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Monday, May 12, 2014

Manchester City, Premier League champion

Manchester City, Premier League champion
The Manchester City today closed a existosa season to be crowned champions of the Premier League (the fourth in its history) in the last day, after beating West Ham United (2-0) , and thus win a historic double: Premier League and Carling Cup . curiosity is given also that Manuel Pellegrini, coach of the Citizens is the first non-European coach who wins the Premier. Quite a feat for the Chilean, former coach of Villarreal, Madrid and Malaga, among others. The City, which started with two points ahead of Liverpool itself depended on to clinch the league two seasons after their last title, and achieved his goal with a placid match at the French Samir Nasri ahead of the premises shortly before the break and sealed the Belgian Vincent Kompany. The Pellegrini closed the tournament with 86 points, whilethe "reds" were left with 84 after beating Newcastle (2-1) and Chelsea of Jose Mourinho, who won today at Cardiff (1-2) ended the tournament in third with 82 points. At the Etihad Stadium, Pellegrini fielded their best players available to compete in the match I had to assure them the league, including Sergio Aguero , who reappeared despite trailing muscle discomfort in recent days.Despite these physical problems, the Chilean did not want to give up their main reference in the attack, the player who secured the first title in 40 years City two seasons ago with a goal against QPR in the last minute of the match that closed the championship's 'Citizens' this afternoon only needed a point against West Ham , a team with all the work already done this season. Aware that the local be launched in a rush to attack as soon as the referee announced the match, the set of Sam Allardyce planted near your area a defensive wall from the start was the main obstacle for Pellegrini. The Most moves were initiated to the feet of David Silva or Spanish Ivorian Yaya Toure , who ruled the midfield "citizen" and trying to find space to connect with the "Kun" and Bosnian Edin Dzeko. Despite the tangle of West Ham defenses that hindered the progress of the premises, the City could overflow on the wing and tried your options with shots from distance. Dzeko forced the Spanish goalkeeper Adrian San Miguel save a good 17 minutes, while Touré launched a hit the right post moments after the ball. City's goal seemed to be a matter of time,with West Ham resisting continuous onslaught of Pellegrini , and fell under its own weight to five minutes before the break. As in so many other times this season, Toure drove the ball in the area of three quarters, looked up and saw his left to Nasri. Almost without transition, the French surprised the visitors' defense with a shot from outside the box that Adrian could only brush in one hand and the ball rebounded off the post before entering the goal.With the game on track, the "citizens" celebrated both in the corner with his fans as if they had already won the championship. The second half began as a mere formality to make way for the party at the Etihad. The City took no more than four minutes after the break to score the second, through the Belgian Vincent Kompany , who seized a loose ball in the box to finish a pleasure to just one meter from the goal line. The "Citizens' manufactured various options that could have added some more goal, but settled for a sufficient marker to make way in the northeast of Manchester on the conclusion of the English title.

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