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Chelsea sunk by Kevin De Bruyne winner for Manchester City - The Guardian

Perhaps the most alarming thought for the other teams with aspirations of winning the Premier League is that Manchester City could produce this show of strength, passing the ball so elegantly and comprehensively outplaying the reigning champions ...and more »

Manchester City, without their top scorer Aguero visit Chelsea - Economic Times

Champions Chelsea have not enjoyed the best of starts at home this season and face their biggest test yet on Saturday with the visit of free-scoring leaders Manchester City. Antonio Conte's side suffered a shock defeat by Burnley on the opening day of ...and more »

Chelsea vs Man City: Cesar Azpilicueta is the only Blues player who could stroll into Pep Guardiola's side - The Sun

CHELSEA have had the footballer of the year in their ranks twice in the past three seasons. N'Golo Kante and Eden Hazard underlining that at Stamford Bridge there is a squad of supreme ability which belongs alongside the best in Europe. Eden Hazard ...and more »

Chelsea v City: Extended highlights - Manchester City

Chelsea 0 Man City 1. Kevin De Bruyne scored the winner, firing a brilliant left-footed strike past Thibaut Courtois with just over 20 minutes remaining, and City have now gone 15 Premier League matches unbeaten. Chelsea had the first real chance of ...and more »

Andreas Christensen held up by Antonio Conte as a shining example to Chelsea's numerous youngsters - The Independent

Andreas Christensen will make his fifth start of the season for Chelsea on Saturday against Manchester City, and it feels like a vindication for the patience of both player and club over his long development. The Danish centre-back has been in the ...and more »

Chelsea vs Manchester City is the first serious battle in the war for this season's Premier League title - The Independent

If the feeling around the Premier League now is that Manchester City are in better form than Chelsea and thereby possibly a better team, Pep Guardiola himself knows better than to read too much into such early-season results. That is for reasons far ...and more »

Ederson proves just how important a quality goalkeeper is to Pep Guardiola's grand plan at Manchester City - The Independent

What a difference it makes for Manchester City to go into these games with a top-level goalkeeper. Both times last season they played well against Chelsea but were let down by their man in goal. Claudio Bravo was too easily beaten at the Etihad, as ...and more »

Guardiola admits he wants to manage Spain - RTE.ie

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has aspirations of coaching Spain in the future. The 46-year-old, a former Spain international, enjoyed trophy-laden spells in charge of Barcelona and Bayern Munich before arriving in England. And Guardiola has ...and more »

Shinji Kagawa sets scoring mark in victory - The Japan Times

BERLIN – Shinji Kagawa became the all-time leading Japanese scorer in Bundesliga history on Saturday after hitting the winner for league-leading Dortmund in a 2-1 victory away to Augsburg. Kagawa scored with a glorious chip to register his 38th goal in ...and more »

SPORT - BBC Sport

Manchester City returned to the Premier League summit with an outstanding win at reigning champions Chelsea that was far more convincing than the scoreline suggested. Kevin de Bruyne's spectacular 67th-minute winner against his former club, a rising ...and more »