Manchester City can beat Chelsea and Arsenal Premier league record against United

Manchester City can beat Chelsea and Arsenal Premier league record against United

Manchester City head coach Pep Guardiola is happy to have his own version of "Fergie time" after Manchester City again scored a late victor to clinch a 2-1 win over West Ham United in an English Premier League (EPL) match.

The Spain playmaker, who scored the late victor in the Premier League leaders' victory over West Ham on Sunday, is being rested for the Group F game in Kharkiv.

Free-scoring City found it hard to break down the well-organised Hammers after Angelo Ogbonnna's shock opener just before half-time, but they kept their heads and equalised through Nicolas Otamendi 12 minutes after the break before David Silva volleyed a fine victor with seven minutes left.

"We knew we had to be patient, we came out flying in the second half, we tried to explain to the boys we still had time and then we started to relax a bit more and found those spaces". "We didn't have any rhythm because Adrian was taking 30 seconds every time". You have to try to solve it [when teams pack the defense].

"I think there are ways to play against them, I think they've got weaknesses".


"We don't normally play with two strikers and two wingers but we did, so it is a lesson for us".

Guardiola admitted his half-time decision to send on Brazil forward Gabriel Jesus was a key moment as it allowed City to have more support for Sergio Aguero up front.

Silva converted Kevin de Bruyne's brilliant pass from close range in the 83rd minute as City maintained their blistering form this season.

"We spoke a lot about defending set-pieces but they are taller", he said of West Ham.

"I think we should have done much better with it", the former Everton and Manchester United boss told Sky Sports. It's complicated for us, and they obviously hold the game, and try to take advantage from a set piece.

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