Phil Foden secured away point for Manchester City after scoring in the 1-1 scored draw with West Ham in the Premier League encounter on Saturday afternoon.

Michail Antonio scored a wonderful goal after a spectacular acrobatic overhead volley from Vladimir Coufal’s cross put the Hammers ahead at London Stadium.

But substitute Foden equalised for Manchester City six minutes after coming on at the start of the second half, producing a really good turn to score following Joao Cancelo’s pass.

Pep Guardiola side dominated possession and sent on Kevin de Bruyne, who had missed the previous two games through injury, but could not find a winner and remain anchored in the bottom half of the table after five games.

The result continued Manchester City’s remarkable record of winning just one Premier League away game in 25 years when they were trailing at half time — a span that has seen them lose 90 matches and draw 13 times.

West Ham have a week to prepare for next Saturday’s trip reigning champions Liverpool, while Manchester City are in France on Tuesday to face Champions League Group C rivals Marseille.

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