Hospitable Newcastle is at home in crisis, the City's target has won as boldly as possible to regain the spirit after a bitter fight against Wolverhampton in the third round.
Shortly after the whistle, the team of Pep Guardiola is requisitioned and squeezes Newcastle. On 8th, Benjamin Mendy joined Sterling on the left, the keeper of England crossed the ball and crossed the line and broke the opener to open the score.
|Man City has an early goal from Sterling (Photo: PA).|
Continue with the management for Man City by deploying the known attacks. However, for the multilayered defense that boss Rafa Benitez has built for the & # 39; Chiche & # 39; team, he has encountered many difficulties.
While facing the second goal, Man City suddenly got a cold drink. In the 30th minute, Newcastle attacked on the left wing, Salomón Rondón looked at and a good cross from DeAndre Yedlin in the first half.
|DeAndre Yedlin celebrates equalizer 1-1 (Photo: Getty Images).|
In the second half of the season, City still struggled to gain access to the Newcastle goal. Aguero grabbed the ball from Sterling, an Argentine striker that was not marked for Walker, a British defender, then he shot wide and made it 2-1.
After City has scored the second goal, Newcastle has gradually abandoned the defensive game, rising higher to find the goal. So the home team has some good scoring opportunities. Unfortunately, their strikers have not abused it.
|Walker celebrated his 2-1 goal (Photo: Daily Mail).|
Final, City defeated Newcastle 2-1. With 10 points / 4 games, the current champion temporarily climbed to number 3 on the table, less than two points ahead of Liverpool. Newcastle ranked 18th with 1 point.
Final: City 2-1 Newcastle
Man City: Sterling 8 & # 39 ;, Walker 52 & # 39;
Newcastle: Yedlin 30 & # 39;
Man City: Ederson; John Stones, Benjamin Mendy, Kyle Walker, Aymeric Laporte; Fernandinho, Riyadh Mahrez, David Silva; Sergio Aguero, Gabriel Jesus, Raheem Sterling.
Subsidies are: Ilkay Gundogan, Phil Foden, Nicolas Otamendi, Bernardo Silva, Fabian Delph, Arijanet Muric and Vincent Kompany.
Newcastle: Martin Dubravka; Jamaal Lascelles, Ciaran Clark, DeAndre Yedlin, Paul Dummett, Federico Fernandez; Mohamed Diame, Kenedy, Ki Sung-yueng, Ayoze Perez; Salomon Rondon.
Subs: Karl Darlow, Jamie Sterry, Christian Atsu, Sean Longstaff, Joselu, Jacob Murphy, Yoshinori Muto.