Manchester city faced Brighton and Holve Albion last night at American Express stadium.Manchester city started off well as they dominated the play and opened Albion's defence through with their quick passes and counter attacks and scored in the first 15 minutes of the game after Ilkay Gundogan finished it brilliantly from a close range.Manchester city caught Brighton again through a counter attack that was finished brilliantly by inform Phil Foden.Before halftime, city got their third goal of the match after Gabriel Jesus shot was deflected in by Phil Foden.Brighton scored in the second half through Alex Mac allister from the spot kick.Riyard Mahrez took all 3 points for Manchester city after scoring thier fourth goal of the match.Foden has now scored 3 goals in the premier league so far while his teammate Riyad Mahrez has scored 2 premier league goals so far.Mohamed Salah and Jamie Vardy lead the line with 7 goals each while Westham Talisman Michael Antonio has scored 5 goals.See the full table below.
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