Manchester City!!’s lead is increased due to Gabriel Jesus!

Manchester City!! beat relegation-threatened Watford 5-1 on Saturday, moving Pep Guardiola’s team four points clear at the top of the Premier League table.

Gabriel Jesus scored four goals.

City were overwhelming favourites to put Watford to the sword at the Etihad Stadium, with a double from Jesus putting them 2-0 up inside 24 minutes,

with championship rivals Liverpool not in action until Sunday against Everton.

Watford then threatened to make a game of it when Hassane Kamara, a French defender, scored his first goal in English football five minutes later, bringing the Hornets to within one goal of City. Rodri’s sensational strike restored City’s two-goal advantage in the 34th minute, and Jesus completed his first Premier League hat-trick early in the second half by converting a penalty.

Manchester City!!

The 25-year-old didn’t stop there, as he added his fourth goal in the 53rd minute to complete the rout. City eased off the throttle after that,

with the first leg of the Champions League semi-final against Real Madrid on Tuesday in mind.

0 – 0 Brentford Tottenham
Christian Eriksen is greeted enthusiastically by the travelling Tottenham fans as he travels over to take a corner kick at 6 minutes.

He floats his cross across to Ivan Toney,

who flicks it back into the centre of the box to keep it alive. Another deflection occurs, and the home team is given a second chance from the corner.

It’s a similar ball across to Toney who goes for goal this time and volleys an effort at the target. This time the shot is blocked by Son, I think,

before Spurs clear their lines.

Tottenham Hotspur versus Brentford
The battle for the top four spots is still ongoing.

Arsenal’s 3-1 win over Manchester United earlier in the day lifted them above Spurs and effectively ruined United’s aspirations of playing in the Champions League next season.

Antonio Conte’s side must retaliate with a victory of their own.

They will reclaim fourth place if they defeat Brentford, as their goal difference is better than Arsenal’s.

Manchester City thrashed Watford 5-1, extending their lead over Liverpool in the Premier League title race. Gabriel Jesus scored four goals.

The Brazilian also assisted on City’s other goal,

a magnificent shot by Rodri, as the champions extended their lead to four points at the top of the league.

The visitors’ Hassane Kamara scored,

but Roy Hodgson‘s relegation-threatened team were no match for City, who were relentless and efficient in attack.

The Hornets are seven points out of the playoffs and have played more games than the teams immediately above them.