Leeds, which has been narrowed down to ten players, won at home in the rivalries.
A huge surprise in Manchester: City lost at home (1-2) to Leeds in the 31st round of the English Premier League. And thus Pep Guardiola’s team witnessed a winning streak of six consecutive matches from all competitions, which began after the defeat in the Manchester Derby, also at home.
Northern Ireland international, Stuart Dallas, was the impressive character in the game, scoring the two goals for Marcelo Bielsa’s team. The 29-year-old opened the scoring in the 42nd minute and scored 1-0 in the first half. Before the break, however, Leeds was reduced to ten after Cooper’s expulsion.
Manchester City managed to equalize in favor of Ferran Torres, in the 76th minute, with the help of Bernardo Silva, but the theatrical blow came with full cuts, when Dallas came back to score, at 90 ‘+ 1’.
The Citizens, who had Cancelo, plus Bernardo, in the starting line-up, and Robin Dias as an unused substitute, remained in the lead, with 74 points, 14 ahead of United, who have two fewer games. Leeds, which included Helder Costa, was ninth with 45 additions.
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