|Pellegrini Refuses Favourites Tag Despite Draw in Paris Fri 08th Apr 2016|
After returning home from Paris with a valuable 2-2 draw, Manchester City would have been delighted with their night's work, in what was a frantic fixture against French champions Paris Saint Germain. Having taken the lead thanks to the fit again Kevin De Bruyne, City found themselves behind after the break, as Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Adrien Rabiot put their side in front.
|City Dealt Title Blow At Turf Moor Mon 16th Mar 2015|
Manchester City’s Premier League title defense was dealt a further blow Saturday with a first loss to Burnley in 41 years. The Citizens struggled to click throughout the game, although both Edin Dzeko and Sergio Aguero did go close. However, the moment of the match came courtesy of George Boyd’s sweetly-struck effort on the hour-mark which gave Joe Hart no chance.
|Kompany In Dressing Room Bust Up Wed 11th Mar 2015|
Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany was dropped from the squad in the game against Leicester City after a dressing room bust-up with teammate Fernandinho. The pair were involved in a "blazing row" at half time during the Sky Blues' 2-1 defeat to Liverpool three days earlier, according to The Mirror.
|City Get Back To Winning Ways Thu 05th Mar 2015|
After two losses in the past week Manchester City got back to winning ways with a unconvincing 2-0 win against bottom club Leicester City. Centre half Vincent Kompany was one of five players dropped by Pellegrini following the back-to-back defeats to Barcelona and Liverpool. Pablo Zabaleta, Samir Nasri, Fernandinho and Edin Dzeko were also paid the price for the Anfield defeat but Pellegrini's shake-up paid off with goals from David Silva and sub James Milner. This made room for Wilfried Bony to make his long-awaited full debut.
|Entertaining City Tue 03rd Feb 2015|
Manchester City midfielder Fernandinho vowed to keep entertaining fans with their attacking intent. He also refused to criticise Chelsea's cautious approach that was all to evident in Saturday's Premier League fixture between the two sides.
|Stalemate At The Bridge As City Keep Up The Pressure Sun 01st Feb 2015|
Manchester City kept up the pressure on Premier League leaders Chelsea in a hard fought 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge in saturday's tea time kick off. Although Chelsea failed to win at home for the first time this season the London club's defensive minded approach suggested they were happy with a draw. City manager Manuel Pellegrini on the other hand wasn't as content telling Sky Sports;“You may say it is a good point at Stamford Bridge but for me is it not because we were better than Chelsea. I thought we deserved more than a point because we had clear chances.” Chelsea recorded only three shots on target during the match, their fewest since the season of 2003/04.
|Arsenal Stun City Mon 19th Jan 2015|
Arsenal avenged their trhashing at the hands of Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday with a 2-0 victory that stunned the blues. The defeat leaves City five points behind leaders Chelsea who City play in a now must win game at the end of the month. City included Sergio Aguero in the starting lineup, after a month-long injury absence.
|City Share The Points At Goodison Mon 12th Jan 2015|
City were frustrated on Saturday afternoon at Goodison Park where they were held to a 1-1 draw against Everton. City are now 14 games unbeaten.
|City Stroll To Eighth Straight Victory Mon 22nd Dec 2014|
City strolled to their eighth straight victory on saturday atEastlands against Crystal Palace despite having no first choice strikers available. Milner was given the No 9 role because of injuries to Sergio Aguero, Edin Dzeko and Stevan Jovetic, but Silva provided the knockout punch with two quick-fire goals after 49 and 61 minutes following a stalemate first half. The win left City on 39 points,level with leaders Chelsea.
|Rampant City Keep Pressure Up Thu 04th Dec 2014|
City maintained the pressure on league leaders Chelsea with an Aguero inspired performance at the Stadium Of Light last night. A bit of magic and a brace of goals for Aguero saw City come from a goal down to eventually romp to a 1-4 win.
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