BRIGHTON HOVE&ALBION 3-2 MANCHESTER UNITED – Two goals in two minutes from Glenn Murray and Shane Duffy put Brighton Hove&Albion in front in the first half, before Romelu Lukaku reduced the gap for Manchester United with a header from a close-range. Then Pascal Groß converted a penalty to put the Seagulls in control at halftime.
A stoppage-time penalty scored by Paul Pogba was not enough for a late comeback and Josè Mourinho’s men suffer their second defeat in a row at the Amex Stadium (following the 1-0 defeat in the 2017/18 season).
MANCHESTER CITY 6-1 HUDDERSFIELD TOWN – Three goals from Sergio Aguero led the Citizens to their second consecutive Premier League win after beating Huddersfield Town in style last night. The Argentinian star was clinical as he exploited properly an assist from goalkeeper Ederson in the 25th minute, when Pep Guardiola’s men took the lead at the Etihad Stadium. El Kun and Gabriel Jesus made it easier for Man City, who ended the first half with a 3-1 score.
David Silva canceled out Stankovic’s late-goal in the first half after curling a wonderful free-kick past Hamer in the 47th minute. Then Aguero’s third goal and an unfortunate own-goal from Kongolo secured a 6-1 win at home.