Manchester City’s Rodri sent off for choking opponent in Premier League clash

Manchester City midfielder Rodri received a red card for choking Nottingham Forest's Morgan Gibbs-White during a Premier League match. The incident occurred after half-time, leading to a suspension for three upcoming domestic fixtures. Rodri's absence will affect City's attacking prowess, as they scored two goals in the game against Forest. Arsenal aims to close the gap at the top of the table.

Manchester City’s Rodri Sent Off For Choking Opponent In Premier League Clash

Manchester City midfielder Rodri saw a straight red card for choking Nottingham Forest’s Morgan Gibbs-White during a Premier League match at the Etihad Stadium. The incident occurred just after half-time, with City leading 2-0.

Rodri and Gibbs-White were involved in a confrontation in the corner of the pitch, during which the Spaniard placed both hands on Gibbs-White’s neck. Following a brief VAR check, Rodri was shown the red card.

The 27-year-old’s suspension will see him miss three upcoming domestic fixtures, including an EFL Cup tie against Newcastle United, a league match against Wolves, and a crucial game against Arsenal on October 8. The clash with Arsenal is a highly anticipated fixture, given their rivalry with City and the importance of the match.

Despite Rodri’s absence, City displayed their attacking prowess by scoring two goals in the opening 15 minutes of the game against Forest. With six wins in six matches, City continues their strong start to the season, and Arsenal will aim to close the gap at the top of the table.

Here is the video showing why Rodri got a red card.

Manchester City performance and stats

Manchester City

Manager: Josep Guardiola
Rank 1st
Win 27
Draw 7
Loss 3
Goals 93-33
Diff 60

It will be Manchester City ended the league in the 1st position with 18 points.

It has a positive goal difference after scoring 16 goals and conceding 3.​

Manchester City will play the next match in Premier League against Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday 30th of September in Wolverhampton.​

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