Sheffield United – Manchester City turned out to be a routine win for the visitors, as the 1-0 score didn’t tell Full story

Aaron Ramsdale made plenty of saves as Kyle Walker’s first-half sparkle made the difference in a pro display for Man City

Sheffield United have lost six of their opening seven games of the season, dropping just one goal on each occasion

1 Ferran Torres provides the focal point: he came close several times during the first half and with Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus injured, Torres has proven he can provide a focal point. His back pace has allowed Man City to pass balls and Raheem Sterling and Riyad Mahrez have bonded with Torres The Spaniard finds his footing and looks pretty comfortable as a makeshift center forward in a fake nine role

2 Lack of Confidence Blades: They’ve lost six of their first seven games and have been strong enough defensively so far this season, but they lack confidence in attack The Blades also struggled to score last season and have moved ahead many games, but now they are eliminated Chris Wilder will not be too worried, but a point on his first seven games is far from ideal as they have to improve their quality in the last third

3 The City Hiding With Intent: After a tough start to the season they are starting to make clean sheets and look better defensively with Aymeric Laporte and Ruben Dias at center-back and Joao Cancelo at the back left The back-to-back shutouts against Marseille and Sheffield United have been very timely and all of a sudden Man City are just a few points off the top Not bad considering all their injuries and all the talk about the Guardiola’s team is far from at the start of the season

Man City switched gears early as Torres had a header saved by Aaron Ramsdale after a beautiful cross from Joao Cancelo

Aymeric Laporte then threw a wide shot from a set piece as City did all the pressing in the first half with Ramsdale turning down Rodri and then Torres again after a good job from Raheem Sterling

Sterling then set up the opener for Man City, as his deception set up an attack and the ball found Sheffield United fan Kyle Walker who smashed at home a wonderful low-end training at home. his return to Steel City

In the second half, Man City pushed to put the game to bed with Kevin de Bruyne pulling an effort on target, then Ramsdale denied Riyad Mahrez

Sheffield United offered little attack throughout, as Ederson was extremely comfortable claiming crosses from wide areas, but Sander Berge charged on the right and set up substitute John Lundstram, but he shot

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