Manchester City saw off Astonvilla 2-1 at Villa Park to complete a Premier League double over the club & claim 3 vital points as they edged closer to the title. Manchester City goals were scored by Phil Foden & Rodrigo after both being assisted by Bernando Silva while Astonvilla only goal was scored by McGinn. Following the 3-1 victory, Manchester City climbed up to position 1 in the Premier League table with 77 points while Astonvilla dropped to position 11 with 44 points. ManchesterCity are11 points adrift of 2nd placed Manchester United who have a game at hand against Leeds United at Elland Road. Leceister City are distant 3rd in the Premier League table with 56 points ahead of their Premier League fixture against Westbrom tonight.
Chelsea were stunned at home by 10-men Brighton who held them to a goalless draw despite the blues enjoying 66% ball possession & racking up to 6 shots on target. After the 0-0 draw, Chelsea climbed up to position 4 in the Premier League Table with with 55 points while Brighton dropped to position 16 with 34 points. Tottenham Hotspurs who recenty sacked their Manager Jose Mourinho, demolished Southampton 2-1 at home to clinch 3 vital points. Tottenham goals were scored by Gareth Bale & Son Hueng Min while Danny Ings scored the consolation goal for Southampton. After the 2-1 victory, Tottenham climbed up to position 6 with 53 points while Southampton dropped to position 14 in the Premier League table with 36 points.
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