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John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Man City the less error-prone in calamitous affair with Villa

Substitute Fernandinho struck a late winner as Manchester City killed off an Aston Villa comeback to claim a frantic 3-2 victory at the Etihad Stadium.
Fernandinho bags the late winner as Manchester City move up to second ahead of Sunday's results.
Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini reacted to his side's last minute 3-2 win over Aston Villa, where he felt his side were far more dominant.
Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood explains his side had real belief to secure maximum points from Manchester City, but indicates Villa gifted Manuel Pellegrini's side a few goals.

MANCHESTER, England -- Three observations from the Etihad where Manchester City emerged victorious 3-2 over Aston Villa in an error-prone affair.

1. City win calamitous game

Four goalkeeping errors, and the winner scored after abject failure to clear a corner. This was no game for defensive purists. Jose Mourinho should scoff at the organisational chaos on show.

Fernandinho's acrobatic winner put Manchester City within two wins of reaching next season's Champions League, while Aston Villa...

City not as good as Barca; 'Impossible' to win trophy every year - Pellegrini

Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini reacted to his side's last minute 3-2 win over Aston Villa, where he felt his side were far more dominant.
Manuel Pellegrini's men, strangled by FFP and challenged by other Prem heavyweights, have struggled to keep up this season.

Manchester City have gone out of the Champions League to Barcelona in successive seasons, but Manuel Pellegrini argued that they do not have as good a squad as the La Liga leaders.

"I don't think that we are better than Barcelona," he said. "You think we must be frustrated because we are eliminated by Messi, Neymar, [Luis] Suarez, [Andres] Iniesta, [Sergio] Busquets."

Pellegrini has also insisted it is "impossible" for Manchester City to win silverware every season -- especially this yea, partly...

Man City star Yaya Toure to undergo scan on hamstring injury

Substitute Fernandinho struck a late winner as Manchester City killed off an Aston Villa comeback to claim a frantic 3-2 victory at the Etihad Stadium.
Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini reacted to his side's last minute 3-2 win over Aston Villa, where he felt his side were far more dominant.
Fernandinho bags the late winner as Manchester City move up to second ahead of Sunday's results.

Yaya Toure is expected to undergo a scan on his hamstring injury after he had to come off in Manchester City's 3-2 victory over Aston Villa.

Toure was replaced at half-time by Fernandinho, who went on to score City's 89th-minute winner against the FA Cup finalists at the Etihad Stadium.

Manager Manuel Pellegrini confirmed his vice-captain's departure was not precautionary and said the club's medical department will assess the 31-year-old to see the extent of the damage.

"Toure had a hamstring problem...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Premier League's best court Gareth Bale, more on Memphis Depay's future

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti delves deeper into reported Manchester United targets Memphis Depay and Ilkay Gundogan.

The rumours are gaining steam and, in many instances, credibility. It's the sweet spot for Transfer Talk, where anything is possible as the summer window nears.

Bale, Reus and Hummels in the balance?

Louis van Gaal's noncommittal response to questions regarding Memphis Depay could, of course, be because he has his eyes on a bigger prize: Gareth Bale. United, Manchester City and Chelsea are all lining up £75 million bids for the Real Madrid star, according to the Mail. The paper reports...