Manchester City made 6-3 win over Leicester City in the Premier League on Sunday

Manchester City made 6-3 win over Leicester City in the Premier League on Sunday. 

Manchester City led the way in a thumping Boxing Day goal feast in the Premier League on Sunday with a 6-3 victory against Leicester City, sending them six points over the rest of the table.

The opening five matches of the COVID-19 festive program with 26 goals, with Arsenal winning 5-0 in a victory against the bottom team Norwich City and Chelsea enjoying the 3-1 win over Aston Villa.

Tottenham Hotspur beat Crystal Palace 3-1 while Southampton had a surprising 3-2 at West Ham United.

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Pep Guardiola’s City is currently on 47 points alongside Liverpool which’s game with Leeds United was called off due to COVID-19 issues within the Yorkshire team. The team is with 41 points.

Third-placed Chelsea is still on 41 points, While Arsenal rises to fourth on 35 points.

The city began off to an explosive start, taking an early lead in the fifth minute thanks to Belgian midfielder Kevin De Bruyne before a Riyad Mahrez penalty gave the hosts control just nine minutes later.

The game went from bad to worse for a weak Leicester team with Ilkay Gundogan’s goal and another penalty, which Raheem Sterling converted. This gave Leicester a lead of four goals within 25 minutes.

Although they appeared dead and buried, however, Leicester stormed back in the second half, as goals scored by James Maddison, Ademola Lookman, and Kelechi Iheanacho threatened to thwart the league top three.

However, Aymeric Laporte’s header in the 69th minute and Sterling’s second-half strike put the champions into the final.

Arsenal’s fourth consecutive win was convincing amid Carrow Road, with Mikel Arteta’s team taking a six-minute lead thanks to Bukayo Saka, who completed the move with a smooth, precise flow.

Kieran Tierney doubled his lead shortly before the interval, with Martin Odegaard providing the killer cross to Kieran Tierney. Scotland Left back. He hit with a low strike to the back of the net.

England forward Saka took Arsenal’s third strike within the game’s final minute, with another low strike before Alexandre Lacazette was fouled in the box. He then stepped up to score with a penalty stroke in the 84th minute.

Substitute Emile Smith Rowe took home the win with a quick tap-in in the stoppage period.

Chelsea was a bit behind at Villa as the resultant Matt Targett cross flew in off defensive defender Reece James. But Jorginho brought Thomas Tuchel’s side back to the spot shortly before the break.

Romelu Lukaku, who was a substitute at halftime was substituted at halftime, brought Chelsea on top with a superb flick from a Callum Hudson-Odoi cross. 

After the break, he was knocked to the ground by Ezri Konsa. However, Jorginho did not make a mistake at the penalty spot.

Spurs extended the unbeaten Premier League run under new manager Antonio Conte to six games with a convincing performance against a Palace team reduced to ten players during the final period.

Lucas Moura created goals for Harry Kane and Son Heung-min and scored one for himself. Tottenham comfortably defeated the Palace team whose coach Patrick Vieira missed the game due to the Positive COVID-19 Test.

Palace has their winger Wilfried Zaha exiled within the final minute of the match, but at that point, Spurs were already at the top.

Harry Kane had swept in the opener via Moura’s pass before Moura himself scored the second.

Son won the match by scoring his team’s third goal from a close distance in the 74th minute.

James Ward-Prowse scored another goal as Southampton got three points from their trip to London Stadium against a West Ham team that has played five games without winning.

Southampton won the match after eight minutes thanks to Mohamed Elyounoussi but substitute Michail Antonio equalized for the Hammers in the 49th minute.

Ward-Prowse restored West Ham’s advantage with a penalty kick in the 61st second minute. Still, West Ham’s Said Benrahma restored parity.

Jan Bednarek secured the first victory since November. 5. for The Saints during the 70th minute, after skillfully handing in an angled free shot from Ward-Prowse.

In the game’s final moments, Brighton & Hove Albion ended their winless streak to 11 games when they defeated Brentford 2 to go up to the ninth place. 

Leandro Trossard and Neal Maupay were on target at the halftime break.

Wolverhampton Wanderers v Watford and Burnley against Everton were also delayed because of COVID outbreaks.