtures & Results 2019/20

Date Kick Off Opponent Venue  Comp Result
Su 04/08/2019 15:00 Liverpool Wembley CS D 1-1*
Sa 10/08/2019 12:30 West Ham United A PL W 5-0
Sa 17/08/2019 17:30 Tottenham Hotspur H PL D  2-2
Su 25/08/2019 14:00 Bournemouth A PL W 3-1
Sa 31/08/2019 15:00 Brighton & Hove Albion H PL W 4-0
Sa 14/09/2019 17:30 Norwich City A PL L  3-2
We 18/09/2019 20:00 Shakhtar Donetsk A CL W 3-0
Sa 21/09/2019 15:00 Watford H PL W 8-0
Tu 24/09/2019 19:45 Preston North End A LC W 3-0
Sa 28/09/2019 17:30 Everton A PL W 3-1
Tu 01/10/2019 20:00 Dinamo Zagreb H CL W 2-0
Su 06/10/2019 14:00 Wolverhampton Wanderers H PL L  2-0
Su 20/10/2019 17:30 Crystal Palace A PL W 2-0
Tu 22/10/2019 20:00 Atalanta H CL W 5-1
Sa 26/10/2019 12:30 Aston Villa H PL  
Tu 29/10/2019 19:45 Southampton H EFL  
Sa 02/11/2019 15:00 Southampton H PL  
We 06/11/2019 20:00 Atalanta A CL  
Su 10/11/2019 16:30 Liverpool A PL  
Sa 23/11/2019 17:30 Chelsea H PL  
Tu 26/11/2019 20:00 Shakhtar Donetsk H CL  
Sa 30/11/2019 12:30 Newcastle United A PL  
Tu 03/12/2019 20:15 Burnley A PL  
Sa 07/12/2019 17:30 Manchester United H PL  
We 11/11/2019 17:55 Dinamo Zagreb A CL  
Su 15/12/2019 16:30 Arsenal A PL  
Sa 21/12/2019 17:30 Leicester City H PL  
Fr  27/12/2019 19:45 Wolverhampton Wanderers A PL  
Su 29/12/2019 18:00 Sheffield United H PL  
We 01/01/2020 17:30 Everton H PL  
Su 12/01/2020 16:30 Aston Villa A PL  
Sa 18/01/2020 15:00 Crystal Palace H PL  
Tu 21/01/2020 19:30 Sheffield United A PL  
Sa 01/02/2020 15:00 Tottenham Hotspur A PL  
Sa 08/02/2020 15:00 West Ham United H PL  
Sa 22/02/2020 15:00 Leicester City A PL  
Sa 29/02/2020 15:00 Arsenal H PL  
Sa 07/03/2020 15:00 Manchester United A PL  
Sa 14/03/2020 15:00 Burnley H PL  
Sa 21/03/2020 15:00 Chelsea A PL  
Sa 04/04/2020 15:00 Liverpool H PL  
Sa 11/04/2020 15:00 Southampton A PL  
Sa 18/04/2020 15:00 Newcastle United H PL  
Sa 25/04/2020 15:00 Brighton & Hove Albion A PL  
Sa 02/05/2020 15:00 Bournemouth H PL  
Sa 09/05/2020 15:00 Watford A PL  
Su17/05/2020 14:00 Norwich City H PL  

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