Reigning Premier League Champions, Manchester City maintained their perfect start to the season but couldn’t make it three wins from three matches with a 3-3 draw in a thrilling match at the St James’s Park.
Manchester City broke the deadlock in the early stages of the match after a brilliant piece of play from Bernardo Silva, who was left with a lot of space to operate down the right hand flank,
the Portugal international did well to pick out German midfielder, Ilkay Gundogan, who brought down the ball really nicely before smashing the ball past Nick Pope to make it 1-0.
After Pep Guardiola’s side opened the scoring, Eddie Howe’s side came out & threatened on numerous occasions to net the leveller & did exactly just that on the 28 minutes,
with Allan Saint-Maximin doing some brilliant work down the left wing before whipping a dangerous cross into the box for Miguel Almiron to slot past Ederson for the equaliser.
Newcastle United added the second before the interval, with Allan Saint-Maximin recovering a loose ball in City’s half, before laying it off to Callum Wilson, who lifted a shot over Ederson to make it 2-1.
The Magpies further extended their lead early in the second half with Kieran Trippier scoring from a direct free kick to send the fans wild & the Tyneside outfit 3-1 up,
but two quick fire goals from Erling Haaland & Bernardo Silva got the Premier League Champions back on level terms.
City pressed for the winner but Newcastle held on till the end to secure a point.
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