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MANCHESTER CITY DEFEATS BRIGHTON

City Are showing dominance in the Premier League

The biggest surprise of this season has been Brighton and Hove Albion. After eight matches, the Seagulls have accumulated 15 points. They now occupy fourth place in the standings. For a team that is usually fighting against relegation, this is quite good. Manchester City moved up two spots to second place. The match was quite intriguing since Brighton were playing at home. Could Brighton give Manchester City a hard time, or was Manchester City too strong?

FIRST HALF HAD ALL THE ANSWERS

This match was very exciting for all Premier League fans. Would Brighton be able to cause problems for Manchester City in this match? That is the question Manchester City faced in the first half. The Seagulls were unable to compete. During the first half, Ilkay Gundogan opened the scoring. A quick double by Phil Foden after 30 minutes lifted the score to 0-3. At the time of the break, the score was still on the scoreboard. Despite their dominance, Brighton didn’t seem to be able to upset Manchester City.

BALANCE IN THE SECOND HALF

A common occurrence after a very entertaining first half is a fairly boring second half. It was Manchester City’s 3 goals lead that kept them satisfied, while Brighton and Hove Albion were unable to fight back. Brighton went ahead in the 81st minute with a penalty kick by Alexis Mac Allister. Mahrez finally gave Manchester City a three-goal lead late in the game as they tried to regain their three-goal lead. A goal scored by him helped Manchester City win 1-4 against Brighton and Hove Albion. The Reds can watch their rivals play Manchester United on Sunday from the stands.

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