Manchester City suffered a humiliating 2-0 defeat at Etihad against Crystal Palace in the Premier League that saw the defending Champions drop 5 points below leaders Chelsea. Man City were reduced to 10 men after Aymeric Laporte was shown a red card fpr denieying Zaha an open chance to score through a dangerous tackle. Manchester City have suffered their 2nd Premier League defeat of the season in their ten played games where they have scored 20 goals and conceded 6 goals. Pep Guardiola could be sacked by Manchester City if they fail to win any of their upcoming November fixtures both in Premier League and UEFA Champions League.
Manager Pep Guardiola is under pressure to make sure they win at least 3 games in their upcoming Five November fixtures. Manchester City will host Belgium Champions Club Brugge at Etihad on Wednesday in the UEFA Champions League. Manchester City will visit Old Trafford next weekend to take on Manchester United in Manchester Derby Premier League block buster fixture. Manchester City will then host Everton at Etihad after the International break in the Premier League before hosting PSG in the UEFA Champions League before hosting Westham United in the final November Premier League match.
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