Gabriel Jesus, who is turning out to be an astute acquisition by Manchester City with every passing game, scored a brace at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday against Swansea, including a 92nd-minute winner. Manchester United also returned to winning ways by beating Leicester City 0-3 away.
Jesus to the rescue
Jesus is making quite an impression under Pep Guardiola, who once again opted to start with the 19-year-old ahead of Sergio Aguero. The Brazilian did not disappoint either as he opened the scoring in the 11th minute with a poacher-like finish from close. The ball broke for him after David Silva’s wonderful run and cross down the left wing found Raheem Sterling, who, from inside the box, placed it in the path of Jesus to bury it into the back of the net.
Swansea put up a spirited second half display and deservedly got back into the match through a long-range strike from in-form Gylfi Sigurdsson. However, Jesus capped his first Premier League start at home with a
The win places City above Arsenal on the points
Reigning champions back in relegation battle
For Leicester City fans, the last season would seem like a distant dream at the moment. They are back to where they were in the 2014-2015 season – fighting relegation – and last season's surprise triumph appears to be an anomaly. Manchester United handed them their four Premier League defeat in a row with a 3-0 thrashing.
Two of the goals came close to half-time. A Chris Smalling header put Henrikh Mkhitaryan through on goal, and the Armenian finished with aplomb to give United the lead. Two minutes later, Ibrahimovic doubled the lead with a neat finish from inside the box after Antonio Valencia picked him out with a low cross from the right wing.
Four minutes into the second half, Juan Mata scored United’s third after a lovely one-two with Mkhitaryan. It was United's first win in four Premier League games.
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