Tevez and Touré turn on the style to humiliate Hughes on home turf

Fulham 1 Manchester City 4

Boos for Mancini as fun goes out of City's circus

Manchester City 0 Birmingham City 0

David Silva confident as Manchester derby looms

David Silva has warned Manchester United they will come off second-best in the Manchester derby at Eastlands tonight.

Mancini keeps cool as City's moment of truth arrives

Best chance since influx of Arab millions for blue half of Manchester to upset old order

Mancini safe despite 'nationalist' criticism

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Mancini under pressure as City stumble in Europe

Lech Poznan 3 Manchester City 1

Mancini left mystified by City's capitulation

Wolverhampton Wanderers 2 Manchester City 1: Tevez-less visitors have no answers after Edwards hits winner for Wolves

Boyata's rush of blood leaves City defenceless against Gunners' guile

Manchester City 0 Arsenal 3

Adebayor ready to face former club Arsenal

Roberto Mancini insists he would have no problem pairing hat-trick hero Emmanuel Adebayor with Carlos Tevez when Manchester City tackle Arsenal on Sunday.

Adebayor hat-trick inspires Man City

Manchester City 3 Lech Poznan 1

Tevez enjoys City's fortune to deny pay out for brave Blackpool

Blackpool 2 Manchester City 3

Tevez brace seals win over Blackpool

Blackpool 2 Manchester City 3

Carrick set for Manchester United return

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It may well have been the defining moment of Chelsea's season, the substituted Didier Drogba rolling his eyes in disbelief and disdain and Carlo Ancelotti performing a barely perceptible shrug of indifference.

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