- West Ham vs Man City shared the spoils in a Premier League match played at the London Stadium
- Both teams scored in each half of the game as the points were shared after failing to find the winner
- The Hammers continue their rise out of the bottom half but City slipped further to 11th on the table
West Ham vs Man City settled for a 1-1 draw at the London Stadium after both teams could not separate themselves in the game.
Phil Foden canceled out Michail Antonio's first-half strike as City settled for their second disappointing draw for the new season.
The Citizens were without a couple of first-team players including Kevin de Bruyne, Nathan Ake as the Hammers took control.
Antonio was a handful to City defenders as he showed incredible strength and power when his team were on the attack.
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The England international finally got the goal he deserved in the 18th minute with an expertly taken acrobatic kick from a Vladimir Coufal's cross to make it 1-0.
David Moyes' side wasted several opportunities before the break but took a one-goal advantage into the dressing room.
It proved costly to West Ham as the Citizens got back on level terms six minutes after the interval through substitute Foden.
The youngster made a smart finish inside the box after an assist from Joao Cancelo as the match was thrown wide open.
Lukasz Fabianski was the busier of the two goalkeepers as he made vital saves from De Bruyne, Riyad Mharez and Raheem Sterling.
Both teams shared the spoils as Pep Guardiola side have struggled to hit top gear this season with eight points from a possible 15.
The battle for the Premier League title this season is gradually slipping off their hands as they are placed 11th on the log.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Premier League stars including Odion Ighalo, Wilfred Ndidi, Tammy Abraham and other players are have decided to provide aid for victims of the EndSARS protest, Daily Mail reports.
A number of players based in England have used their platforms to speak against police brutality and they have now concluded to support protesters who were victims of the recent unrest in Nigeria.
England legends Gary Lineker and Rio Ferdinand recently backed Man United striker Ighalo after condemning the use of force on protesters.
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