Manchester City's Brazilian goalkeeper Ederson (CL) comes out to punch the ball clear during the English Premier League football match between Manchester City and Bournemouth at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester, north west England, on December 1, 2018. So far Bournemouth have performed well against teams below them in the League but have struggled against some of the better teams, losing to Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal so far.
City hold a significant lead over second placed Liverpool, but they can close the gap back to two points if they beat Everton in the Merseyside derby at Anfield on Sunday. Bournemouth created serious problems at the back for City, and Callum Wilson equalised on the verge of halftime with a powerful header from 10 yards.
"I don't think we regard ourselves as invincible", Gundogan told Kicker magazine.
"Right now, I'm not quite sure", Guardiola said when asked about the availability of Aguero, who has eight Premier League goals this season.
The Reds fell behind to an early Stuart Armstrong strike and when Cedric doubled Southampton's lead from an excellent free-kick the signs looked ominous.
However, despite dominating for the majority of the game, Guardiola's men had to withstand a nervy finish after Abdoulaye Doucoure bundled in five minutes from time.
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Should Diaz leave, it will be the second time in recent seasons one of City's brightest prospects has made a decision to leave the Etihad, after Jadon Sancho joined Borussia Dortmund last summer in search of regular first-team football.
"Positive examples include Marcus Rashford, Phil Jones and many others showing that respect for the shirt and showing respect for the club". The plan was going the way we wanted it to. "We do not want to take any risks", said the former Barcelona and Bayern Munich boss.
Palace leapt above Huddersfield in the standings by beating Burnley at Selhurst Park to lift the pressure on manager Roy Hodgson.
Roy Hodgson's team finally ended their drought from open play in freaky fashion when James McArthur's 16th minute cross was missed by players from both teams, hit the far post and trickled into the net.
The England global also has six assists to his name for City in the top flight this term and scored twice in the Three Lions' stunning 3-2 Nations League win over Spain.
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.