Premier League ’18-19 – Highlights: Riyad Mahrez Leads City To Another Win

This is the last match of Premier League, Match Day 10 of 38. The highlights are appended below the points table.

Premier League ’18-19 – Highlights: Manchester City Continue To Dominate

Points Table – Premier League ’18-19

Rank Name Won Draw Lost Points
1 Manchester City 8 2 0 26
2 Liverpool 8 2 0 26
3 Chelsea 7 3 0 24
4 Arsenal 7 1 2 22
5 Tottenham 7 0 3 21
6 Bournemouth 6 2 2 20
7 Watford 6 1 3 19
8 Manchester United 5 2 3 17
9 Everton 4 3 3 15
10 Wolves 4 3 3 15

For Complete Premier League 2018-19 team rankings, click here

English Premier League 2018-19 – Full Schedule

Match 10 of 10: Tottenham vs Manchester City

Result: 0 – 1

Goal Scorers:

  • Manchester City: Riyad Mahrez 6′

Match Statistics:

Tottenham Team Stats Manchester City
4 Shots 13
1 Shots On Target 6
47% Possession 53%
476 Passes 514
80% Pass Accuracy 83%
13 Fouls 13
2 Yellow Cards 2
0 Red Cards 0
4 Offsides 4
3 Corners 6


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  • It was hard to accommodate the intrisic bizarreness of this event. Wembley yawned with void seats; the pitch resembled a pudding – a heritage of Sunday’s NFL match between the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Philadelphia Eagles – and, for long spells, there was an interesting absence of power.
  • Tottenham kept on looking disconnected, blemishing their play with blunders, and Mauricio Pochettino, who had said in advance that he had never felt unhappier amid his time at the club, cut a disappointed figure.

  • Manchester City scored ahead of schedule through Riyad Mahrez and they did what was necessary to win, regardless of whether they were not taking care of business. Tottenham nearly stole a point late on when the substitute, Dele Alli – on his arrival from damage – teed up the in-frame Érik Lamela. He needed to score. In any case, he did not, scratching his shot high.
  • Tottenham could point to different openings, in spite of their general troubles, however when the Lamela chance went high, one idea happened: Who can stop City? They are back over the Premier League table and they have now ticked off away installations at Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham.

  • It was an incoherent sight that welcomed the fans – both inside the stadium and from easy chairs far and wide – when they investigated the pitch. The NFL identification was unmistakably noticeable inside the middle circle while the Gridiron yardage markers could likewise be made out.
  • City should work from the back yet Ederson got the US vibe at the start and ran downtown with the main activity of note. It would create the achievement goal. Kieran Trippier blundered twice; initially neglecting to peruse Ederson’s high punt and accidently gesturing it back towards his own goal.

  • Raheem Sterling hustled onto it, up within left channel and, when he looked up the covering Trippier in a one-on-one, there would be just a single victor. Sterling floated past him just as he was not there and, when he pulled back low from the byline Mahrez completed with the base of whine. City had not surrendered a class goal since 1 September. Tottenham had everything to do.
  • There were times in the opening half-hour when it felt as if City were toying with their hosts. They controlled the ball inside the Spurs territory, examining for an opening and afterward a superior one. Sterling crossed for Bernardo Silva, who shot wide; Mahrez had a preview after another Trippier mistake that Hugo Lloris mauled onto his close post and away. Sterling delighted in yards of room.

  • Tottenham got some comic slices to the gathering before the interim. Moussa Sissoko put such a great amount of flash on one backpass that Davinson Sánchez expected it was not for him and enabled it to whizz through his legs – and out for a corner. Lucas Moura was reserved for a pratfall.
  • But Pochettino’s group had their minutes. Harry Kane spotted Ederson off his line and endeavored to beat him with a plunging shot from separation. It would not descend enough for him. There was a poor cross from Sissoko when he was free on the directly after a Benjamin Mendy botch – the Spurs midfielder had choices in the center however discovered none of them – and afterward, there was an once in a lifetime opportunity on 34 minutes.

  • Lamela introduced Kane, after a free header by Aymeric Laporte, however the striker’s first touch was substantial. Ederson was at that point focused on a shoot outside his region and he was effortlessly first to the ball.
  • Pochettino had named the fit-again Christian Eriksen among the substitutes – maybe he was not all that fit, after his magnificent execution at PSV Eindhoven last Wednesday? Or then again, perhaps, the Spurs administrator did not have any desire to over-apply him on what resembled a dodgy surface.

  • Sissoko is no one’s concept of an Eriksen substitution yet his strength was an element of the night. Would he be able to player City into a mistake? He was unquestionably a difference to the twinkle toes of the guests’ assailants; Bernardo Silva was especially simple on the eye.
  • City may have put the match to bed in the 53rd moment and their inability to do as such had Guardiola stepping and swiping in the specialized zone. Bernardo Silva, discharged by Mahrez, crossed low for David Silva and he appeared chances on to complete from short proximity.

  • Be that as it may, he could not set his feet, popped the ball off to Sterling rather and the consequent shot was blocked. Tottenham revitalized upon the Lamela shot, having already been second best in the second-half, yet there would be no equalizer. City walk on.

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