Julian Alvarez loses a TOOTH as Manchester City celebrate second goal in Bournemouth rout… with Bernardo Silva pointing out the missing chomper as they hug
- Julian Alvarez lost a tooth during Manchester City’s 6-1 demolition job at Bournemouth
- Bernardo Silva pointed out the missing canine after the team’s second goal
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Julian Alvarez lost a tooth during Manchester City’s 6-1 win over Bournemouth.
As Manchester City celebrated their second goal of the day, goalscorer Bernardo Silva pointed out the missing tusk.
Alvarez held his hand over his mouth and looked quite surprised, indicating that he had just lost the chomper.
In attack, City were far from toothless, scoring six goals past the Cherries.
In addition to Silva’s double, Jeremy Doku, Manuel Akanji, Phil Foden and Nathan Ake got into the act.
The precise whereabouts of Alvarez’s tooth, which may still be at large on Etihad property, is unknown.
Julian Alvarez lost a tooth during Manchester City’s victory over Bournemouth at the Etihad
It was a successful day at the office for Man City, with five different goalscorers taking part
Bernardo Silva scored in both halves on an inspired afternoon against relegation battlers
Jeremy Doku shone as a goalscorer and provider, making the £55 million invested in him look increasingly sensible
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It was another stunning win for Pep Guardiola’s side, who have scored 12 goals in their last three games.
Erling Haaland couldn’t add to his double against Manchester United, but his teammates ensured goals came from all over the pitch.
City’s number 9 limped off after the break after sensing something in Illia Zibarnyi’s brave challenge.
The result lifts them above Tottenham at the top of the Premier League, although they could overtake Guardiola’s men with their game in hand.
Bournemouth remain outside the relegation zone after Burnley’s 2-0 defeat to Crystal Palace, but Luton Town could overtake them tomorrow when they host Liverpool.