Manchester City finally ending their recent mini slump in English Premier League following their 3-1 away victory over Southampton on Sunday.
Playing away from home, City remain persistent with their possession based attacking football and it once again reward them early as David Silva puts them in front after 10 minutes.
However, that lead was eventually canceled out when Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg scored on 37 minutes to make it 1-1.
It almost look like the same situation as their previous two matches, until James Ward-Prose’s own goal helped Man City regained their confidence again.
Soon after scoring their second, Pep Guardiola’s men were able to double their advantage, this time from Sergio Aguero’s fine header just before half time break.
Nothing really changed after the break, aside from Man City were able to have more control over the match with their ball possession display.
No more goals were scored by either teams until the final whistle was blown as the away team comfortable holding on to their 3-1 victory.
Meanwhile, Chelsea confirming their fourth place seat in the table as they grabbed a precious 1-0 away win over Crystal Palace.
After a goalless first 45 minutes, the away team got their break through N’Golo Kante’s effort from inside the penalty area on 51 minutes which lasted until the final whistle was blown.