Pep Guardiola asks Gabriel Jesus to keep helping Manchester City

Pep Guardiola asks Gabriel Jesus to keep helping Manchester City

Manchester City moved five points clear of the chasing pack of the English Premier League with a hard-fought 3-1 home win over Bournemouth on Saturday.

The 1st half finished in a 1-all draw but goals from Raheem Sterling and Ilkay Gundogan secured the three points for City.

Newcastle's run of three straight wins came to an end after a 3-0 loss to West Ham at St James' Park.

Fourteen matches played, 12 won, two drawn and 43 goals scored, City have been dominant once again this campaign.

It was a landmark moment for former Barcelona and Bayern Munich boss Guardiola, who said: "My 400th win as a manager?"

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Bernardo Silva's 16th-minute goal was City's only shot on target in the first half and was cancelled out by Bournemouth's Callum Wilson on the stroke of halftime.

"I don't think we regard ourselves as invincible", he told kicker magazine.

DF John Stones, 7 - Has missed both Premier League games since the worldwide break, but turned in an impressive performance that will show Guardiola that he can rotate his centre-backs without impacting the team.

United suddenly had a spring in their step and Ander Herrera equalised in the 39th minute when he met Rashford's low cross with a clever back-heeled effort from close-range.

While the scoreline wasn't as emphatic as they have been in recent weeks, for 85 minutes it was one of their most dynamic performances of the season against a side with the sixth-best home record in the Premier League.

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"Positive examples include Marcus Rashford, Phil Jones and many others showing that respect for the shirt and showing respect for the club". That's if we are going by the Twitter vote earlier today!

Following the restart of the encounter, the winger linked up with Gabriel Jesus to score his fifth Premier League goal of the season. Always I said to him: when you work like he works on the pitch, always we will sustain him. Burnley remained in the relegation zone having slipped down to 18th after Cardiff City's 2-1 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers on Friday.

The England worldwide also has six assists to his name for City in the top flight this term and scored twice in the Three Lions' stunning 3-2 Nations League win over Spain.

Jamie Vardy's 12th-minute penalty, after the striker himself was brought down, gave Leicester the lead.

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