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Manchester City vs Leicester City
Team Performance
46 Comments
Top Comments
milanlamiavita 30 days ago Edited
Bustese Milano City, Italy 4 3106
It might seem like an overreaction to a terrible result, but the warning signs were there last season. if I was a city fan, I'd be very worried. The squad has lost pretty much all of its pillars over the past few seasons. Aguero injured, silva gone, kompany retired and never replaced, Fernandinho past his best as well. That's a lot of personalities to lose in a relatively short space of time. You look at that team and naturally, there are some very good players in it. But real and true leaders? I don't see any. Man City look further away from where they want to be than at any time since they won that first title.
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It might seem like an overreaction to a terrible result, but the warning signs were there last season. if I was a city fan, I'd be very worried. The squad has lost pretty much all of its pillars over the past few seasons. Aguero injured, silva gone, kompany retired and never replaced, Fernandinho past his best as well. That's a lot of personalities to lose in a relatively short space of time. You look at that team and naturally, there are some very good players in it. But real and true leaders? I don't see any. Man City look further away from where they want to be than at any time since their title win under Mancini.
milanlamiavita 30 days ago
Bustese Milano City, Italy 4 3106
The irony of a Chelsea fan calling Man City an* 'oil club'. Ambramovich gained his riches with the acquisition of sibneft, retard. The very riches that he then bought Chelsea with. ๐Ÿ˜‚
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xumeey 30 days ago
Liverpool 0 1428
And your club is a 50-year league virgin so pipe down with the "you haven't won the league in 30 years".
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Ahmoss 29 days ago
AC Milan 0 521
When pep tried to change formation of the city team ...... They losed by 5 goals although all superstars in the city team ......... This is the beauty of the Premier League
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sukiJAN 30 days ago
Boca Juniors, Thailand 0 229
Ouchhhh..that hurt..very hurt..hahaha
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AnacondaRifle 30 days ago
Chelsea, England 0 204
Ref handling out PEN like they are trying to reach a quota. Glad a oil club like City got put in their place
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milanlamiavita 30 days ago
Bustese Milano City, Italy 4 3106
The irony of a Chelsea fan calling Man City an* 'oil club'. Ambramovich gained his riches with the acquisition of sibneft, retard. The very riches that he then bought Chelsea with. ๐Ÿ˜‚
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xumeey 30 days ago
Liverpool 0 1428
Your club is the OG oil club.
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chelsea1940 30 days ago
Chelsea, England 0 13
@xumeey and your club are a 30 year premeir league virgins.
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xumeey 30 days ago
Liverpool 0 1428
And your club is a 50-year league virgin so pipe down with the "you haven't won the league in 30 years".
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BigCity 30 days ago
Manchester City, USA 0 107
Chelsea will finish 5th and Lamps will get sacked by week 20
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EvilDrPorkChop 30 days ago
Chelsea 0 40
Sigh, this kind of attitude that makes Chelsea fans, and consequently Chelsea, hated by others
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chelsea1940 30 days ago
Chelsea, England 0 13
at least we have won the champions league lol
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HaXXspetten 28 days ago
Sweden 0 876
You're arguing with a Liverpool supporter by saying "at least we've won the champions league"? Really?
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DoubleDee 30 days ago
Chelsea 0 263
Leicester City were clinical. All their shots are on target not even one off target. Excellent performance tonight, deserved win.๐Ÿ‘
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milanlamiavita 30 days ago Edited
Bustese Milano City, Italy 4 3106
It might seem like an overreaction to a terrible result, but the warning signs were there last season. if I was a city fan, I'd be very worried. The squad has lost pretty much all of its pillars over the past few seasons. Aguero injured, silva gone, kompany retired and never replaced, Fernandinho past his best as well. That's a lot of personalities to lose in a relatively short space of time. You look at that team and naturally, there are some very good players in it. But real and true leaders? I don't see any. Man City look further away from where they want to be than at any time since they won that first title.
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It might seem like an overreaction to a terrible result, but the warning signs were there last season. if I was a city fan, I'd be very worried. The squad has lost pretty much all of its pillars over the past few seasons. Aguero injured, silva gone, kompany retired and never replaced, Fernandinho past his best as well. That's a lot of personalities to lose in a relatively short space of time. You look at that team and naturally, there are some very good players in it. But real and true leaders? I don't see any. Man City look further away from where they want to be than at any time since their title win under Mancini.
Ngannou 30 days ago
Arsenal, Cameroon 0 149
Don't forget yaya toure, zabaleta and Joe Hart who are considered man city legends have left not long ago.
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milanlamiavita 30 days ago
Bustese Milano City, Italy 4 3106
Yes, I agree on Yaya Toure and Zabaleta. I suppose the argument is that Yaya was out of the picture when guardiola won his two titles. These guys embraced the pressure of dragging Man City towards trophies. They've replaced them with talented players, but that squad is severely bereft of true leaders.
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BigCity 30 days ago
Manchester City, USA 0 107
could not agree more. been very uncomfortable with how we have been recruiting since that initial class of recruits in the initial squad build after Guardiola arrived. I'll never understand why we didn't replace Kompany, or why we let Silva walk, or why we let Sane go. we looked aimless today - sterling cannot play striker. KDB making runs that fizzle out into a loose pass or getting nipped from behind cause Sterling cannot make the runs that make space along the back line. Fernandinho substitution cost us the game - Pep is losing his edge.
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binjai 30 days ago Edited
0 1203
Foden and Sterling, both shit ass. Complete invisible today. How English media said that Foden can replace Silva. Lol. And sto putting Sterling for FK. LET KDB and Mahre to take it. Sterling is shit.another over hype English player.
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Foden and Sterling, both shit ass. Complete invisible today. How English media said that Foden can replace Silva. Lol. And sto putting Sterling for PK. LET KDB and Mahre to take it. Sterling is shit.another over hype English player.
Ngannou 30 days ago
Arsenal, Cameroon 0 149
I agree but when did sterling take a penalty Lol? Bruyne was in charge of the penalty against Wolverhampton
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xumeey 30 days ago
Liverpool 0 1428
If it was 0-0 or City were one up or down KDB would normally take it.
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binjai 29 days ago
0 1203
It's not PK, it's FK
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binjai 30 days ago
0 1203
Poor Mahrez being treated like shit in MC. HE was really sharp today, even got the FK next to 6yard line, but that stupid Sterling just grab the ball and took a SHITTY ass frreekick.
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xumeey 30 days ago
Liverpool 0 1428
Mahrez couldn't take it anyway due to him being a left-footed but KDB should've taken it but they probably gave up at that moment and wanted Sterling to sharpen his FK ability
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KloppisGOD 30 days ago
Liverpool 0 430
Vardy's on Fire ๐Ÿ”ฅ Your Defense is Terrified
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gedzredz 30 days ago
Liverpool, England 0 91
Didn't Leicester beat City the same way 4 years ago when they won the league. What's Pep's plan B?
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quikzyyy 30 days ago
Arsenal 415 8220
spending half a billion next week
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milanlamiavita 30 days ago
Bustese Milano City, Italy 4 3106
Pep wasn't in charge then.
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Ngannou 30 days ago
Arsenal, Cameroon 0 149
^ I think he is talking about the 4-2 win at the king power where vardy scored a hat trick and Andy king scored the other. Peps first season
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xumeey 30 days ago
Liverpool 0 1428
Yes, but it was 4-2 and Chelsea won it that year with Conte. @milanlamiavita Pep was in charge four years ago when Leicester trashed them home and away.
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milanlamiavita 30 days ago
Bustese Milano City, Italy 4 3106
The guy says 'when they won the league'. I believe he's referring to when Leicester won the league and won at Man City. Pellegrini was in charge then.
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xumeey 30 days ago
Liverpool 0 1428
Yes, but he's mistaken because 4 years ago Leicester didn't win the league and Pep was in charge of City and got heavily beaten by Leicester similar to this result.
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BigCity 30 days ago
Manchester City, USA 0 107
...4 years ago Leicester did win the league, and four years ago Vardy scored three against us? It's all they talked about in the broadcast
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Lambo91 30 days ago Edited
Juventus, Italy 0 4728
2016 Leicester City flashbacks are coming. I just said how I wish Mahrez re-joined Leicester in last Leicester's match and then he scores the first goal and his Leicester beat 'em 5-2. We all know Mahrez went to City for the money to feed his family but nothing can beat Vardy's loyalty to the club.
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2016 Leicester City flashbacks are coming
Ngannou 30 days ago
Arsenal, Cameroon 0 149
Mahrez was earning well over 100k a week back in Leicester too. How is that not enough to " feed his family " ?
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Lambo91 30 days ago Edited
Juventus, Italy 0 4728
@Ngannou with that contract he got joining Manchester City he got a bank account that can make him retire in a year. Some people can't be resting on less if they can get more and which he did by joining City now he can buy his kids and grandkids mansions. Nothing can beat Vardy's Leicester loyalty tho. Vardy will retire in Leicester as long as he can keep playing. Rare to see now a days as players jump from one club to another. No love for the club, just money. Unless it was out of the player's control to make him leave the club which Mahrez was so stubborn to leave because he wanted to earn more money. He knew as soon as Leicester pulled a magical moment 2016 he was like yeah we can't duplicate that let me leave ASAP.
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@Ngannou with that contract he got joining Manchester City he got a bank account that can make him retire in a year. Some people can't be resting on less if they can get more and which he did by joining City now he can buy his kids and grandkids mansions. Nothing can beat Vardy's Leicester loyalty tho. Vardy will retire in Leicester as long as he can keep playing. Rare to see now a days as players jump from one club to another. No love for the club, just money.
Ngannou 30 days ago
Arsenal, Cameroon 0 149
Well mahrez stayed 2 more years after 2016 fairy tale. Kante on the other hand jumped ship straight away
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binjai 30 days ago
0 1203
It's easier for local, from same country player to stay loyal but it's kinda stupid for foreign player since they already came from few other clubs before joining their current team. Also their main reason is earning as much as they can in EPL.
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Lambo91 30 days ago
Juventus, Italy 0 4728
@Ngannou do you remember when Mahrez forced to stay for a full season due to his contract?
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GunnersAFC 30 days ago
Arsenal, England 0 2321
When last did Man City concede 5 in the Premier League?
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AnacondaRifle 29 days ago
Chelsea, England 0 204
When did Arsenal concede 5 or more in the Premier League?

Manchester City 6โ€“3 Arsenal
Manchester United 8โ€“2 Arsenal
Manchester United 6-1 Arsenal
Liverpool 5-1 Arsenal
Chelsea 6-0 Arsenal

Pipe down ARSEnal fan
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binjai 29 days ago
0 1203
Shut up oil Money club and glory hunter rasist and stupid fans from Chelsea club
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xumeey 30 days ago Edited
Liverpool 0 1428
Fraudiola getting a lesson on how not to defend. The most important part of football is defending and Pep knows nothing about defend.
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Fraudiola getting a lesson on how not to defend. The most important part of football is defending and Pep knows nothing of how to defend.
LiverpoolKlopp 30 days ago
Liverpool FC, England 0 432
Holy SHIT. Ruben Dias is needed for this team. Eric Garcias heads in Catalonia. Utter shambles from him.
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quikzyyy 30 days ago
Arsenal 415 8220
such a deserved win, pathetic defending by City. another 200m spending spree coming by Guardiola next week.
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HaXXspetten 30 days ago
Sweden 0 876
If you ever needed a game to truly showcase why City need better defenders, this is it
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xumeey 30 days ago
Liverpool 0 1428
They have already spent close to half a billion on defenders. Who is to say whoever they buy next will be good.
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Ngannou 30 days ago
Arsenal, Cameroon 0 149
At this point you would start to stop questioning the defenders but start wondering what the defending training regimes are ?
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