Man. City V West Ham - As it happened.

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Man. City V West Ham - As it happened.

Patrick Power by Patrick Power @rfutbol - 0 8,359

Join us for live updates of the Premier League clash between Manchester City and West Ham at the Etihad Stadium.

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It's all over. City turned it around in the second half thanks to goals from Otamendi and Silva, after West Ham took the lead in the first half through Ogbonna.
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Adrian is booked as he races off his line to tackle Gabriel Jesus.
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Sane is replaced by Bernardo Silva.
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4 added minutes.
89'
What a chance for West Ham to equalise! Arnautovic is released down the right and squares for Sakho who can only fire wide of the post.
87'
Ayew on for Antonio.
84'
Fernandinho replaces Aguero.
82'
Goal! De Bruyne pings a decent cross into the back post for Silva to volley past Adrian. City deservedly in front having turned it around after the break.
81'
Antonio is released on the break and he cuts inside from the left. His shot is pushed away well by Ederson.
80'
City piling pressure on the Hammers, who are struggling to break forward.
75'
West Ham are camped inside their own 18-yard-box. If City can't win this Guardiola will be disappointed...
70'
Adrian starting to shine now. The Spanish keeper sticks out a crucial hand to deny Jesus and Sterling completely missed the rebound with the goal gaping.
69'
De Bruyne's long-range effort takes a deflection but Adrian gets behind it.
68'
Lanzini is replaced by Arnautovic.
67'
Sane breaks into the box and forces another decent stop from Adrian. The German building ominously down the left.
65'
Silva has a go from outside the area but his strike flies into the stands.
64'
City have stepped it up in the second half and West Ham are struggling to keep them at bay now. Will we see a winner here?
60'
Another great save from Adrian to deny Sane's fizzing drive from the left channel.
59'
De Bruyne is booked for a late tackle on Masuaku.
56'
It had been coming with West Ham looking increasingly leggy. Gabriel Jesus with the low cross for Otamendi to finish past Adrian.
56'
De Bruyne goes for goal but Adrian with a good save to push it away.
55'
Quick feet from Delph and he wins a free-kick right at the edge of the box.
52'
City in search of an equaliser. Sane squared the ball for Sterling but his low shot came of Jesus.
45'
We're back underway! Will we see a turnaround?
45'
Both sets of players are back out and Gabriel Jesus is coming on for City. He replaces Danilo.
45'
The first half comes to an end and given the balance of play West Ham are deservedly in front. City have looked lethargic and will need something special to come back from Ogbonna's opener.
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City pressing late on. Aguero is played through but the flag is raised. Adrian had saved his effort.
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4 added minutes.
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Goal! West Ham take the lead! The cross comes in from the right and Ogbonna powers a header into the bottom corner. Ederson gets a touch but it's not enough to keep it out.
43'
There comes the change. Sakho on for Kouyate, who has tweaked his hamstring.
38'
West Ham's medical staff are on the pitch as Kouyate needs to receive treatment. He looks fine to continue for now.
35'
What a chance Lanzini! The Hammers have taken a step forward and the ball falls for the Argentine in the box but his strike is pushed away by Ederson.
29'
West Ham's game plan has worked so far with almost a third of the fixture gone. If City step it up you get the feeling the Hammers' back line will finally be breached.
25'
Silva forces a great save from Adrian, with the midfielder's strike taking a wicked deflection before the keeper tips over the bar.
24'
Frustrations growing inside the stadium with the crowd getting a little restless.
22'
The away side have so far withstood the onslaught and the league leaders have not had a clear chance on goal yet. They are lacking the trademark intensity in their passing to wear down the Hammers.
18'
Antonio is making a nuisance of himself every time West Ham go forward. Ederson shows ice-cold composure to rush off his line and dribble the striker.
16'
Rice goes in the book for bringing down Sane as he attempted to break.
13'
West Ham are defending very deep and City are struggling to get in behind them. Can the Hammers keep it up for 90 minutes?
10'
The Hammers have enjoyed the first big chance of the game and are back camped inside their own half with City seeing all of the ball.
7'
A rare chance for the visitors as Cresswell's cross is headed on to the back post and Antonio stretches at the back post but can only sky his effort. Golden chance!
5'
The Hammers have looked timid in the opening stages. It could be a long afternoon for them.
3'
The hosts haven't let go of the ball yet. West Ham pinned inside their own half.
1'
City on the front foot from the off. Appeals for penalty as Sterling gets into the box and appears to be clipped from behind. The ref waves play on.
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We're underway at the Etihad! The hosts get the ball rolling.
Prev.
Man City want to maintain their eight-point gap at the top of the PL table ahead of next week's Manchester derby.
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Both teams emerge from the tunnel for this Super Sunday clash at the Etihad. Kick-off just moments away.
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Guardiola enjoys facing the Hammers...
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Joe Hart is inelegible to face his parent club due to a clause in his loan agreement. Pablo Zabaleta captains the Hammers against his former side and the Argentine said the players must take responsibility for the team's poor form: "As players we must take some responsibility. New manager, but the same mistakes that we've been doing for the whole season. It's about confidence, winning one or maybe two games in a row and getting everything on track again."
Prev.
West Ham: Adrian, Cresswell, Zabaleta, Obiang, Ogbonna, Kouyate, Rice, Antonio, Fernandes, Masuaku, Lanzini. Subs: Trott, Arnautovic, Sakho, Ayew, Martinez, Quina, Johnson.
Prev.
Man City: Ederson, Walker, Mangala, Danilo, Otamendi, Delph, De Bruyne, Silva, Sterling, Aguero, Sane. Subs: Bravo, Kompany, Gundogan, Silva, Fernandinho, Jesus, Toure.
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