Manchester City have done it again, outclassing Tottenham in a 4-1 defeat that suggest that City are not ready to negotiate their quest to win the premier league title this season.
City played without David Silva, but it was still the same. They defeated a Tottenham side that looked a bit promising even after City took the lead in just 14 minutes through Gundogan header which came from De Bruyne corner kick.
De Bruyne fired in the second goal, before Sterling poked in the ball on two occasions to give City the win that sealed their superiority over Spurs.
The win takes City to 16 consecutive win in the premier league and leaves Pep Guardiola in a situation which he will now have to start chasing the 19 consecutive wins which he recorded while in charge at Bayern Munich between October 2013 and March 2014.
With the defeat of Tottenham, City have now beaten all the top six teams in the premier league in the first-leg of the season. The win against Manchester United in the Manchester derby was the most intriguing, as United seemed to be the only club that is capable of closing the margin, but they ended up increasing it.
Manchester City are now 14 points clear off United, but will have to wait and see the result between United and West Brom to determine if they would still maintain their 14 points lead.
As each match day comes, the search for who will end City’s dominance of the English premier league continues, but it seems no one is ready to do that as City seem too determined to win this title in an outstanding manner.
Everton happens to be the only team to have shared points with Manchester City this season, after a tough 1-1 draw, but Everton are not even in the top four recently, and are seated in the 10th position with 22 points.