goals Nathan Ake, Bill Foden and Erling HollandIt already adds up 35 goals in a single seasonReturn Manchester City to the top of the league after a win over West Ham United (3-0), more than anyone in Premier League history.
That of Pep Guardiola, who will continue without the injured Kevin De Bruyne, dropped another daisy leaf left for them to win this premiership. After beating A, five games separate them from the title West Ham held that category for 50 minutesUntil Riyad Mahrez’s free kick was scored by Ake and Holland was punished in a race between central defenders limited by a ‘mins’ in front of Lukasz Fabianski.
This match was similar to Vincent Kompany’s right-handed ban in 2018, as the ‘Hammers’ countered very well and got into Stefan Ortega’s area at times from Jarrett Bowen. Doubts about a possible puncture were dispelled by AkéHe returned to the eleven after recovering from injury after several games.
The Dutchman headed in Mahrez’s free-kick after two first-half balls hit the post by Jack Grealish and Rodrigo Hernandez. A reassuring goal for City, who can rest with the ball from there and wait for David Moyes’ team to force their way out. Not for them to get off.
It was Holland’s 35th goal
As West Ham advanced through the lines, the connection emerged Grealish-Holland And in one transition, the Englishman filtered the ball between the central defenders, allowing Holland to speed Fabianski and The Polish goal was limited by Vaseline arriving to impress. His goal Number 35 in this premiereThis makes him the all-time highest goalscorer in a single season Andy Cole and Alan Shearer scored 34 off 9 each0. Of course, it cost both of them 42 games. Holland He needed only 31 runs. To round off the victory, Phil Foden curled a ball in from a corner with the help of a defender who deflected the Englishman’s shot past Fabianski.
With this success, City now have just five games to sing Aliron, which could be less if Arsenal drop more points. The ‘Sky Blues’ lead the table with 79 points, one game behind Arsenal. The next hurdle on City’s path to their fifth premiership in six years is Sam Allardyce’s Leeds United next Saturday.
West Ham are in fifteenth place with 34 points, with four games in hand and four games in hand. Next, At home against Manchester United on Sunday.