• 9 minutes of mayhem end City's bid to be the ‘Invincibles'

    6 days ago - By National Post

    LIVERPOOL, England - Manchester City's quest to be the latest “Invincibles” of English soccer ended thanks to nine minutes of mayhem on Sunday.
    Hounded and harassed by Liverpool's high press inside a raucous Anfield, City fell apart through a series of defensive mistakes and went from being level at 1-1 after 59 minutes to trailing 4-1 in the 68th minute.
    City defender Kyle Walker rubbed his face in disbelief. Pep Guardiola, City's manager, looked at the ground in shock.
    City recovered admirably to lose 4-3 but its five-month, 22-match unbeaten start to the league is over. Arsenal's...
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  • 9 minutes of mayhem end City's bid to be the 'Invincibles'

    6 days ago - By Boston Herald

    LIVERPOOL, England - Manchester City's quest to be the latest "Invincibles" of English soccer ended thanks to nine minutes of mayhem on Sunday. Hounded and harassed by Liverpool's high press inside a raucous Anfield, City fell apart through a series of defensive mistakes and went from being level at 1-1 after 59 minutes to trailing 4-1 in the 68th minute. City defender Kyle Walker rubbed his face in disbelief. Pep Guardiola, City's manager, looked at the ground in shock.
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  • 9 minutes of madness end City's bid to be the 'Invincibles'

    6 days ago - By Boston Herald

    LIVERPOOL, England - Manchester City's quest to be the second "Invincibles" of English soccer ended thanks to nine minutes of madness on Sunday. Hounded and harassed by Liverpool's high press inside a raucous Anfield, City fell apart through a series of defensive mistakes and went from being level at 1-1 after 59 minutes to trailing 4-1 in the 68th minute. City defender Kyle Walker rubbed his face in disbelief. Pep Guardiola, City's manager, looked at the ground in shock.
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  • 9 minutes of madness end City's bid to be the ‘Invincibles'

    9 minutes of madness end City's bid to be the ‘Invincibles'

    6 days ago - By The Seattle Times

    LIVERPOOL, England - Manchester City's quest to be the second “Invincibles” of English soccer ended thanks to nine minutes of madness on Sunday. Hounded and harassed by Liverpool's high press inside a raucous Anfield, City fell apart through a series of defensive mistakes and went from being level at 1-1 after 59 minutes to...
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