Man City beat Nottingham Forest 2-0 despite Rodri red card

Man City beat Nottingham Forest 2-0 despite Rodri red card

Manchester City extended their winning streak in the Premier League with a 2-0 victory over Nottingham Forest, despite being reduced to 10 men after Rodri’s red card. The match was marred by a total of 11 yellow cards, with Forest unable to capitalize on their numerical advantage.

City took control of the game early on, with Phil Foden scoring the opening goal in the seventh minute. Erling Haaland then doubled their lead with a header from a Matheus Nunes cross. The first half was dominated by City, leaving Forest with memories of their previous 6-0 defeat.

However, the tables turned in the second half when Rodri was shown a straight red card for an altercation with Morgan Gibbs-White. This prompted a series of substitutions from both teams, as they sought to adapt to the new circumstances.

Forest had a few chances to score, with Nicolas Dominguez and Anthony Elanga attempting shots on goal. However, they struggled to create clear-cut opportunities. Haaland also missed a chance to score his second goal.

Despite the challenges they faced, City managed to hold on to their lead and secure the win. The victory maintains their perfect record in the league, with 18 points from six games.

After the match, Foden expressed his satisfaction with the team’s performance, particularly their ability to dig in and adapt after going down to 10 men.

In conclusion, Manchester City’s win over Nottingham Forest showcased their resilience and ability to overcome adversity. The team’s strong start to the season continues, positioning them at the top of the league standings.

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