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Bournemouth 1-2 Manchester City: Sterling Scores Late Winner

BOURNEMOUTH, Sporting Alert — GOAL UPDATE: Bournemouth 1-2 Manchester City Charlie Daniels and Jesus scored early before Raheem Sterling found the winner in stoppage time and them saw red moments after for his celebration.


Bournemouth: Begovic (7), Daniels (9), Cook (5), Smith (6), Mings (6), Ake (5), Surman (5), Arter (5), Gosling (5), King (6), Defoe (5).

Subs: Afobe (5), Mousset (n/a).

Man City: Ederson (6), Danilo (5), Kompany (7), Otamendi (6), Mendy (6), Fernandinho (5), D. Silva (6), Sterling (7), De Bruyne (5), B. Silva (5), Jesus (9).

Subs: Stones (n/a), Aguero (5), Sane (5).

Man of the Match: Gabriel Jesus


Bournemouth take on Manchester City in an early Week 3 English Premier League fixture on Saturday.

Kick-off time for this game is set for 7:30 am ET and live coverage will be on NBCSN, with live stream available in the United States at NBC Sports Live Extra.



Pep Guardiola English Premier League
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola at a press conference

Manchester City have made four changes to the side that drew 1-1 with Everton on Monday.

The visitors are with the suspended Kyle Walker after his red card in the last game, while defender John Stones and striker Sergio Aguero and midfielder Leroy Sane all been dropped to the bench.

There are first time starts for Benjamin Mendy and Bernardo Silva, while Danilo and Raheem Sterling also come in.

Bournemouth, which was beaten 2-0 by Watford in the last Premier League outing, made three adjustments for this game, with manager Eddie Howe bringing in Jermain Defoe, Tyrone Mings and Dan Gosling.

Ryan Fraser, Jordon Ibe and Benik Afobe are the players making way to the bench.

English Premier League Week 3 Fixtures, Stream, Times: Aug 26


Bournemouth Starting Team To Play Manchester City: Begovic, Daniels, Cook, Smith, Mings, Ake, Surman, Arter, Gosling, King, Defoe. Subs: Boruc, Afobe, Smith, Cook, Fraser, Mousset, Ibe.


Manchester City Starting Team To Play Bournemouth: Ederson, Danilo, Kompany, Otamendi, Mendy, Fernandinho, D. Silva, Sterling, De Bruyne, B. Silva, Jesus. Subs: Bravo, Stones, Aguero, Mangala, Delph, Sane, Toure.


Bournemouth, who have never beaten Manchester City in 10 previous meetings, enter this game at Vitality Stadium hoping to halt a miserable run in recent encounters against today’s opponents.

Eddie Howe’s side has lost all four of its English Premier League clashes against the Citizens with a combined scoreline of 1-15, according to stats and information.

The Cherries have also failed to score a goal in all five of their previous home Premier League games against City and they can expect another difficult period in front of the goal.

For Man City, they have lost just once in their last 10 Premier League away games, which was a 2-1 defeat at Chelsea in April, while Pep Guardiola’s side is on its longest unbeaten run since he took over (W7, D3).

Meanwhile, City forward Raheem Sterling has scored five Premier League goals against Bournemouth, which is the most against any other clubs in the league.

For Bournemouth, summer transfer Jermain Defoe has a very healthy league scoring record against Manchester City after putting eight Premier League goals past the Citizens.

Full English Premier League Fixtures: Week 3 on August 26, 27.

Saturday, August 26 (EST)

Bournemouth v Manchester City (7:30)
Crystal Palace v Swansea City (10:00 am)
Huddersfield Town v Southampton (10:00 am)
Newcastle United v West Ham United (10:00 am)
Watford v Brighton and Hove Albion (10:00 am)
Manchester United v Leicester City (12:30 pm)

Sunday, August 27

Chelsea v Everton (8:30 am)
West Bromwich Albion v Stoke City (8:30 am)
Liverpool v Arsenal (11:00 am)
Tottenham Hotspur v Burnley (11:00 am)

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