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  • Manchester City 4-0 Swansea: Aguero great-double, Dzeko, Silva scored

    Sergio "Kun" Aguero debut immediately catapulted Manchester City. The action makes the City of Manchester Stadium is often rumble. The player who bought from Atletico Madrid scored two goals and one assist to bring the 4-0 win over Swansea City in the Premier League inaugural match on Monday (8/15/2011).

    The victory was immediately put City in the first order of the standings, has a value and the same goal difference with Bolton Wanderers. City on goal difference over Manchester United in second place.

    At the beginning of the game, City manager Roberto Mancini, had made a surprise reserve striker Sergio Aguero. Mancini put Edin Dzeko as a lone striker supported by three attacking midfielders David Silva, Yaya Toure, and Adam Johnson.

    Although performed with the best squad, does not mean City easily tear apart defenses Swansea. In fact, on the contrary, game promotions team discipline is sometimes difficult for Vincent Kompany et al.

    City could only get his first chance in the 24th minute. Receiving a short pass from De Jong, Silva first control the ball before finally kicking the ball with his left foot from outside the penalty box. Silva was measured and kick very hard, but Swansea goalkeeper, Michel vorm, can still confront these opportunities.

    Silva again get a chance in the 29th minute. However, this time, his attempt was foiled crossbar.

    Five minutes before halftime, the City is getting some opportunities, but still failed to be scored, including the chance of Dzeko and Toure to the ball can still be captured well by vorm.

    In an additional minute, Gareth Barry almost makes City the lead. Again, luck not on their side. Barry hard kick from just outside the penalty area hit the crossbar.

    Swansea City goalkeeper could only threaten in the second half. Stephen Dobbie kick actually leads right toward the goal. However, the City goalkeeper Joe Hart was not able to dampen the ball into the goal.

    City eventually broke the deadlock in the 57th minute. Receiving feedback from Silva, Johnson pushed into the penalty box and fired the ball with his left foot. The ball was successfully countered by vorm but fell towards Dzeko free-standing in front of goal. Without difficulty, Dzeko Swansea goalkeeper.

    Not satisfied with one goal, Mancini then add the smashed front line by entering Sergio Aguero. City attacks were more passionate. Aguero almost make the City added advantage if only his hard shot was foiled by vorm.

    Aguero marked his debut with a goal in the 68th minute. Receiving a cross from the right side of Micah Richards, Aguero calmly struck the ball with his right foot, 2-0 to City.

    Aguero more perfect debut after creating assists to Silva. After passing vorm, Aguero cleverly releasing bait to Silva in a position not guarded in the middle of the penalty box. Without mercy, Silva scored with his left foot.

    At the last minute, Aguero re-create the stadium roared. From outside the penalty box, he fired a hard kick to the corner and found the net Swansea. City had won 4-0, and perfect debut for new comer.

    Team Line-up:

    Manchester City: Joe Hart, Joleon Lescott, Vincent Kompany, Gael Clichy, Micah Richards, Nigel De Jong (Sergio Aguero 60), Gareth Barry, Yaya Toure, David Silva, Edin Dzeko, Adam Johnson Stefan Savic 74)

    Swansea City: Michel Vorm, Ashley Williams, Steven Caulker, Alan Tate, Angel Rangel, Kemy Agustien, Leon Britton (Joe Allen 65), Stephen Dobbie (Wayne Routledge 65), Scott Sinclair, Nathan Dyer, Danny Graham


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