Gundogan support against Leeds takes Man City four focuses clear

Manchester City has gone four focuses clear of Stockpile at the top of the Chief Association, beating Leeds Joined 2-1

with a couple of close indistinguishable objectives from Ilkay Gundogan, extending their triumphant association race to 10 games.

City's productive striker Erling Haaland benevolently gave the ball to Gundogan to take an extra shot in the 84th moment

for what might have been a full go-around in the game on Saturday, yet all the same his shot hit the post.

The city had dominated Leeds with various magnificent scoring chances before Gundogan struck in the nineteenth moment

from the edge of the 18-yard box off a pass from Riyad Mahrez. Eight minutes later, in a goal that was identical to his first, Mahrez set up Gundogan again.

For Leeds, Rodrigo Moreno scored in the 85th minute.

With four games remaining, Pep Guardiola's team has 82 points to Arsenal's 78.

If Arsenal loses to Newcastle on Sunday, City will have almost secured a storied third title in a row.

Leeds, playing their most memorable game under break chief Sam Allardyce who was dropped in a final desperate attempt to stay away from the transfer,

are wavering in the seventeenth spot - and every one of the three groups beneath them has a game close by.

Haaland failed to beat the Premier League single-season record of 35 goals that he set on Wednesday,

despite having numerous chances to score and the support of the Etihad Stadium crowd.

The 22-year-old Norwegian, who is running roughshod over the record books in his presentation Chief Association season,

might have had basically two or three objectives on Saturday, crashing a single shot off the crossbar, one more off the post,

and barely missing several others that left him shaking his head in dissatisfaction.

Manchester City, which is chasing a triple, is unbeaten in 20 games across all competitions

and will play Real Madrid on Tuesday in the first leg of the Champions League semifinals.

With 69 goals conceded in 35 games, Leeds' defense, which has been in disarray for weeks and has the weakest in the Premier League, was stacked against them.

On Saturday, Chelsea defeated Bournemouth 3-1 at the Vitality Stadium for the first-time during Frank

Lampard's second season in charge of the Premier League. Chelsea, a team in trouble, is mathematically safe from relegation now.

Harry Kane surpassed Wayne Rooney as the Chief Association's second-most elevated goalscorer in Tottenham Hotspur's 1-0 win over London rivals Gem Castle.

Aston Villa, led by Unai Emery, fell to Wolves by a score of 1-0, further jeopardizing their chances of qualifying for the Champions League.