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Manchester City 3 - Sunderland 0 - Stats

Manchester City
3 - 0
Sunderland

FA Barclays Premier League

The Etihad Stadium

6/10/12

Attendance: 47,036

Referee: Lee Probert

Manchester CitySunderland
Kolarov 5′ Aguero 60′ Milner 89′
01 Hart     22 Mignolet    
02 Richards     16 O'Shea    
05 Zabaleta     24 Cuellar    
06 Lescott     03 Rose     61'
13 Kolarov     07 Larsson    
07 Milner     08 Gardner    
18 Barry     14 Colback    
21 Silva     90' 21 Johnson     68'
42 Y Toure     23 McClean    
32 Tevez     86' 28 Sessegnon     83'
45 Balotelli     56' 26 Fletcher    
Substitutes
30 Pantilimon     20 Westwood    
22 Clichy     86' 12 Kilgallon    
28 K Toure     19 Bramble    
08 Nasri     15 Vaughan     61'
17 Rodwell     90' 18 Meyler    
10 Dzeko     09 Campbell     83'
16 Aguero     56' 25 Saha     68'
Game Statistics
28
Goal Attempts
8
15
On Target
6
15
Corners
4
2
Offside
3
12
Fouls
11
0
Yellow Cards
3
61
%
39
Comments...
Johnny On The Spot: Well, well. The Champions are back. And how. This was a breathtaking, mighty show of force from Manchester City. The Blues steamrollered Sunderland into submission with a solid, robust and hungry performance fuelled with a scintillating quick pass and move that reduced The Black Cats to paper kites in a wind tunnel such was the tenacity of City's approach...Martin O'Neill could have had no complaints had The Citizens clocked up double figures in the Manchester sunshine...Roberto Mancini's men have answered their myriad early season critics with an almighty, perfect riposte... Mancio's Ferrari is purring again. It's not easy to single out individuals for praise but Micah Richards, Aleksander Kolarov and Jimmy Milner enjoyed one of their finest one and half hours in Blue to date...We're back to not wanting a City game to end. West Brom, YOU are next.
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Writer:Johnny Baguette
Date:Saturday October 6 2012
Time: 2:41PM

Comments

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Top performance! We looked very close to our best at times with Kolarov, Milner, Silva and Micah all putting in class performances. Micah is like a new signing - I was always looking forward to his return and he didn't disappoint
rojo2010
06/10/2012 14:53:00
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Top performance! We looked very close to our best at times with Kolarov, Milner, Silva and Micah all putting in class performances. Micah is like a new signing - I was always looking forward to his return and he didn't disappoint
rojo2010
06/10/2012 14:53:00
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Might want to check your possession stat JB :)
rojo2010
06/10/2012 14:54:00
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Might want to check your possession stat JB :)
rojo2010
06/10/2012 14:54:00
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Roberto Mancini: "I think in the first half, we missed two or three chances like other games but we had a good performance. I think also in London against Fulham we did very well and against Stoke. Every game is difficult in this moment. I am happy because we got a clean sheet, scored three but also because of our performance. I hope that Kolarov can continue to score. I am happy with all players. You can only beat Sunderland if you play well, they have a strong squad. Mario worked a lot, he had a chance, I am happy with Mario. Mario played a good game, I think he can do better."
Johnny Baguette
06/10/2012 15:20:00
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Roberto Mancini: "I think in the first half, we missed two or three chances like other games but we had a good performance. I think also in London against Fulham we did very well and against Stoke. Every game is difficult in this moment. I am happy because we got a clean sheet, scored three but also because of our performance. I hope that Kolarov can continue to score. I am happy with all players. You can only beat Sunderland if you play well, they have a strong squad. Mario worked a lot, he had a chance, I am happy with Mario. Mario played a good game, I think he can do better."
Johnny Baguette
06/10/2012 15:20:00
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lmao, Rojo, er, I wondered who'd spot that first!
Johnny Baguette
06/10/2012 15:23:00
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lmao, Rojo, er, I wondered who'd spot that first!
Johnny Baguette
06/10/2012 15:23:00
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Sunderland manager Martin O'Neill: "Eventually over the piece Man City deserved to win. When it was 1-0 we had a chance and just after the break we had an attacking threat, but overall they were much better and deserved to win the game. Citywere electric. They are fine players, champions of this country and playing big Champions League games. It was always the possibility if they got the second goal, they would cause havoc and that happened. If another 10 minutes went by they might get a bit nervy. You just have to take it, wait for international players came back and then prepare ourselves for Newcastle."
Johnny Baguette
06/10/2012 15:43:00
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Sunderland manager Martin O'Neill: "Eventually over the piece Man City deserved to win. When it was 1-0 we had a chance and just after the break we had an attacking threat, but overall they were much better and deserved to win the game. Citywere electric. They are fine players, champions of this country and playing big Champions League games. It was always the possibility if they got the second goal, they would cause havoc and that happened. If another 10 minutes went by they might get a bit nervy. You just have to take it, wait for international players came back and then prepare ourselves for Newcastle."
Johnny Baguette
06/10/2012 15:43:00
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