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Manchester City widens the gap

More leader than ever, Manchester City got the better of Everton this Wednesday evening in a late match of the 16th day of the Premier League (1-3).

The coronavirus had taken precedence over the game in England at the end of 2020 – then causing the postponement of this Everton-Manchester city scheduled as part of the 16th act of the Premier League. This Wednesday, it was finally time to catch up with this part, with the arrival for the Citizens a new victory – the 17th in a row in all competitions.

Since their draw against West Bromwich on December 15 (1-1), Pep Guardiola’s men have won everything. Absolutely everything. With 36 units collected in the championship over the last 12 tricks. As a result, after having conquered the throne, the Skyblues gradually consolidated their leadership. Until he went it alone at the head of the English elite.

An abyss as a margin

Today, Everton could not do anything, not even after the response of Richarlison (37th) to the opening of the score of Foden (32nd). If the Toffees supported the comparison until rest, on the return from the locker room Manchester accelerated the pace and made the difference by Mahrez (63rd) and Bernardo Silva (1-3, 77th). And here is City credited with 10 steps ahead of its first runners-up, Manchester United and Leicester.

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