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Bournemouth see strong penalty appeal turned down at Manchester City

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City manager Pep Guardiola made five changes after his team's hard-fought midweek draw at Lyon in the Champions League and it showed in a lethargic display in a first half that ended with Bournemouth level at 1-1.

City were stunned in the 44th minute when Callum Wilson headed Bournemouth's equaliser from a Simon Francis cross.

There are times when even the best have to dig deep and that is what Manchester City did against Bournemouth.

Bournemouth had strong claims for a penalty turned down after Fernandinho appeared to push Tyrone Mings in the area, but Gundogan doubled City's lead in the 79th minute, coolly finishing from David Silva's low cross.

Crystal Palace beat Burnley 2-0 to end a run of eight matches without a win and there were victories for Leicester City, West Ham United and Brighton & Hove Albion.

The 23-year-old is surrounded by great players at the Etihad Stadium, but in a new interview admits there is another team out there he enjoys watching - French giants Paris Saint-Germain.

Andros Townsend's 77th minute curler ensured Palace would win for the first time since September and condemn third bottom Burnley to a seventh successive league game without a win.


Huddersfield Town looked set to continue their recent upturn in form by scoring after 58 seconds at home to Brighton, Mathias Jorgensen heading in the fastest goal of the Premier League season.

Steve Mounie was given his marching orders after 32 minutes and Shane Duffy levelled on the stroke of half-time before Florin Andone bagged the victor midway through the second half.

Claude Puel's side won an 12th minute penalty when Jamie Vardy was brought down by Watford goalkeeper Ben Foster and the England striker converted it himself for his fifth goal of the season.

"There's no way Luiz comes back here to the second team".

West Ham striker Javier Hernandez scored twice and Felipe Anderson grabbed another as the London side won 3-0 win at Newcastle United, halting the recent momentum of Rafa Benitez's side.

Watford were unable to threaten Leicester and their misery was compounded when Etienne Capoue was sent off in second half stoppage time.



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