English Premier League

Man City vs West Ham 2021-22 English Premier League

  • 33': Ilkay Gündogan
  • 90': Fernandinho
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2 - 1
  • 90'+4': Manuel Lanzini

Man City conquer snow and West Ham to keep title pressure on Chelsea

Snow may have slowed down the match at the Etihad but it didn't stop Manchester City from securing a 2-1 win over West Ham.

Match Commentary

  • 0': First Half begins.
  • 29': Aymeric Laporte (Manchester City) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
  • 33': Goal! Manchester City 1, West Ham United 0. Ilkay Gündogan (Manchester City) right footed shot from very close range to the bottom left corner.
  • 59': Substitution, West Ham United. Manuel Lanzini replaces Saïd Benrahma.
  • 61': João Cancelo (Manchester City) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
  • 61': Substitution, West Ham United. Vladimir Coufal replaces Aaron Cresswell because of an injury.
  • 74': Substitution, West Ham United. Jarrod Bowen replaces Arthur Masuaku.
  • 87': Substitution, Manchester City. Fernandinho replaces Raheem Sterling.
  • 90': Goal! Manchester City 2, West Ham United 0. Fernandinho (Manchester City) right footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom left corner. Assisted by Ilkay Gündogan.
  • 90'+4': Goal! Manchester City 2, West Ham United 1. Manuel Lanzini (West Ham United) right footed shot from outside the box to the top left corner.

Game Information

Competition: English Premier League

Venue: Etihad Stadium
Location: Manchester, England
Attendance: 53,245

English Premier League Standings

POS TEAM GP GD PTS
+38 Liverpool 26 60 2
+33 Manchester City 26 59 3
+39 Arsenal 26 58 4
+21 Aston Villa 26 52 6
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Statistics

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6 Fouls 7
0 Yellow Cards 2
0 Red Cards 0
4 Offsides 4
4 Corner Kicks 8
6 Saves 2
31.5 Possession 68.5
5 SHOTS 19
3 ON GOAL 9
0.6 On Target % 0.5
0 Penalty Goals 0
0 Penalty Kicks Taken 0
260 Accurate Passes 658
330 Passes 728
0.8 Pass Completion % 0.9
2 Accurate Crosses 3
17 Crosses 19
0.1 Cross % 0.2
55 Long Balls 46
21 Accurate Long Balls 32
0.4 Long Balls % 0.7
1 Blocked Shots 4
13 Effective Tackles 8
16 Tackles 15
0.8 Tackle % 0.5
11 Interceptions 5
18 Effective Clearances 11
18 Clearances 11

Line-Ups

MNC Manchester City (4-3-3)

No. Name
31 Ederson (GK)
14 Aymeric Laporte Yellow Card
3 Rúben Dias
27 João Cancelo Yellow Card
2 Kyle Walker
16 Rodri
20 Bernardo Silva
8 Ilkay Gündogan
26 Riyad Mahrez
7 Raheem Sterling
9 Gabriel Jesus

WHU West Ham United (4-2-3-1)

No. Name
1 Lukasz Fabianski (GK)
4 Kurt Zouma
15 Craig Dawson
3 Aaron Cresswell
31 Ben Johnson
22 Saïd Benrahma
41 Declan Rice
28 Tomás Soucek
9 Michail Antonio
26 Arthur Masuaku
8 Pablo Fornals

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