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EPL Table After Yesterday's Matches As Manchester City Extends Gap

In yesterday's English premier league fixture, Burnley hosted Fulham at Turf Moor and Everton hosted Manchester City at Goodison park, they all played their pending fixtures.

Burnley fought back to earn a 1-1 draw against Fulham in yesterday's match, Fulham are sitted in eighteenth place and battling out of the relegation zone. There's still hope for Fulham to leave the relegation zone this season. The first half of the match ended in a tie, but Fulham seemed to be in control of the first half as they had more chances of scoring. Burnley on the other hand kept most of the ball possessions.

Down into the second half of the match, Fulham broke the dead lock after Aina scored for the visitors in the opening minutes of the second half. It was the perfect start to the second half of the match. Just few minutes later, Ashley Barnes scored the equalizer for burnley as they leveled things up at Turf Moor. Rodriguez provided the assist for the goal as Barnes found the back of the net. That was the last goal scored in the match and points was shared at Turf Moor.

Manchester City won Everton 3-1 at Goodison Park. Pep Guardiola extended his winning streak in all competitions. Manchester City had a brilliant performance against Everton, they dominated play and had more chances of scoring in the match. Phil Foden opened the scoring for Manchester City in the first half after his deflected shot landed in the net. Richarlison scored the equalizer for Everton just few minutes into the second half of the match.

In the second half of the match, Riyad Mahrez gave Manchester City the lead once again from Bernardo Silva's assist. Riyad Mahrez scored a sensational goal from outside the penalty area beating the goalkeeper. Bernardo Silva sealed the match up with the third goal for Manchester City in the second half of the match. After Manchester City won 3-1 and burnley drew 1-1, this is how the English premier league table looks like.

How long will Manchester City hold on to the top spot?

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