Manchester City beat Nottingham Forest 2-0 at the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday to make it six wins out of six in the Premier League and extend their lead at the top of the table to five points.

Phil Foden and Erling Haaland scored the goals for City, who were dominant throughout the game, but had to see out the final 20 minutes with ten men after Rodri was sent off for a straight red card.

City took the lead in the 8th minute through Foden, who finished off a flowing move with a right-footed shot.

City doubled their lead in the 23rd minute through Haaland, who headed home from a Kevin De Bruyne cross.

City continued to dominate the game after the break, but they were reduced to ten men in the 70th minute after Rodri was sent off for a straight red card for a challenge on Morgan Gibbs-White.

Despite being down to ten men, City managed to hold on to their lead and win the game comfortably.

Highlights

8th minute: Phil Foden opens the scoring for City with a right-footed shot.
23rd minute: Erling Haaland doubles City's lead with a header from a Kevin De Bruyne cross.
70th minute: Rodri is sent off for a straight red card.

Analysis

City were the better team in this game, and they deserved their victory. City created a number of chances, and they were clinical in front of goal.

Forest had a few chances in the game, but they were unable to convert them. Forest's defense was also poor, and they conceded two soft goals.

Conclusion

City beat Forest 2-0 to make it six wins out of six in the Premier League and extend their lead at the top of the table to five points. Phil Foden and Erling Haaland scored the goals for City, who were dominant throughout the game, but had to see out the final 20 minutes with ten men after Rodri was sent off for a straight red card.

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