Manchester City 5 Fulham 0

FA Premier League
Saturday 22 March 2014, 15.00 KO

City: Hart, Zabaleta, Demichelis, Lescott, Kolarov, Fernandinho, Toure (c) (Rodwell 77), Milner, Nasri (Jovetic 82), Silva (Navas 68), Negredo
Unused: Pantilimon, Boyata, Clichy, Garcia
Goals: Toure (pen 26, pen 54, 65), Fernandinho (84), Demichelis (88)
Booked:

Referee: Jon Moss
Man of the Match: Yaya Toure

Toure scores from the spot.

Toure scores from the spot.

City eased past Arsenal in the Premier League standings to close in on top spot, following their emphatic 5-0 win over Fulham. Yaya Toure will grab the headlines for his first ever hat-trick, but the Blues were forced to dig in deep to produce the goods in a performance that wasn’t a classic.

The opening stages were something of a non-event. The closest either side came to opening the scoring was a Milner volley – as a cross to the back post found the midfielder – but Stockdale got down well to beat it away. At the other end, Richardson hit a free kick into the City wall, before he fired a rebound just wide of the post.

But, soon, the Blues had the lead. Amorebieta gave Negredo a kick up the bottom inside the box as the City striker tried to race onto a ball over the top and the linesman flagged for the penalty. The defender was booked and Toure slotted the spot-kick home.

It looked like the Blues might begin to capitalise on their advantage last in the first half, as Silva drove past Hangeland and got himself into a shooting position. He dinked his effort over Stockdale and it looked to be on its way in until Amorebieta nodded it off the line. It was then Kolarov who went close, forcing the goalkeeper to touch his powerful drive onto the crossbar.

Shortly after the break, however, the game changed in the Blues’ favour. Silva was through on goal after a neat bit of interplay on the edge of the box and Amorebieta chopped him down when going for the last-ditch tackle. It was a red card for the defender and a second penalty for the hosts – Toure stepped up again and sent the goalkeeper the wrong way for the second time from the spot.

Milner runs at Riise.

Milner runs at Riise.

Milner and Kolarov came close to adding City’s third, but it was the Ivorian midfielder who netted again on 65 minutes. A free kick on the left side of the box was played short between Silva and Nasri, who squared for Toure some 30 yards out. He picked his spot and wellied it into the corner of the net to complete his first ever hat-trick.

The floodgates could have opened at this point: Milner had an effort deflected wide, before Kolarov forced a good save out of Stockdale with a shot from range. Demichelis then had a header cleared from the line as he rose to meet a corner from the right flank.

With six minutes to go, it looked like Fulham’s punishment was over – but City suddenly put their foot on the gas. First, pressure from a corner chipped to the edge of the box ended with the ball at Fernandinho’s feet. The Brazilian took a touch inside and belted it into the top corner at the near post.

And, as stoppage time was approaching, it was Demichelis who rounded off the scoring. A Jovetic drive from the right was well blocked by Stockdale, but the defender was in the right place at the right time to stick out a boot and redirect the loose ball into the empty net.

Deep into added time, it should have been six, but Negredo was just out of luck. Sidwell tried a diving header back to his own goalkeeper, but he got nowhere near enough power on it and the Spanish striker got in first to toe-poke towards the top corner. The whole ground thought it was in – but it flashed an inch wide.

A vital win for City at the start of a very crucial run of games.

Fulham 2 Manchester City 4

FA Premier League
Saturday 21 December 2013, 15.00 KO

City: Hart, Clichy, Kompany (c), Demichelis, Kolarov, Nasri (Milner 75), Fernandinho, Toure, Silva (Garcia 84), Dzeko (Navas 58), Negredo
Unused: Pantilimon, Boyata, Rodwell, Guidetti
Goals: Toure (23), Kompany (43), Navas (78), Milner (83)
Booked: Demichelis

Referee: Kevin Friend
Man of the Match: David Silva

Fernandinho holds off Sidwell.

Fernandinho holds off Sidwell.

It was the home side that were off to the better start, as they forced a goalmouth scramble from a corner. Minutes later, Hart pulled off a great save to deny Taarabt, after Clichy had slipped in the build-up. The return ball in was well cleared by Kompany. It sparked City into life and, on the break, Dzeko fed Silva, whose effort crashed back off the crossbar.

The game had been struggling to get any momentum behind it. Hart held onto an effort from Taarabt from range, before Toure smashed a free kick into the net from the edge of the box. All eyes were on Kolarov, but the Ivorian smashed it off the underside of the bar, leaving the goalkeeper standing.

On the half hour, the visitors should have gone two goals up but for a poor decision from Dzeko. Negredo broke with power and pace and found the Bosnian inside the box, but he tried to place his effort instead of sliding Fernandinho in beside him, but Hughes blocked it. From that breakaway, Taarabt had the opportunity to shoot and it needed Hart to push it behind.

Five minutes later, again the Blues should have doubled their lead. Dzeko fed Kolarov on the left and found space in the box for the return pass. There, the striker’s side-footed shot was too close to Stekelenburg and he parried it to safety. A minute later, the Bosnian could only head straight at the keeper as he broke the offside trap.

Another goalmouth scramble followed a great block by Kompany from Taarabt. The resulting corner allowed Fulham to smash the ball into the box and it needed a toe-end from Toure to get it clear, as three different white shirts tried to find room for the shot.

On the stroke of half time, the Blues did double their lead. A free kick from the right flank found Demichelis totally unmarked and the Argentine headed across goal for the far post. Stekelenburg parried and Kompany was on hand to stab the rebound into the roof of the net.

Hart makes an important block.

Hart makes an important block.

A minute into the second half and it could – perhaps should – have been three for the visitors. Some good possession play released Kolarov down the left and he slid the ball back into the middle for Silva. The Spaniard had to stretch to connect and Stekelenburg was just able to grasp the shot.

Despite the good start to the half by City, it was the hosts who pulled a goal back. Silva wasn’t able to skip away from the challenge on the edge of the box and Fulham broke with pace. Taarabt beat Clichy on the right and he drove into the City area to square for Richardson, who had the simple task of touching it into the net.

With 56 minutes played, Fulham should have equalised. A cross from the right beat the whole of the City back line and Sidwell dived in to head it – but it was wide. Had he left it for Taarabt behind, he would surely have scored. There were four Fulham players offside, however the linesman didn’t flag.

On the hour mark, the Blues should have killed the game. Silva superbly picked out Negredo running into the box, but the Spaniard’s effort was blocked. It fell to Navas – just on for Dzeko – but the winger’s shot was well wide from eight yards out. It should have found the net.

It was chance that City would come to regret as a freak goal pulled Fulham level. A miss-hit cross from Riise was skewed into the air by Kompany and it lobbed over his own goalkeeper onto the underside of the bar. Despite the best efforts of Hart and Clichy, it bounced into the net for the equaliser.

The parity didn’t last long though. Despite having fallen off the pace in the second half, City got their noses in front once again – as Navas was set through down the right flank. He powered past the Fulham defence and, from a tight angle, smashed the shot through Stekelenburg’s legs.

Just as Fulham were preparing for a final onslaught, City added their fourth. Silva found Negredo wide on the right and, with the outside of his right foot, he pulled off one of the passes of the season to pick out the run of Milner into the box. The substitute finished with ease, first time.

It killed the game off and secured City’s third Premier League away win of the season.

Manchester City 2 Fulham 0

FA Premier League
Saturday 19 January 2013, 15.00 KO

City: Hart, Zabaleta (Nasri 63), Kompany (c), Nastasic, Clichy, Garcia, Barry, Milner, Tevez (Aguero 81), Silva (Lescott 89), Dzeko
Unused: Pantilimon, Rodwell, Kolarov, Balotelli
Goals: Silva (2, 69)
Booked: Garcia

Referee: Jon Moss
Man of the Match: Gareth Barry

Silva goalIt couldn’t have been a better start for City, with the home side taking the lead inside the first 90 seconds. Barry stole the ball back for the hosts inside the Fulham half and it deflected kindly for Dzeko. His shot from the edge of the box was parried out by Schwarzer and Silva was following in, slotting the ball past the goalkeeper from inside the box.

But if the fans inside the Etihad Stadium were hoping the goal would spark their team into life, they were to be disappointed, as a combination of slack passing from the blues and high pressing from their opposition led to a scrappy encounter. The visitors weren’t threatening much, but neither were City, who could only chalk up a header straight at the goalkeeper from Dzeko following taking the lead.

Fulham weren’t far from a leveller mid-way through the first half. A cross towards the back post wasn’t cut out by Clichy and Sidwell got up to head at goal. It hit the outside of the post and dropped behind and it was a warning for City that the job wasn’t done.

With half time approaching, some good work by Tevez on the right flank saw him able to win the ball back from a loose Silva pass and cut it back into Dzeko’s path, after beating Hangeland. The Bosnian striker, though, dipped his effort over the bar, as he looked for the top corner. The blues were ahead at the break, but there was little to inspire the fans.

Early in the second half, Tevez had the opportunity to bag himself a much-needed goal, but he was crowded out inside the Fulham penalty area, as he tried to get a shot away. He’d done well to get there, winning the ball in midfield, but with little support, he wasn’t able to make the most of the opportunity.

The blues lost Zabaleta to injury after he and Hangeland fully committed into a challenge: The City full-back won the home side a corner, but came out worse for wears and had to leave the action early. From that corner, Kompany got up highest in the box to head towards goal. Tevez tried to touch it past Schwarzer, but it dropped kindly for the goalkeeper to collect.

Within minutes City did have their second goal, however. Some neat play on the left flank allowed Tevez to flick to Silva, who burst through for a one-on-one. His deft dink over the goalkeeper struck the foot of the post and dropped into the back of the net. It was the Spaniard’s third goal of the season and second of the game.

A minute later, it should have been his hat-trick. Clean through on the left flank, he drew the challenge from Schwarzer and tried to roll the ball into the far corner of the net, but the effort was inches wide of the post. Finally, City were looking like they could open the floodgates, but the goals just didn’t come.

In the closing stages, both Dzeko and Aguero missed great chances to put the game beyond doubt. First Dzeko shot wide from the edge of the box after a neat touch-back by Silva, before Aguero rounded the goalkeeper, but couldn’t generate the power needed on his left foot to get it over the line. Finally, the Bosnian half-volleyed over from inside the six-yard box after a great cross found him at the back post.

In the end, it was a comfortable win for City, but they will have been ruing their missed chances as good opportunities to improve the goal difference.

Fulham 1 Manchester City 2

FA Premier League
Saturday 29 September 2012, 15.00 KO

City: Hart, Zabaleta, Clichy, Kompany (c), Nastasic, Barry (Nasri 76), Y Toure, Garcia (Dzeko 86), Silva, Aguero, Tevez (Balotelli 66)
Unused: Pantilimon, Lescott, Kolarov, Milner
Goals: Aguero (42), Dzeko (87)
Booked: Kompany

Referee: Mark Halsey
Man of the Match: David Silva

City had the better of the opening stages, controlling the early possession, but it was the hosts who were given the best chance to take the lead. Riise stepped inside Zabaleta on the left flank and went down and the referee pointed for a penalty. There was minimal contact from the City defender, who flicked the Fulham man with his hand, and it was outside the box. It was a dubious decision, but Petric didn’t concern himself with that and sent Hart the wrong way from the spot.

The visitors tried to respond as Aguero worked his way into the box and delivered a low ball across for Tevez. The Argentine, though, couldn’t generate enough power with his shot to trouble Schwarzer. It could have been worse for City moments later, as Rodallega broke down the left and squared for the unmarked Petric, but his effort was high and wide.

On 25 minutes, the visitors had a golden chance to be level. Tevez picked up the ball on the left wing and cut inside. He crossed from deep, over the heads of everybody in the box, into the run of Zabaleta coming around the back. He volleyed it back across goal to try and set-up a team-mate, but nobody could get the vital touch and Hangelaand was able to clear.

Aguero could have gotten the visitors back on terms from their first corner of the game, as Garcia flicked the ball to the back post and the striker had a free header – but he hit the side netting. Clichy stung the hands of the goalkeeper with a cross-come-shot, after Silva and then Barry had built up another attack for the away side.

Fulham almost went two goals up on 37 minutes and it would have been against the run of play. Rodallega hit the wall with a free kick, before Ruiz hit the side netting. At the other end, it could have been an equaliser as Zabaleta squared the ball and Tevez tried to squeeze it over the line. A combination of Schwarzer and his defenders, though, kept it out on the line. Silva then smashed a shot into the goalkeeper and it was scrambled away.

Three minutes before half time, City were level and it had been coming. Tevez smashed a shot at goal from the edge of the box, but skewed it horribly. It deflected into the area and Silva stabbed it towards goal. Schwarzer saved it, but he could do nothing about the rebound from Aguero, who slid it into the empty net.

The second half got off to a much slower start, but it was City back in control of the game. Hart had come to collect a pair of corners, while Silva floated a free kick over everybody in the box. Aguero could have put the visitors in front with a header on the hour mark, as he flicked it towards goal, but it curled agonisingly away from the far post, with Schwarzer left standing.

A corner from Silva caused the home side problems, but it got stuck under Tevez’s feet and the Argentine couldn’t force it towards goal. Schwarzer managed to block it behind for another flag kick. This time, though, the goalkeeper scooped it away and Hangelaand cleared to safety.

With 20 minutes to play, Balotelli had his first effort on goal from deep. He picked the ball up in midfield and turned to curl a shot at the near post, but it didn’t threaten Schwarzer, flashing wide. That followed a Zabaleta effort on his left foot from the edge of the area, but that was slightly too high. City were doing all the pressing.

A good save from Hart kept the scores level a couple of minutes later, as Rodallega held the ball up well for Fulham. Zabaleta blocked the initial cross into the box, but the clearance from the middle when it did go in was only as far as Kacaniklic. He smashed it for the corner, but Hart pushed it away.

Balotelli smacked a free kick into the wall, after Aguero was brought down 30 yards out from goal. With five minutes to play, Roberto Mancini went from broke, taking off Garcia and introducing Dzeko: It worked immediately. Clichy whipped the ball into the box and it was flicked to the middle where Dzeko turned and smashed the ball into the top corner, giving the visitors the lead with three minutes to play.

It was a tough game for City, but they were always in control of the match. City looked back in the groove.

 

 

 

Manchester City 3 Fulham 0

English Premier League
Saturday 4 February 2012, 17.30 KO

City: Hart, Richards (c), Savic, Lescott, Kolarov, Barry, Nasri (Milner 55), A Johnson (Pizarro 90), Silva, Aguero (de Jong 80), Dzeko
Unused: Pantilimon, Zabaleta, Clichy, Rekik
Goals: Aguero (pen 11), Baird (og 31), Dzeko (72)
Booked: Kolarov

Referee: Mike Dean
Man of the Match: Adam Johnson

It was the home side who got off to the better start, controlling the ball and looking for the early opening. It almost came as Aguero found a neat ball through for Dzeko, but the big centre-forward couldn’t find the net from just inside the area. And, as City dominated possession, they earned their breakthrough: Johnson was tripped in the box by Baird and Aguero slotted the penalty home.

If the Fulham fans were hoping that the goal might have woken their side up, they would have been bitterly disappointed, as, from the restart, the game carried on in much the same vein. Johnson appeared to be tripped in the box once again, but this time the referee wasn’t interested and pointed for a goal kick. Davies had a go at City’s goal, but his effort was weak and straight at Hart, before Silva curled a shot past Schwarzer’s far post.

Johnson tricked his way inside from the right flank and looked to curl a shot inside the far post, but it was just wide again, before Duff hit an effort at Hart’s goal, but the England keeper didn’t need to make a save. It was an isolated attack from the visitors, but, at just one goal behind, the visitors were always in the game.

However, just after the half hour, Baird’s evening got worse. A Kolarov cross missed everybody in the box, but it was rescued by Johnson on the right flank. He crossed the ball back with pace and it hit the Fulham defender on the knee, leaving Schwarzer stranded and City two goals in front. The home side could have had another penalty almost immediately, as it looked like Silva was felled in the box by Etuhu, but, again, the referee played on.

A sweeping City move on the break from a Fulham corner almost made it three: Aguero got his shot in, but Schwarzer parried and Johnson was offside from the rebound. It then took Hangeland’s toe to prevent a Dzeko effort troubling the goalkeeper, as City did the same again with a swift move from the back.

Fulham came out fighting for the second half and were on top for the opening ten minutes. Despite their pressure, though, they weren’t able trouble Joe Hart. To get more of the ball for his side, Roberto Mancini introduced Milner to the game and, as the snow began to fall heavily, the hosts wrestled control back, just after the first of the two stoppages while the groundsmen cleared the markings on the pitch.

Hart held on to a Murphy free kick, as the ball skipped through his wall, before Kolarov clipped a similar free kick over the bar at the other end. Silva almost made it three, but his close range effort was blocked and City couldn’t force the ball over the line, as the visitors hung on.

But their resistance was soon broken: Aguero carried the ball into the box and looked like he was going to fire a shot at goal. Before he pulled the trigger, though, he slide it to his right for the waiting Edin Dzeko, who made no mistake in finding the back of the net. The game was beyond doubt and City were well in control.

A deflection inside the City box could have given the visitors a consolation goal, but the ricochet bounced off the post and Richards was able to smash the ball clear. The full-back then stole the ball in the centre of the pitch and ran at Hangeland. He tried to take it around the Fulham centre-back, but his shot dribbled wide of the post. The final action of the game saw Hart make a great save from Riise to preserve the clean sheet.

City had opened up a gap at the top of the table once again and would be watching Sunday’s games with great interest.

Fulham 2 Manchester City 2

English Premier League
Sunday 18 September 2011, 15.00 KO

City: Hart, Richards, Kompany (c), Lescott, Clichy, Y Toure, Barry, Silva (Zabaleta 69), Nasri (A Johnson 81), Dzeko, Aguero (Tevez 83)
Unused: Pantilimon, K Toure, Balotelli, Kolarov
Goals: Aguero (18, 46)
Booked: Barry

Referee: Mark Clattenburg
Man of the Match: David Silva

City started the game the brighter with the lion’s share of possession. Dzeko was well offside after some brilliant build-up between Nasri and Silva, before the same two combined again to give Aguero a shooting chance, but he could only find the side netting from a very tight angle. Some good work by Aguero chasing down Kelly then earned the visitors a free kick on the left flank, but Schwarzer punched away Nasri’s cross with ease.

City then gave away the ball on the edge of their own box from a free kick, but Dempsey wasn’t able to beat Hart with a long range effort. Nasri then couldn’t turn in the box and Schwarzer was able to pick up the loose ball.

Richards then played a neat ball out to Dzeko on the right wing. He fired a cross in that was half-cleared, but Silva picked up the pieces and slid it into Aguero in the box. With the Fulham players appealing for an offside, he turned and placed the ball into the corner, giving the visitors the lead.

A nicely worked free kick from the home side then gave Dembele a shot on the edge of the box and it was deflected behind. Silva tried to keep it in, but he sliced his clearance. Schwarzer then produced a great save from Clichy’s effort on the edge of the box as a City corner was worked to him. Another piece of brilliant play almost saw Nasri in, but an unlucky ricochet left the home side with a goal kick.

It was all City mid-way into the first half, as Silva was onside in the box. He clipped it back for Dzeko, who slammed a left footed shot at goal, but another fine save from Schwarzer kept it at 1-0. Another great cross from Clichy somehow missed Aguero and Dzeko, but needed Riise to nod it behind away from Silva.

Fulham then had an isolated chance on the half hour as Zamora had an effort from range, but Hart was able to watch it over comfortably. Duff then wasted a crossing opportunity, curling a deep ball behind with nobody in the box. Dempsey then had an effort, but Hart was able to hold on to it. After that spell of pressure, though, the game slowed down and City were comfortable to half time.

Then, from the second half kick off, City doubled their lead. Clichy played a high ball to Dzeko, who nodded the ball down for Aguero to shoot and he found the bottom corner. The goal came 12 seconds into the second half and the first Fulham touch after the break was Schwarzer as he picked the ball out of the net.

Aguero then found the net again two minutes later, but he was flagged offside when he thought he’d grabbed his second hat trick in two games. Richards was then very harshly penalised for handball – Murphy rolled the free kick to the edge of the box and Sidwell smashed his shot, but it bent more towards the corner flag than the goal.

On 55 minutes, largely against the run of play, Zamora pulled a goal back for the home side. His first touch took the ball away from Richards and he smashed the ball past Joe Hart into the top corner. A brilliant tackle from Richards in the box then stole the ball away from Dempsey as Fulham looked immediately for an equaliser.

Joe Hart then had to be alert to push away an effort from Dembele, as he shot through the bodies in the box. It was arrowing into the bottom corner until the England keeper got down and pushed it around the post brilliantly.

City needed to get their foot back on the ball and regain control of the game. Silva chested a neat ball back to Nasri on the edge of the box and he laid the ball off the Barry. He had a shot, but it was deflected behind. Hart then pulled off another great save from Dempsey, pushing a header over the bar from a Fulham corner. Back at the other end, Richards nodded wide from a City set piece.

With 15 minutes to play, Fulham pulled it level. The ball was cleared to Dzeko who went down too easily for the referee, who waved play on. Zamora controlled the ball in the box and laid it back to Murphy. His shot deflected off Kompany and left Joe Hart helpless.

Tevez almost snatched the lead for City with five minutes to play as he received the ball from Johnson on the edge of the box. He stepped around one challenge and shot at goal, but Haangeland got the block in. Clichy then volleyed over from 25 yards.

Yaya Toure tried the spectacular shot from 25 yards, looking for the winner with 90 seconds of the game remaining, but his drive curled away as it neared Schwarzer’s goal. From a leading position, City dropped two points and should have done better from being two goals in front.

Manchester City 1 Fulham 1

Barclay’s Premier League
Sunday 27 February 2011, 15.00 KO

City: Hart, Boateng, Kolarov (Milner 77), Lescott, K Touré, Zabaleta, Barry, Y Touré, Balotelli, Tevez (c), Dzeko (Vieira 62)
Unused: Taylor, Wabara, Jo, Wright-Phillips, Guidetti
Goals: Balotelli (26)
Booked: Balotelli

Referee: Peter Walton
Man of the Match: Pablo Zabaleta

City started the game slowly, but they were able to keep possession of the ball in the Fulham half, though unable to create any clear-cut chances. Boateng whipped in a drive ball into the box, but it was held by Schwarzer and Balotelli headed over as he challenged for a Kolarov corner.

With 16 minutes played, Tevez and Zabaleta linked up well and it could have been better, but the Argentinean full back couldn’t get enough on Boateng’s cross to worry the visiting defence.

Fulham, though, soon showed that they hadn’t come to Eastlands to let City play. Beginning to get a foothold on the ball with some possession in midfield, they attacked quickly with Murphy firing over and Lescott and Touré needing to be on their guards to cut out a quick breakaway.

But then, as the visitors appeared to have settled into the game, Balotelli put City in front with a shot from absolutely nothing. Tevez had the ball on the left side of the penalty area and knocked it back to the Italian. He took a couple of touches inside and curled it expertly into the bottom corner, making it nine goals in 11 starts.

Clint Dempsey was lucky to escape any punishment when he seemed to want to square up to anybody and everybody. First he wasn’t happy with Gareth Barry after a challenge and then it was Yaya Touré who was on the receiving end of his displeasure. Zabaleta then had some of Dempsey’s thoughts, before the referee calmed him down.

A Fulham free kick could have been more fruitful after it was played to Duff on the left. He fired in a low cross that Johnson couldn’t force towards goal and City were able to scramble it clear.

But then, just after the break, the visitors got their equaliser. A quick break down the right let Andy Johnson through and he fired a low ball across goal for Duff to smash in at the back post. The City fans were stunned, but it wasn’t really against the run of play.

And the goal gave the visitors a lift, with Johnson firing a shot straight at Hart, who was able to hold. City were struggling to keep the ball and couldn’t get Tevez, Dzeko or Balotelli involved.

A respite in the Fulham pressure brought a City free kick from 25 yards out, but Tevez lifted it well over the bar, before Balotelli miscued a header from a Zabaleta cross. The crowd tried to gee up the players, but it just wasn’t going right for the home side.

With 20 minutes to play, City had a series of corners that Fulham were struggling to deal with. Both Balotelli and Kolarov were firing the ball into the box, but it wouldn’t go in, despite the efforts of the big men in the box. In all of that action, Kolarov almost scored a cracker – a volley from mid-way into the Fulham half – but Schwarzer touched it over.

As the game wore on, City’s efforts became increasingly desperate and Fulham appeared happy with a point. Boateng and Balotelli shot from a long way out and neither troubled the goalkeeper, but perhaps the best chance fell to Tevez. He was played through by Milner and almost flicked it past Schwarzer, but for the keeper’s fingertips.

In the end, City had to settle for a point, but that made it four seasons in a row where City had taken the lead in this fixture and gone on not to take maximum points. A bad day at the office for the blues, but there’s still a long way to go.

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