The Video Assistant Referee's decision not to cancel Brighton Albion's penalty despite seeing a clear offside in the penalty build up have been heavily criticised by fans and pundits.
Another outstanding performance from Manchester City in the week 9 English premier league after defeating Brighton Albion by 4-1.
Pep Guardiola's team have been impressive in this season English premier league with Impressive performance in their last 8 games in the league. Gundogan scored the first goal of the match for Manchester City in the 13 minutes of the game. It was a brilliant finish from the German international who just came back from Injury.
Another brilliant strike from Foden in the 28th minutes of the game after converting a brilliant assist from Jack Grealish. The talented star scored his second goal of the match in the 31st minutes of the match.
Manchester City were all over Brighton Albion in the first half of the game with a convincing 3-0 victory. City dominated the second half of the game but failed to convert their clear cut chances in the first 20 minutes of the second half.
The Video Assistant Referee's decision not to cancel Brighton Albion's penalty in the 81 minutes of the game is one of the worst decision the system will make this season. Brighton Albion's player was clearly offside before the penalty incident happened and that is a enough reason for the VAR to cancel the penalty.
It was a well taken penalty from Allister who gave his team a consolation goal through the spot. Manchester City highly rated star Ryan Mahrez scored the last goal for Manchester City in the 90+5 minutes of the game to give Pep Guardiola a convincing victory.
City moved to the second position on the league table after a brilliant performance in the week 9 of the EPL.
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