Bernardo Silva eyes Manchester City history ahead of Brighton clash

Bernardo Silva eyes Manchester City history ahead of Brighton clash

Bernardo Silva eyes Manchester City history ahead of Brighton clash

Kompany ensured City remain on course to retain the Premier League title - win at Brighton next Sunday and it is theirs - with a brilliant 30-yard strike to see off the Foxes 1-0.

Manchester City returned to the top of the English Premier League with one round left after captain Vincent Kompany hit a sensational goal to beat Leicester 1-0 in a dramatic and tense match on Monday.

Brendan Rodgers' side started the game well and looked threatening in attack, whilst Man City's attack looked subdued in the early exchanges. We help you discover publicly available material and act as a search engine. As for Liverpool, their squad is riddled with players who have tasted no such success in the past, making their sprint to the finish line all the more impressive.

Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy has been named the Premier League Player of the Month after scoring five times in four games.

Spurs, who host Everton on the final day of the season, have a three-point cushion from their north London rivals, as well as an eight-goal advantage on goal difference.

It promises to be an exciting finale to what has been an enthralling season, but at least the Premier League won't have to worry about transporting the trophy by helicopter between Liverpool and Brighton.

However, the remarkable footage aside, it also shows what we can only assume to be a City fan leaving the stand at literally the worst moment imaginable.

Usually, the Premier League trophy is always kept inside the stadium where the team which is most likely to win the title is playing.

The Champions League parade would take place when Liverpool is already staging two major events - River Festival Liverpool and the Bordeaux Wine Festival - which are expected to attract tens of thousands of people to the waterfront. Let's hope for a closer final day this time around.

Man City have only ever reached the semi finals once and have never reached the final in the European Cup or the Champions League but are desperate for a maiden success. "We've competed right to the very end", Henderson said. And since both contenders have been neck-and-neck throughout much of the season and enjoy just one point of separation entering the final day of action, the Premier League apparently has no choice but to proceed with a trophy insurance plan.

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