Manchester City beat Leicester City 2-0 to stay top of the table; need 11 points to win title

Manchester City edge closer to the Premier League crown as they beat Leicester City 2-0 at the King Power Stadium on Saturday with second half goals from Mendy and Jesus to go 17 points clear at the top of the table.

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It was an absolute domination from Manchester City throughout proceedings with Leicester City being on the backfoot throughout.
De Bruyne hit the bar with a free kick in first half to signal early intentions of the visitors.
There was consistent pressure from the table toppers as they kept mounting attack after attack at Leicester’s goal but lacked in the final third.
Schmeichel made his first save of the game just before half time as he blocked Mahrez’s strike with his legs.
Vardy saw his effort chalked off in extra time as he was deemed to be offside.
City’s press at goal continued in the second half and were finally rewarded when Mendy scored with an excellent finish to put the visitors 1-0 ahead in the 58th minute.
The French international beat the challenge of Albrighton to score the opener.
ImageJesus completed the formalities as he doubled the advantage in the 74th minute to seal the points with a well-worked goal.
Mahrez nearly scored number three but his shot was placed just wide of the post.
ImageManchester City with their performance today showed why they deserve to be champions of England once again as they keep marching on.
This means that City require only 11 more points from the remaining 7 matches left in the season to get their hands on the Premier League title.


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