Erling Haaland scored a final part full go-around as champions Manchester City retaliated from two objectives down to guarantee an exhilarating Premier League triumph over Crystal Palace.
The guests looked on course to succeed at Etihad Stadium for the second continuous season when they drove 2-0 at the break kindness of a John Stones own objective and Joachim Andersen's strong header.
Be that as it may, City's most memorable exertion on track saw them lessen the overdue debts soon after the break when Bernardo Silva's shot diverted off Palace midfielder Jeffrey Schlupp past Vicente Guaita.
Also, with the hosts in complete order Haaland became the overwhelming focus.
The Norwegian gestured in Phil Foden's cross to draw Pep Guardiola's side level, then, at that point, nudged in Stones' unpredictable shot to finish the circle back.
With Palace pursuing the game, Haaland adjusted the scoring, hustling on to Ilkay Gundogan's pass and holding off Joel Ward to cover a fine presentation, prior to being supplanted to a joyful applause from the home fans.
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