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Manchester City vs Southampton Premier League LIVE Football Score 18 Sept 2021

Manchester City vs Southampton Premier League LIVE Football Score 18 Sept 2021

MATCH INFO

Start date: 18 Sept 2021 19:00
Location: Manchester Venue: Etihad Stadium

ABOUT THE MATCH

Manchester City played against Southampton in 2 matches this season. Currently, Manchester City rank 12th, while Southampton hold 16th position. Looking to compare the best-rated player on both teams? rating system assigns each player a specific rating based on numerous data factors.

On livescore you can find all previous Manchester City vs Southampton results sorted by their H2H matches. also provides the best way to follow the live of this game with various sports features. Therefore, you can:

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Riyad Mahrez and Kevin de Bruyne both scored twice as City delivered an emphatic and instant response to their defeat in Sunday’s Manchester derby, which had ended a 21-game winning run.This was not the disciplined display typical of many of City’s victories this season but their incisive attacking, aided by some helter-skelter Saints defending, meant they still ended up convincing winners.

A strong Southampton start counted for nothing when Ryan Bertrand switched off and, from Oleksandr Zinchenko’s cross, De Bruyne swept home from close range after Alex McCarthy had kept out Phil Foden’s initial effort.aints, who had conceded nine goals at Old Trafford on their previous visit to Manchester at the start of February, quickly hit back through James Ward-Prowse’s spot-kick after Aymeric Laporte fouled Jannik Vestergaard from a corner.

At that stage it appeared City would not have things all their own way, especially when they were denied what appeared a clear penalty when McCarthy challenged Foden after mis-controlling a back-pass.Foden seemed to pay the price for trying to stay on his feet as McCarthy lunged in – referee Jon Moss felt the Saints keeper got a touch on the ball, with VAR apparently not seeing anything to disprove that, although the City bench and players clearly felt otherwise.

In the end that decision did not affect the outcome, with Mahrez taking centre stage to put the home side in control before half-time.The Algerian international restored City’s lead with a fine finish after intercepting a wayward crossfield pass from Che Adams and although the post denied him a second goal moments later, Ilkay Gundogan was on hand to follow up.

Mahrez picked up where he left off after the break, meeting a Foden pass to turn inside a crowded area and fire home City’s fourth.Ward-Prowse briefly reduced the deficit after a defensive mistake but Southampton were guilty of far more lapses at the back and De Bruyne punished them when he burst clear from another Foden through-ball to complete the scoring.

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