Jonjo Shelvey destroyed Saturday for Manchester City, when Newcastle-the player arranged for 2-2 at the end.
Manchester City will find it difficult to defend the title as English champion in football.
Saturday afternoon was Liverpool namely one of the club's former players, as Jonjo Shelvey with a late equalizing for Newcastle ensured a 2-2 in hjemmekampen against Manchester City.
With pointtabet is City now eight points behind Liverpool at the top of the table, and the distance can be extended to 11 points later on Saturday afternoon, when Liverpool has been in action for 14. the betting round.
the Belgian, Kevin De Bruyne looked to be the match winner, when he after a long and sustained pressure brought the City in front 2-1 in the 82. minutes with a pragtmål, but it was not enough.
On the trænerbænken will Josep Guardiola enough to wonder how his crew two times could throw away a lead against Newcastle.
the City took the lead for the first time in the middle in the first half.
the Lead kept in under three minutes, before Newcastle equalised after the same recipe. Here, it was Jethro Willems and Miguel Almirón, who played bandespil with each other, and the former made it 1-1.
It was also the score at the break despite a massive City-supremacy in both possession and in the number of scoring opportunities.
Kampbilledet it was the same in the second half, and it seemed also logical that Manchester City once again would take the lead, even on the 2-1 goal had to wait for. To the other hand it was a gem that was worth the wait.
Kevin De Bruyne took the ball down with his chest, and from its position a little outside of the box halvflugtede it in the goal via the crossbar.
It looked like a winner, but Jonjo Shelvey would be different, and he levelled the game to 2-2 in the 88. minutes. A little outside of the straffesparksfeltets bow he turned the ball into the box to great jubilation at St. James Park.
In the second minute of time added on had the past Esbjerg goalkeeper Martin Dúbravka disks up with an impressive rescue after a completion from Raheem Sterling.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 30 November 2019, 16:00