Manchester City Star Not Underestimating Watford

Manchester City Star Not Underestimating Watford

Raheem Sterling has been in stunning form this season and he bagged once again against Bournemouth to move level with Manchester City team-mate Sergio Aguero and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang at the top of the Premier League scoring charts.

Bernado Silva had earlier given City the lead before Callum Wilson struck back on the stroke of half time with a powerful header.

Bournemouth had strong claims for a penalty turned down after Fernandinho appeared to push Tyrone Mings in the area, but Gundogan doubled City's lead in the 79th minute, coolly finishing from David Silva's low cross.

Gabriel Jesus, who started that match, was the future.

"The doctors told me (on Friday) Sergio can not play", Guardiola said.

The Spaniard acknowledged his team's first-half performance was "flat", but he was pleased to come away with a victory - his 400th as a manager - after a testing 2-2 Champions League draw at Lyon.

Brighton responded to conceding a goal after 55 seconds - the earliest strike in the Premier League this season - to win at 10-man Huddersfield 2-1, with Romania striker Florin Andone grabbing the victor with his first goal in English soccer.

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Leicester recorded their first home win in the league since September with a comfortable 2-0 victory over Watford.

"[He can be] more consistent, [have better] first controls, his receptions [of possession]. I don't know what he ate but it will be on the menu for the next games".

Leroy Sane's shot was saved by Asmir Begovic, but Silva was on hand to tap into the empty net.

"That's the people who are aggressive on the ball, fight hard to recover the ball", he said.

Only after Sterling put City in front in the 57th minute, scoring for the sixth straight game against Bournemouth, did the champions really start to exert any dominance.

But Guardiola says his star can not rest on his laurels and warned Premier League rivals that there is far more to come from the 23-year-old. We weren't as aggressive defensively or offensively.

"We did so well in the last 10, 15 minutes of the first half. good spirit, good fight, good comeback from 0-2 to 2-2 and great examples of players fighting to the limits", Mourinho told BT Sport. But we have a coach who sets an example of perfection every single day through his work on the training ground and when addressing the squad.

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