Published: Mon, January 20, 2020
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Man City braced for PSG to make mammoth Pep Guardiola offer

Man City braced for PSG to make mammoth Pep Guardiola offer

Reigning Premier League champions Manchester City on Saturday, January 18, came back from a goal down to draw visiting Crystal Palace 2-2 in a tough Premier League encounter.

When asked about his future before City's 2-2 draw with Crystal Palace, Guardiola said: "Unless they sack me, I am staying, 100 per cent".

After Sanli, he is also only the second Turkish player to score goals for two English Premier League clubs.

The hosts were behind for the bulk of the contest after Cenk Tosun's 39th-minute opener but Sergio Aguero punctuated the frustration with his 250th goal in City colours eight minutes from time.

Meyer suffered the injury during last weekend's 1-1 draw against Arsenal as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's reckless challenge on him saw the Gabon global receive a straight red card.

On his half-time team-talk with City 1-0 down, the Spaniard added: "I told them to keep going".

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Police managed to free 14 others, also from the Ngabe Bugle indigenous group, who had been tied up and beaten with wooden clubs and Bibles.

In the five matches the pair have faced off in, Guardiola has accrued the most points with three wins and a draw, with the Crystal Palace boss securing one win over the Citizens - a 3-2 success at the Etihad last season.

However, Arsenal could have built a bigger lead.

Watford's Ignacio Pussetto makes a goal-line clearance against Tottenham Hotspur at Vicarage Road. The frustration was clear when Alli threw an object to the ground in the dugout after being substituted.

Pedro Neto got Wolves going with a goal in the 53rd before Raul Jimenez powered the team to victory with two goals, the first of those from the penalty spot after a long VAR wait.

To say it was hard-fought would be an understatement - Olivia Chance hit the woodwork for Bristol City in the first half, before Charlie Wellings won and then missed a second-half penalty.

Coincidentally, Liverpool play Man City away in exactly 11 games time, which means that if the Reds can extend their winning run through their next ten games, there's a chance that they could travel to the Etihad with the opportunity to beat City and win the title at the current champions' stadium.

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