Manchester City Closes in on Record Fourth Consecutive Premier League Title

Manchester City defeated Fulham 4-0, led by Erling Haaland's scoring form, to take a significant step towards a record fourth consecutive Premier League title. The win puts City two points clear of Arsenal at the top of the table with a game in hand.

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Manchester City Closes in on Record Fourth Consecutive Premier League Title

Manchester City Closes in on Record Fourth Consecutive Premier League Title

Manchester City took a significant step towards securing a record fourth consecutive Premier League title with a dominant 4-0 win over Fulham on Saturday. The live, vs, city victory, led by Erling Haaland's league-leading scoring form, puts City in a strong position to clinch the title with two wins in their next week of matches.

Josko Gvardiol opened the scoring for city, live, updates in the 13th minute, setting the tone for the match. The defender scored twice on the day, with City manager Pep Guardiola praising his performance. "The best winger on the planet," Guardiola joked about Gvardiol's attacking contributions.

Phil Foden added City's second goal just before the hour mark, registering his 25th goal of the season. Julián Álvarez capped off the scoring with a late penalty after Issa Diop was sent off for Fulham. The hosts struggled to create chances throughout the match, with their best opportunity coming in the 53rd minute when Adama Traoré's cross was cleared by Rodri.

The win puts Manchester City two points clear of Arsenal at the top of the Premier League table, with a game in hand against Tottenham Hotspur on Tuesday. Two more victories would guarantee City an unprecedented fourth straight Premier League title, a feat never before achieved in the top flight of Englishcity, match, reportfootball.

For Fulham, the loss extends their winless run to four matches as they continue to fight to avoid relegation. Sitting 13th with 44 points, Fulham manager Marco Silva acknowledged his team's struggles, despite denying suggestions they were "on the beach." Fulham has now lost each of their last 13 matches against City in the Premier League.

Manchester City's pursuit of a record fourth consecutive Premier League title now hinges on their final two matches. A win against Tottenham on Tuesday would put them on the brink of glory, with Arsenal needing to match their result to keep the title race alive heading into the final day of the season. City's dominant form, winning their last seven league matches by at least two goals, bodes well for their chances of making history.