Manchester City vs. Tottenham highlights: City is too good, and this goal shows it
It's City and everybody else
Manchester City doesn't have the Premier League title wrapped up, but with each win during its historic streak, it inches closer. On Saturday, City won its 16th straight league clash, thrashing Tottenham 4-1. City is now 14 points clear at the top of the table and has 19 more goals than any other team in the league, while averaging a crazy 3.1 goals per game.
To see just how good this team is and how much it is gelling, look at the third goal, which was Raheem Sterling's first of two on the night. The passing, the timing, the understanding, it's simply breathtaking:
It's only December, but there's probably no catching this team. If City were to win just 10 of its remaining 20 games, it should have the title wrapped up. But if it continues like this, it may have the title sealed by March.
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