This week within the Premier League title race, city asked an issue and Manchester townpunctually answered to stay themselves in place.

The Reds rescuedprime spot once easing past Bournemouth on weekday afternoon – half goals from Sadio Mane and Georginio Wijnaldum setting them on their thanks toa snugtriumph.

Mo salaah then extraa 3rdtogether with his seventeenth goal of the season – a strike that place him go in front because theprime scorer within the division.

They do say it’s lonely at the highestand also the Egypt international didn’t pay long because the outright leader within the chase for the Golden Boot with Sergio Aguero fabric what was his second hattrick in precisely eight days because the champions thrashed Chelsea 6-0.

In truth it mightare even a lot of had City’s record goalscorer not incomprehensible a gilt-edge likelihood at 1-0, although he overcreated amends with a shocking strike shortlyonce.

Aguero got his second on nineteen minutes to form it 3, with Ilkay Gundogan adding a fourth with simply twenty-five on the clock.

Record

A penalty eleven minutes into the second-half allowed Aguero to vie his hattrick, with Sterling obtaining his second 10 minutes from time having conjointly opened the grading.

The result was Chelsea’s heaviest within the Premier League and was enough to ascertain them slip to sixth place on goal distinction with Arsenal having overwhelmed bottom-of-the-table Huddersfield city on weekday.

Unbeaten

Saturday’s action started out at Craven housewherever Manchester United continuing their unconqueredpassbeating Fulham 3-0 thanks goals from Paul Pogba (2) and Anthony Martial.

The Red Devils area unitcurrently in fourth place, a degreeprior Arsenal prior the visit from fierce rivals cityevery week on Sunday, with a value of simply 1/1 for them to finish the season within the Champions League qualification places.

Coattails

Tottenham Hotspur kept to within five points of the top two by beating Leicester City 3-1 in Sunday’s early kick-off, while Burnlely won by the same scoreline on their visit to Brighton and Hove Albion to conclude Saturday’s matches.

Crystal Palace and West Ham United are both a point better off after playing out a 1-1 draw at Selhurst Park, while the spoils were also shared at Molinuex, with Willy Boly rescuing a point for Nuno Espirito Santo’s side in stoppage time after Isaac Hayden had put Newcastle United a goal to the good.

Watford edged past Everton – Andre Gray getting the only goal of the game while there was late drama at St Mary’s, where Cardiff City netted a dramatic winner late on – just as Jack Stephens looked to have rescued a point for the Saints, who have dropped below the Bluebirds and into the bottom three.