Watford welcomed Manchester City at the Vicarage Road this Tuesday for Matchweek 15 in the Premier League. The Leaders of the Premier League forced themselves as such and opened a 2-goal lead. The Hosts limited with 5 staying on the clock, however, the triumph went for the Citizens, who are five points clear at the highest point of the League.
Manchester City began the match commanding the hostile activities, and the ball ownership, obviously. They got a few opportunities to open the scoring, yet they squandered every one of them, until the minute 40th, when Algerian midfielder Riyad Mahrez put in a risky cross, that was closed in objective by Leroy Sane, who chested the ball home through the legs of goalkeeper Ben Forster. 0-1 City.
After the break, the Citizens returned centered, and at the 51st, they doubled their lead. Gabriel Jesus got a decent pass on the left, and low crossed it to Mahrez, who opened home the second. 0-2 City.
After the second goal, the two teams backed off the pace. City were much nearer from a third than Watford to limit, however at the 85th, after a hazardous cross from the right, Ederson spared it, yet the ball tumbled to Abdoulaye Doucoure, who attempted once, and was obstructed by Kyle Walker, yet the bounce back went to him once more, as he sent the ball home from close-range. 1-2 City.
Watford’s first appeared to fire up the Stadium, and the hosts tossed themselves at City, endeavoring to level the match. Be that as it may, in spite of their past endeavors, they were not ready to squeeze a point at home against the Pioneers.
Following the win, Man City are back five points clear from Liverpool, who play tomorrow at Burnley. If there should arise an occurrence of a triumph of the Reds, the Citizens’ leadership return to a two-point hole. Watford are currently the eleventh. City’s next match will be an tough travel to Stamford Bridge, confronting Chelsea this Saturday, as Watford go up against Everton away on Monday.