Man City 5-0 Newcastle LIVE! Sterling goal - Premier League result, match stream and latest updates today

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Manchester City vs Newcastle - LIVE!

Raheem Sterling scored twice for the hosts with Aymeric Laporte, Rodri and Phil Foden also on target as they shrugged off the bitter disappointment of their Champions League semi-final defeat by Real Madrid.

Sterling eased any early jitters with a header and Laporte’s tap-in gave City full control before the interval.

Rodri headed City’s third from a corner after the break and Foden swept in his side’s fourth before Sterling struck again in stoppage time as City took emphatic advantage of Liverpool’s 1-1 draw with Tottenham Hotspur the previous day.

Newcastle’s Chris Wood spurned a great chance to give his side an early lead but the visitors were no match for City who took an important step towards a fourth title in five seasons.

City have 86 points to Liverpool’s 83 with both sides having three games remaining and City now have a superior goal difference. Liverpool face Aston Villa on Tuesday with City up against Wolverhampton Wanderers a day later.

Follow Manchester City vs Newcastle LIVE with Standard Sport’s blog below!

Man City vs Newcastle latest news

  • GOAL! Foden adds a fourth!

  • GOAL! Rodri makes it three

  • GOAL! Sterling heads City in front

  • GOAL! Laporte taps in

  • Kick-off time: 4.30pm BST, Etihad Stadium

  • How to watch: Sky Sports

  • Prediction: Man City 2-0 Newcastle

  • Confirmed Man City lineup

  • Confirmed Newcastle lineup

Manchester City FC 5 - 0 Newcastle United FC

FT: Man City 5-0 Newcastle

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GOAL! Man City 5-0 Newcastle | Raheem Sterling ‘92

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92:00 - Sterling scores his second after a brilliant backheel from Grealish.

GOAL! Man City 4-0 Newcastle | Phil Foden ‘89

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89:00 - Foden coverts from close range to cap off routine win.

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82:00 - Wilson gets played behind the City defence but Ederson does well to save from close range.

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72:00 - Fernandinho gets across Wilson to to clear a Trippier cross before a tap in.

Double Newcastle change

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A City change

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GOAL! Man City 3-0 Newcastle | Rodri ‘60

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60:00 - Game over!

Rodri, so dangerous from set-pieces, powerfully heads in at the near post after a De Bruyne corner.

A couple of pot shots

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57:00 - City won’t mind that at all.

Guimaraes and Saint-Maximin reduced to shooting from range, neither on target.

Newcastle chasing shadows

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52:00 - Really long afternoon for the Newcastle players here. They cannot get close.

All City once more

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49:00 - Newcastle haven’t had a sniff in the second-half and have already had to clear their lines twice.

Long second-half for Eddie Howe’s side.

Back underway!

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Dias off for Fernandinho in what could be a blow for the rest of the season.

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HT: Man City 2-0 Newcastle

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Even Shearer approves...

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GOAL! Man City 2-0 Newcastle | Aymeric Laporte ‘37

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37:00 - A gift for City.

A slight offside call but Dubravka fumbles a Gundogan volley from just outside the box and Laporte taps in.

City playing really well

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35:00 - Containing and controling, they’re not allowing Newcastle’s pacey wingers to get behind them by stepping up at the right times.

Quite the thought...

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31:00 - Another stunning ball from De Bruyne, though Jesus cannot control it and get a shot off quck enough.


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30:00 - Gundogan with a pile-driver from outside the box but it fires just wide.

City looking to deprive Newcastle

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28:00 - No risks.

Lots and lots of passes to kill off any Newcastle break.


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23:00 - Phew, for City.

Chris Wood taps in after a bit of head tennis, but Guimaraes - who the ball hit first - is offside.

Nerves settled

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21:00 - Hard to see a way in which City are shocked at home now, given their strength there.

GOAL! Man City 1-0 Newcastle | Raheem Sterling ‘19

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19:00 - Brilliant pass from Gundogan finds Cancelo with a late run into the box. The defender heads over to Sterling, who nods in from close range.

Slightly nervy for City

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16:00 - They haven’t been troubled since Wood’s chance but City have missed a number of chances.

That’s only likley to raise the concern amongst the crowd.


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14:00 - Brilliant cross from De Bruyne on the left finds Cancelo at the back post, but he fires over!

Guimaraes impressing

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12:00 - The Brazilian giving Rodri problems, not being afraid to get on the ball and drive forward.

Oddly, Newcastle have mad more of the ball in the opening 15 minutes...


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09:00 - Laporte free in the box after a corner but cannot direct his volley past Dubravka.

Slight danger

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07:00 - Saint-Maximin twice gets past Cancelo and crosses to Wood, who really should finish from close range!

City going through the gears

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06:00 - De Bruyne finding some passes now, with City getting behind Newcastle’s full-backs.

First shot

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05:00 - Guimaraes brings Grealish down on the edge of the box, although De Bruyne can’t find the target.

Rodri all over Saint-Maximin

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04:00 - The City midfielder is not giving Newcastle’s maverick a second when he gets the ball. The Frenchman and Almiron could cause problems if afforded space.

Newcastle settle

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02:00 - Not expected to have a lot of possession, Newcastle are enjoying it at the moment.

Brilliant atmosphere

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01:00 - The atmosphere inside the Etihad is often laughed at but a really good one here today. Fast start from City.


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We’re off and running!

The teams are out!

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Seconds away now.

Can Man City take advantage of Liverpool’s draw?

Edging closer

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The mood lifted post-Madrid?

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Warming up

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Around the grounds

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A big collapse from Leeds as they lost to Arsenal, dropping them into the relegation zone with Everton winning at Leicester.

West Ham also slapped Norwich 4-0.

The visitors roll into the Etihad

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Danger on the Newcastle bench

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Kieran Trippier and Callum Wilson are two England internationals who could seriously cause City problems if the game is tight late on.

Micah Richards not getting carried away

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Do we spy a striker?

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So much has been made about Man City’s lack of a striker but, with Phil Foden dropping out, could Gabriel Jesus be playing cenrally today with Jack Grealish and Raheem Sterling either side?

Confirmed Newcastle lineup

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Confirmed Man City lineup

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Touching down

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Manchester City: Not ready for the Champions League

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There will be no all-English Champions League final. Instead, in Paris, will be a meeting of European royalty, after Real Madrid prompted a latest Manchester City meltdown to book a date with Liverpool.

Two of the true greats of the competition will go head-to-head for the biggest prize in club football. And the brutal truth is, City do not belong in that company.

Not yet. Not after yet another failure on this stage, when their spectacular riches were found wanting once more, when their lauded manager came up short in the heat of the battle.

Liverpool and Madrid, who share 19 European Cups between them, are reaching the latter stages of the Champions League on such a regular basis that it is almost on muscle memory.

It is three in five seasons for Jurgen Klopp. If Madrid triumph at the Stade de France on May 28, it will be the fifth time they have won the trophy in the last nine years.

City have reached just one final — last year, when beaten by Chelsea in Porto — since their Abu Dhabi funding transformed them into the dominant force in English football.

You can read James Robson’s full article here.

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The title race analysed

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Pep Guardiola: Losing to Real Madrid in the Champions League is not a ‘failure’

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Pep Guardiola does not believe Manchester City’s dramatic loss to Real Madrid in the Champions League semi-finals constitutes a “failure”.

City looked set to set up an all-English affair with Liverpool later this month before Rodrygo and Karim Benzema scored late on to send Madrid through to the final at their expense.

Guardiola’s inability to win the club game’s grandest prize since leaving Barcelona has frequently been used as a stick to beat him with, particularly given the money he has been afforded at the Etihad.

Whether or not that means his legacy at the club, and the Premier League as a whole, is somewhat tainted is up for debate, given just how dominant City have been on the domestic front since his appointment in 2016.

City are currently in pole position to win yet another League title under Guardiola’s watch, a trophy that would take him above anyone else in the division’s history aside from Sir Alex Ferguson in terms of titles won.

You can read Guardiola’s full comments here.

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Could Paul Pogba join Manchester City?

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Manchester City have been offered the chance to sign Manchester United star Paul Pogba in a sensational deal this summer, according to reports.

The French midfielder is out of contract at Old Trafford at the end of the season, when it is widely expected he will depart the club for the second time with no agreement reached over a lucrative extension.

Pogba has been linked with returning to his native France with Paris Saint-Germain after his United deal expires, while he has also been mentioned in connection with the likes of Real Madrid and former club Juventus.

However, The Times reported on Saturday that the 29-year-old joins West Ham’s Declan Rice - also a top United target - on a City shortlist of box-to-box midfield targets that could potentially replace Fernandinho, the long-serving captain who plans to depart Etihad Stadium this summer.

Although he would obviously command significant wages, the lack of a transfer fee for Pogba could make him a more attractive candidate than Rice, who West Ham do not want to sell and value at an exorbitant £150million with three years left to run on his contract.

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Newcastle are a solid defensive unit but, as they showed against Liverpool, tend to lack the kind of attacking danger to truly threaten the League’s leading teams.

Man City to win, 2-0.

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Newcastle team news

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For Newcastle, Howe revealed there is a very strong chance Callum Wilson could play for the first time since December, while Kieran Trippier has also returned to full training.

Isaac Hayden, Ryan Fraser and Jamal Lewis all remain out, with Fabian Schar a big doubt.

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Man City team news

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Guardiola has confirmed Kevin De Bruyne was only brought off against Madrid for tactical reasons, meaning he is fit for today’s game. Elsewhere, Kyle Walker and John Stones are both doubts.

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How to watch

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TV channel: In the UK, today’s game will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Ultra HD.

Live stream: Sky Sports subscribers will also be able to watch the match online through the Sky Go app.

LIVE coverage: Get minute-by-minute updates through Standard Sport’s dedicated match blog this afternoon.

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Good afternoon and welcome to Standard Sport’s dedicated match coverage as Manchester City host Newcastle.

Following Liverpool’s draw against Tottenham, City could tigthen their grip on the Premier League title.

Kick-off at the Etihad Stadium is at 4.30pm BST.

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