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Manchester City hit Leicester for 6; Arsenal and Tottenham pick up big wins

City hammer Leicester in 9-goal thriller

It was a hugely entertaining day in the Premier League with as many as 28 goals scored across the 6 games. 9 of them were scored at the Etihad where Manchester City put Leicester to the sword by a margin of 6-3.

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City raced to a four-goal lead within the half-hour mark with goals from De Bruyne, Gundogan, Sterling and Mahrez. Leicester looked down and out but made a blistering comeback in the 2nd half. They scored three goals within 10 minutes to turn the game on its head.

Laporte's goal in the 69th minute gave City a two-goal cushion and calmed the anxious crowd at the Etihad. Sterling added a 6th late on to turn it into a thumping win for the champions.

Tottenham extend unbeaten run under Conte

Tottenham Hotspur were at their brilliant best as they beat a COVID-ravaged Crystal Palace 3-0. Lucas Moura was phenomenal for Spurs as he contributed a goal and two assists. Harry Kane got into double figures for the season as he opened the scoring at the half-hour mark.

Lucas Moura then added a second within 2 minutes to double Tottenham's lead. To add to Palace's woes, Wilfried Zaha was sent off after receiving a 2nd yellow card. Son added third in the 2nd half as 10-men Palace struggled. The win takes Spurs into the top 5, 6 points behind Arsenal with 3 games in hand.

The Eagles were without their manager Patrick Vieira as he tested positive for COVID-19 and Assistant manager Osian Roberts took charge for the game. Palace's request of postponing the match was rejected by the Premier League as they had enough players to fulfil the fixture.

Arsenal dismantle hapless Norwich to solidify top 4 place

Arsenal secured their 4th consecutive victory in the Premier League as they beat Norwich

5-0. Bukayo Saka opened the scoring in the 6th minute for the Gunners and Kieran Tierney doubled the lead at the stroke of half-time.

Saka made it a brace for himself in the second half and Lacazette added a fourth through a penalty. Emile Smith Rowe scored his customary goal

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