Manchester City drop points in London after a 2-2 draw against West Ham United. The Cityzens were down by 2-0 in the first half and had to put in an inspired performance in the second half which saw Grealish score before Vladamir Coufal scored an own goal that completed the comeback.
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PENALTY SAVED Lukasz Fabianski keeps out Riyad Mahrez’s penalty after the VAR confirmed the award for a foul on Gabriel Jesus Still West Ham 2-2 Man City (86 mins)
Goal! West Ham 2-2 Manchester City
Man City are level! Riyad Mahrez’s free-kick is diverted by Vladimir Coufal into his own net.
Goal! West Ham 2-1 Manchester City
Jack Grealish gets his side back into the match with a volley from inside the box
The game is back on! Will Manchester City come from behind here?
And that was an exciting first 45 minutes from the London Stadium! What a game we have on our hands.
Goal! West Ham 2-0 Manchester City
It’s that man again! Jarrod Bowen beats the offside trap and his low strike finds the bottom corner
Goal! West Ham 1-0 Manchester City
Jarrod Bowen gives West Ham the lead, rounding Ederson and finishing from a tight angle.
And so it begins! The Premier League leaders would be looking to get the 6-point gap on Liverpool in their quest to retain the title but will the Hammers let it happen?
Just four points from their final two games will guarantee the Manchester City the Premier League title, a triumph which could take a major step forwards with a trip to West Ham today.
Pep Guardiola’s side have simply not allowed their Champions League nightmare away at Real Madrid have too much of an impact on their Premier League form, putting five past Newcastle and Wolves in the games since.
The trip to Molineux was highlighted as a potential banana skin for the champions, along with their visit to West Ham on Sunday. Having come through the Wolves test rather easily, it’s now the turn of David Moyes’ side to try and have a say in the title race.
West Ham, of course, are in a battle of their own. A quick-fire return to the Europa League is on the cards if they can make up a three-point gap on Manchester United in sixth place, a feat that would further underline their upward trajectory.
Mark Noble’s last game in front of home support also means it’s going to be an emotional afternoon in east London.