Slick Manchester City ease back to top with win at Fulham

Slick Manchester City ease back to top with win at Fulham

Slick Manchester City ease back to top with win at Fulham

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"He said he felt something but not injured", Guardiola said. "We will see tomorrow, maybe the day after tomorrow".

Manchester City leapfrogged Liverpool once again to go back to the top of the table this weekend before Liverpool took on Tottenham. But AGUERO did it in 46 fewer games.

The Reds will take on FC Porto in the Champions League quarter-finals after a 3-1 aggregate win against Bayern Munich thanks to a memorable display at the Allianz Arena.

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AGUERO would make it 2-0 in the first half off a very hard angle.

City's work had been completed with the second, because nothing Fulham did in the remaining hour caused the slightest alarm for the champions. From the moment Guardiola's men went 2-0 in front, it was played with the pace and intent of a preseason friendly. First, it was Timothy Fosu-Mensah's wayward pass that freed Bernando Silva for the first goal after five minutes.

The Reds won back-to-back league games before the worldwide break, as well as edging out Bayern Munich in the last 16 of the Champions League, to get their campaign back on track. "I'm sure in the next game our pace will be a little bit better".

"We have to win every game", Guardiola said. "We have tough opponents; that is the challenge". For Liverpool, who will surely be tested more by Tottenham than were City by Fulham, the pressure has been ratcheted up further before their own run-in has begun.

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