Manchester City have given up the lack of confidence to show the impressive Southampton team, who have just returned from the Etihad Stadium disappointed to not take all three points home.
Pep Guardiola’s side failed to register the ball until the 90th minute and did not look normal with the ball, even though they were in possession of the ball. It looks like Raheem Sterling saved them with a late winner, but VAR intervened to decide the goal to be offside.
Manchester City have escaped a penalty shootout over VAR when it was used to reverse Southampton’s kicking of a ball and a red card to Kyle Walker for allegedly hitting Adam Armstrong.
Residents were probably plagued by Europeanango, as they took part in a 9-goal match against RB Leipzig on Wednesday, although the match was at the Etihad and Pep Guardiola renewed his squad with 5 changes to the Saints’ tour.
The result leaves Manchester City with 3 points from Liverpool, who beat Crystal Palace 3-0 and are in danger of being relegated to 2nd place by a host of clubs, including Manchester United, Chelsea, and Everton.