Erling Haaland scored as Manchester City came from behind to draw Newcastle United 3-3, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
It was all about Newcastle United doing the most in scoring goals against the Champions of the Premier League.
The game started well with both teams doing so much going forward as Ilkay Gundogan scored in the 5th minutes to make the scoreline 0-1 for Manchester City.
It wasn’t too long before the home side pulled back level with a goal coming from Miguel Almiron in the 28th minute of the match making it 1-1.
So much happened within the short period which saw the away side doing a lot to make sure they restored their advantage but it didn’t come to reality.
Callum Wilson scored in the 39th minute of the match which was from another wonderful teamwork effort which saw the home side taking the lead against all odds 2-1.
That goal was the last action as the first half ended with Newcastle United 2-1 Manchester City which they both headed inside after 45 minutes of football between them.
Second Half Report
It was a different show down in the second half which almost saw the Champions of Premier League losing the game after 90 minutes.
Newcastle United increased their advantage in the 54th minute through a Kieran Trippier freekick which hit the back of the net resulting to a 3-1 scoreline.
Manchester City were already looking totally out of the match until Erling Haaland finished off in the 60th minute with assist from Rodri making it 3-2.
Another one followed up from Bernardo Silva in the 64th minute with assist from Kevin De Bruyne made the scoreline level 3-3 as things carried on between them.
The game came to an end with Newcastle United and Manchester City settling for a 3-3 draw after 90 minutes of action at the Saint James Stadium.
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