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All the remaining league matches are crucial for Manchester City, who would defend their title and regain the throne of the Premier League. Pep Guardiola’s team, after being eliminated from the Champions League against Real Madrid and then reaching the final of the FA Cup, traveled to the home of Brighton for the obligatory three points.

Although Danny Welbeck scored the first goal of the match on Thursday night, the first goal belonged to the guests: Kevin De Bruyne headed Kyle Walker’s geometrically accurate pass from the right wing into the goal from the penalty spot. Barely 10 minutes had passed, Brighton’s net was broken again, this time it was Phil Foden who scored another goal eight minutes later, from a pass by Bernardo Silva, who missed a penalty in the penalty shootout against Real Madrid.

Phil Foden

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The title-winning City went into halftime with a three-goal advantage, and scored another goal in the middle of the second half: Julian Alvarez cut the rebound into the bottom left corner. No more goals were scored in the rest of the regular time, the defending champion team from Manchester completed the mandatory task without any problems.

With another victory, Manchester City now has 76 points in the table, one point behind, but one game less than the leader Arsenal. After suffering a two-goal defeat against Everton on Wednesday, Liverpool, which employs Dominik Szoboszlai, practically dropped out of the championship race.

Premier League, round 29

  • Brighton – Manchester City 0–4 (0–3)

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