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FULL-TIME: Southampton 0-3 Manchester City

Manchester City are up to third in the Premier League, and they were well worth all three points at St Mary's. Vincent Kompany opened the scoring with his first league goal since August 2015 before Leroy Sane and Sergio Aguero finished Southampton off on the counterattack.

GOAL! Southampton 0-2 Manchester City (Sane)

Seconds after seeming under big pressure, Manchester City have put this game beyond Southampton with a brilliant counter-attack.

David Silva's pass releases Kevin de Bruyne and the Belgian races through before squaring the ball for Leroy Sane, who nervelessly slots the ball under Fraser Forster. That, surely, is that.

GOAL! Southampton 0-1 Manchester City (Kompany)

For all Manchester City's attacking talent it's a defender who breaks the deadlock for them at St Mary's. Vincent Kompany rises highest to meet David Silva's out-swinging corner and power a header beyond Fraser Forster before celebrating wildly with the travelling fans.

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HALF-TIME: Southampton 0-0 Manchester City

We're through 45 minutes at St Mary's and aside from two early chances for Sergio Aguero, Manchester City have struggled to create clear chances against a disciplined Southampton defence - though they should have been awarded a penalty when Fraser Forster brought down Leroy Sane.

The home side have actually created the best opening, but Dusan Tadic blazed over unmarked in the box and we're still waiting for a breakthrough.

Torino can't afford to sign Hart, admits Mihajlovic

Hart decided to join Torino on loan in August after losing his place at Manchester City. Credit: PA

Torino would like Joe Hart to remain with the Serie A club next season - but head coach Sinisa Mihajlovic admits the Italians cannot afford to sign the England goalkeeper permanently.

Hart, 29, is on loan with Torino from Manchester City after being replaced by Claudio Bravo at the Etihad Stadium last August.

He has enjoyed a largely decent season at the Stadio Olimpico yet Torino say they could not meet the £15 million valuation City would reportedly demand in the summer.

Hart wants to stay at Torino but we are all aware, both him and the club, that we can't buy him.

At the most we could take him on loan for another year but that depends on both Manchester City and him.

We will need to know if Hart is going to be here next year because if he's not then we'll need to change the way we play.

– Mihajlovic to Gazzetta dello Sport
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