- West Ham took lead through Italian Angelo Ogbonna
- Man City equalised through Argentine Nicolas Otamendi
- David Silva found winner in 83rd minute to give side 13th consecutive win
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Man City had to come from behind again this afternoon, as David Silva’s 83rd minute strike meant Pep Guardiola’s side equalled a Premier League record.
West Ham took the lead through defender Angelo Ogbonna in the 44th minute, after a cross from Aaron Cresswell lead to the former Juventus ace heading home.
The home side then equaliser through Otamendi in the 57th minute, as Brazilian Gabriel Jesus squared the ball to the defender who tapped home.
Silva then bagged the winner seven minutes from time from Kevin De Bruyne cross as Guardiola’s side kept up their impressive run of form.
The win now means that Man City have equalled the Premier League record of 13 consecutive wins, with Man United standing in the way of them beating the record.
Player of the Match
Spaniard Silva stole the show today, with the player’s goal wrapping up what was a solid performance from the midfielder.
Silva’s intricate passing and precise dribbling was on full show today, as the 31-year-old put in a performance any player would be proud of.
This tweet sums up just how a player the little Spaniard truly is
David Silva is class…he is the most rated "underrated" player in the world.
— Finn (@Finn_Shillitto) December 3, 2017
Flop of the Match
French international Mangala didn’t have the best of games today, with the former Porto ace constantly being caught by the West Ham attack as the Hammers search for a goal.
The defender was clearly out of the loop and looked very uncomfortable on the ball at the back for Man City.
This tweet sums up Mangala’s performance this afternoon.
These are the guys who supported Bony. Mangala got nothing, he's being awful in game reading and holding the ball. He's never meant to be with us. Worst buy from Pellegrini.
— Sharukh Kalam (@sharukh_kalam) December 3, 2017
Stat of the Match
This from Opta shows just how good Man City have been so far this season
13 – Manchester City have equalled the record for longest winning run in a single top-flight season, level with Sunderland, Preston (both 1891-92), Arsenal (2001-02) and Chelsea (2016-17). Rampage. pic.twitter.com/v921TYijYI
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) December 3, 2017
Man City: Ederson 6, Danilo 5, Otamendi 8, Mangala 6, Walker 7, D Silva 9, De Bruyne 7, Delph 7, Sane 7, Aguero 6, Sterling 7 / Subs: B Silva 6, Jesus 7, Fernandinho 6
West Ham: Adrian 8, Rice 6, Ogbonna 7, Cresswell 7, Zabaleta 6, Kouyate 6, Fernandes 6, Obiang 6, Masuaku 7, Lanzini 6, Antonio 6 / Subs: Sakho 6, Arnautovic 6, Ayew
Man City star Benjamin Mendy is all about his side’s current run
We keep eating ??? @ManCity
— Benjamin Mendy (@benmendy23) December 3, 2017
While this shows just how unstoppable Pep Guardiola’s side are at the moment
— BT Sport Score (@btsportscore) December 3, 2017
Gary Lineker was all praise for both De Bruyne and Silva this evening
What a ball from De Bruyne….again. Terrific execution too by Silva. @ManCity just wear you down with their brilliance.
— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) December 3, 2017
Whereas this fan was a bit salty following Silva’s last minute winner!
Man City ain't playing well but are still winning, sign of champions
Only took them over £300m + Pep to do what Chelsea do..
— . (@OfficialCheIs) December 3, 2017