Sergio Aguero scored four second-half goals and Kevin De Bruyne produced a hat-trick of gorgeous assists as Manchester City moved 16 points clear at the top.
Sergio Aguero put an exclamation point on a thrilling night with a glorious fourth goal as Manchester City scored in the first three minutes of each half to beat Leicester City 5-1 on Saturday (Feb 11) at the Etihad Stadium. Kevin De Bruyne pulled the strings for goals by Raheem Sterling and two of Sergio Aguero’s four.
Man City’s point total means it could lose every remaining league match and finish no lower than sixth. City has 72 points and a 16-point lead on Man Utd, who plays Sunday.
Jamie Vardy scored for Leicester, making him the first player in league history to score against Arsenal, Chelsea F.C, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, and Tottenham Hotspur in the same season.
The Foxes remains eighth with 35 points.