Premier League (Week 18) : Man City defeats Tottenham 4-1

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ENGLAND, Dec. 16, 2017 (AMP) — Premier League / Match day 18: 16 wins in a row for Manchester City. After their success against Bournemouth, Liverpool, Watford, Crystal Palace, Chelsea, Stoke City, Burnley, West Brom, Arsenal, Leicester, Huddersfield Town, Southampton, West Ham, Manchester United and Swansea, the Citizens continued their sensational form in the Premier League with a 4-1 victory over Tottenham this Saturday.

Raheem Sterling scored dual goals

Manchester City dominated the first half thanks to a goal scored by German midfielder Gundogan Ilkay in the 14th minute. Leading 1-0 at the break, the Citizens further widened their lead in the second period by scoring three times (De Bruyne Kevin '70 and Sterling '80, '90).

Manchester City FC remains in first place with 52 points from 18 games, a 14-point lead over runner-up Manchester United FC, which has a game in hand.

View : Full Premier League table (as of December 16, 2017) »

PldWDLGFGAGDPts
1Manchester City18171056124452
2Manchester United17122337112638
3Chelsea18122432141838
4Arsenal18103531201133
5Burnley189541612432
6Liverpool1787234201431
7Tottenham1894531181331
8Leicester187562726126
9Watford186482733-622
10Everton176472129-822
11Huddersfield Town186391630-1421
12Southampton184681724-718
13Brighton & Hove Albion184681423-918
14Crystal Palace184591528-1317
15West Ham184591732-1517
16Bournemouth174491520-516
17Stoke City1844101939-2016
18Newcastle1843111627-1115
19West Brom172871222-1014
20Swansea173311922-1312

Fixtures and Results : Premier League 2017-2018

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Overview

Manchester City FC

Tottenham Hotspur

Manchester City
4:1
Tottenham
4:1 (1:0)
  • 16 December 2017
  • 17:30
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Table

PosTeamPts
1Manchester City52
2Manchester United38
3Chelsea38
4Arsenal33
5Burnley32

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Week 18 Results

Saturday 16 December 2017
Leicester0-3Crystal Palace
Watford1-4Huddersfield Town
Arsenal1-0Newcastle
Chelsea1-0Southampton
Brighton & Hove Albion0-0Burnley
Stoke City0-3West Ham
Manchester City4-1Tottenham
Sunday 17 December 2017
West Brom14:15Manchester United
Bournemouth16:30Liverpool
Monday 18 December 2017
Everton20:00Swansea
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