Manchester City’s second away game of the season took them back to the south coast where they faced Bournemouth.

After an eventful match against Everton on Monday night, City looked to get back to winning ways.

However, the match did not get off to an ideal start for The Blues as Charlie Daniels scored a stunning half volley to put The Cherries one goal up in the 13th minute.

City then cranked up the pressure and were rewarded for their efforts eight minutes later after David Silva threaded a pass through Gabriel Jesus who poked in the equaliser.

The match calmed down as time went on, there were a few questionable decisions Mike Dean (look at the slideshow to find out more).

In the dying minutes of added time, City scored a last gasp winner as Raheem Sterling managed to find the back of Begovic’s net which saw crazy celebrations from both the City players and fans.

Sterling was punished for his celebrations with the fans by being sent off and City came out 2-1 winners.

It was a match where a resilient Bournemouth defence frustrated a star studded City attack, but, City’s star power finally shone through.

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