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Guardiola side failed to register three points as Leeds United second half goal saw them play out a 1-1 Draw with Manchester City, Explorenewsng reports.

First Half Report

The first half of the encounter managed to provide one goal which came for the away side of the game.

The match kicked off with lots of prospect from both sides with the newly promoted side giving a good account of themselves.

It took Manchester City 17 minutes for Raheem Sterling to put them 1-0 ahead in the game thanks to an assist from Ferran Torres.

Leeds United tried to stage a comeback but they were no match for Pep Guardiola side who dominated the game.

The first half ended Leeds United 0-1 Manchester City as they headed for the break with the advantage.

Second Half Report

The second half of the encounter looked more evenly matched with the home side doing more than just defending.

It took Leeds United 59 minutes to level things 1-1 after Rodrygo reacted first to a loose ball and convert neatly.

The match continued with Manchester City looking to go ahead in the game but their chances failed to hit the target.

No goal was registered as t.he game progressed to the last stages with the newcomers holding their ground.

The match ended Leeds United 1-1 Manchester City as Pep Guardiola side drop points away from home.

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