Player ratings as Haaland penalty keeps title push alive

Manchester City eked out a 1-0 win away to Crystal Palace on Saturday evening to move two points behind Arsenal at the Premier League summit.

Erling Haaland’s second-half penalty decided a game of precious few open-play chances. Haaland himself was guilty of squandering City’s best openings on either side of his spot-kick while Palace became the first team in recorded Premier League history to go three successive matches without registering a single effort on target.

City started rapidly, winning a corner which led to a crisp shot on target from Rodri before Palace had completed a single…


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