Bournemouth found themselves 1-0 up against Everton after Josh King's goal, but they left Goodison Park with nothing as Oumar Niasse scored twice late on to turn the game on its head.
But while City are scoring for fun, Palace can't buy a goal - Saturday's thrashing set a new English league record of six successive games without a win or goal at the start of a season. The Sky Blues could go top with a win this weekend and will fancy their chances given Palace's woeful start in 2017/18.
This is the battle between the first and the last placed team of the current Premier League table. "He will start at Man City".
In Manchester, Sane's brilliant first-half goal for City seemed somewhat undeserved but Palace struggled to cope with their slick football in the second half.
Crystal Palace striker Christian Benteke picks up an injury during the English Premier League football match against Manchester City
Palace has now lost all six of its matches and has yet to score a goal.
Sane then turned provider, delivering a ideal ball across the box for Raheem Sterling to score City's second, before producing an exquisite, inch-perfect cross for Sergio Aguero, who powered a header past Hennessey for the fourth.
Gabriel Jesus wasn't even needed off the substitutes' bench for City, which broke Palace's stubborn resistance in the 44th minute through Leroy Sane and picked off the visitors easily in the second half.
"Maybe it's normal, for 90 minutes you can not always be there. When that happens we will be closer to winning the game". Truthfully, they already look incredibly panicked after only five games of the current campaign, which has led many to claim they already look like a Championship side with the way they are playing.
"We still have a lot of work to do tactically with the players until we are satisfied that we can produce the level of the first-half performance for a longer period".
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