Premier League results, Print 7 Goal For Manchester City Stay away from Man United
Manchester City steady at the top of the Premier League standings – the Premier League’s top caste – as well as away from the pursuit of regional rivals Manchester United.
It was not separated from the different results of both teams in the 8th weekend Premier League match on Saturday (14/10/2017). Manchester United play a draw against Liverpool, Manchester City’s landslide victory over Stoke City.
Manchester City won a landslide victory over Stoke City at the Etihad Stadium. The six goals of The Citizens to his visitors were scored by Gabriel Jesus (17 ‘, 55’), Raheem Sterling (19 ‘), David Silva (27’), Fernandinho (60 ‘), Leroy Sane (62’), and Bernardo Silva (79).
As for Stoke City’s two goals that had thinned the situation from left behind three goals to 2-3 booked Mame Biram Diouf (44 ‘) and Kyle Walker (47’).
This victory makes Manchester City firmly on top of the standings. Pep Guardiola’s men collected 22 points from eight matches, two ahead of Manchester United.
Manchester City 7-2 Stoke City (Gabriel Jesus 17 ‘, 55’, Raheem Sterling 19 ‘, David Silva 27’, Fernandinho 60 ‘, Leroy Sane 62’, Bernardo Silva 79 ‘/ Mame Biram Diouf 44’, Kyle Walker 47 ‘ bd)
MANCHESTER CITY: 31-Ederson; 2-Kyle Walker, 5-John Stones, 30-Nicolas Otamendi, 18-Fabian Delph; 25-Fernandinho (42-Yaya Toure 72 ‘), 17-Kevin de Bruyne (8-Ilkay Guendogan 64’), 21-David Silva; 7-Raheem Sterling, 33-Gabriel Jesus (20-Bernardo Silva 63 ‘), 19-Leroy Sane.
Coach: Pep Guardiola
STOKE (4-4-2): 1-Jack Butland; 42-Thomas Edwards (32-Ramadan Sobhi 53 ‘), 6-Kurt Zouma, 5-Kevin Wimmer (15-Bruno Martins Indi 46’), 3-Eric Pieters; 18-Mame Biram Diouf, 20-Geoff Cameron, 24-Darren Fletcher, 22-Xher and Shaqiri, 11-Jese Rodriguez (14-Ibrahim Afellay 46 ‘); 10-Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting.
Coach: Mark Hughes