Brighton shocked Manchester City yesterday in the English premier league Match that was played at Brighton Stadium. The two teams came up with their best and strong starting eleven for the match. Guadiola had to rest both De Bruyne and Laport for next crucial matches in the fixture. Manchester City was leading with two goals in the first half before the break cuttersy of Gundougan and Fil Phoden.
But in the second half of the game things turned around, as Manchester city lost possession after Juan Cancelo was booked with a red card in a controversial play against Lalana . This was a clear indication of where Guadiola went wrong and he couldn't correct on time. Trossard with a short range shot, scored at 50 minute to make it 1-2 and changed the score board just 10 minutes after the break.
Manchester city had nothing to do to stop the running Brighton, when Webster came with an equalizer at 72 minute to upset the visitors.
Things went wrong for the visitors, as they were reduced to 10 men in the field. Brighton used the home advantage to remain in the English premier league, they showed a classic performance at home. Manchester City went down, as Brighton came from behind to win with a late Stunner from Burn.
Manchester city will be having a hard fixture next after loosing to Brighton. They will be at home against Everton and travel to Porto for finals of Champions league.
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