The Citizens edged Chelsea 1-0 at Stamford Bridge in September, and Bernardo Silva’s ricocheted strike 30 seconds into the second half proved enough to maintain his side’s run at the Premier League peak.
Brighton beat Arsenal for the first time in 36 years and claimed their first points against a top-six team when they saw out a 2-1 win Sunday, with goals coming from Lewis Dunk and Glenn Murray.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang halved the deficit just before half-time, but despite dominating for periods of the second half, Arsenal were complete their comeback and remain 13 points off the top four with nine matches left.
Mohamed Salah drew level with Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane as the Premier League’s leading scorer this season after he netted in Liverpool’s 2-0 defeat of Newcastle United, the pair now tied on 24 goals apiece.
Read on for a look back at Sunday’s action and how it impacts the Premier League standings, complete with an updated breakdown of the division’s top scorers.