Manchester City is back in top with a four-man win over Leeds

Leeds (England): Manchester City are back quickly in lead the English Premier League with a big 4-0 win over Leeds United today, Saturday. And Liverpool have gone up in top today with a 1-0 win over Newcastle United to put pressure on the champions in charge to respond to Leeds, who are struggling to escape relegation in this season. City put an end to all tension when it led in Spanish midfielder Rodri lead with a 13th header. Leeds resisted pressure from City and fans made every effort to make things difficult for the visiting team, but Nathan Ake added the second goal in City stabilized in the 54th minute With 12 minutes left, thanks to the brilliant Gabriel Jesus, the substitute Fernandinho ends the goal in added time with a shot from outside area. City have won their fourth consecutive victory in all competitions, bringing his score to 83 points in 34 games, one point behind Liverpool, while Leeds fell to 17th place, five points behind the relegation zone, but played two games in more than Everton, 18th place. In theory, it looked like Leeds’ task would be tough, as they received their host City, who hadn’t lost away from home since stumbling 1-0 to Tottenham Hotspur in the first round, and also lost 7-0. against City in the first leg. But after City manager Pep Guardiola made five changes to the starting lineup expecting to face Real Madrid in Wednesday’s Champions League semi-final second leg, and after winning the first leg 4-3, it looked like the hosts could be on the lookout for a surprise. After surviving early Leeds pressures Ilkay Gundogan turned a free kick which Rodri turned in goal, scoring for City for the 17th time in this season from set pieces, more than any other team in the competition. City’s performance faltered after the break, but defender Ake’s goal was perfect to make it even more difficult for the hosts to return. Jesus has achieved his sixth goal in his last three games in all competitions after a pass from Phil Foden, giving City a chance to rest before facing Real for the ticket to the Champions League final. City ended the goals with a Fernandinho shot to ensure that the team continued to move towards maintaining the title. (Reuters)