1 minute ago
Paul Pogba of Manchester United (center) sees his goal is not allowed.
Source: Anthony Devlin
6 minutes ago
7.45pm games are restarted.
Fulham scored a 48-minute goal with Calum Chambers firing at home a powerful means of shooting from the edge of the area.
8 minutes ago
So half time in the two kick-offs of 8pm.
Both games were not exactly filled with entertainment.
The city controlled the proceedings at St James & Park and deserves the command, which secured itself in the 24th second. They struggled to take advantage of this advantage, between a slow pace and a subdued atmosphere in the ground.
Newcastle occasionally had a counter-productive counterattack, but it was mainly the one-way traffic to the hosts' penalty area.
Similar to their neighbors tonight, Man United struggled to open the diligent defense of the opposition to Old Trafford.
13 minutes ago
HALF-TIME: MAN UNITED 0-0 BURNLEY
14 minutes ago
HALF-TIME: NEWCASTLE 0-1 MAN CITY
14 minutes ago
Panic in the Newcastle area.
It begins with a pleasant and intelligent interaction of the city, before a cross leads to Silva's header that is freed from the line by Lejeune.
24 minutes ago
HALF-TIME: ARSENAL 0-0 CARDIFF
HALF-TIME: FULHAM 0-2 BRIGHTON
HALF-TIME: HUDDERSFIELD 0-1 EVERTON
HALF-TIME: WOLVES 0-0 WEST HAM
26 minutes ago
Aguero plays with Sane, but the first touch of the German national team is too heavy and Newcastle can breathe a sigh of relief for now.
At the moment, St James & Park is very quiet, with City completely dominating the ball.
As I write, Sterling is booked for a late tackle on Longstaff.
29 minutes ago
Newcastle's president, Mike Ashley, is not the most popular man on earth tonight.
Source: EMPICS Sport
32 minutes ago
Still 0-0 at Old Trafford so far with not too much to report.
The united man is making his ninth consecutive victory under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Meanwhile, after their disastrous start, Newcastle has had one or two promising offensive moments in the last few minutes, with plenty of space exploits on the rare occasions when City attacks from a deep break.
37 minutes ago
So this happened a few minutes ago …
Ridiculous to penalize the team that has been awarded a free kick. De Bruyne booked to take him before the umpire was ready. I think it is a change of law that is rightly considered. Take it as soon as you want.
– Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) January 29, 2019
37 minutes ago
Half a chance for Newcastle.
Rondon spreads it on the edge of the Atsu area that broke loose.
However, Stones does well to receive a block and deflect out for a corner.
43 minutes ago
Fulham on the mission made a change after only 26 minutes.
Tim Ream does not seem hurt as he leaves to be replaced by Tom Cairney.
45 minutes ago
Man City continues to dominate at St James & Park.
Newcastle is simply trying to contain them at the moment, and it's hard to imagine a different scenario from Pep Guardiola's that reduces Liverpool's lead to a point at the end of the night.
As I write, however, Danilo loses the ball a couple of meters from the area, before Perez shoots a tight shot from a tight corner.
51 minutes ago
Now it's 2-0 at Brighton against Fulham.
It's that man again Glenn Murray, accumulating the misery on the side of Claudio Ranieri in danger of relegation.
56 minutes ago
Even the United game started …
57 minutes ago
The city is ahead after 25 seconds.
Sterling crosses for David Silva. The Spanish midfielder directs him to the door again and collides with Dubravka as he does so. Sergio Aguero it is therefore handy to hit the ball in the empty net.
It is the fifteenth time in his career that the Argentine international has scored against Newcastle.
NEWCASTLE 0-1 MAN CITY (AGUERO 1)
Interestingly, James McCarthy is on the bench for Everton tonight.
The Irish national has not played for the first team since he broke his leg against West Brom almost a year ago.
Two goals to report already.
Richarlison gave Everton the lead in Huddersfield, while Brighton is ahead of Fulham thanks to Glenn Murray.
We started in all the set-pieces of 19.45, so the four games did not involve even the Manchester club.
A couple of teams for tonight …
– Manchester United (@ManUtd) January 29, 2019
– Burnley FC (@BurnleyOfficial) January 29, 2019
– Newcastle United FC (@NUFC) January 29, 2019
Your city lined up for tonight! 🙌
CITY XI | Ederson, Walker, Danilo, Stones, Laporte, Fernandinho, Silva (C), De Bruyne, Sterling, Sane, Aguero
– Manchester City (@ManCity) January 29, 2019
Burnley manager Sean Dyche interacts with a fan during the Premier League match at Old Trafford.
Source: Martin Rickett
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