Haaland wears Manchester City v Brighton, Everton unfolds against Crystal Palace

Erling Haaland actually lives on another planet. This Saturday, on behalf of the thirteenth day of the Premier League, Manchester City narrowly beat a brave team from Brighton (3-1) at the Etihad Stadium, thanks to Erling Haaland’s second brace of the season. . After 11 league matches, the former Borussia Dortmund top scorer has scored 17 goals, confirming his resounding start to his adventure in Her Majesty’s Kingdom. At the end of a relatively calm first period, during which the townspeople did not necessarily display their entire collective class and where clear opportunities were somewhat scarce, the difference came from Halland.

Haaland sees weakness, and De Bruyne puts an end to the suspense

The Norwegian took advantage of Ederson’s long ball, and took a dunk in front of speed before dangling off a powerful Webster on the shoulder with alarming ease to score into the empty goal for Sanchez on board (22). Cyborg then scored his second goal of the season by converting a penalty kick he got thanks to Dunk’s collision on Silva four minutes ago (43). This match took a different turn after the break when Mahrez, perfectly served by De Bruyne and generally disappointing, lost face to face with Sanchez (52).

Because, in the process, narrowing the difference by Trussard, who stunned Ederson with a hard kick in the near corner, interfered in the den of the England double champion (53rd place). Something to wake up the gulls, who defended Pep Guardiola’s men. Neither Mac Alister (66th) nor Trussard (73rd) could equalize. Then the KDB, based on an offer from Silva, finally protected City with a superb long shot at the illuminati (75th place). Therefore, Manchester City regains victory after its defeat against Liverpool and temporarily returns to one point behind leaders Arsenal.

The Folding Palace of Everton

In another Premier League afternoon encounter, Everton beat Crystal Palace (3-0) at Goodison Park. The light came from Calvert Lewin and Anthony Gordon, scorers respectively in the first and second half, on the banks of the Mersey. Late in the game, Dwight McNeill closed the show on closing a nice move with Iwobi, much to the delight of Toffees Frank Lampard, who smiled again after losing to Newcastle. The Eagles of Patrick Vieira fall after 3 matches unbeaten in the league and are ahead on goal difference through their opponent today in the standings.

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