Erling Haaland marked his return from injury with an appearance as a second-half substitute as Manchester City secured a 3-1 victory over Burnley. The win helped City maintain the pressure on Premier League leaders Liverpool. Haaland’s return, coupled with Kevin De Bruyne’s comeback into the starting lineup, was a significant positive for the team.

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City’s goal came from Julian Alvarez, who scored two goals within six first-half minutes. Alvarez’s second goal came from a clever free-kick from De Bruyne that Everton defenders failed to defend. After a goalless first half, Rodri extended City’s lead by scoring 24 seconds into the second half. Despite Haaland’s return, he failed to make a mark and missed a couple of chances to score. Burnley managed a late consolation goal through Ameen Al-Dakhil.

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Pep Guardiola was satisfied with the team’s performance, as City moved up to second place in the Premier League with a game in hand over leaders Liverpool. The win was especially significant as former City captain Vincent Kompany’s Burnley side was defeated on his return to the Etihad.

Guardiola mentioned that Haaland appeared sharp in his comeback and expressed his satisfaction at the player’s return to the team. He also praised Julian Alvarez’s exceptional performance throughout the game.

Julian Alvarez’s impact was evident in his two goals that put City in control of the game, making him an influential player in the Premier League. Despite his low-touch but high-efficiency style, Alvarez has become integral to City’s gameplay. Guardiola’s ability to find space for him in the team indicates how important he is to the side.

City’s next game will be against Brentford on Monday Night Football, while Burnley will take on Fulham in their upcoming match.

News Highlight :

– Erling Haaland made his first appearance in two months for Manchester City
– Haaland and Kevin de Bruyne played well in their first games back following injury
– Julian Alvarez scored two goals in six minutes, which ultimately set City up for a 3-1 victory over Burnley
– The win places Manchester City in second place in the Premier League
– Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola believes the title race involves more than just three teams
– Guardiola praised Alvarez for his performance and is pleased to have Haaland back
– Burnley manager Vincent Kompany was disappointed with the loss but believes in his team

– While Haaland’s return was a big boost for Man City, it was Julian Alvarez who made a significant impact during the game


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