With Agüero as the starter, Manchester City returned to victory against Arsenal

Sterling was the author of the only goal for Los Ciudadanos, who won 1-0 and added three after two games without doing so. Kun left his injury behind and played 64 minutes.

With Sergio Agüero as the starter, Manchester City defeated Arsenal 1-0, at home, on the fifth date of the Premier League. Raheem Sterling, 22 minutes into the first half, scored the only goal of the match.

Urged for a victory so that those at the top do not escape so much, Los Ciudadanos quickly found the opening of the scoreboard. Kun was the one who led a quick offensive action and enabled Phil Foden, who couldn’t beat goalkeeper Bernd Leno. However, eThe rebound was left to Sterling, who was unforgiving and made it 1-0.

At 38 minutes into the initial stage, Bukayo Saka, 19-year-old Arsenal midfielder, had the tie in his right foot, but Ederson Moraes, with a wonderful cover with his left shoulder, denied it.

At the end of the first half, Agüero went to fight a ball on the side with Gabriel, defender of the Gunners. Astute, the Brazilian waited for the Argentine to approach him and made it bounce. Immediately assistant Sian Massey raised the flag to charge side in favor of Arsenal and provoked the anger of Agüero, who reacted badly and placed his hand on his neck.

Already in the complement, the process of the match flattened and except for a free kick by David Luiz, City did not suffer too much to maintain the result. One of the highlights of the last 45 minutes was a gesture from Kun that made everyone laugh. And, when he retired from the playing field replaced 19 minutes into the second half, the Argentine raised his hands in the middle of an empty stadium and pretended to greet the people.

After two games without adding three, Pep Guardiola’s team won again, reaching seven points and, with one game less, he was six behind leaders Everton. On the next day, Los Ciudadanos will visit West Ham. For his part, Arsenal will host Leicester City in their stadium.

Source: TyC Sports

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