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Man City: Coasting At The Coast

Read Sport logo Read Sport 13/08/2017 Jason Bardwell
Brighton and Hove Albion v Manchester City - Premier League © Dan Istitene/Getty Images Sport Brighton and Hove Albion v Manchester City - Premier League

After the weekends other top six sides facing scares I must admitĀ I was a little nervous how my very own Manchester City would fare. Liverpool had fought back twice away to Watford to a winning position before ending with just the single point. Defending Champions lost at home while Arsenal had also struggled, although they did eventually turn it around.

With the money spent at City, which the media reminds us of every time we take the pitch, I was excited to see Walker and Danilo stretching the play. With Aguero and Jesus up front, and Silva and DeBruyne pulling the strings, it was only going to be a matter of when we broke through.

It turned out to be later than many fans, and pundits, may have predicted. So was it same old City, wasting chances in front of goal. Passing sideways and back while unsettling nerves every time the opposition got in our box?

The simple answer is, no. Here are my five talking points from the first ever Premier League game at the Amex.

Man City: Coasting At The Coast: After the weekends other top six sides facing scares I must admit I was a little nervous how my very own Manchester City would fare. Liverpool had fought back twice away to Watford to a winning position before ending with just the single point. Defending Champions lost at home while Arsenal had also struggled, although they did eventually turn it around.With the money spent at City, which the media reminds us of every time we take the pitch, I was excited to see Walker and Danilo stretching the play. With Aguero and Jesus up front, and Silva and DeBruyne pulling the strings, it was only going to be a matter of when we broke through.It turned out to be later than many fans, and pundits, may have predicted. So was it same old City, wasting chances in front of goal. Passing sideways and back while unsettling nerves every time the opposition got in our box?The simple answer is, no. Here are my five talking points from the first ever Premier League game at the Amex. Man City: Coasting At The Coast
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