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Man City beat Bournemouth 2-1

Man City beat Bournemouth 2-1

The home side held their own until City equalised after David Silva's through-ball set up Gabriel Jesus to scuff home.

Fortunately for City, after Bournemouth had nearly struck on the counter, Sterling controlled a bouncing ball in the box and swung a deflected looping shot into the net with seven minutes on the injury time clock to save the day.

Any improvement, however, will be watched with a wary eye by Man City and its supporters, because UEFA rules mean that these two clubs won't be able to enjoy the highest levels of success at the same time.

Sterling's victor came moments later, sparking wild celebrations and sending City top of the table.

"It is a decent start", Guardiola said. They smothered them at the start, scored a brilliant goal and stayed in the second half.

Manchester United's record goal scorer Wayne Rooney - now donning a Toffees shirt - opened the scoring in the 35 minute, proving once again to be City's bane. "I hope the guys who score goals can get that".

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"Txiki was clear. I don't have anything more to say".

Eddie Howe: "When we've reviewed the games we've had against them our last game here was the most effective and we were in the game for a long time".

"Winning in the last minute is always special", said Guardiola, whose team won 2-0 at Brighton and Hove Albion in their opening league fixture.

Benjamin Mendy, another big-money full-back recruit, will travel with the squad and could make his debut after shaking off a thigh problem, although Ilkay Gundogan will step up his recovery from cruciate knee ligament surgery by playing for City's second string on Friday.

Bournemouth has looked limp so far this season, and we will have to see a sea change from the South-coast side, in both attack and defense, if they are to overcome a Manchester City team who beat them twice last season.

- Bournemouth have lost their first three league games in a campaign for the first time since 1994-95 in the third tier. Both teams ripped shots in the opening 20 minutes, with plenty of scrambles in both boxes, but the finishing was less than stellar. Not only was it a good second half performance, but they scored a goal which was Everton's first conceded goal in 441 minutes of football. City were frustrated and Guardiola and Howe had to be separated after a dispute over returning the ball following a stoppage.