2018 Season

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2018 Schedule
13-2-1, 2nd in English Premier League
How Sarri's Chelsea exposed Man City's weaknesses (2:31)
Sarri: It wouldve been useless having Morata on the bench (0:35)
Guardiola: Everybody can win the Premier League (0:57)
Burley: Man City didn't have their killer instinct (1:51)
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1dLiam Twomey

Police reviewing alleged abuse against Sterling

Metropolitan Police confirmed they are reviewing footage that allegedly shows a fan directing racist abuse at Manchester City's Raheem Sterling.

1dJonathan Smith

Guardiola's men endure rare off-day

Despite their early dominance, Man City were unable to make pressure count and felt the absence of Sergio Aguero as their unbeaten run ended.

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1dMark Ogden

City surrender Premier League lead at Chelsea

Chelsea overcame Manchester City's overwhelming initial superiority to end the Premier League champions' unbeaten record with a win in West London.

Chelsea 2-0 Man City: Unbeaten run comes to an end (1:19)
Chelsea take 2-0 lead after David Luiz's header (1:04)

Jonathan Smith Manchester City correspondent 

Man City trail for just the second time this season; N'Golo Kante's fierce strike has smashed them out of their comfort zone.

Kante roofs in Chelsea's opener vs. Man City (1:15)

Jonathan Smith Manchester City correspondent 

Interesting team selection from Pep Guardiola as he chooses Raheem Sterling as his central striker. Bit of a snub for Gabriel Jesus, who has been playing well but his lack of goals must be behind the decision to leave him on the Manchester City bench.

Guardiola: De Bruyne will put pressure on City squad (0:55)
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2dJonathan Smith

Guardiola knocks back fears of UCL ban for City

An independent investigation was opened by European football's governing body into the Premier League champions for breaking FFP rules.

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3dJonathan Smith

Aguero, De Bruyne to miss City visit to Chelsea

Aguero has missed City's last two Premier League matches with a muscle injury, while De Bruyne has sat out more than a month with a knee injury.

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference361st
Goals Scored451st
Goals Conceded92nd