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English Premier League: Man-City Send A Warning To Liverpool and Chelsea As They Hit Top Spot See.

Manchester City travelled to Vicarage Road Stadium to face Watford in the English Premier League Yesterday afternoon. Meanwhile Manchester City made five changes to the team that beat Aston Villa in their last match. On the other hand Watford made one changes to the team that went down to Chelsea in the Midweek as Danny Rose comes in for Injured Adam Masina.

It was a cool weather at Vicarage Road Stadium before the match. The visiting side Manchester City started their match on 4-3-3 formation while the home side started their on 4-1-4-1 formation. On the other hand it took only 4 minutes for Manchester City to open the scoring through Raheem Sterling. Just few minutes before the half time the visiting Manchester City scored the second goal through Bernardo Silva to made 2Neil before the half time.

In the second half Manchester City continues putting pressure on the home side. On the other hand Watford made few Substitution Bringing In, Cucho Hernandez. In the 63 minutes of the match Bernardo Silva completed his brace when he scored the third goal for his side. Meanwhile in 74 minutes the home side pull One back through Substitute Cucho Hernandez. At the end of 90 minutes 3-1 is how it ended.

After Yesterday matches Manchester City will moved back to the top of the English Premier League, While Chelsea will dropped to the second place and Liverpool will remained at the third place Here's the log standing:

The English Premier League matches will continues again this afternoon. I will keep updating you regarding the latest football news across the globe. Continues reading Opera News.

Again I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate Manchester City for being in the top spot. Your comments are more than welcome.

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Written by Ishmael.

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