Published: Tue, August 13, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Champions City make statement, Kane seals late Spurs win

Champions City make statement, Kane seals late Spurs win

Aguero then denied the England global the chance to seal his hat-trick from the spot, before the 24-year-old eventually grabbed his third goal of the game in stoppage time.

Jesus became the first player to have a goal disallowed by the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) in the Premier League when, in the 53rd minute, he finished off Sterling's pass following a fine move.

"On the first day he played as a striker and for me striker will be an incredible position for him".

Not only did they win their respective games they scored 9 goals between them. "After that, we had a couple of chances to make it 2-1".

Gabriel Jesus got the champions off the mark with a 25th minute strike in a pretty much one-sided affair.

The second half was something of a disaster as City steamrollered their way to the easiest of victories.

Steve Waugh took to Instagram and wrote, "Opening round of the Premier League at London Stadium".

Attending the Man City game in London were some Australian cricketers, who are also the newest fans of West Ham.

Urges all sides to refrain from violence in Hong Kong
China though has supported the tactics - saying the behaviour of the protesters showed signs of terrorism and a hard-line response is needed.

By the end the Hammers were crushed and could have lost by more, but it is hard to be too critical.

Brighton Hove Albion's new manager Graham Potter enjoyed a dream start to his time in charge as the Seagulls beat last season's FA Cup finalists Watford 3-0 at Vicarage Road.

Guardiola said: "Maybe the intensity and passion will leave".

"Manchester City did 13 fouls and we did five, so we can be a bit more aggressive".

"I don't think we need analyse the performance of the individual players against Manchester City".

Jurgen Klopp's side, chasing a first English title since 1990, scored four times in the first half at Anfield to show their determination to end City's reign as champions.

Local boy Billy Sharp came off the bench for Sheffield United to earn a share of the spoils in their first Premier League game since 2007 as they drew 1-1 t Bournemouth.

Liverpool's 4-1 victory over Norwich on Friday sent the message to City that they are up for another titanic title battle after missing out by just one point last season. Expectations are still high and the moaners are already out there on social media.

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