Manchester City were ripped off by VAR drama at the end of the game

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Manchester City were ripped off by VAR drama at the end of the game, resulting in only opening homes. Southampton lost 0-0 form.

English Premier League Football

Manchester City 0 – Southampton 0, Manchester City were ripped off by VAR drama at the end of the game

Stadium: Etihad Stadium

The game started in the first 15 minutes as the visiting team could do better. Until they had the opportunity to win from James Ward Prause’s free-kick, which opened with the right. The ball flew past the heads of all the players almost into the second post. 

Until the 22nd minute, it was City who began to dominate the game until there was a chance in the moment that Kyle Walker added up. Before opening into the second post for Gundogan to strike, but still couldn’t get out of the frame. promote 

Just four minutes later, the Sailboat had another chance from Sterling and Grealish’s two-man match before finally being Stirling into a spin right in the penalty area. But the ball still fell off the second post. 

But at the 35th minute Southampton Must be replaced before Jack Stephens muscle spasm until unable to continue playing. Causing to send the way Mohammed Salizu comes down to play instead.

The game progressed to the last 5 minutes of the first half. 

The home team had another chance to win when Grealish flowed the ball to Fernandinho. Dropped in for Jesus to strike, but it’s still not right in the frame anyway. Thus ended the first half still tied with no score 0-0.

Returning to the game in the second half, City opened the game immediately, but did not have a chance to finish the score until 53 minutes. As Gabriel Jesus had the opportunity to set up a fort in front of the penalty area. From the flow of Stirling, but the ball still jumped over the bar.

After just one minute, the visiting team had a chance from the moment Romeu intercepted the ball in City’s penalty area before passing it to Che Adams to drag in and press it with the right. But the ball is still not strong enough to get out of the second pole 

Until the 61st minute, it was the visiting team’s side that almost got a penalty in the moment that Redmond cut the ball. Before touching it for Armstrong to snatch it into the penalty area before being hit by a walker from the side. After first, Jonathan Moss blew a penalty. But when he went to look at VAR, he reversed the decision not to award a penalty to the visitors. 

Then City sent Kevin De Bruyne to form the game instead of Fernandinho in the 65th minute

The game continued in the 80th minute. The visiting team had another chance to win from El Yunussi’s spinning ball outside the penalty area, but bowed out of the box without winning. 

Until the 90+1 minute stoppage time, City were able to send the ball into the goal from the moment De Bruyne dropped in for the reserve Phil Foden to head the first stroke to save. before being referred to running repeatedly But the referee blew this ball into a goal because Raheem Sterling was in the offside position in the previous stroke and made this ball not a goal. Finally, there was no goal. End of the game. Manchester City can only open the house with a draw. to south hampton without score 0-0

List of players for both teams 

Man City: Ederson, Kyle Walker, Ruben Dias, Nathan Ake, Joao Canzelo, Ilkay Gundogan, Fernandinho, Bernard. Do Silva, Raheem Sterling, Gabriel Jesus, Jack Grealish 

Southampton:  Alex McCarthy, Valentino Liframento, Jack Stephens, Jan Bednarek, Kyle Walker-Peters, Nathan Redmond, James Ward Prouss, Oriole Romeu, Mohamed Elunussi, Adam Armstrong, Che Adams

Referee: Jonathan Moss