Manchester City's title challenge is alive and well as this weekend they bagged a comfortably home victory over Southampton.
The home side looking really eager to pick up all three points and put that pressure on current leader, Liverpool.
Man City's positive approach was rewarded when they got in front after just three minutes of play through Yaya Toure's penalty effort.
That lead was canceled out though on 37 minutes when The Saints also earned a spot kick which was converted perfectly by Rickie Lambert.
City regained their lead in stoppage time though as Samir Nasri finished off David Silva's assist.
The home side netting home their third just before half time break, this time it's from Edin Dzeko's close range header.
After the break, both sides continue to push forward, but it was City that stamped their domination by scoring a fourth goal through Stevan Jovetic nine minutes from time.