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Man City wins against Bournemouth thanks to Sergio Aguero's double

Man City wins against Bournemouth thanks to Sergio Aguero's double

Man City beat Bournemouth 3-1 away from home in the third round of the Premier League 2019/20.

Goal scorers: H.Wilson 45 '- Aguero 15', 64 ', Sterling 43'

The draw of Tottennham in the second round made Guardiola team more determined to win three points in Bournemouth. Man City's attacking prowess is still as impressive as Sergio Aguero, Raheem Sterling, Kevin de Bruyne, David Silva and Bernardo Silva.

Home advantage gave Bournemouth the first chance after De Bruyne lost the ball in the first minute. The shot of Joshua King finished but the ball hit goalkeeper Ederson. The host was excited and made the game speed pushed high. The visitors' team revealed many weaknesses and made Ederson work hard. In the 13th minute, the Brazilian goalkeeper had to work out of the box to make a mistake on Callum Wilson, leading to a yellow card.

Crafts have problems, but Man City is still dangerous in attack. At 15 minutes, Laporte launched an attack from home. Zinchenko's ball was put on the sidelines, stretching to Kevin De Bruyne. The Belgian midfielder failed to hit the ball, reaching Aguero's foot. The 31-year-old striker quickly kicked the dangerous ball to open the score.

Man City wins against Bournemouth thanks to Sergio Agueros double

The table helps Man City to hold the ball longer to reduce the pace. They occasionally speed up to find a table to increase the gap. Difficulties pile up with homeowners when defender Charlie Daniels seriously injured and left the yard with a stretcher. Coach Eddie Howe launched Liverpool midfielder Harry Wilson - into the field. The 22-year-old midfielder immediately made a close-up with Adam Smith's cross in the 39th minute. Despite a good angle, Smith kept the ball out of the goalkeeper Ederson's face.

Missing the chance, Bournemouth paid the price four minutes later. David Silva went into the ball to cut it across the goal and poke Sterling. The English striker blocked the ball but went out of control of the opponent, then pulled the net of goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale.

Hope to rekindle the hosts at the end of the first half, when Harry Wilson shines with a beautiful free-kick. At a distance of more than 20 meters, the left-footed midfielder placed a stretch, the ball rolled into the "A" corner. Ederson flew all the way but still couldn't reach it.

Bournemouth's spirit surged at the beginning of the second half, when they positively approached the heights. 52 minutes, Callum Wilson slipped the ball over Laporte, but was hit and lost momentum. Bournemouth's striker tried to get a shot, but hit Ederson. At the next opportunity, Aguero smashed De Bruyne out of the penalty area and ended with the Belgian midfielder's long post.

The game then slowed down, but it was also when the visitors suddenly scored. Aguero controlled subtly in the penalty area and passed to David Silva. The attempt of the Spanish midfielder failed, but facilitated Aguero to subdue the lead into a 3-1 lead. This is Aguero's 400th goal in his career.

Leading two goals, Man City reduced their pace and actively circulated the ball until the end of the match. Pep Guardiola gave the rookie Joao Cancelo a Man City debut. The host has a chance at the last seconds of Dominic Solanke, but does not take advantage.

Starting lineups:

Bournemouth: Ramsdale, Smith (Ibe 68 '), Mepham, Steve Cook, Ake, Daniels (H.Wilson 37'), King, Lerma, Billing, Fraser, C.Wilson (Solanke 69 ')

City: Ederson, Walker (Cancelo 90 '), Otamendi, Laporte, Zinchenko, De Bruyne, Gundogan (Rodri 58'), Silva, Bernardo Silva (Mahrez 79 '), Aguero, Sterling