Man City Spank Newcastle, Liverpool Brush Aside Brighton
Manchester City bounced back from a 1-0 loss to Southampton with a 5-0 spanking of Newcastle at the Etihad Stadium.
Gabriel Jesus scored the first goal to end his nine-game drought in the Premier League before Riyad Mahrez converted De Bruyne's pass to give City a 2-0 lead in the first 20 minutes.
Federico Fernandez diverted into his own net to compound Newcastle woes in the second half.
David Silva scored a sublime free-kick , Raheem Sterling came off the bench to score the fifth goal and hand City a comfortable win.
The Citizens are nine points clear of Chelsea with four games to go.
Mohammed Salah scored a brace to help Liverpool to a 3-1 victory over Brighton away from home.
The Egyptian star opened the scoring in the sixth minute when Keita robbed Davy Propper in a dangerous position to release him.
Jordon Henderson added the second goal from 20-yards to increase Liverpool's lead.
Leandro Trossard reduced the deficit for Brighton with a superb finish on the stroke of halftime.
The goal galvanized the hosts as they caused problems for Liverpool in the second half before Salah all but confirmed Liverpool's superiority on the night with his second goal.
Brighton didn't go down without a fight, but Salah missed two big chances late in the game.
West Ham lost 1-0 to Burnley at the London Stadium, Sheffield United defeated Wolves 1-0 away from home.