Leroy Sané fires Manchester City past United to tip scales in title race
Every season, there is always one decisive game when the team who are going to win the Premier League knows it is going to be their year. One game when everything turns in their favour, when all the hard work comes together and the supporters can start thinking it is going to be a season to cherish.
For Manchester City, was this that night? It certainly felt that way, even if they still have to negotiate a tricky assignment at Burnley on Sunday before closing their season with a home game against Leicester and a trip to Brighton. City have made it 11 league wins in a row. If they can extend that sequence to 14 there will be nothing Liverpool, in second place, can do about it.