Manchester City beats the hearts of its fans and then stands up

The first half of the meeting ended 0-2 behind Manchester City, but the squad’s players gave another appearance in the second half of the meeting, which ended in a 2-2 draw.

West Ham’s Garrod Bowen scored two goals in the first half, but Jack Grealish narrowed the gap for City at the start of the second half, before Vladimir Soval accidentally equalized for the defending champions.

The guests could have taken a win in the final stages of the competition to ease their fans’ nerves, but Algerian star Riyad Mahrez missed a penalty minutes before the end.

Leaders City raised the score to 90 from 37 games, compared to 86 points for its pursuit of Liverpool, who played 36 games and hoped the defending champions stumbled by losing.

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