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Jack Grealish scores first goal for Manchester City

Jack Grealish scored his first goal for Manchester City as the Premier League champions whipped Norwich 5-0, while title rivals Liverpool broadened their ideal beginning with a 2-0 triumph against Burnley on Saturday.

 

Grealish denoted his home introduction following his British record £100 million ($136 million) move from Aston Villa with a short proximity work to twofold City's lead in the main half.

 

Tim Krul's own objective had given City the lead at the Etihad Stadium.

 

Aymeric Laporte, Raheem Sterling and Riyad Mahrez got in the subsequent half to guarantee City ricocheted back from last end of the week's loss at Tottenham.

 

City had been beaten in both of Grealish's past appearances, losing the Community Shield against Leicester and afterward drooping in their Premier League opener.

 

However, Grealish's first objective since January helped show Pep Guardiola's side they can adapt without Harry Kane if their drawn out quest for the Tottenham striker closes in disappointment.

 

With the harmed Kevin De Bruyne missing for City, Gabriel Jesus, Bernardo Silva and Laporte all began in the midst of reports they are hoping to leave in the wake of becoming discontent with their diminished jobs last season.

 

Jesus took the risk to help Guardiola to remember his characteristics with a virtuoso presentation.

 

It was the Brazilian forward's volleyed cross in the seventh moment that brought City's opener.

 

Award Hanley endeavored to clear yet rather hit Norwich goalkeeper Krul as the ball circled into the net.

 

Grealish got off the imprint in somewhat serendipitous style in the 22nd moment.

 

Jesus' cross arrived at Grealish at the far post and bobbed in off the England midfielder.

 

Laporte scored in the 64th moment with a short proximity finish after Norwich neglected to clear a corner.

 

Jesus gave his third help of the evening as Sterling tapped in following 71 minutes before Mahrez got City's fifth with a basic completion in the 84th moment.

 

At Anfield, Liverpool procured a second progressive successes on account of objectives from Diogo Jota and Sadio Mane, however Reds supervisor Jurgen Klopp was furious with Burnley's forceful handling.

 

Jota scored Liverpool's first objective in the 3-0 success at Norwich last end of the week and the Portugal forward gave Klopp's men the lead again with an eighteenth moment header from Kostas Tsimikas' cross.

 

'Excessively perilous'

 

Senegal winger Mane opened his record for the season in the 69th moment.

 

Young midfielder Harvey Elliott, making his first Premier League start, chosen Trent Alexander-Arnold and the safeguard's deft pass to Mane was pummeled past Nick Pope from 12 yards.

 

Nonetheless, Klopp was baffled that Sean Dyche's side, prestigious for their actual methodology, had the option to pull off some deafening difficulties because of indulgent refereeing.

 

"You saw these difficulties of (Ashley) Barnes and (Chris) Wood on Virgil (Van Dijk) and Joel (Matip)," Klopp said.

 

"I'm not 100% sure in case we are heading the correct way with these choices, on the off chance that we go 10 years back.

 

"It is excessively perilous. It is simply hard. The principles are the means by which they are nevertheless you can't guard these circumstances."

 

Raphinha's rocket saved Leeds in their 2-2 draw against Everton at Elland Road.

 

Dominic Calvert-Lewin put Everton ahead in the 30th moment, changing over a punishment after Liam Cooper's test on the England striker.

 

Mateusz Klich pulled Leeds level four minutes before half-time with a formed completion from right inside the space.

 

Demarai Gray reestablished Everton's lead in the 50th moment as the winger bored home for his first objective since marking from Bayer Leverkusen in the nearby season.

 

In any case, Leeds balanced through a rankling strike from Brazilian winger Raphinha in the 72nd moment.

 

Danny Ings scored a dynamite bike kick as Aston Villa beat Newcastle 2-0 to guarantee their first success of the period.

 

Previous Southampton striker Ings' snapshot of wizardry came in first-half stoppage-time, making it two objectives in as numerous appearances for his new club.

 

Anwar El Ghazi got Villa's second from the punishment spot after Jamal Lascelles dealt with in the 62nd moment.

 

Patrick Vieira is as yet sitting tight for his first success as Crystal Palace supervisor after a 0-0 draw against Brentford in the principal meeting between the London clubs for a very long time.

 

Brighton have advanced Watford in Saturday's late game.


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