Sterling scores and red as Man City beat Cherries

Pablo Maffeo, Douglas Luiz Marlos Moreno and Larry Kayode are also on loan there

Pablo Maffeo, Douglas Luiz Marlos Moreno and Larry Kayode are also on loan there

Gabriel Jesus finally got off the mark after a neat assist from David Silva eight minutes later, and Raheem Sterling would ultimately stun the crowd with a 97th minute goal - mind you, in a match in which five minutes of stoppage time had been granted.

After recovering from a poor opening 13 minutes City dominated possession, although Bournemouth were always a threat with Jermain Defoe, making his first start since joining, and Josh King both lively up front.

In between them, and after an uncomfortable opening 20 minutes, Otamendi eventually settled alongside Kompany.

City remained well on top and almost got another just before the break, but Begovic managed to deny Silva from close range after good play by Jesus.

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has refused to deny his interest in signing Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez.

Bournemouth had taken a 13th-minute lead through a stupendous Charlie Daniels shot, which cannoned into the net off the crossbar from wide on the left.

"We are going to try to find the chance to be confident".

Divers find remains in hull of damaged Navy destroyer
Photo released by Royal Malaysian Navy, purportedly showing the damage to American guided-missile destroyer USS John S. Aircraft from the amphibious assault ship the USS America, which was in port at Changi Naval Base, joined the search.

The English official wisely waved "play on" even after five minutes had elapsed and City took advantage with Sterling scoring A 97th-minute victor before jumping into the away end to spark chaotic scenes.

Eddie Howe was gutted by Bournemouth's last-gasp defeat to Manchester City but saw plenty of positives from his side.

Sterling celebrates scoring his team's second goal against AFC Bournemouth with Fernandinho.

Deezer Presents: Defending in Numbers - check out the latest Deezer Originals podcast, covering all of the major talking points from the the Premier League and beyond. The Brazilian has five assists in his 11 starts; Aguero has the same number in 32 starts in the Premier League and Champions League since the start of last season.

Kyle Walker, Benjamin Mendy, Bernardo Silva, Ederson and Danilo arived for a combined figure thought to be about £204 million and, with the England right-back the oldest at 27, 26-year-old De Bruyne now sees himself as one of the elder statesmen.

Sterling is the first Premier League player to be sent off for excessive celebration since Frederic Piquionne for West Ham against Everton in January 2011. But Guardiola will have been disappointed with the match, not least because of Walker's dubious red card.

Recommended News

We are pleased to provide this opportunity to share information, experiences and observations about what's in the news.
Some of the comments may be reprinted elsewhere in the site or in the newspaper.
Thank you for taking the time to offer your thoughts.