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City, closer to the title with 10 points lead

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On Wednesday, Manchester City won 3- 1 against Everton making it the 17th straight victory in all games and 12th in a row.

In the 32nd minute of the match, Phil Foden scored from a deflected ball to give advantage for Manchester City. Richardson equalised (38) the game from close range even before the celebration ended. In the second half of the match, Riyad Meherz with an exceptionally brilliant strike regained the lead for Manchester City and Silva assured the victory in the 77th minute of the match.

This victory makes the lead 10 points and keeps them closer to the title. Manchester United and Newcastle are the only teams to lose title in history after two-digit lead in the history of English Premier League.

"When you win a lot of games, everyone wants to beat you and it is tricky," Guardiola said. "I have not seen that the team is thinking of the table, we have spoken about that. We are not here to defend our lead, it is all about three points, three points."

"There are 42 points still to fight for, we are in the middle of February. Now we rest for a few days, there are so many games", Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola Said in post-match press conference.

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