City facing 0-1 to victory over Leicester in the topkamp

Kasper Schmeichel had to, despite a good effort to see themselves passed three times, when Manchester City beat Leicester. Leicester is still number two in th

City facing 0-1 to victory over Leicester in the topkamp

Kasper Schmeichel had to, despite a good effort to see themselves passed three times, when Manchester City beat Leicester.

Leicester is still number two in the Premier League, but Manchester City may very well be the best bet on a competitor to the Premier League sovereign førerhold, Liverpool.

Saturday night was Manchester City, at least clearly the best and won hjemmekampen against Leicester with 3-1.

Leicester led otherwise the game 1-0, but it shook the City, who could have won more, if not Kasper Schmeichel had a good day in the Leicester goal.

the City came with the victory of 38 points for 18 matches in third place, while Leicester have 39. In the first place has Liverpool 49 points for a match fewer even.

City dominated the game massively in the first half, and Kasper Schmeichel had to pull several big saves rather than to fend off target for the hosts.

After about a quarter of an hour delivered the dane a masterful rescue, when Gabriel Jesus completed for the point-blank range, and ten minutes later it was his fodparade in the way of Raheem Sterling's intrusive attempts.

In the meantime, Leicester, contrary to games and chances brought out in front 1-0 after a sublime counterattack after a good 20 minutes.

Harvey Barnes sent an excellent ball in depth to Jamie Vardy, who were down towards the City goalkeeper Ederson. Vardy came quite close to the keeper, before a clever vip scored from a severe angle.

the Lead kept, however, only in barely ten minutes. Riyad Mahrez pulled into the lane from the right and completed. The ball roamed the defender Caglar Söyüncü and cheated Schmeichel in goal, and so it became 1-1.

It looked like pausestillingen, but in halvlegens end of the war near vienna Sterling a penalty which Ilkay Gündogan was set to execute.

He had watched Gündogan, but could not prevent the well-placed and hard kick in the to go check out by the post.

Despite the lead continued City dominance after the break, and the match was effectively decided midway through the second half.

Kevin De Bruyne winding through the field in the right side and sent a fine ball to the opposite post, where Gabriel Jesus easily could score.

Leicester had not the strength to create new excitement in the fight, and the City was closer to deepen the victory.

/ritzau/

Updated Date: 21 December 2019, 20:00

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