A hat trick from Ferran Torres saw Man City beat Newcastle United 3-4 in a seven goal thriller, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
It was an evenly balanced first half encounter which four goals were scored with the two clubs making it count during the 45 minutes.
Newcastle United opened the goal scoring in the 25th minute of the game through a lovely finish from Emil Krafth with assist from Jonjo Shelvey to make it 1-0.
Joao Cancelo leveled things 1-1 for Man City in the 39th minute after an amazing teamwork effort saw Rodri providing the assistance for the leveler.
The visitors made it 1-2 in the 42nd minute thanks to a beautiful finish from Ferran Torres who gave his side the advantage with the second goal.
The home team was awarded a late penalty by VAR which Joelinton stepped up and made it count with an outstanding finish to make things 2-2.
The first half of the encounter ended with Newcastle United 2-2 Man City as they both headed for the break with a draw scoreline.
Second Half Report
It was more coming from the visitors as the second half of the encounter kicked off with so much pace.
Man City continued to press forward but an error saw them concede a penalty which Joseph Willock stepped up but miss before his follow-up made it 3-2 in the 62nd minute.
Ferran Torres responded immediately in the 63rd minute with a brace which made it 3-3 before going on to get his hat trick in the 67th to make it 3-4 for his side against Newcastle United.
The game ended with Newcastle United 3-4 Man City as the visitors claimed three points in a seven-goal thriller encounter.
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