Monday, 13 February 2012

Manchester City Back Ahold Standings

Only a day later, Manchester City master again the leadership of the Premier League thanks to a narrow victory over host Aston Villa. Manchester City must be grateful to Joleon Lescott who provided the only goal against Aston Villa in the English Premier League on Sunday (12/2) evening.

Because the goal is to bring City back in power at the top of the table ahead of Manchester United, who reigned only a day after beating Liverpool. With United's victory and the record just one win in six away games before heading to Villa Park, the City is required to win. Roberto Mancini's squad dominated the game since the game started. Villa did not much move slightly due to continuous pressed his guest. An opportunity was born for the hosts when a header from Richard Dunne, Stiliyan Petrov free kick, still secured Joe Hart.

Villa has a duet lucky Dunne and James Collins as the defense bar as Sergio Aguero and David Silva to be of little threat. If passed, Shay Given is a resounding break opportunity after opportunity attacker City's duet. When Given was able to block the ball, kick Adam Johnson just misses the point. The new City of pressure finally paid off in the 63rd minute. James Milner's corner kick to the far post headed Gareth Barry. From a short distance from the convoy free Lescott Villa player and easily conquered the Given.

Villa at least get two chances to equalize. First, Carlos Cuellar free header flew over the crossbar. Second, the opportunity Darren Bent from close range can still be broken Hart. 1-0 to City last position until after. These results make the Villa a record without a win in the last seven games thus increasing the pressure on manager Alex McLeish. Villa are now just seven points from the red zone.

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