Well they say money buys you everything. Ask Manchester City if it actually does. They have done numerous changes over the last few years. Literally flooded huge amount of money into their team, invested a lot and yet they still find themselves drawing a match against West Ham who don’t even have half the resources Manchester city have.
Hammers couldn’t have asked for a better start as Ecuadorian Enner Valencia scored in the very first minute. Kouyate skipping past Yaya in order to supply a ground ball that was well converted by Valencia.
Carl Jenkinson was the guilty party over the other end as he gave a penalty away after a careless challenge on Sergio Aguero who converted from the spot in the calmest manner sending the keeper the wrong way.
Some horrendous defending from City resulted in Valencia scoring another goal as Michail Antonio took advantage of sleeping City players and threw a direct throw in to Valencia who scored on the first touch.
Aguero once again had to score and rescue City as he has done on numerous occasions. The match ended 2-2 as City lose two valuable points. However because of Chelsea’s shock win at Arsenal City now sit second on the table with 44 points.