Statistics Showing That Manchester Are On Fire This Season And Are The Real Title Contenders
By BlissMedia.co.ke | self meida writer
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The 2020/2021 English Premier League season is on fire as the competition in that league is top class and worth to watch week in week out. Liverpool won the title last season, but it seems like their title chances are over this season after their poor run of games.
The two Manchester teams have been left to compete for the title with Manchester City being in the first position while United are in second, 5 points behind City who have a game at hand.
Even though the two Manchester clubs are in the race for the title, Manchester City have shown their superiority and proven that they are the real title contenders after demolishing Liverpool over the weekend.
After last night's win in the FA cup fourth round tie, Manchester City showed that they are the superior team in Europe as their last 15 games statistics prove it all. They have won 15 consecutive matches, scoring 40 goals and conceding only 5 goals. They have managed 10 clean sheets on this run up. New boy Ruben Diaz has proven to be a rock solid defender with the partnership of John Stones.
Will they win the league this season?
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