Friday, February 17, 2017

Huddersfield Vs Manchester City


Just like Monaco on Friday, Manchester City failed to win in its pre-C1 game. Guardiola's men were held in check by Cupid by Huddersfield.
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Huddersfield Town-Manchester City: 0-0

AS Monaco missed out on Friday in the match against Manchester City in the Champions League, but his future opponent did not do better. In the FA Cup Round of 32 season, Pep Guardiola's men were unable to score a goal. Yet, it is not the opportunities that they lacked.

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Despite the absence of their fit man, in this case Gabriel Jesus, the Citizens were very active offensively. But the clumsiness combined with a lack of success prevented them from realizing their technical superiority. Sergio Aguero was the main symbol of this inefficiency. Holder for the first time in a month, the Argentine lost its sensations, missing the three main attempts of its formation (24th, 41st and 46th).

Huddersfield flirted with the feat
Aguero was not the only one to miss the boat. At the start of the game, David Silva and Nolito (10th) also stopped successively against Joel Coleman, the young guardian of the Terriers. The former striker of Celta Vigo was also frustrated in the 33rd minute when seeing his beautiful midfield shot passing right next to the frame.

Huddersfield therefore held, but he did not do that. David Wagner's team could have created a bigger feeling. In the 20th minute, a penalty could have been whistled in favor of the premises following an intervention at the limit of the regular of Nicolas Otamendi in the surface. Then, in the 27th minute, the leather visited the nets of Claudio Bravo but the realization was refused because of offside. If he took the trouble to stand in front of his television, Leonardo Jardim certainly learned much from this meeting.