Manchester City applied significant pressure on their Premier League title rivals with a commanding 4-2 victory over Crystal Palace in the capital on Saturday afternoon.


In an engaging first half at Selhurst Park, both teams showcased their attacking prowess, with Kevin De Bruyne’s exceptional goal equalizing Jean-Philippe Mateta’s impressive opener.


However, Man City took control in the second half, with goals from Rico Lewis, Erling Haaland, and De Bruyne securing a comfortable win. This result propelled them level on points with league leaders Liverpool ahead of Liverpool’s clash with Manchester United on Sunday.

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Game Recap:
Man City faced immense pressure to start the weekend with a win in the Premier League title race, but they suffered an early setback at Selhurst Park, conceding a goal just three minutes in.

Crystal Palace capitalized on a swift counterattack, with Mateta converting a through ball to shock the reigning champions by finding the net off the post.

Man City quickly responded, with De Bruyne’s stunning strike from inside the area leveling the scoreline just ten minutes after Palace’s opener.

Despite conceding early, Pep Guardiola’s side began asserting dominance. They took the lead shortly after halftime when Lewis’ deflected shot found the back of the net.

Haaland extended Man City’s lead with a close-range finish, set up by De Bruyne’s assist, effectively sealing the victory just after the hour mark.

De Bruyne continued his exceptional performance by adding another goal, driving a left-footed shot past the Palace goalkeeper.

Although Odsonne Edouard scored a consolation goal for Palace late in the game, it didn’t prevent Man City from securing a comfortable three points at full time.