Premier League (Week 19) : Man City beats Bournemouth 4-0

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ENGLAND, Dec. 23, 2017 (AMP) — Premier League / Match day 19: 17 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, Swansea and Tottenham, the Citizens continued their sensational form in the Premier League with a 4-0 victory over Bournemouth this Saturday.

Sergio Agüero scored dual goals

Manchester City dominated the first half thanks to a goal scored by Argentine forward Sergio Agüero in the 27th minute. Leading 1-0 at the break, the Citizens further widened their lead in the second period by scoring three times (Sterling '53, Agüero '79 and Danilo Da Silva '85).

Manchester City FC remains in first place with 55 points from 19 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 23, 2017) »

PldWDLGFGAGDPts
1Manchester City19181060124855
2Manchester United18132339122741
3Chelsea19123432141839
4Liverpool1998241231835
5Arsenal19104534231134
6Burnley189541612432
7Tottenham1894531181331
8Leicester187562726126
9Everton197572430-626
10Watford196492734-722
11Huddersfield Town196491731-1422
12Brighton & Hove Albion195681523-821
13Southampton194781825-719
14Stoke City1954102240-1819
15Newcastle1953111929-1018
16Crystal Palace194691629-1318
17West Ham1945101935-1617
18Bournemouth1944111528-1316
19West Brom192891427-1314
20Swansea1934121126-1513

Fixtures and Results : Premier League 2017-2018

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Overview

Manchester City FC

AFC Bournemouth

Manchester City
4:0
Bournemouth
4:0 (1:0)
  • 23 December 2017
  • 15:00
  • Manchester

Table

PosTeamPts
1Manchester City55
2Manchester United41
3Chelsea39
4Liverpool35
5Arsenal34

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Week 19 Results

Friday 22 December 2017
Arsenal3-3Liverpool
Saturday 23 December 2017
Everton0-0Chelsea
Swansea1-1Crystal Palace
Brighton & Hove Albion1-0Watford
Manchester City4-0Bournemouth
West Ham2-3Newcastle
Stoke City3-1West Brom
Southampton1-1Huddersfield Town
Burnley17:30Tottenham
Leicester19:45Manchester United
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