Manchester City Comeback Secures Crucial Victory Over Crystal Palace

Manchester City displayed their championship credentials with a spirited comeback against Crystal Palace, clinching a 4-2 victory at Selhurst Park.

The hosts stunned City early on with a goal from Jean-Philippe Mateta in the third minute, igniting the atmosphere at the stadium. However, Kevin de Bruyne showcased his class with a sublime equalizer just 10 minutes later, marking his 100th goal for the club.

Despite Palace’s attacking threat, City took control in the second half, with Rico Lewis and Erling Haaland finding the net. De Bruyne sealed the win with another goal, capping off a memorable performance.

With Phil Foden rested, De Bruyne stepped up alongside Haaland to propel City’s title challenge forward. The victory keeps them level on points with leaders Liverpool, setting the stage for a thrilling title race finale.

Palace showed promise under new manager Oliver Glasner, with substitutes Michael Olise and Odsonne Edouard making significant contributions. However, City’s quality ultimately proved too much to handle.

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