Right into the second half, Jack Grealish cling on City’s first big goal from a rebound in the Hammers’ half outside the box afterward forced terms on them and eventually squared up with an own goal from Vladimir Coufal after Kevin De Bruyne’s freekick clearance went wrong. A firm favorite to win after equalizing, Lukasz Fabianksi put to bed that momentum by saving Rayid Mahrez’s penalty kick after a foul on Gabriel Jesus was detected.
All the same, Pep Guardiola has high hopes in the final days against Aston Villa or probably an early declaration if Liverpool loses on Tuesday against Southampton. As it stands, four points in a gap are still on the hook and the tale still looks uncertain until the final fixtures.
And on the account of the MVP (most valuable player) of the match, Lukasz Fabianski emerged after a stunning display on the goal line with brilliant 7 saves including a penalty and 2 clearances.
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