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Manchester City went top of the Premier League with a 4-0 win over Southampton as Erling Haaland extended his incredible scoring streak to 10 games in a row, while a resurgent Chelsea won 3-0 against the Wolves on Saturday.

Joao Cancelo, Phil Foden and Riyad Mahrez scored for Pep Guardiola’s side before Haaland added his usual goal to seal another one-sided success at the Etihad Stadium.

Haaland has scored a staggering 20 goals in his first 12 competitive games since his £51 million ($56 million) move from Borussia Dortmund.

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Fueled by the Norwegian striker, City became the first club to score at least three goals in nine consecutive top-flight home games since Wolves in 1959.

The champions are now two points clear of second-placed Arsenal ahead of the north London club’s clash with Liverpool on Sunday.

Manchester City’s Erling Haaland thanks the fans.Source: Getty Images

Guardiola’s formidable side have lost just one of their last 37 league games as they bid for a fifth English title in the last six seasons.

City have scored 24 goals in their last six games, winning eight of their last nine in all competitions.

In stark contrast to City’s blistering form, Southampton’s fifth consecutive defeat has increased the pressure on boss Ralf Hasenhütl.

City opened the scoring in the 20th minute when Joao Cancelo burst through the Southampton defence, evaded a challenge from James Ward-Prowse and slotted through the legs of goalkeeper Gavin Bazuna.

Phil Foden doubled City’s lead when he latched on to Kevin De Bruyne’s pass and deftly slotted Bazuna into the far corner in the 32nd minute.

Riyad Mahrez put the result beyond doubt in the 49th minute. The Algeria winger met Radra’s cross with a clinical volley from close range.

Pep Guardiola, manager of Manchester City, reacts to the Premier League match between Manchester City and Southampton.Source: Getty Images

Haaland was certainly not to be denied and in the 65th minute he finished off Cancelo’s cross with a typically merciless close-range strike.

“I’m so upset with him! He didn’t score three goals!” Guardiola joked about Haaland.

“The expectations for him are so high that people expect him to score three or four goals in every game.

“But in the end he was there and scored. He did it and helped us again.”

– Smooth Chelsea –

At Stamford Bridge, Chelsea claimed their third win in four games under new boss Graham Potter since replacing the sacked Thomas Tuchel.

Potter made seven changes from the Champions League win over AC Milan in midweek, with Rhys James, Raheem Sterling and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang among those rested.

Showing the depth of their squad, Chelsea took the lead when Kai Havertz scored three minutes into first-half stoppage time with a sharp header from Mason Mount’s spot-kick.

Christian Pulisic put Chelsea in complete control with a fine finish after exchanging passes with Mount in the 54th minute.

Armando Brocha scored his first goal for Chelsea with a 20-yard strike in the 90th minute.

Chelsea rose to fourth place after a sharp run of form at the end of Tuchel’s reign.

“I don’t think we can succeed with only 11 players. You can’t just play with 11 until they go down and get injured,” Potter said.

“When you play three games a week, you have to make decisions about new players when the players are determined and desperate to play.”

Chelsea’s Armando Brocha celebrates after scoring his team’s third goalSource: Getty Images

Tottenham are three points behind Manchester City after Harry Kane’s 1-0 win at Brighton.

Antonio Conte’s third-placed side won for the first time in three games after losing to Arsenal and drawing with Eintracht Frankfurt.

Kane scored his eighth goal of the season in the 22nd minute, the England captain converting Son Heung-min’s cross with a sharp header.

It was Brighton boss Roberto De Zerbi’s first defeat since an impressive 3-3 draw at Liverpool in his first match.

Bournemouth put Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers back on the hot seat with a 2-1 win at Dean Court.

After picking up their first win of the season on Monday, second-placed Leicester have now lost seven of their last eight games.

Fifth-placed Newcastle beat Brentford 5-1 at St James’ Park.


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