Manchester City humbled Crystal Palace 2-0 at home to claim 3 vital points & could be officially crowned the Premier League champions if Manchester United loses against Liverpool tommorrow. Manchester City won the reverse fixture 4-0 against Crystal Palace at Etihad Stadium hence were confident to clinch all the points given their current form of 6 consecutive away victories. Manchester City dominated the ball possession with 65% & racked up to 10 shots on target but Crystal Palace defence remained strong to force a 0-0 draw at the break. Manchester City scored 2 quick goals in the second haf through Sergio Aguero & Ferran Torres in 2 minutes(57th & 59th) to clinch all the 3 points. After the 2-0 victory, Manchester City climbed up to the top of the Premier League table with 80 points while Crystal Palace dropped to position 14 with 38 points.
Leceister City were stunned at St Marys Park after being held by Southampton into a 1-1 draw & drop 2 vital points. Southampton opened the scoring in the second half through James Ward Prowese Penalty after managing a goalless draw in thr first half with 10 Men. The Saints defender Vestergaard was shown a red card in the 10th minute after a dangerous foul hence reducing the hosts to 10 men. Leceister City equalized through Jonhy Evans in the 67th minute after clever Kelechi Iheanacho cross to salvage a point for the foxes. After the 1-1 draw, Leceister City climbed up to position 3 inthe Premier League table with 63 points while Southampton moved up to position 14 with 37 points.
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