Newcastle United 3-4 Manchester City: Ferran Torres scored a hat-trick for City

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Manchester City scored twice in their Premier League victory over Newcastle in their first game since being crowned champions.

Surprisingly, Pep Guardiola chose Scott Carson to score almost a decade after his last appearance in the English Premier League.

It saw his City team take control early but was thwarted by Emil Krafth’s powerful head in the corner of Jonjo Shelvey.

With a deflected effort into the lower right corner, Joao Cancelo equalized.

When Torres expertly turned home Ilkay Gundogan’s free-kick 185 seconds later, it appeared as if the visitors would be able to stop.

Steve Bruce, who has challenged his Newcastle team to match the champion, will be pleased with their response.

They equalized after being forced to apply a lot of pressure when City defender Nathan Ake was deemed a good substitute. Allowing Brazil a penalty kick was a mistake by Joelinton.

City’s poor start Just after an hour, Kyle Walker gave the Magpies a second penalty.

After Carson saved his first kick, Joe Willock followed up with a goal.

Torres, however, had the final say, directing the cross of Gabriel Jesus in the top right corner.

And he becomes Guardiola’s team’s youngest player to score a league hat-trick. In Newcastle, he deflected Cancelo’s shot back to the post.

It was an impressive finish to an impressive game for Guardiola’s side, who set a new league record. With their 12 straight wins away from home.

Newcastle Advances in the Standings

Bruce’s team did an excellent job in their win over Leicester last week. However, competing against these newly crowned champions was a significant step forward in the classroom.

And if the integration of Guardiola’s players was not a problem. In the absence of the injured Callum Wilson, their assignment became significantly more difficult.

Newcastle has failed to win any of the nine games in which their England striker has been absent this season.

However, how they have pushed City’s 13-point team to the top of the table is very encouraging.

Joelinton, Wilson’s study, who has worked hard since making history for his team in 2019, has given Ake. And he has a lot of issues with his defensive partner Eric Garcia.

And a Willock supporter duo, Miguel Almiron and Saint-Maximin, have caused City issues on both sides.

In the first half, the Arsenal striker surprised Raheem Sterling at this level. And his speed caught Walker, resulting in the Magpies’ second penalty of the evening.

It wasn’t until they were put under so much pressure that the City class finally told. They were in a downsizing debate a few weeks ago, on the other hand.

The City’s Rampage Continues

Every Premier League manager should aspire to the depth of talent that Guardiola has at City.

Riyad Mahrez, Phil Foden, and Ruben Dias sitting in a tent served as a reminder. As the champions marched north with Ederson, Sergio Aguero, and Kevin de Bruyne, they had that depth.

In their absence, tenacious opponents have demonstrated how much the Premier League can demand but still deserves success.

The city has had the luxury of competing in both the EFL Cup and the Premier League. In terms of preparing for their Champions League final against Chelsea on May 29, they have three games left.

While there was some emotion involved in giving Carson his first taste of Premier League football. Since May 22, 2011, the way Guardiola urged his team to maintain their standards has gotten a lot of attention.

He appeared dissatisfied with how his team conceded at least two goals. But he also seemed pleased with how Torres turned out.

In a squad with so many firefighters, the 21-year-old has sometimes looked the other way, around since starting only 14 times in Valencia.

And if, to the best of his ability, this was the Spanish winger’s opinion. Given the long-term offer, he could involve a large number of teams.

‘Perhaps Torres is a striker,’ they speculated. Newcastle manager Steve Bruce told BBC Sport: “Even our worst performances were good enough against the opposition.” And we weren’t up to the task for the evening.

“The best thing I can ever pay for them is how difficult it is to set up against them.” There are times when you don’t get a kick because they’re being good.”

Whether Newcastle can keep Joe Willock: “We have to respect Joe because he is an Arsenal player.” But, if at all possible, we’d like to keep him.”

The criticism this season: “If you’re going to do this job in the Premier League, you come and get criticized.

“Sometimes it’s not right. I’ve always said that when our players are correct, we’ll be fine.”

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola, speaking to BBC Sport about Ferran Torres: “Amazing numbers and goals in his first season in the Premier League.

“He’s young and clinics. And he’s a guy brought in as a winger, but maybe we should think of him as a striker. He’s a great player.”

“We play with ten players in the box. They defend very profoundly. They are fast, fast on the counter. “

“A tough, tough opponent. Still, we hit well in the pockets. But conceded three goals in pieces, and we have to improve that.”

To Scott Carson: “We are delighted with him. He is an important player for us. He is a real leader, and today has been a different day to let him play.”

Breaking records and running the winning runs: “That’s what we’ve done, four years together.

“If people say that you don’t win the Champions League, the team loses, or the players fail. Or the manager fails, and the ball doesn’t match.

“The most important thing is to win the Premier League. You have to celebrate one day. But the wind was there.

“We once had sat down, came back, 3-2 came back. But just read, come back as fast and come in perfect shape for the finals. “

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