Man City thrash Aston Villa 5-0 to go top of the table!!

@ram_cv (16516)
India
November 18, 2012 4:01am CST
Man City gave a master class of a performance thrashing a real poor Aston Villa side 5-0. Tevez was at the fore in this game, scoring two goals and creating 2 more goals. Sergio Aguero also scored two goals while Silva scored the other goal for Man City. With this win, Man City go ahead of Man United who surprisingly lost to Norwich yesterday. Aston Villa at this moment look like relegation contenders looking at their performance yesterday. Cheers! Ram
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@tedifa (1235)
• Indonesia
20 Nov 12
Go Man City,I'm behind you.I don't know i prefer with Man City than Man United.but i think this season Man City performance is not like i want.Sometimes become strong team,and sometime bad.I hope they can keep their performance.
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@ram_cv (16516)
• India
20 Nov 12
Yes, they have been a bit up and down this season. But the key point is that they are still on top of the league. Cheers! Ram
@Nero11 (317)
19 Nov 12
As a Norwich City fan, both results delighted me! Obviously beating United was exceptional but also seeing Villa thrashed was wonderful. Don't get me wrong, I'm eternally grateful to Paul Lambert for everything he did for Norwich but can't help feeling some satisfaction that we are now performing better and that perhaps he has a lingering regret about joining the 'bigger club'.
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@ram_cv (16516)
• India
20 Nov 12
I understand your feeling. You do feel a bit betrayed by him jumping for Villa. Cheers! Ram
@sjlskl (3384)
• Singapore
19 Nov 12
If one is to believe what the media said, Man City is a club in crisis. Yet they are now sitting on top of the league and the only unbeaten club left. While I do not like the club, I think they will be in good position to retain their title this season. Of course, it is still early days but they are looking good. As for Aston Villa, based on the results thus far, they will be in serious trouble come end of the season. Unless they can put together a run...
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@ram_cv (16516)
• India
19 Nov 12
I think they are doing well because all clubs this season are doing mediocre. But, this talk about crisis at Man City seems to be a little blown out of context. I think it has more to do with their Champions League failure than their EPL. Cheers! Ram
@adhyz82 (36289)
• Indonesia
18 Nov 12
wow..it`s different aston villa like they against MU what`s going on with Aston Villa?? congratulations for City now, they lead against MU.. but like last season, it`s tough competition between of them
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@ram_cv (16516)
• India
19 Nov 12
Actually the Villa team that showed up last week against Man United was different from the Villa team that has so far turned up in other matches. The Villa team of this week was the same as we have seen all season which is poor. That is why they are in the relegation zone. Cheers! Ram
• Macedonia
18 Nov 12
I think Man City will fail to take the title 2 seasons in a row. Although they have a good start, after Christmas everything will change in the Premier League.
@ram_cv (16516)
• India
18 Nov 12
Yes, the Christmas period would be the most important period. It would be interesting to see who is at the top at the end of this period. Cheers! Ram
@coldnpale (555)
• Greece
18 Nov 12
That's why english premiership is one of the best football (soccer if you are american) championships in the world. So many changes on the table always. There are many clubs that are able to win the championships, and there are even more clubs that are able to pull some nice surprisesm like norwiich did yesterday, against manchester united.
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@ram_cv (16516)
• India
18 Nov 12
In fact there were two surprises yesterday. One was the defeat of Manchester United by Norwich. The other was the loss of Chelsea at the hands of West Brom. Cheers! Ram