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  • John Stones scored twice for Manchester City

    John Stones scored twice for Manchester City as Pep Guardiola's resurgent title challengers




    Hours after Liverpool and leaders Manchester United shared a goalless draw, City capitalised to move within two points of top spot with their fifth successive league victory.

    Stones opened the scoring with a header from Kevin de Bruyne's delightful cross as the Belgian made it 100 assists in all competitions since joining the club in 2015.

    The hosts were already in complete control when Ilkay Gundogan added a superb second from the edge of the box shortly after the break.

    Stones, having previously never scored in the Premier League for City, then smashed in his second from a corner before Raheem Sterling curled in a free-kick for City's fourth.

    Guardiola's side can go top if they win their game in hand, while defeat means Crystal Palace remain 13th.


    City sparkle on eve of Pep's big day
    After this victory, Guardiola can celebrate his 50th birthday on Monday knowing his side's title ambitions rest in their own hands.

    The Catalan hits that milestone as already one of the most decorated coaches in the modern era, with two Champions League triumphs complemented by eight league titles across three countries, but a third Premier League success looked a far cry when Manchester City sat 13th after a 2-0 defeat at Tottenham in November.

    Guardiola's side are undefeated in nine league games since and have now won five in a row to accelerate within touching distance of the summit with a game in hand.

    This was a performance that showcased the best City have to offer at both ends.

    Former Barcelona and Bayern Munich boss Guardiola is not renowned for his defensive rigidity but his City outfit have conceded the fewest goals in the English top flight this season and this was their seventh clean sheet in the past nine games.


    Palace's Etihad luck runs out
    Roy Hodgson is one of the few managers to have got the better of Guardiola at Etihad Stadium, earning a win and a draw in Palace's past two visits, but his side were outclassed on Sunday.

    The visitors' task was made harder with the absence of talismanic forward Wilfried Zaha, who picked up a knock in the goalless draw at Arsenal in midweek.

    The Eagles struggled to earn a foothold in the game, managing just 27% of possession and watching City make almost three times as many passes as they could manage.

    That said, there was little they could do to defend against the quality of some of Manchester City's finishing, with the hosts only registering 0.7 for expected goals.

    Read the news here. : สมัครสมาชิกสล็อต
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