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Live Reporting

By Emma Sanders

All times stated are UK

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    That's all from me.

    You can read reports from the earlier friendlies as Manchester United beat Leeds United 4-0, after Newcastle lost 4-0 to Wolves.

    You can also read more on Steve Bruce's appointment as Newcastle boss here.

    And if you want more football, Tunisia are up against Nigeria in the third-place play-off in the Africa Cup of Nations. Emlyn Begley is in the hot seat to do the live text on that game. Kick-off is at 20:00 BST.


    Man City 4-1 West Ham

    A comfortable win for Man City in the end. And a decent run out for several youngsters.

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    Man City 4-1 West Ham

    Leroy Sane doesn't look like he's getting that goal. He dances past several challenges with a quick turn of pace and drills a shot, which is straight down the centre.

    He's been very, very sharp today!

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    Man City 4-1 West Ham

    So Manchester City will play Wolves in the Asia Cup final on Saturday, a 12:30 BST kick-off.

    West Ham will take on Newcastle in the third-place play-off.

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    Man City 4-1 West Ham

    Leroy Sane is desperate to make an impression. He's jinking and twisting on the edge of the box, creating a chance which he hopes to get on the end of.

    Instead, Ilkay Gundogan's cut-back is too deep and it's a good few yards away from Sane, who had followed his run into the box.

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    Man City 4-1 West Ham

    It's just about reducing the scoreline for West Ham. They are struggling to get it past the halfway line as tiredness is really showing now.

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    Man City 4-1 West Ham

    Bernardo Silva, who was excellent last season, cuts in from the right and drills a powerful strike towards the far post from long range.

    It takes a deflection and flies out for a corner but again, West Ham clear their lines.

  8. CLOSE!

    Man City 4-1 West Ham

    Ilkay Gundogan slides a ball in from the left but Leroy Sane can only divert it wide from just a few yards out.

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    Man City 4-1 West Ham

    Winston Reid is aware of Raheem Sterling behind him and takes no chances, slicing it out for a cheap corner.

    He shakes his head a little as he walks back into position but the corner doesn't come to anything.


    Man City 4-1 West Ham

    Javier Hernandez's free-kick goes up and over the wall but is kept out by an excellent save from Claudio Bravo.

    Andriy Yarmolenko reacts to get to the rebound first but he blasted it onto the outside of the keeper's right post.

    Probably should have done better, though the angle was a little tight.


    Man City 4-1 West Ham

    Grady Diangana runs at Kevin de Bruyne and seems to get the better of him. There's a tug on his shirt and appeals for a penalty but a free-kick is given on the edge of the box.

  12. GOAL - Man City 4-1 West Ham

    Raheem Sterling

    City are really turning up the heat!

    Leroy Sane plays a decent ball in from the left, which Kevin de Bruyne nudges on to Raheem Sterling.

    The winger is completely unmarked and picks out his spot to make it four and double his goal tally.


    Man City 3-1 West Ham

    Winston Reid replaces Angelo Ogbonna. It's much better when they make one change at a time!


    Man City 3-1 West Ham

    Pep has called it a day on Rodri, who has looked bright on his first City appearance.

    He's replaced by Spaniard Aleix Garcia, who has been on loan at Girona.

  15. CLOSE!

    Man City 3-1 West Ham

    Oh, lovely stuff from West Ham.

    Robert Snodgrass is involved in the build-up and Andriy Yarmolenko backheels it into the path of Javier Hernandez, who fires it over the bar.

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    Man City 3-1 West Ham

    Kevin de Bruyne plays a teasing ball across the face of the goal but Raheem Sterling is a few yards behind.

    The Belgian looks up and sighs. Pep Guardiola is pacing up and down the touchline. It's like they are playing the Premier League opener!

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    Man City 3-1 West Ham

    Raheem Sterling is invited to run at the back four and he does, drawing them in before attempting to play it through to Leroy Sane.

    It's deflected and doesn't fall into Ilkay Gundogan's path.


    Man City 3-1 West Ham

    Raheem Sterling thinks he's been pushed in the box and is appealing for a penalty. Nothing given.

    He definitely had a few arms all over him!

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    Man City 3-1 West Ham

    Pablo Zabaleta received a warm applause from both sets of fans when he came on.

    And he's straight into the action, getting down the right before his cross is blocked by Oleksandr Zinchenko.


    Man City 3-1 West Ham

    West Ham are really struggling to deal with City's big players. And to make things worse, Pep is bringing on John Stones, Kyle Walker, Ilkay Gundogan and Oleksandr Zinchenko. Nice.

    There's also a few changes for West Ham. Aaron Cresswell is coming on and so is Pablo Zabaleta, against his old club. Manuel Lanzini and Mark Noble are among those to go off.