|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.
|Sub Milner Man Of The Match In Hull Draw Mon 09th Feb 2015|
Sub James Milner has been voted Man Of The Match for his performance in the 1-1 home draw with Hull City.
|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.
|Milner Man Of The Match In Cup Exit Mon 26th Jan 2015|
Midfielder James Milner has been picked out as the best performer in Manchester City's cup defeat against Championship side Middlesbrough
|City Stunned Mon 26th Jan 2015|
Middlesbrough manager Karanka got his tactics absolutely perfect to stun Manuel Pellegrini, who rightly admitted afterwards that City’s Championship opponents “deserved” to win. Pellegrini would not though blame City's mid-week trip to Abu Dhabi for the defeat. “Of course, I understand how it looks,” Pellegrini told the Independent. “Everyone can have their own opinion. I don’t think it was the reason we lost but I will accept all opinions. “It was not a game against Chelsea and I don’t want to say [whether I would have done the same thing] because you are asking me something that is not relevant.”
|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 Look To Progress Sat 03rd Jan 2015|
On New Years Day City moved level with Premier League leaders Chelsea but no set their eyes on success in the F.A.Cup. City have reached the final twice in the last four seasons,lifting the trophy once. Sheffield Wednesday are City's third round opponents,a team they have already beaten at home this season 7=-0 in the Capital One Cup. The Owls’ most recent appearance in a final came in 1993, when they were beaten 2-1 by Arsenal in a replay. City manager Pellegrini has expressed the importance of the F.A.Cup."For our team it is a very important cup. We are eliminated from the League Cup so we will continue in the FA Cup as far as we can. I am very happy with the way we are playing; we have so many injured players but we arrange it in different ways to continue winning."
|Zabaleta Voted Man Of The Match In Burnley Draw Tue 30th Dec 2014|
Right Back Pablo Zabaleta has been voted Man Of The Match in Man City's 2-2 draw against Burnley.
|Only The Snow Could Slow City Down Sat 27th Dec 2014|
City stormed to a 3-0 lead at the Hawthorns saturday in a little over 30first half minutes. If it wasn't for the snow stormed which created almost whiteout conditions the game could of easily went on to be a cricket score. That's nine straight wins now and City are quietly keeping the pressure on leaders Chelsea. City were still without any forwards on the pitch but the good news was Jovetic did make the bench.
|City Win To Keep Pressure On Chelsea Mon 03rd Nov 2014|
City picked up a crucial victory on Sunday against rivals United to keep them six points behind leaders Chelsea. In a game that had just about everything,Smalling was sent off for United after picking up two yellow cards in eight first half minutes. A move that prompted United manager Van Gaal to call Smalling stupid. Aguero scored for City to seal the 1-0 win for the Blues.
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