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IMAGE: Vincent Kompany of Manchester City celebrates scoring against Southampton. Photograph: Mike Hewitt/Getty Images
Vincent Kompany was among the scorers as Manchester City beat Southampton serpenti bulgari watch replica 3 0 to climb above Liverpool into third in the Premier League on Saturday.
After an entertaining yet goalless first half, City's captain Kompany headed home his first league goal since August 2015 following two injury ravaged seasons in the 55th minute.
City's array of attacking talents had been well marshalled by Southampton until Leroy Sane, unlucky to have a first half penalty appeal waved away, converted Kevin de Bruyne's pass to finish a superb counter attack in the 77th minute.
Sergio Aguero headed home a third three minutes later to seal an impressive away win for Pep Guardiola's side.
With six games remaining City have 64 points, one more than bvlgari serpenti price fake fourth placed Liverpool, who visit West Bromwich Albion on Sunday.
Southampton, meanwhile, sit safely in mid table with 40 points from 31 games.
Tottenham rout Bournemouth 4 0
IMAGE: Vincent Janssen of Totteham Hotspur celebrates scoring against AFC Bournemouth. Photograph: Julian Finney/Getty Images
Tottenham Hotspur's tenacious chase of leaders Chelsea continued as they claimed a bulgari snake watch replica 12th consecutive Premier League home win with a 4 0 rout of Bournemouth on Saturday to cut the gap to four points.
Two goals in three minutes from Mousa Dembele and Son Heung min put the hosts in complete control inside 20 minutes and Harry Kane grabbed his 20th league goal of the season shortly after halftime as high flying Spurs maintained their momentum.
Substitute Vincent Janssen received the biggest roar of the day in stoppage time as he claimed his first Premier Leasgue goal from open play since joining last year.
Mauricio Pochettino's side will now hope fifth placed Manchester United can do them a favour by stopping Chelsea's seemingly unstoppable title charge at Old Trafford on Sunday.
"It was another great performance," Pochettino, whose side won 4 0 for the second Saturday running and now have six goal better goal difference than Chelsea, told Sky Sports.
"Our job is done now, we have the three points and now we'll see what happens tomorrow. If (Chelsea) fail we are waiting."
Dembele struck his first Premier League goal for 15 months after 16 minutes, slamming in a shot from six metres after Christian Eriksen's corner arrived through a crowd of players.
In form Son fired through the legs of keeper Artur Boruc from a narrow angle after racing on to Kane's deft flick.
Kane, starting for the first time since injuring his ankle last month, wrapped up Tottenham's seventh successive league win after 48 minutes, turning Simon Francis all too easily and firing low past Boruc with his left foot.
It is the third season in a row England forward Kane has reached the 20 goal mark a feat previously only achieved by Alan Shearer, Ruud van Nistlerooy and Thierry Henry.
Boruc made sure the score did not get too embarrassing for Bournemouth with several saves as Tottenham went through their routines but he was beaten again copy bulgari snake watch in stoppage time.
Janssen, who has struggled to make an impact at White Hart Lane, scuffed his first attempt on goal but got another chance as the ball came back to him and the Dutchman fired past Boruc to put the icing on the cake of a 15th home league win.
Bournemouth are seven points above the relegation zone before the later kickoffs and probably need one more victory to guarantee a third season of top flight football.
Barkley inspires Everton to eighth straight home win
IMAGE: Ross Barkley of Everton . Photograph: Michael Regan/Getty Images
Everton midfielder Ross Barkley ended a troubled week off the field by inspiring his team to an eighth straight home win with a 3 1 victory over Burnley in the Premier League.
Barkley's shot, deflected off Burnley defender Ben Mee, put Everton 2 1 up in the 71st minute and the league's top scorer Romelu Lukaku made sure of the win three minutes later with his 24th strike of the season.
England international Barkley had been the victim of an assault in a bar on Sunday and was then at the centre of a controversial column in The Sun newspaper. He was given a standing ovation when he was substituted in the final moments.
Barkley, who also cleared off the line twice, was booked for over celebrating with fans when he put the team ahead.
"Of course, I can understand. Because I think what happened last week had a really big impact on him. I think he was focused on the football side this week and also this afternoon," Everton manager Ronald Koeman told reporters, adding that he did not consider leaving Barkley out of the team.
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