MADRID, 23 Sep. (EUROPA PRESS) –
Manchester City defeated Nottingham Forest (2-0) this Saturday on the sixth matchday of the Premier League to maintain its full record of victories at the top of the table, although it will lose Rodrigo Hernández for the next three games, who saw a direct red card for assault.
Pep Guardiola’s team does not let its guard down as leaders and defenders of the title in English football. Foden and Haaland put the victory on track with the two goals in the first 15 minutes of a match that could have gone wrong in the second half.
In the first minute of the restart, Rodri lost his nerve and grabbed Morgan Gibbs-White by the neck, seeing his first red card that will result in a three-match suspension. The duel was not in danger against a Forest with little danger and City has five points over Arsenal and Tottenham, who meet this Sunday, and Liverpool.
On the other hand, the English matchday left this Saturday a vital and obligatory victory for Manchester United over Burnley (0-1) with a good goal from Bruno Fernandes to improve their classification. In addition, Everton achieved its first victory of the season, with a 1-3 win over Brentford to get out of the relegation spots.
–RESULTS AND SCHEDULES OF DAY 6.
Crystal Palace – Fulham 0-0.
Luton – Wolves 1-1.
Manchester City – Nottingham Forest 2-0.
Brentford – Everton 1-3.
Burnley – Manchester United 0-1.
Arsenal – Tottenham.
Brighton – Bournemouth.
Chelsea – Aston Villa.
Liverpool – West Ham.
Sheffield United – Newcastle.
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