Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has confirmed Vincent Kompany is suffering from knee ligament damage.Read the full story ›
Pep Guardiola praised the "very special" Yaya Toure after the midfielder returned from his Manchester City exile to inspire their 2-1 win.Read the full story ›
Yaya Toure returned from his Manchester City exile to inspire a 2-1 victory at Crystal Palace that maintains their pursuit of the title.Read the full story ›
A minute's silence has been held in memory of the Croydon tram crash victims ahead of the match between Crystal Palace and Manchester City.
The crowd at Selhurst Park fell silent to honour the seven people killed when the tram left the rails and overturned as it approached Sandilands Junction, south London, last Wednesday.
An investigation found the tram was travelling at more than three times the permitted speed when it crashed.
Manchester City-bound forward Gabriel Jesus scored one and set up another as Brazil made it six wins in a row with a 2-0 victory over Peru.
Not since qualifying for the 1970 World Cup have Brazil won six South American qualifiers in a row, but Ttie's side put in another impressive display in Lima to keep a fourth clean sheet in as many games.
Having thrashed rivals Argentina 3-0 last week the Samba Boys might have expected to make light work of Peru but they were frustrated for the opening 45 minutes.
Jesus - who has agreed a move to the Etihad Stadium in January - finally broke the deadlock in the second half and then set up Renato Augusto late on.
The five-time World Cup winners are now four points clear in the South American group, while defeat leaves Peru eighth and unlikely to reach Russia 2018.
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Sergio Aguero has reaffirmed his happiness at Manchester City, despite spending time on the bench recently.Read the full story ›
Manchester City centre-back Vincent Kompany did not suffer a further injury on international duty, Belgium boss Roberto Martinez claimed.Read the full story ›
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