Manchester City enters the last two Premier League rounds with a three-point lead over Liverpool, thanks to a master class by Kevin De Bruyne at Molineux. The playmaker signed for four out of five Belgian goals against Wolverhampton Wanderers, where Manchester City won 1-5.
Wolverhampton Wanderers-Manchester City 1-5 After the first quarter of the game, De Bruyne already had three in it. KDB ousted goalkeeper José Sá three times with his left foot. In between, compatriot Leander Dendoncker had scored on behalf of the home team.
After an hour of playing, De Bruyne put the icing on the cake, with his strong judge this time: 1-4, and the final chord was for Raheem Sterling. Manchester City will only play against West Ham United and Aston Villa this season and can secure title prolongation in those games.
Leeds United-Chelsea 0-3 Earlier in the evening Chelsea took a big step towards Champions League, while Leeds United faces increasingly serious fear of relegation. After Mason Mount provided 0-1 early on, Daniel James duped Leeds with a wildest tackle on Mateo Kovacic. Chelsea continued after halftime against the number eighteen, via Christian Pulisic and Romelu Lukaku (again a Belgian). The Blues need one more win to stay ahead of number five Tottenham Hotspur, knowing that Spurs is still playing against number four Arsenal on Thursday.