Manchester City recuperated from a slow beginning and a late Fernandinho red card, in the long run, beat Aston Villa 3-0 gratitude to three second-half goals.
Raheem Sterling, not exactly a moment into the subsequent period, De Bruyne and Gundogan struck the other goals to sink Villa in horrendous conditions at the Etihad Stadium, to move back to second in the Premier League.
Leicester had thumped City off second thanks fo Friday night’s record splitting 9-0 away triumph at Southampton, however regardless of losing two of their last four home association matches Pep Guardiola’s side were in no state of mind to oversight again in the wet climate.
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