Bournemouth 1 – 2 Man City: Sterling scores late, but sees red
Raheem Sterling scored in injury time, but got sent off for excessive celebration as Manchester City came from behind to win Bournemouth at the Dean Court.
Manchester City fell to Charlie Daniels 13th minute volley before Gabriel Jesus equalized 8 minutes later.
Thereafter, Manchester City was guilty of failing to convert their chances, despite dominating proceedings.
Sterling, who was also the hero last-week converted a scrappy goal in injury time to give City the three points.
Bournemouth started brightly, as Daniels scored a thunderbolt as they looked to bounce back from the losing their first two matches.
Jermaine Defoe could have doubled the lead, but Ederson was on hand to stop the attack.
City sparked into life as Gabriel Jesus converted Silva’s ball with a first-time finish.
Nathan Ake was lucky not to see red after bringing Jesus down as the striker charged down a clearance.
Manchester City dominated till the first half was over.
As the second half started, Manchester City continued to dominate possession.
On the hour mark, Joshua Kings struck the post from Charlie Daniel’s delivery.
Nicolas Otamendi also stuck the post with a header in the 74th minute.
Sterling has the Final Say
Seven minutes into injury time, Raheem Sterling scored via a deflection off Andrew Surman but Sterling was shown a second yellow card for excessive celebration.
Manchester City ran-out winners as Sterling proved to be the hero again.