Mute Burnley, Manchester City increasingly Away from MU

Mute Burnley, Manchester City increasingly Away from MU
Manchester - Manchester City won 3-0 over Burnley in the ninth week of the Premier League match, at Etihad Stadium on Saturday (21/10/2017). These results make The Citizens away from the pursuit of Manchester United.

City still occupy the top of the Premier League standings with a value of 25, five points ahead of Manchester United who swallowed a 1-2 defeat of Huddersfield Town. Meanwhile, Burnley is ninth with 13 points.

Appear in front of his own supporters, City appear confident. In the 7th minute, Kevin De Bruyne had a chance to lead first. However, the ball from De Bruyne left footed from outside the penalty box can be defeated goalkeeper.

Entering the 28th minute, The Citizens get a penalty after Bernardo Silva dropped goalkeeper Nick Pope in the forbidden box. Sergio Aguero who advanced as the executor did his job well.

Kick 12 pas bomber Argentina national team was successfully trick the goalkeeper. Until pause, the score 1-0 to Manchester City excellence remained.

Enter the second interval, Man City still appear pressing. Meanwhile, Burnley more survive with only occasional backlash.

In the 73rd minute, Manchester City doubled the lead through Nicolas Otamendi action. Otamendi header ball that utilizes football bait corner Leroy Sane failed driven goalkeeper.

Two minutes later, it was Sane's turn to break the Burnley goal. Breakthrough bait Kevin De Bruyne successfully converted Sane into a goal with left foot kick.

Entering the final minutes, the tempo of the game began to decline. Until the fight was over, the score 3-0 to win Manchester City survive.

Composition of players:

Manchester City (4-3-3): 31-Ederson; 2-Kyle Walker, 30-Nicolas Otamendi, 5-John Stones, 18-Fabian Delph; 17-Kevin De Bruyne (8-Ilkay Gundogan 80 '), 25-Fernandinho (42-Yaya Toure 78'), 21-David Silva; 20-Bernardo Silva, 10-Sergio Aguero (33-Gabriel Jesus 76 '), 19-Leroy Sane.

Manager: Pep Guardiola (Spain)

Burnley (4-5-1): 29-Nick Pope; 2-Matthew Lowton, 6-Ben Mee, 5-James Tarkowski, 23-Stephen Ward; 37-Scott Arfield, 16-Steven Defour (18-Ashley Westwood 84 '), 4-Jack Cork, 13-Jeff Hendrick (17-Johann Gudmundsson 71'), 12-Robbie Brady; 11-Chris Wood (10-Ashley Barnes 20 ').

Manager: Sean Dyche (UK)

Referee: Roger East

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