Manchester City posted a tight on Brighton in their Premier League encounter on Wednesday night with Phil Folden’s only goal that proved the difference just before the end of half time.
Manchester City faced a tight affair with the Seagulls which was tight on defense against players like Kevin De Bruyne, Riyad Mahrez Gabriel Jesus, etc.
Although Manchester City dominated the game with 65% ball possession and 16 goal attempts against five goal attempts by the visitors.
The second half was scoreless and ended goalless with Raheem Sterling missing a penalty in overtime as Manchester City was presented with a chance to double their lead from the point.
With the 1-0 win over Brighton, Manchester City have moved to third place in the table with one game less with Manchester United and Liverpool occupying first and second positions.
Next up for Manchester City is the clash against Crystal Palace on Sunday in the Premier League.