Leeds United beat Man City at the Etihad 2-1 despite going down one man in the first half as Stuart Dallas late goal secured victory for Bielsa’s side, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
The first half of the encounter was evenly matched with the away side giving everything they have and managed to score one goal.
Man City dominated proceedings against their opponent as they were able to create more opportunities but their finishing wasn’t good enough to score.
Leeds United broke the deadlock in the 42nd minute after they managed to find a breakthrough which Stuart Dallas converted to make it 1-0 with an assist from Bamford.
Liam Cooper was sent off for the away side in the 45+ minutes after a rash tackle and he was shown a straight red card.
The game progressed without a goal coming from the home side as it ended in the first half with Man City 0-1 Leeds United as they both headed for the break with over advantage to the away team.
Second Half Report
The second half the started with the same pace as the first 45 minutes which the home side kept on doing all they can to come back in the game.
Leeds United continued to hold their ground making sure they keep their lead as the game progressed with them soaking so much pressure from the home team.
Man City pressed all through until they were able to make things 1-1 in the 76th minute thanks to Ferran Torres who teamed up with Bernardo Silva to get the much needed equalizer.
Stuart Dallas scored a shocking late goal despite his side playing with 10 man on the pitch which came in the 90+ minutes which made it 2-1.
The match finally came to an end with Man City 1-2 Leeds United as Pep Guardiola’s side suffered a shocking defeat at home against 10 man team.
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