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Man City up to second in Premier League as Leicester cause Ranieri to endure

 Manchester City beat West Ham 21 in whirling snow on Sunday to get back to second in the Premier League as Watford director Claudio Ranieri persevered through a hopeless revisitation of Leicester


 Freescoring Liverpool set out the gauntlet by pounding Southampton 40 the earlier day to move to inside one place of pioneers Chelsea, who have Manchester United in Sunday's late start up. 


 Yet, defending champs City remained in close touch with triumph at home to highflying West Ham as the Premier League progressively takes after a threehorse race. 


 Riyad Mahrez had a strike precluded for offside at the Etihad yet the hosts in the long run guaranteed the lead soon after the halfhour mark when a Mahrez ball into the container was redirected into the way of Ilkay Gundogan, giving the German a basic completion. 


 Declan Rice constrained a decent save from Ederson as West Ham undermined late on yet substitute Fernandinho made it 20 to City in the end minutes. 


 Manuel Lanzini maneuvered one back profound into stoppage time however it was insufficient for David Moyes' group to stay away from a second progressive loss. 


 "We have an extraordinary maintenance man because of them we could play," Guardiola told the BBC, alluding to the stormy conditions in Manchester. 


 "The possibilities we made... it might have been three or four.The players we have out... those that came here were splendid.Every one of them.We can't fail to remember which adversary we played.They have everything." 


 Vardy twofold 


 Leicester's Jamie Vardy helped Ranieri to remember his suffering quality even in his mid30s, scoring twice at a blanketed King Power Stadium in a 42 success against Watford. 


 Ranieri, who broadly won the Premier League title with unfancied Leicester in 2016, got an upbeat gathering on his passionate first revisitation of the arena as a resistance chief since leaving the club early the next year. 


 Midfielder James Maddison gave Leicester an early lead when he gained by a mixup by William TroostEkong, just for Josh King to even out from the punishment spot in the 30th moment after Wilfred Ndidi cut down Emmanuel Dennis nearby. 


 Leicester recovered the lead four minutes some other time when Vardy lifted the ball over goalkeeper Daniel Bachmann from a point and the previous England striker snatched his second three minutes before the break when he looked in Maddison's corner. 


 Dennis pulled an objective back soon after the hour when he looted Timothy Castagne to race through and chip over Kasper Schmeichel however Ademola Lookman scored from short proximity to reestablish the house side's twoobjective pad. 


 Brentford loaded the strain on Rafael Benitez by beating Everton 10 to get their first Premier League win since early October, graciousness of a firsthalf punishment from Ivan Toney. 


 Everton, who have taken only two focuses from their beyond seven association matches, face Liverpool in an overwhelming test in midweek. 


 "Each game is significant for us," said exLiverpool manager Benitez. "Clearly the following one is more significant in light of the fact that it is the derby.We should take advantage of the mistakes we make. 


 "At the moment, when you lose games, it's difficult. It's football. Here and there, like today, you have opportunities and you push, but it's not enough. The main thing is to keep attacking and try not to make mistakes in protection . "


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