Is Manchester City the Premier League favorite after Man United & Liverpool draw? | ESPN FC

ESPN FC’s Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens debate the biggest football stories of the week in quick hits. Up for discussion today:
(0:00) Lionel Messi sent off as Barcelona is beaten in the Spanish Super Cup by Athletic Bilbao
(4:44) John Stones and Manchester City take down Crystal Palace. Is Man City the Premier League favorite?
(5:46) Leicester keeps pace at the top of the table with a 2-0 win over Southampton
(6:08) No Mauricio Pochettino and no goals for Kylian Mbappe, but PSG beats Angers 1-0
(6:36) Bayern Munich bounces back with a 2-1 win over Freiburg
(7:09) Tottenham beats Sheffield United 3-1, but did Tanguy Ndombele mean to score his wonder-goal?
(7:52) Chelsea wins 1-0 vs. Fulham, but was it the convincing win the Blues needed?
(8:17) Borussia Dortmund stumbles to a 1-1 draw with Mainz
(9:10 Do Marcotti and Laurens still believe in RB Leipzig after a 2-2 draw vs. Wolfsburg
(10:16) Marseille has just one win in seven after losing to Nimes
(11:19) Napoli smashes Fiorentina 6-0. Is Gennaro Gattuso’s side a contender in Serie A?
(12:21) Luka Jovic scores twice on his return to Frankfurt, but was Real Madrid right to loan him back there?
(13:47) AC Milan is linked to moves for Mario Mandžukić and Chelsea’s Fikayo Tomori
(15:22) Union Berlin beats Bayer Leverkusen to move fifth in Bundesliga
(16:54) Lazio wins the Rome derby, but what’s going on at Roma?
(17:53) Mesut Ozil finally says goodbye to Arsenal, but who inherits his No. 10 shirt?
(18:24) Wayne Rooney hangs up his playing boots to manage Derby County

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40 pensamientos sobre “Is Manchester City the Premier League favorite after Man United & Liverpool draw? | ESPN FC

  1. I see one thing at city,They are a threat during set pieces.Something I saw in the cup semis as well,United conceded 2,both are from set piece scenarios and against palace,All 4 goals came from or after a set piece,I think teams have to be more careful against them during corners and free kicks.

  2. Should win it after spending over 1 billion on transfers in recent years. English football has so much money and it still can't even produce as many talents and coaches as the other leagues

  3. As I said before the roller coaster ride continues,any team find themselves leading there's always gonna be a debate whether they're the favourites or not smh.its a long season ok, y'all need to relax and let the season take its course…..

  4. If you ever thought City was out of the "title race" for a split second this season…they you don't know Pep's Manchester City Football Club..even when we were sat at 13th we were the 1st bet for most likely to win the league on every stat board! …Never underestimate City … this season is ours mark my words… we will sweep all and everything in our way this is all in our hands now! Quality Manager in the world..

  5. Rooney started at the top very young. He also did a lot of running to put Ronaldo forward. By his late 20s, therefore, he had the legs of lessor players in their 30s. Given the records he holds, I think people who claim they are disappointed in his career are fools.

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