Manchester City by goal in 97 minute past Bournemouth
Manchester City has Saturday narrowly escaped loss of points to know to avoid. The team won thanks to a goal from Raheem Sterling deep in injury time with 1-2 of Bournemouth.
The goal of Sterling, moreover, was quite happy. The attacker saw his shot through the legs of a defender into the far corner to end up.
The home side, with Nathan Aké the whole duel central in the defense, came through a very nice goal from Charlie Daniels on lead. The midfielder took the ball in once on his shoe, and then in the corner ended up.
Halfway through the first half came City thanks to Gabriel Jesus at 1-1. The Brazilian was Aké to quickly and tapped the ball with his point.
Both teams seemed to point to the duel about to take, but Sterling gave the guests in the seventh minute of injury time still to win. Because the wing tips and then far too exuberantly shouted, he got his second yellow card and he was allowed to prematurely take a shower.
The victory is City-to-head with seven points from three matches. Bournemouth is still puntloos.
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