Sterling rescues City, then sees red

Sterling rescues City, then sees red

Sterling rescues City, then sees red

Raheem Sterling came to Manchester City's rescue with a stoppage-time victor in a frenzied finale at Bournemouth, and Manchester United overcame Leicester's resistance to maintain its ideal English Premier League start. It was Sterling's first Premier League red card in what was his 162nd appearance in the competition.

Furthermore, it was Manchester City's first win since failing to beat Everton in their last four attempts, luckily they have a better record against Bournemouth.

"I would like them to explain about that as well", he said. But with City reverting to 4-3-3 - a formation that served them well during the final weeks of last season - one half of the strike pair was in for disappointment.

And after City grabbed the victor amid a frenetic finale, Kompany told Sky Sports: "It is absolute madness".

As City slowly tried to find their way, Bournemouth grew in confidence, taking a deserved lead in spectacular style after 13 minutes when Charlie Daniels almost ripped out the back of the net with a thunderbolt from the corner of the penalty area.

"It goes to show that no matter how much you dominate the game, anything can happen at any time". Manchester City needs to make a statement with their next games and convincingly defeat their opponents to instill fear back into their rivals, and looking at their next fixtures they have a good chance to do so.

Manchester City's Abu Dhabi ownership expanded its portfolio of global clubs on Wednesday by investing in Girona FC, which is playing in Spain's top league for the first time this season.

UAE accuses Qatar of 'burning bridges' by strengthening Iran ties
Qatar and Iran share a massive offshore natural gas field that requires communication between the two countries. Qatar is now at odds with a number of Arab states. "The solution to the Gulf crisis is clear", he said.

One Dead, Suspect Wounded in Charleston, SC Restaurant Shooting
Police are negotiating with "a disgruntled employee" of the restaurant, Mayor John Tecklenburg told reporters on Thursday. Authorities confirmed that the fired dishwasher killed the restaurant's executive chef, 37-year-old Anthony Shane Whiddon.

Former Thai PM Yingluck Shinawatra has fled to Dubai, source tells CNN
The flight of a formerly powerful politician ahead of a court verdict is not a new phenomenon in Thailand. Instead, other rice-producing countries captured the market by selling at competitive prices.

Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe told BBC Sport: "We thought we had hung on for a point".

"But the referee came to his decision and we must accept that".

"We are very pleased with certain aspects of our play today".

"But you see the game and watch Everton, how many chances did we create?"

Sterling made a bee-line to the travelling City fans, a boisterous group of whom spilled past the hi-vis barracade and over onto the pitch to celebrate with their boys.

"We were disappointed that we didn't get the ball back into our goalkeeper's hands or feet from a throw-in", he explained.

Manchester City's Benjamin Mendy could be involved for the first time since signing from Monaco.

Related news