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City move four points clear with irresistible attacking display over Leeds United

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Man City 7-0 Leeds United: Champions move four points clear with irresistible attacking display

Manchester City issued a ruthless reminder of their title credentials as the champions demolished sorry Leeds United 7-0 to claim a seventh successive win and move four points clear at the top of the Premier League.

City were two up inside 13 minutes after Phil Foden’s opener – the 500th Premier League goal of Pep Guardiola’s City reign – found the net after Stuart Dallas’ woeful goal-line clearance, before Jack Grealish added a quick-fire second with his maiden Premier League header.

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Leeds’ depleted defensive line and questionable tactics continued to be put to the sword as Kevin De Bruyne, on his first league start since November 6, sealed a masterful first-half display with an unerring third just after the half-hour.

The goals continued to flow in the second half as Riyad Mahrez’s deflected fourth and a stunning thunderbolt from De Bruyne made it five, before late efforts from John Stones and Nathan Ake put the seal on a statement victory which shifts the pressure on City’s title rivals Chelsea and Liverpool, who both play on Thursday.

Player ratings

Man City: Ederson (7), Stones (8), Dias (7), Laporte (7), Zinchenko (7), Rodri (8), De Bruyne (9), Mahrez (8), Bernardo Silva (6), Foden (8), Grealish (8).

Subs: Ake (7), Gundogan (7), Fernandinho (6).

Leeds: Meslier (4), Shackleton (4), Ayling (4), Llorente (6), Firpo (3), Dallas (4), Forshaw (4), Raphinha (4), James (3), Harrison (6), Roberts (4).

Subs: Gelhardt (5), Drameh (4), Klich (4).

Man of the Match: Kevin de Bruyne

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