Manchester City stood up with a win over Watford


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Manchester City stood up with a win over Watford

Pep Guardiola’s team left their elimination in the FA Cup behind with a 4-0 away win, which in turn puts the Wasps at risk of relegation.

Manchester City This Tuesday he achieved a positive victory at the emotional level, especially after what had been his elimination in the semifinals of the FA Cup at the hands of Arsenal. Pep Guardiola’s men won 4-0 Watford in the framework of the 37th of the Premier League, to fulfill his penultimate step of the season in England.

Winner of the EFL Cup and runner-up in the English league, the citizen team needs to get sharp to the rematch on August 7, the day they will play for the knockout stages of the Champions League against Real Madrid after 2-1 in Spain . And that’s why his last two commitments in the tournament allow him to stay active.

Although it took him half an hour to break zero on Vicarage Road, the visitor struck at 30 ‘with a powerful shot inside the area by Raheem Sterling, who drove the ball to the upper right corner. While at 39 ‘he expanded his own English after missing a penalty and taking profit from the rebound.

The lcoal did not have the ability to handle the ball and the game was held with the comfort of City. In a three-minute burst during the second half, Phil Foden scored with the free goal after the ball was served and Aymeric Laporte took advantage of Kevin De Bruyne’s precise center to turn the head.

The Citizens thus reach 78 points, they consolidate as the highest scorer of the 2019/20 season of the Premier with 97 goals and on Sunday they will close at home against Norwich City. On the side of the Wasps, they are exposed to the descent since they occupy the 17th place and can be reached by Aston Villa (18th with 31 units).

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