Aston Villa have held Manchester City to a 1-1 draw in their Matchday Six Premier League fixture, MySportDab reports
The first half began wine Manchester City dominating their host as they took the game to them by force.
Stephen Gerrard gave the team instructions as they fell back into their defense to contain Manchester City.
It was a pulsating encounter as Aston Villa pulled good defensive plays to deny the Guardiola-led team a goal in the early minutes of the first half.
As Manchester City pressed for a goal with their two wingbacks upfront, they proved vulnerable to counterattacks by the Gerrard-led team.
But it was still filled at 30 minutes with City in charge of the game, dominating possession and mounting intense pressure for a goal.
The host remained stubborn; they defended well to put off their aggressive visitors, who were wasteful with some chances.
It was an incredible first-half encounter as Aston Villa we’re able to successor drag the game to a goalless draw at the end of the first half.
The second began with similar tactics and play; the Citizens dominated, but Aston Villa improved a bit on counters and threatened their opponents each time they charged forward.
Erling Haaland broke the goal deadlock in the 54th minute to give the Citizens a well-deserved lead.
Aston Villa responded with a surprise equalizer in the 74rh minute to rescue a point for Aston Villa.
Gerrard was able to find the tie to thet 1-1 despite frantic attempts by Manchester City to find a late winner.
The match finally ended with Manchester City being held by a stubborn and hard-fighting Aston Villa