Manchester City surpassed (0-2) its view of Crystal Palace on Saturday to redirect its struggle to reach Liverpool's leadership in the Premier, while a goal by Marcos Alonso gave Chelsea a victory over Newcastle on the ninth day.
Pep Guardiola left behind the defeat against the Wolves before the break by selections, and returned to action with a good performance. The impregnable field of the Palace yielded its first defeat by the celestial blow before the rest.
Gabriel Jesus, with a header, and Spaniard David Silva, after a wonderful pass from Sterling, made it 0-2. With the score in favor and absolute owner of the ball, the goal Hennessey avoided more visiting goals. The City now has 19 points, for the 24 of a Liverpool who visits Manchester United on Sunday.
In addition, Leicester continued his great start to the season to overcome (2-1) to Burnley and place third with 17 points, in homage to Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha for the first anniversary of his death. Chelsea has the same points thanks to a good left-footed shot by Marcos Alonso in the final stretch.
Londoners are still looking up, in the absence of Arsenal's duel against Sheffield United that can take them out of the Champions area. On the other hand, Dele Alli saved a tie for Tottenham against Watford, in a clash with much prominence of the VAR. Those of Quique Sánchez Flores claimed a penalty on Deulofeu that the VAR did not see and the rival gave it the video.
Meanwhile, the Everton came out of relegation points with a 2-0 against West Ham, Aston Villa traced (2-1) to Brighton, the Wolves tied (1-1) with Southampton and Bournemouth and Norwich did not move the 0 -0 initial. . (tagsToTranslate) crystal (t) palace (t) manchester (t) city (t) direct