PL Table After Today's Matches as Man City increase their lead & Liverpool close gap on Man Utd


City returned to the summit of the table after a comfortable victory over relegation-threatened West Ham. The away side made it tough in the first 45 minutes but were still under immense pressure.

Mahrez and Grealish had shots saved by Fabianski and Rodri hit the inside of the post.  West Ham defended well but conceded a soft goal soon after the break. Mahrez's free-kick from the edge of the box found Ake, with the defender powering his header into the ground to beat Fabianski. 

Haaland then broke the Premier League record for most goals in a single season, netting his 35th of the campaign to double City's advantage. Grealish broke free on the counter, threading a throughball into the feet of the striker, allowing Haaland to get behind the West Ham defence and chip his effort over the goalkeeper.

Foden then completed the route. He blasted his strike towards the goal from the edge of the box, with the ball deflecting off Emerson and into the net.

Liverpool got the job done at Anfield as they come away 1-0 winners thanks to Salah's first-half penalty.

They weren't at their devastating best as we've seen in recent weeks, but all that matters is the three points that takes them to within four points of the top four. The Cottagers will feel they could have got a result and had chances in the second half to hurt the Merseyside based outfit, but it wasn't to be as they suffer a third consecutive loss.

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