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Manchester City’s winning streak ended – just 1-1 v Brighton & Hove Albion



Manchester City's winning streak ended - just 1-1 v Brighton & Hove Albion

The winning streak of old and new English champions Manchester City has surprisingly broken. After winning the last twelve league games in a row, the star ensemble of team manager Pep Guardiola did not get more than 1-1 (1-1) in the catch-up game at Brighton & Hove Albion.

Phil Foden (25th) initially put the Citizens in the lead, Julio Enciso (38th) scored a dream goal from a distance for the deserved equalizer – and thus also for the Seagulls’ entry into the Europa League.

Overall, Manchester was very difficult. An alleged goal by Erling Haaland was withdrawn after video evidence (79th).

City have been crowned Premier League champions again since last Saturday and are now eight points clear of second-placed Arsenal with one game to play.

The “sky blue” can still crown their season with the triple. In the final of the FA Cup, Guardiola and Co. meet arch-rivals Manchester United on June 3rd, a week later they play Inter Milan in Istanbul for the triumph in the Champions League.