I'm on the right side - Sane rules out Manchester United switch

Sergio Cunningham
November 5, 2018

City took just six minutes to open the scoring as Wesley Hoedt smashed an attempted clearance of Leroy Sane's cross into his own net, before Sergio Aguero doubled their lead by tapping in Raheem Sterling's cross.

Sterling unselfishly squared for Sane in second-half stoppage time to allow the Germany worldwide to score City's sixth, and he said the winger often does the same in return.

It was the Argentine's 150th league goal for City, a landmark that moved him level with Michael Owen in eighth place on the Premier League's all-time goalscoring list.

Southampton, who had kept back-to-back clean sheets prior to today, were given a route back into the match half an hour in as Ederson raced off his line and wiped out Liverpool loanee Ings, leaving referee Lee Mason with no choice but to point to the penalty spot.

"Results will come", Roy Hodgson, whose Crystal Palace side sit 14th, said after his side were beaten 3-1 by Chelsea on Sunday.

He said: "I always enjoy myself".

Sterling scored twice yesterday to take his tally for the season to six and Guardiola believes his confidence in front of goal is a world away from where it was in his first season under the Spaniard.

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But they are just scraps of consolations, because City had already won the game and gone into cruise control by then, and besides they still shipped more goals.

Instead, City completely battered Southampton in the first-half.

Morata, the former Real Madrid and Juventus forward, has now scored five Premier League goals plus another in the Europa League this season.

"We played excellently without, and especially with, the ball", said Guardiola.

While numerous bottom sides could be considered the "usual suspects", the sight of Sean Dyche's Burnley - who finished seventh with 54 points last season - is a little surprising. He is tied along with Eden HAZARD of Chelsea and Pierre-Emerick AUBAMEYANG of Arsenal.

"We played with the ball so good but not without the ball".

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