Manchester City remain unstoppable in the English Premier League as Pep Guardiola’s men successfully extending their record breaking winning run this weekend with a win over Tottenham Hotspur.
Playing in front of their home crowd, Man City immediately took control of the tie as they put on an aggressive attacking display straight from kick off.
City’s positive approach was rewarded quite early as they got themselves in front after just 14 minutes of play through Ilkay Gundogan’s header from inside the penalty area.
That lead lasted until half time break as the host failed to convert their chances despite their domination over Spurs.
Nothing changed much after the break as Tottenham still struggling to improve their performance as Man City were just too dominant.
After wasting several opportunities, the home team finally doubling their advantage on 70 minutes, this time from their star midfielder, Kevin De Bruyne.
City should’ve made it 3-0 already when they earned a penalty kick, but Gabriel Jesus’ shot hit the post, while Raheem Sterling skied the follow up.
Sterling did manage to make up for his failure as 10 minutes from time he finished off Leroy Sane’s crossing to net that third goal, before completing his brace in the 90th minute with a simple finish.
Spurs only managed to pull one goal back when Christian Eriksen’s individual effort found its way pass Ederson on City’s goal deep in stoppage time.
Full results for English Premier League Saturday Fixtures:
Leicester City 0-3 Crystal Palace; Arsenal 1-0 Newcastle United; Brighton & Hove Albion 0-0 Burnley; Chelsea 1-0 Southampton; Watford 1 v 4 Huddersfield Town; Stoke City 0-3 West Ham United; Manchester City 4-1 Tottenham Hotspur.