Man City 5-0 West Ham: Sterling bags first 2019/2020 season hatrick

Man City 5 0 West Ham Raheem Sterling bags first season hatrick
Man City 5 0 West Ham Raheem Sterling bags first season hatrick

Man City 5-0 West Ham: Manchester City have taken their place on the League table after beating West Ham 5-0 at the London Stadium.

Man city take their first place in the league table as their 5-0 win over West Ham puts them in advantage against Liverpool 4-1 Norwich win.

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West Ham stepped into the match with low confidence and Man City new number 9, Gabriel Jesus took advantage of this by netting the opener 5-0 win at the 25th minute.

Sterling doubled Man City lead 51 minutes on the clock during the second half, giving the Hammers more problems to deal with as they step unknowingly closer to their 5-0 defeat.

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While still trying to stand on their feets, Gabriel Jesus netted the 3rd goal but was disqualified by the VAR which counted his arm as an offside.

The game came back on and Guardiola was substituting Gabriel for Sergio Aguero who came on from the bench to net a Penalty after Raheem Sterling’s quick run chip while the West Ham defenders stood and looked for offside advantage.

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Although, the VAR disqualified the first penalty kick saved by West Ham keeper, Lukasz Fabianski, Sergio Aguero never failed to correct his errors as he scored in his second trial at the 86th minute, netting the 4th in the 5-0 win.

With 9 shots and 56% of the ball possession in their favor, Man City sealed the game with a late shocker goal from Raheem Sterling who bagged the Premier League of the 2019/2020 season.

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West Ham have now overthrown Norwich following their 5-0 loss to Man City against Norwich’s 4-1 loss to Liverpool.

Crystal Palace are already in preparation to kick off as they set to battle Everton who have decided to bench their two new signings, Moise Kean and Jean-Philippe Gbamin.

Wilfred Zaha is also in the substitute for the Eagles alongside, former Chelsea man, Garry Cahill.

Bournemouth face off with Sheffield United while Burnley battle Southampton and Watford faces Brighton at home.

Later today, Tottenham Hotspur will be battling Aston Villa.

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