It seems that, after all, money can’t fix everything. In the last stage, Manchester City, one of the richest clubs in the world, with the most expensive transfers, managed only a 2-2 draw with a more modest team, Fulham.
Roberto Mancini said Manchester City forgot their defensive duties after blowing a two-goal lead at Fulham. City was determined to continue their 100 per cent invincibility this season after Sergion Aguero took his Premier League goals count to eight in just five games.
The man who woke Fulham was Bobby Zamora, who placed the ball in the net, motivating Danny Murphy to score the lucky second one helped by a deflection.
City’s manager, Mancini said: “This could be a lesson for us. Because when you dominate a game like we did today, and you score only two goals, it’s a problem. For 10 or 15 minutes after Fulham scored, they played very well. I’m not angry. I’m just disappointed because we conceded two stupid goals.”
With this result, Manchester United escapes in front. If they really want to have chances for the title, City has to win everything because United is in a very good shape.