A new City thrashes Fulham

Manchester City adds and continues on its way to the conquest of the Premier League, this time beating Fulham with goals from Agüero, Gabriel Jesús and Stones.


If Guardiola praised Fulham in the week leading up to the game it was for the bravery of their style, for the recent dynamics - a win at Anfield, for example - and because despite being on the decline, Scott Parker's men are very much alive. However, Manchester City managed to win at Craven Cottage by exploiting the strengths of their rival. The goals of Stones, Gabriel Jesus and Agüero, all of them in the second half, gave the 'citizens' three points to keep them at the top of the Premier League with a 16-point advantage, awaiting the matches of this Sunday

It was the second of the two goals that marked the future of the match. Fulham tried to start playing from the vicinity of their area, sent a difficult ball to their central Andersen and Gabriel Jesus took advantage of the rebound, dribbling an inspired Areola, decisive in the first half, and sentenced the crash. Before, Stones had advanced to those of Guardiola and later he put the settlement Agüero with his first goal in the league in 13 months.

The Argentine forward started in a new City line-up. Guardiola chose to go out with three center-backs such as Ruben Dias, Stones and Laporte, as well as two wingers such as Cancelo and Mendy, and hefted Gabriel on one wing and Ferran on the other to give Kun the lead. On the contrary, many regulars such as Gündogan, De Bruyne or Mahrez rested, awaiting the return of the Champions League tie against Gladbach.

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