Manchester City show no signs of slowing down in their pursuit to retaining the English Premier league with a 6:3 win over Leicester City.
City is proving to be unbeatable once again as the Guardiola’s men are now six points clear on the table.
It was truly a boxing day fixture as both teams played a box to box football in the second half after City had gone 4:0 up in the first half.
Kelvin de Bruyne, Riyad Mahrez, Iikay Gundogan and Raheem Sterling had all put the host in a comfortable lead before Brendan Roger’s men pulled three back to bring the game to 4:3 and some bit of Hope for the Foxes in the game. Super Eagles striker Kelechi Ihenacho was also on the score sheet for the Foxes.
Laporte and Sterling sealed it for the host to ensure City record 15th win in 19 games with 47 points to show.
City have now scored 17 goals in their last three Premier League games.
Meanwhile Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal showed they are ready for the top four challenge with a 5:0 win over lowly Norwich.
Bukayo Saka got a brace while Tierney, Alexander Lacazette and Smith Rowe were also on target for the gunners.
The gunners have now gathered 35points through 19 games.
Elsewhere, West Ham lost 3:2 to Southampton as the Hammers are gradually falling off the the top four fight.
David Moyes will be worried considering the Hammers superb start to the season.
Jorginho scored twice from the penalty spot to ensure Chelsea grab all important three point over Steven Gerrard’s Aston Villa in the late kick-off.
Reece James did an own goal to grant the host an early lead before Jorginho and Romelu Lukaku both sealed it for the blues.
The win keep Thomas’s Tuchel’s men 3rd place with 41 points and six point behind leaders Man City.