(EFE) – Manchester City has not just caught up with the Premier League train and did not go beyond the 1-1 draw this Tuesday against the weak West Bromwich Albion, so the leadership may move away even further for Pep Guardiola’s team.
City, after a boring Manchester derby, had full control of the match and took the lead through Ilkay Gundogan, who took advantage of a pass from the back line from Raheem Sterling.
The game seemed in the pocket of the City, but West Brom achieved the equalization in practically the only occasion that it had in the whole game.
In a rained ball inside the area, Semi Ayayi managed to take a bitten shot, which touched Ruben Dias, misled Ederson and slipped into the goal of Guardiola’s team.
West Brom, who until this meeting had scored six points in twelve rounds, was able to hold out until the end, practically bottled up in his area since both teams returned from halftime.
City continues to miss opportunities to get closer to the top spots and remains sixth, five points behind the lead, with the same number of games played.