City plays in another league

Goals from Benjamin Mendy and Gabriel Jesus give a City that is already 17 ahead of Manchester United three more points.


The national team stoppage has not stopped Manchester City. On their return to the league competition, Pep Guardiola's men have passed over Leicester City with a 0-2 that came in the second half but began to get back on track from the first half, when the 'citizens' took command of the shock and no longer released. The goals of Benjamin Mendy and Gabriel Jesus give a City that already has a 17 advantage over Manchester United, three more points, albeit with one more game.

Guardiola decided to line up Gabriel Jesus and Kun Agüero in the same week that the Argentine announced his departure from the club at the end of the season. After 60 minutes, the Argentine was substituted without any clear chance of danger. The initial goal came from Mendy, who cut wonderfully inside the area and kicked with his right leg. Before, the game had two goals canceled: one to Fernandinho for offside by Agüero and another to Vardy, also for offside in the uncheck. The dominance of the visitors was so evident and forceful that Vardy and Kelechi barely had a leading role, not even with the entry of Maddison in the second half.

In the final stretch it was De Bruyne who was in charge of sentencing the afternoon. A magnificent pass between the lines destroyed the Leicester defense and between Sterling and Gabriel, the last to touch it, they dodged Schmeichel to make it 0-2. Mahrez was able to expand the account, but failed from within the area.

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