Manchester City on Saturday afternoon in Etihad Stadium cruised to a 4-0 victory against visitors Brighton Hove and Albion to make it 3 wins out of 4.
It took Manchester City just 2 minutes to break the deadlock after David Silva stormed forward and found an oncoming Kevin De Bruyne in the box. Unmarked De Bruyne fired home to give City the early advantage.
In the 35th minutes City were forced to an early substitution with Ayemeric Laporte stretchered off after colliding with Brighton’s Adam Webster and receiving treatment to his knee.
In 42nd minute, Sergio Aguero unleashed a lovely strike to double the lead after some clever build-up play from City.
In the 52nd minute, Sergio Aguero bagged his Brace after David Silva fed him and he makes no mistake to put the champions 3-0 ahead with a superb curling effort on the edge of the box.
With his first touch of the game after coming on for David Silva, Bernardo Silva put City 4-0 up in the 79th minute after being set up nicely by Sergio Aguero.