Sergio Aguero gave Manchester City the vital lead in the second half to give Cityzens the lead at the Amex Stadium against a discipline Brighton
Brighton and Hove Albion played a compact game to hold Manchester City to a goalless draw in the first half at the Amex Stadium for their Premier League Stadium, although in the early minute of the game City has the ball in
the net, the referee rules it out for handball by Gabriel Jesus.
City dominated possession but a solid Brighton side completed their first half without conceding from the attack of Cityzens
that comprises of Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus.
The Seagulls were forced to early substitute in the first half as Isaiah Brown made way for Jamie Murphy in the 24 minute due to injury.
Fernadinho and David Silva had a good combination in the 51st minute and resulted into Gabriel Jesus tapping home but it was ruled offside by the linesman.
Brighton building up a head of steam here with Dunk's effort blocked before a follow-up shot flashes wide.
Manchester City made their first substitute as Danilo was substituted for Leroy Sane in the 67th minute.
Brighton brought in Anthony Knockaert for Solly March in the 77 minute.
Sergio Aguero broke the dead lock in the 70th Minute to give City lead at the Amex Stadium and in the 75th minute, Lewis Dunk scored an own goal to double City lead.
Gabriel Jesus was withdrawn in the 78th Minute for Raheem Sterling while the Argentine forward, Aguero was substituted in 83rd minute as he was replaced by Bernardo Silva
The game ended 2 : 0 in favour of Manchester City.