Manchester - Manchester City 7-2 victory over Stoke City in the Premier League in action advanced Etihad Stadium, Manchester, Saturday (14/10/2017).
These results solidify the position of Manchester City at the top of the standings with 22 points from eight matches. The Citizens of superior two points from nearest rivals, Manchester United.
Manchester City scored the first goal through Gabriel's Jesus in the 17th minute. Brazil midfielder that utilizes cross Kyle Walker to unlock excellence.
The action melecutkan the spirit of Manchester City players. Two minutes later, Raheem Sterling scored after maximize bait Leroy Sane.
In the 27th minute, Sterling short cannoned into the front of the mouth of the goal Stoke City. David Silva shot and free-standing left leg that changes the score being 3-0 to the host.
Stoke City were able to minimize the score one minute before the pause. Working with Jese Rodriguez, Mame Biram Diouf shot tore the nets Ederson and closed the first half with a score of 3-1 to The Citizens.
Two minutes of the second half running, Stoke City gain the next goal. Cross Thomas Edwards welcomed his header from Diouf on the body of the Walker. The incoming ball without be stopped Ederson.
However, the resistance of The Potters only until the own goal Walker. In the remaining match, Manchester City adds four goals again to play Jack Butland.
The fourth goal scored Gabriel Jesus on 55 minutes. Five minutes later, Fernandinho long-distance kicks are lodged in the corner of the goal Stoke City.
Enter the 62 minutes, Sane participated and scored both of them in the game. Champions Manchester City closed via Bernardo Silva on 79 minutes. Score 7-2 for victory ended Manchester City.
Manchester City: 31-Ederson; 2-Kyle Walker, 5-John Stones, 30-Nicolas Otamendi, 18-Fabian Delph; 17-Kevin de Bruyne (8-Ilkay Gundogan 66), 25-Fernandinho (42-Yaya Toure 73), 21-David Silva; 7-Raheem Sterling, 33-Jesus Gabriel (20-Bernardo Silva, 63), 19-Leroy Sane
Manager: Pep Guardiola
Stoke City: 1-Jack Butland; 6-Kurt Zouma, 20-Geoff Cameron, 5-Kevin Wimmer (15-Bruno Martins Indi 46); Mame Biram Diouf-19, 42-Thomas Edwards (the Ramadan Sobhi 53-32), 24-Darren Fletcher, 3-Erik Pieters; Xherdan Shaqiri, 22-10-Maxim Choupo-Moting, 11-Jese Rodriguez (14-Ibrahim Afellay 46)
Manager: Mark Hughes
Referee: Craig Pawson