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Manchester City Draws First Blood, United Agree Di Maria Fee

Manchester City thrashed Liverpool 3-1 at the Etihad stadium yesterday to send a statement of intent to rivals in the English Premier league.

Stevan Jovetic

Stevan Jovetic

Last years’ Champions were testing their guns against runners-up Liverpool to gauge their readiness to defend the title they have won twice in the last three seasons.

Manuel Pellegrini’s side took the lead courtesy of a brace from Stevan Jovetic. A third goal from Sergio Arguero’s first touch sealed off the contest with about twenty minutes left after coming on for the injured Edin Dzeko. Liverpool’s only consolation came from a Pablo Zabaleta own goal. Liverpool’s new £16m signing Mario Balotelli watched from the directors’ box as his former club demolished his new team.

Manchester City now move to third on the league table on 6 points behind Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspurs separated by goal difference after registering two wins from two games. Liverpool are 9th while Manchester United remain 13th with only a point after darwing against Sunderland on Sunday as new manager Luis Van Gaal looks for his first win in England.

United Agree Di Maria Fee
United however has a chance to get a first win as they face MK Dons in the Capital One Cup tonight and the fins will be in high spirits after news spread that a fee had been agreed for Angel Di Maria with Real Madrid. The Argentine winger jetted early morning into Carrington complex to complete a £59.7m British record transfer to Manchester United.

Premier League Results

Man City 3-1 Liverpool

Sunday 24th August 2014

Hull 1-1 Stoke

Tottenham 4-0 QPR

Sunderland 1-1 Man Utd

Saturday 23rd August 2014

Aston Villa 0-0 Newcastle

Chelsea 2-0 Leicester

Crystal Palace 1-3 West Ham

Southampton 0-0 West Brom

Swansea 1-0 Burnley

Everton 2-2 Arsenal

Manchester City thrashed Liverpool 3-1 at the Etihad stadium yesterday to send a statement of intent to rivals in the English Premier league. Last years’ Champions were testing their guns against runners-up Liverpool to gauge their readiness to defend the title they have won twice in the last three seasons.

Manuel Pellegrini’s side took the lead courtesy of a brace from Stevan Jovetic. A third goal from Sergio Arguero’s first touch sealed off the contest with about twenty minutes left  after coming on for the injured Edin Dzeko. Liverpool’s only consolation came from a Pablo Zabaleta own goal. Liverpool’s new £16m signing Mario Balotelli watched from the directors’ box as his former club demolished his new team.

Manchester City now move to third on the league table on 6 points behind Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspurs separated by goal difference after registering two wins from two games. Liverpool are 9th while Manchester United remain 13th with only a point after darwing against Sunderland on Sunday as new manager Luis Van Gaal looks for his first win in England.

United Agree Di Maria Fee

United however has a chance to get a first win as they face MK Dons in the Capital One Cup tonight and the fins will be in high spirits after news spread that a fee had been agreed for Angel Di Maria with Real Madrid. The Argentine winger jetted early morning into Carrington complex to complete a £59.7m British record transfer to Manchester United.

Premier League Results

Man City 3-1 Liverpool

Sunday 24th August 2014

Hull 1-1 Stoke

Tottenham 4-0 QPR

Sunderland 1-1 Man Utd

Saturday 23rd August 2014

Aston Villa 0-0 Newcastle

Chelsea 2-0 Leicester

Crystal Palace 1-3 West Ham

Southampton 0-0 West Brom

Swansea 1-0 Burnley

Everton 2-2 Arsenal

Manchester City thrashed Liverpool 3-1 at the Etihad stadium yesterday to send a statement of intent to rivals in the English Premier league. Last years’ Champions were testing their guns against runners-up Liverpool to gauge their readiness to defend the title they have won twice in the last three seasons.

Manuel Pellegrini’s side took the lead courtesy of a brace from Stevan Jovetic. A third goal from Sergio Arguero’s first touch sealed off the contest with about twenty minutes left  after coming on for the injured Edin Dzeko. Liverpool’s only consolation came from a Pablo Zabaleta own goal. Liverpool’s new £16m signing Mario Balotelli watched from the directors’ box as his former club demolished his new team.

Manchester City now move to third on the league table on 6 points behind Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspurs separated by goal difference after registering two wins from two games. Liverpool are 9th while Manchester United remain 13th with only a point after darwing against Sunderland on Sunday as new manager Luis Van Gaal looks for his first win in England.

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