English Premier League football
Manchester City 2 – Crystal Palace 2
Stadium: Etihad Stadiumทางเข้า UFABET
Five minutes into the game, Manchester City should have taken the lead quickly when Kyle Walker opened from the right side for Julian Alvarez to head in and hit the ground, but Dean Henderson Pearson Super made an incredible save.
The 10th minute was another opportunity for the City.
The ball bounced from Rico Lewis into the path of Ruben Dias, who looked far out of the top triangle just a little bit.
The home team took a 1-0 lead until in the 24th minute after connecting the ball back and forth. Finally, Phil Foden passed through the legs of the visiting defense for Jack Grealish to catch straight and 18 yards to the left. Shot on the right foot through Henderson’s hand and inserted it into the far post. Despite an offside check for almost 2 minutes, in the end, Grealish stood on the line.
Palace had to make an early substitution in the 33rd minute when captain Joel Ward was injured and could not continue playing. Had to send a rising star like David Ozoh to replace him.
Palace had a scary comeback in the 42nd minute when Jean-Philippe Mateta followed a loose ball and was about to enter the right side of the penalty area, but was knocked down by Ederson who had come out of the area. The blocker fell headlong. Fortunately, the referee only gave Ederson a yellow card because the City defenders were running in tandem in that moment, so it was not a direct foul in the loose moment.
From a free kick, Michael Olise sent a left shot over the crossbar.
At the end of the first half, Manchester City was leading 1-0.
In the 52nd minute, the Blues received a free kick on the left. Alvarez spun the ball in, but it didn’t hit anyone at the far post, but there was Rodri who stood ahead and interfered with Henderson. This shot was correct. Forfeit score
Until the 54th minute, City came 2-0 away from the moment when Jack Grealish cut from the left in front of the penalty area and sent it into the legs of the Palace defenders, bouncing high into the penalty area and crossing Rodri into the path. Rico Lewis shot with his right hand and put it into the net.
A game that seemed to have nothing exciting at all when Palace cracked the egg in the 76th minute, the ball came into the right channel for Jeffrey Schlupp to rush past Ruben Dias and carry the ball into the penalty area. Left and thrust into the middle through Nathan Ake’s interception, Jean-Philippe Mateta charged from close range into the net. The visiting team scored 1-2.
In the 87th minute, Manchester City had a chance to escape. Bernardo Silva cut from the right side and spun with his left foot, but Henderson still made no mistake in saving.
The unbelievable thing happened in the 90+3 minute. When Phil Foden hit Mateta in the penalty area and the referee called for a foul. And VAR confirmed it before Michael Olise took responsibility for the kill, making no mistake, sending the score to 2-2.
At the end of the game, Crystal Palace came back to draw with Man City 2-2 very satisfying.