Man City 3-1 Wat : Cityzens back to winning way

EPL By: Iseghohi Odianosen | 02/01/2018

Manchester City has returned to their winning way after their disappointing outing Crystal Palace, The League leaders came out strong against Watford at the Etihad Stadium in their Premier League game after Raheem Sterling, Christian Kabasele's own goal and Sergio Aguero ensured the Citizen march on to the Premier League title.

Manchester City came started the game with a total offensive approach which paid off immediately Raheem Sterling broke the deadlock in the opening minute of the encounter after he tapped in a cross from Leroy Sane.

Manchester City continued to add pressure on the away side but Watford equal to the task.

A sublime pass to Kevin de Bruyne opened up Watford defence and a cross into the area forced Watford defender Christian Kabasele to put the ball into his own net in the 12th minute.

De Bruyne could have scored the third goal from a dead ball situation but was denied by the wood.

Capou had an opportunity to level for the visitors but a fantastic save from Ederson denied him the chance to equalize for Watford in the 29th minute.

Sergio Aguero tried to manoeuvre his way through the Watford defence but he was denied the chance to do that in the 34th minute.

De Bruyne swing in a cross for Aguero but was denied by Watford’s goalkeeper Gomez.

Manchester City ended the first half with two goals lead over Watford.

The second half started with City dominating the affairs of the game with City passing the ball around the field with ease. Aguero managed to squeeze his was I.

Manchester City got a third of the night through Aguero in the 63rd minutes, Guardiola made his first substitution as Danilo came in for Stones in the 67th minutes for the league leaders, and Fernandinho was also replaced by Yaya Toure in the 70th minute.

De Bruyne made way for Bernado Silva in the 78th minute, Gray got a consolation goal for the away side but it was not enough to pull a comeback for The Hornets.

City won the game with a 3-1 scoreline as the march to win the league title with 20 wins and two draws in the Premier League.