Sterling's injury-time winner helps Man City beat Bournemouth
Bournemouth: Raheem Sterling scored a 97th-minute winner and was then sent off as Manchester City snatched a dramatic 2-1 victory at Bournemouth in the Premier League on Saturday.
Bournemouth took a 13th-minute lead through a remarkable strike from left-back Charlie Daniels, who slammed a half-volley in off Ederson's crossbar from a position wide on the left.
But David Silva teed up Gabriel Jesus to equalise eight minutes later and just as it looked like victory would elude City, Sterling struck deep into stoppage time with the aid of a big deflection off Andrew Surman.
Manchester City's Raheem Sterling, center, celebrates scoring his side's second goal during the Premier League soccer match between AFC Bournemouth and Manchester City at the Vitality Stadium, Bournemouth, England.
Sterling, whose late volley earned City a 1-1 draw with Everton on Monday, celebrated by throwing himself into the away section and was shown a second yellow card by referee Mike Dean.
The outcome was harsh on Bournemouth, who are still searching for their first point of the season.
But for City manager Pep Guardiola, Sterling's strike will spare him from the kind of inquest about his team's goal-scoring problems that he faced after the draw with Everton.
He sprang a surprise before kick-off by dropping Sergio Aguero to the bench.
A glum-looking Aguero took his seat in the dug-out behind Guardiola and for 15 minutes it looked as though the visitors might have cause to regret their manager's decision.
Bournemouth started positively, pressing the visitors high up the pitch and in particular making headway down the right flank.
Left-back Benjamin Mendy was making his City debut following his £52 million ($67 million) move from Monaco and took time to settle against Adam Smith, the energetic home right-back.
The home side's early efforts were rewarded when Daniels produced a wonderfully clean strike to beat Ederson.