Manchester City have defeated Bournemouth to continue their chase on Premier League leaders Arsenal, Breaking Sport News reports.
First Half Report
As expected, Manchester City dominated proceedings as the first half of the game started.
It was a brilliant display by the Pep Guardiola-led team, who dominated the game from the start.
City held on and kept the push on Bournemouth to their own half as they struggle to find an opener.
After fifteen minutes of play, Julian Alvarez opened the scoring for the visitors after intense pressure.
Few minutes later, Erling Haaland doubled the lead for City, making it 2-0 as continued on the rout.
Bournemouth offered no formidable response as the dominant Premier League defending champions continue on pressurizing for a goal.
In the 45th minute, Phil Foden sank Bournemouth with another goal, making it 3-0 before they went into the first half break.
Manchester City continued to dominate play as the second half began despite taking a first half 3-0 lead.
In the 51st minutes, Bournemouth yielded under Manchester City’s intense pressure with Mepham scoring an one goal to make it 0-4 for the visors.
Manchester City continue to dominate play till the end of the game, but were unable to add to their tally going forward.
Bournemouth began to force the game on the visitors with counters and long balls late in the game.
They finally got a consolation goal in the 83rd minute as City ran away with a deserved 1-4 win to close in on Arsenal after the the final whistle.