Published: Sun, September 16, 2018
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Sane stars as Man City prove too strong for Fulham

Sane stars as Man City prove too strong for Fulham

Bernardo Silva was the pick of a brilliant bunch, David Silva marked his 350th game for City with his 50th goal in the Premier League and rumours of Leroy Sane's demise have, evidently, been greatly exaggerated.

Sane, 23, left the Germany camp for the birth of his daughter, Rio Stella, last week and on Saturday made his first Premier League start of the season, taking just 97 seconds to open the scoring. According to The Times, Sterling, who now earns £175k a week, wants a 100k a week pay rise which would see him become one of the highest paid players in the Premier League. It was also a good game today and we won, we played a good game.

On the field, Pep Guardiola's team enjoyed a record-breaking campaign last time around, hitting 100 points as they lifted the Premier League with new best marks in terms of overall wins, consecutive victories, goals scored and goal difference.

"I've always said that I would like to play for Las Palmas, but we'll see how things are in two years".

"Sometimes he has to realise for himself, like a professional (what) he has to do - (I am) delighted for his performance".

The hosts, perhaps with one eye on Wednesday's Champions League opener against Lyon, eased off the pace in the second half but could have added to their lead with a number of opportunities falling to substitute Gabriel Jesus.


The German global claimed an early opening goal before further efforts from David Silva and Raheem Sterling maintained City's unbeaten start to the campaign in effortless fashion.

"Something in the ankle, when he fell down, he felt something". We will see tomorrow how he wakes up.

'It's nice to get going again after the World Cup - we only got 12 days off, ' the England worldwide said. He finished good the first half and the second half started a little bit uncomfortable.

Can someone please go and let the Premier League, the FA, UEFA, FIFA and the Court for Arbitration of Sport no about this please and help get the title taken off of City.

"It's a challenge for all of them and it's a challenge for me, the manager, to keep the level and it's a challenge for the players to keep their level and compete with their mates".

"Everybody is here because after three seasons I want to work with them and I think they want to work with us".

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