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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
11 Newcastle 4 2 6 14
12 Leicester 3 4 5 13
13 Bournemouth 4 1 7 13
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Gabriel Jesus and Kevin De Bruyne help Man City keep up record run

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Vincent Kompany was lucky to not see red early but Man City went on to down Leicester to continue their unbeaten run.
Vincent Kompany was lucky to not see red early, but Man City went on to down Leicester to continue their unbeaten run.
Craig Burley dissects Vincent Kompany's lucky moment of not being sent off, but also examines City's attacking brilliance.
Pep Guardiola estimates John Stones will be sidelined four to six weeks after sustaining a 'muscular' injury against Leicester.
Claude Puel says Vincent Kompany should have been sent off in the first half of Leicester City's loss to Manchester City.

Manchester City's record-breaking start to the Premier League season continued with a dominant display against Leicester at the King Power Stadium.

Goals either side of half-time from Gabriel Jesus and Kevin De Bruyne, both of them lovely moves from Pep Guardiola's team, saw City win 2-0 to stretch their lead at the top of the table to nine points ahead of Manchester United's home game against Newcastle on Saturday evening.

It was an 11th victory in the first 12 Premier League matches and meant...

Man City rack up another win but Stones injury concern for Guardiola

Manchester City beat Leicester to continue their flying form.
Manchester City beat Leicester to continue their flying form.

LEICESTER, England -- Three quick thoughts from Leicester 0-2 Manchester City in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon.

1. Nobody can stop City slickers

Leicester City never saw it coming. After 44 minutes of redoubtable defending, Manchester City passed through them like a pale blue spectre. All they could do was stand and watch. David Silva played the ball to Raheem Sterling, he exchanged a one-two with Kevin De Bruyne and slipped the ball through to Silva as the Spaniard burst into the penalty...