Man City 3-1 Brighton: Haaland ends 1-game goal drought with 2 goals!

Manchester City bounced back from their defeat against Liverpool with a convincing 3-1 victory over Brighton at the Etihad Stadium.

Erling Haaland grabbed a brace making it 21 goals in 15 games for the Norwegian. Trossard was able to pull one back for the Seagulls but a Kevin de Bruyne sublime strike in the 75th minute snuffed every hope of a resurgence for Brighton.

Manchester City are now 1 point off the top of the table.

🔴 Live Blog 

Goal! Man City 3-1 Brighton

Stunning! A sublime Kevin De Bruyne strike restores Man City’s two-goal lead

Goal! Man City 2-1 Brighton

Brighton pull one back through Leandro Trossard!

Second Half

We are back for the second 45!


Erling Haaland has now been directly involved in more goals across all competitions this season than any other player in top-flight European football.

Goal! Man City 2-0 Brighton

Erling Haaland powers the ball in from the penalty spot to double the lead

Penalty for Manchester City

After visiting the Referee Review Area, referee Craig Pawson has awarded a penalty to Man City for a foul on Bernardo Silva

He has shattered all the records!

Goal! Man City 1-0 Brighton

Back in the goals! Ederson picks out Erling Haaland who races through and passes the ball into an empty net

Kick Off!

And we are underway!

Starting XI

It’s Mahrez and Grealish given the nod by Guardiola in wide areas, either side of the main man Haaland. That means Foden has to settle for a place among the substitutes.

Akanji starts at right-back with Cancelo on the opposite flank, with Stones fit enough for the bench this afternoon.


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