Manchester City have passed Bournemouth and continue their… tight marking on Liverpool

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He doesn’t let Liverpool stay at a distance for long Manchester City, who beat Bournemouth 1-0 away from home and once again found themselves at -1 off the top of the Premier League standings.

The decisive goal came in the 24th minute when Haaland saw Neto save his effort, with Foden to take the… rebound and send the ball into the net from close range.

The Cherries then had their moments and threatened with efforts from Tavernier, Solanke and Unal but were unable to find an answer, with the Citizens walking away with the three points from Vitality.

The schedule for the 26th matchday:

Wednesday (2/21)

Liverpool-Luton 4-1

(56′ Van Dijk, 58′ Hakpo, 71′ Dias, 90′ Elliot – 12′ Ogbene)

Friday (23/2)

Chelsea-Tottenham postponement

Saturday (24/2)

Aston Villa-Nottingham Forest 4-2

(4′ Watkins, 29′, 39′ Douglas Lewis, 61′ Bailey – 45+5′ Niacate, 48′ Gibbs-White)

Crystal Palace-Burnley 3-0

(68′ Richards, 71′ Aiou, 79′ Pen. Mateta)

Manchester United-Fulham 1-2

(89′ Maguire – 65′ Bassey, 90+7′ Igwobi)

Brighton-Everton 1-1

(90+5′ Dunk – 73′ Branthwaite)

Bournemouth-Manchester City 0-1

(24′ Foden)

Arsenal-Newcastle (22:00)

Sunday (25/2)

Wolves-Sheffield United (15:30)

Monday (26/2)

West Ham-Bradford (22:00)

The schedule for the next (27th) matchday:

Saturday (2/3)

Everton-West Ham (17:00)

Brentford-Chelsea (17:00)

Newcastle-Wolves (17:00)

Nottingham Forest-Liverpool (17:00)

Tottenham-Crystal Palace (17:00)

Fulham-Brighton (17:00)

Luton-Aston Villa (19:30)

Sunday (3/3)

Burnley-Bournemouth (15:00)

Manchester City-Manchester United (17:30)

Sheffield United-Arsenal (22:00)

Source: Sport Fm

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